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Downtown Projects approved to share $10 MIL handed out by the State * Elba man facing list of felonies accused of raping a child repeatedly * Muckdogs lose first of three against the Tigers

Driver hospitalized after being pinned under truck in rollover near GCC * Tops shoplifters in Batavia identified by city police * Alleged spitting and trespassing land a Bethany man in lock up

May 28 – August 4, 2018 Recognition Matters @ GCC

Albion teen behind bars for attempted murder * Black Bear’s being spotted in Genesee County * Governor Cuomo rallying on reproductive rights

Troopers out of SP Albion arrested Jessica R. Schofield, 29 of Albion, NY for petit larceny.

Pop Rock Group Reunites for Special One Night Only Event

Fire destroys century old Stumblin’ Inn in Elba * Byron resident busted for DWI after accident on Lyman Road * Muckdogs look to take series with State College

GCC Athletic HOF Set to Induct Five this Fall * Three GCC Summer Athletic Camps Accepting Applicants * Baseball Cougars Land Pitching-Ace Cole * Clingerman Solidifies Women’s Lacrosse Defense as Newest Signee

AC issues disrupt residents during heat wave at nursing home in Batavia * Shoplifters apparently planning a surf and turf busted by BPD * Raffle season returns for the Rotary Club of Batavia

Encourages students to read all summer long

The 2012 Byron-Bergen grad enrolled at GCC with plans to earn a degree in Human Services

Arts and Nature come together in Grand Style

Recognition Matters @ GCC

Security being added following theft from the Peace Garden * Erratic operator arrested on Redfield Parkway * Muckdogs to play double header after rain suspension

Local funeral director Michael Tomaszewski is replacing urns stolen from the Peace Garden

The Office for the Aging is air-conditioned and is open to any older adult, age 60 and over.

Crash in Elba sends three to the hospital * Eight concert goers arrested at Logic show * Heat Advisory goes back into effect today

“It is a true gift to have a sense of patriotism and it will forever be our responsibility to remember the brave men and women who made our country what it is today.” – Hawley

Trio from Buffalo busted for trying to take ATVs in Darien * Lyndonville man arrested for sexual abuse * Batavia Muckdogs win their second series of the season

Road Rage with weapon lands Liberty Street man behind bars * Stolen wallet sends city man to County jail * Flags across New York are at half-staff in memory of State Trooper

Stall applications must be received by the track no later than Friday (July 6).

Seize the day with a guided kayak tour of DeWitt Lake on Saturday July 21st!

Family activities, live music, food and fun return to Batavia, NY

Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas

Rekindle reported at dump off of Transit Road * Heat Advisory remains in effect until this evening * Muckdogs win while away against West Virginia

This special enforcement detail will begin on Saturday, June 30, 2018, and run through Thursday, July 5, 2018.

Intense Heat Advisory in effect over the Weekend * Hilton woman facing felony DWI in Darien for driving drunk with an infant * Troopers start crack down on drunk and drugged driving this weekend

Marino Commits to Cougar Softball Program

The Office for the Aging is air-conditioned and is open to any older adult, age 60 and over. Come and cool off in the Senior Center lobby, TV room, and/or activity rooms.

Never approach, surround or corner a bear, Use Noise to Scare away Bears, Never Run from a Bear

Budget cuts being dealt with at Notre Dame High School in Batavia * County Development Center seeking a new communications director * GLOW region going under an intense Heat Advisory this weekend

Tabelski recently appointed Director of Batavia Development Corporation

Principal Bianco said the school received notice of the cuts on April 30th.

The bill would prevent businesses owned by citizens of the People’s Republic of China from accessing all assistance offered by the Small Business Administration (SBA).

“Our state agencies and departments are already working at full capacity to help law-abiding citizens and to think Gov. Cuomo is pushing them to the wayside to help illegals is deeply regrettable,” – Hawley

Redfield community practicing patience with Pillar repairs * PA resident jailed after repeatedly lying to lawmen about his ID * Collaboration coming together for a teen center in the city

“Any violation of the First Amendment is counter to the values our nation was founded upon and I applaud today’s monumental decision.” – Collins

The band will be at the Stuart Steiner Theater at GCC beginning at 7 p.m. this evening

When signed into law, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will develop and maintain a registry to collect data regarding the incidence of certain cancers in firefighters.

Lawmen’s request for MRAP moves along as Redfield Pillars repair remains on the table at council meeting * Muckdogs complete their first sweep of the season * Genesee County RTS bus system cashes in big from NYS

New York State Police in Warsaw continue to investigate the 38-year-old missing person case of James Dean Knox.

Farmer’s Market Checks for Veterans to be Distributed at the Downtown Batavia Public Market on Friday, July 6th

Bipartisan bills focus on treatment and recovery, prevention and education, additional resources to protect our communities, and fighting fentanyl

Five women accused of riotous behavior in Batavia * Scammers pulling heart strings and purse strings in Attica * Muckdogs win pitchers’ duel and look for series sweep tonight

Long-term Partnership with Forest Productions Continues Outstanding Results

Batavia man behind bars after violently hurling a beer bottle at victim * Accident in Alexander leads to charges for a young woman * Muckdogs win while away

Special stage adaptation of “Sneaky Weasel,” by author Hannah Shaw, performed by fourth-graders.

Batavia drug dealer/arsonist will serve at least five years in prison * Fatal train collision claims the life of a Middlebury woman * Batavia man being held for theft at Walmart in Warsaw

This examination is being held to establish an eligible list to fill future vacancies as they occur.

Troopers identified the deceased as 50 year old Janette M. Moore of Middlebury, NY.

Congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) voted for the 2018 Farm Bill that will strengthen and grow the Western New York dairy economy

Cougar Soccer Program Leads Academic All-Region Student-Athletes from GCC

DA says new laws and investigative evidence is overwhelming his current size staff * Local Drug Task Force busts a Ross street resident for drugs * Cuomo demands info on immigrant children house in NY

Students Save Thousands of Dollars in Tuition with SUNY Transfer Credit

Productive session for New York’s farmers as Legislature’s work ends for the year

FASNY strongly urges NYers not to use sparkling devices

BDC board need not look far for their newly named director * Phony Prize checks being reported by Batavia Police * DA Office looking for more assistance

He is a 2017 graduate of Churchville Chili High School, Churchville, N.Y.

Two jailed for allegedly selling balloons filled with Nitrous Oxide.

Rachael Tabelski to take position of Economic Development Director of the Batavia Development Corporation

Saturday, June 23 in the parking lot of 5130 E. Main Street in Batavia.

Exciting Conclusion to GCC’s 50th Anniversary

Lawmen identify woman struck by van in fatal Livonia accident * Pembroke incident with a weapon lands a Corfu man in lock up * Cuomo planning to sue the fed over immigration policy

“It is truly disappointing that some of our downstate colleagues do not share our priorities of making life easier for our nation’s heroes, our veterans…” Hawley said

Statewide paranormal trail receives recognition at Rochester-based PRSA award ceremony

GCC Sleep Tech Program Offers Tips to Avoid Sleep Deprivation

Tour downtown businesses, try local products, and see what it’s all about.

New York looks into legalizing pot as opponents blow smoke * Sex offender with a past in Pavilion is arrested for continued sex crimes in the southern tier * Pro Baseball is back in Batavia rain or shine

Suspect previously convicted of Forcible Touching in June of 2015 in Pavilion.

37 year old Morey Ground Jr. of Basom was not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the collision.

Troopers identify driver in fatal one car crash in Alabama * Domestic in LeRoy involving a hammer lands an upstate man behind bars * Paving operations pick up on Lehigh Avenue in the city today

During the fire investigation it was learned that the fire stemmed from a domestic incident between the female that lived in the lower apartment and her boyfriend.

June 18th and 19th Lehigh Avenue will be closed to between Ellicott Street and Creek Road from 7 AM and 5 PM.

The Genesee Valley Educational Partnership (BOCES) and Byron-Bergen School District also renewed their commitments to keep SRO’s on campus.

School Alumni added as Lawmen in local schools * Tense few minutes as city fire crews clear a Maple Street house Fire * 13 years for former Brockport kindergarten teacher

Attica Police discovered that Kubala had never registered her address as required by law since 2015

Hawley – “Gov. Cuomo is using state employees as campaign workers to register recently paroled felons to vote. Absolutely outrageous.”

Genesee County drug arrests to report * Hawley blasts Cuomo and Gov’t Elitists, calls for spending oversight * Batavia’s Family Video slated to close

Roadwork originally planned for today has been rescheduled for Monday, June 18th, 2018 due to weather conditions.

GCC’s Board of Trustees approved a $40.15 million budget for the 2018-2019 fiscal year beginning September 1

Saturday, June 23 9am – 12pm Parking Lot of 5130 E. Main St. Batavia

Council hears request for M-RAP and approves additional cameras for Police * Batavia woman found with drugs after getting pinched for shoplifting * Paving work may pick up on Lehigh Ave today

Genesee County Highway Superintendent Tim Hens installed as 2018-2019 President-elect of the National Association of County Engineers

Byron-Bergen Jr./Sr. High School held their first FFA Awards ceremony since restarting an agriculture program after an absence of almost 50 years.

The water will be turned off on North Spruce Street from Lown Street to the North end and all of Evergreen Drive.

Fire sparks at the same Bergen duplex twice in one night * Cuomo rallying lawmakers towards a so-called “red flag” gun bill * Hilton High School mourning the loss of a student

City of Batavia Firefighters “Fill the Boot” to benefit MDA Friday, June 15th 8 am – 2 pm

Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 14th from 5 – 7 pm at City Hall in the Council Board Room

Wednesday, June 13th and Thursday, June 14th, 2018 Lehigh Avenue in the City of Batavia will be closed to all through traffic.

Local lawmen renew request for an armored vehicle * Man jailed for using a rock as a weapon to intimidate a 7-Eleven Clerk * Batavia man arrested for alleged choking incident in town

“From making sure our veterans and members of our military have the resources they need, to investing in our region’s water and energy infrastructure, many priorities of Western New Yorkers are taken care of in this bill.” – Collins

Push for more surveillance of Batavia streets * Alexander resident busted for drugged driving in Bethany * Perry Police report one of their easiest drug arrests

Beginning in July the Market will give away a weekly free bag of groceries with vendor donated products.

SRO’s expected to be added to three more Genesee County schools * Pittsford man sentenced for being busted with child porn twice * Accident opens up new Drive-thru at a Brockport Burger King

“I would like to thank the Trump Administration and the House Appropriations Committee for prioritizing this project and for their commitment to the men and women who serve in Niagara Falls.” – Collins

The Memorial Walkway Ceremony is Friday, June 8th at the VA Western New York Healthcare System, 222 Richmond Ave in Batavia

Thruway stop with a stolen handgun lands man in prison * Accident at a vehicle auction leaves four injured * Eight Rochester Diocese priests are being accused of sexually abusing children

Radley was jailed without bail.

Attempted abduction in Attica leads to hours’ long manhunt ending in arrest * Gypsy burglaries reported in Batavia and Pembroke * Cuomo calling for “red flag” bill to keep the mentally ill from accessing guns

Additional charges are pending as the investigation is continuing.

The combined projects would create 20 new jobs and approximately $7.6 million in capital investment.

“The safety and security of our students is preeminent and I am glad some of this funding will go toward technological security upgrades,” Hawley said

The Batavia Concert Band is also excited to announce WBTA 1490 as the Official Media Sponsor for our 2018 summer concert series!

Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas

Trio of suspects arraigned for violence on Central Ave * Stalking on East Main Street lands man in lock up * Holley Artist defends float after some interpret it as racist

City man behind bars without bail for pulling a knife on police * Batavia woman jailed for conspiring to sell another person’s property * The search for a missing Upstate toddler is now suspended

YWCA will need to find a new home in Batavia to fund the future of the organization * Boyfriend accused of burying a young mother off a farm in Sodus faces immigration charges * Darien Lake unveils new $5M dollar roller-coaster

The meeting was held in the City Church owned center on Liberty Street, and Councilwoman Briggs is hopeful it was not the last

Saturday, June 2nd, 11:30 AM at the Clarence Town Park Clubhouse

Brother of an overdose victim in Oakfield faces felony in her death * The Muckdogs make their way back on the air * Altercation in Byron leads to charges for a Terry Street resident

Two fundraisers are scheduled for next month

The timeline remains on-track with Novak’s initial schedule

29 year old Daniel Wells of Royalton has been charged with criminally negligent homicide

Assault and Robbery in Alabama lands three in lock up * Funding request for BDC falls short, straining search for a new director * Ward 5 meeting to address concerns over city’s south side being held tonight

He was sentenced in Genesee County Court yesterday to five years’ probation and ordered to pay restitution.

Blood spilt in Elba lands a Batavia man in lock up * City Council offers support to BDC without a funding guarantee * Batavia drug dealer takes plea deal for reduced prison sentence

Koch allegedly failed to yield and pulled out in front of a patrol car

21 year old Nathan Arieno was taken into custody following report of an aggressive male at a business in Perry.

30 year old Jessica Deridder was arrested and charged with Grand Larceny

Crimes was accused of stabbing another person with a knife yesterday afternoon.

Monday, June 4th from 4pm-6pm

Forcible Robbery and Assault in Alabama lands an Albion woman in lock up * Search for a missing 14 month old continues today in Wayne County * Man arrested for vandalism at the Red Osier Restaurant

Search in Sodus to resume this morning for a missing one-year old boy * Bad blood on Batavia’s south side has spurred a city councilwoman to call for a neighborhood meeting * Tough local talent to take center stage at Throwdown at the Downs

“The American dream is uniquely cherished and we owe our gratitude to the veterans who courageously defended it throughout our nation’s history.” – Hawley

Hispanic male 2′ 30lbs Hr:brown Eye:brown CALL (866) NYS-AMBER Police: Child may be in danger

Finalists selected will be in the running to receive one of 27 grants awarded ranging from $25,000-$100,000

City Councilwoman calls for response to violence brewing in Batavia * LeRoy man arrested for Assault in Pavilion * Deputies make drugged driving arrest after crash in Elba

The Spring of 2018 Instructors and Students of the Semester for both the Albion and Medina Campus Centers of GCC have been named!

The meeting is scheduled for Thursday May 31st at 6PM at the St. Anthony’s Community Center conference room on Liberty Street

Gives troops their largest pay raise in 9 years; increases funding for training; grows the size of our armed services

Outdoor MMA event will feature over 20 bouts with local fighters

Three indicted for fatal stabbing and shooting on Central Ave * Batavia man takes plea deal in police standoff and arson incident * Former Bills guard Ritchie Incognito is being held in Florida on a mental exam

Last Week to Register for 12-week Summer Session

Workshop scheduled for June 14, 2018 in Gainesville, NY

Test Drive the All-New Chrysler Pacifica and Pacifica Hybrid Minivan to Donate

Officers discovered edged ceramic and metal objects along with an altered toothbrush that were being used as weapons.

Young students attend the Teddy Bear & Doll Clinic held by UMMC

Informational Session Set for June 27, 2018

Violent Sex Offender status determined for Child Molester about to be released * NY Democrats and Republicans are starting their two-day conventions today * Six Flags is going to operate the Darien Lake theme park resort

Someone reportedly showed up at the restaurant who may have had a weapon and banged on doors and windows causing some damage.

Empire Access adds over 200 miles of fiber optic network to its existing multi-county network infrastructure

New first class facility officially opens for first responders * Batavia teen gets state prison time for assaulting a 13 year old * Local lawmen to join in DWI crack down over the Memorial Day weekend

Byron man collared by NYS Police over the weekend

Putting a friendly face on Medicine

Assemblyman Steve Hawley’s 11th annual Patriot Trip to Washington D.C. will take place September 20th – 23rd

Byron-Bergen Elementary School celebrates STEAM in a spectacular event

Local man shares decade old knife attack by accused Central Ave Murderer * Sex Offender behind bars for failing to register * Famous mustachioed man makes his way through Medina

Two more arrested in connection with shooting and fatal stabbing in Batavia * New York lawmakers are trying to make sports betting legal in the state * Cuomo calling out Trump for support of the NRA

Record level of state funding to repair local roads, bridges

Convicted child rapist from Perry sent to prison * Police believe alcohol may have been involved in a fatal ATV accident * Sports betting may be coming to the Batavia Downs

Henry F. Wojtaszek, President/CEO of Batavia Downs Gaming WROTB said “We are looking forward to working with New York State officials to enable legislation that will allow this dynamic opportunity to become a reality.”

51 year old Robert A. Boyce of East Pembroke succumbed to his injuries while at ECMC.

No. 3 Men’s Lacrosse Team’s Rally Falls Short in Final Four * Batavia High School’s Stefaniak Set to Join Cougars’ Softball Team

Bergen basement fire contained by quick thinking retired Batavia Firefighter * ATV accident sends an East Pembroke man to the hospital * Co-conspirator in Batavia booze store burglaries is caught.

Byron man faces charges for past larcenies * Local restaurateur dies suddenly * Speaker Sheldon Silver is guilty on all counts in his corruption retrial

Bring your best friend and join us for a dog walk at the park on Saturday May 26th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am!

The Firefighter Cancer Registry Act is expected to be passed in the House as amended in the coming weeks before heading to President Trump’s desk

More than 925 Degrees and Certificates to be Conferred

Fatal Pembroke shooting case closed with Deputy found justified * String of Batavia burglaries send a young city man to state prison * Family comes to the rescue after a medical emergency causes crash in Pavilion

Milling operations will commence Tuesday, May 15th between 7AM to 3 PM

37 year old Robert Tetrault has been charged with a count of predatory sexual assault against a child.

State Police arrested Andrew P. Drexel, 18 of Ogden, NY for Burglary 2nd degree.

To Raise Money for Uganda Mission Trip

Men’s Lacrosse NJCAA National Championship Information Announced for May 12-13

Funds flow in for a New water tower in Pavilion * LeRoy Police looking for a person of interest, in an unnamed incident * A routine scrap yard fire blazes out of control in Corfu

The project will expand access to public water for 232 households in the Town of Pavilion

Former Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has already been replaced * Pallet fire gets out of hand on Angling Road in Corfu * Batavia City Schools continue to beef up security

11th annual golf tournament to honor the late Peter I. Certo on July 16th

Work has been postponed due to milling equipment breaking down.

The “SUNYGCC Employees – Serving Beyond Expectations” ceremony will formerly recognize the many outstanding achievements of GCC’s faculty and staff.

Baseball Cougars Continue to Climb Standings after JCC Sweep

Contact his office at or by calling 585-356-0686 for the Monroe County office hours, or 585-813-1608 for the Genesee County office hours.

Alexander man under investigation by immigration after being arrested for rape * Allegations of abuse lead to resignation for NYS AG Eric Schneiderman * Roadwork to begin today on Lehigh Ave in Batavia

It was found on the sidewalk on Richmond Ave on 05/05/2018.

Glenn Holmes of Ireland and Benjamin Martis of Curaçao received the prestigious award

120 GLOW Region High School Students Expected

Lehigh Avenue will experience travel delays on Tuesday, May 8th, 2018 between the hours of 7AM to 3 PM.

No. 3 Men’s Lacrosse Team Moves on to Final Four * Baseball Team Records 12th Region Win in Finger Lakes DH * Women’s Lacrosse Team Has Plenty Of Positives after Playoff Elimination to NJCAA No. 1 Ranked Team

Multiple Batavia burglaries land a Rochester man in lockup * Structure fire in Pavilion sparked by an ATV * Assault in Pavilion leads to charges for a LeRoy Man

Neighbor accused of negligent homicide in Kendall deaths caused by gas poisoning * Batavia man arrested in Tennessee for local Burglary * A big winning Batavia couple is seeing it pays to stay together

Perry was accused of unlawfully entering a business on Broadway Road in Darien and stealing money last December.

GLOW Region High School Juniors Should Apply NOW for Next Year’s Dynamic Program

Volunteer of the Year Award went to Peggy Schreck a volunteer at the Rainbow Preschool

Cougar Softball’s Ubukata Commits to University of Hawaii * Nine Men’s Lacrosse Players Named to All-Region Team

Man charged with homicide in death of a Kendall mother and son * Wind Advisory going into effect * Some gubernatorial campaigning in Batavia

The event will be hosted at T. F. Browns from 8-10 a.m. May 7th

Interested Veterans should contact his office if they would like to receive a pin

According to reports from the scene one driver was a 36 year old from Kent and the other was a 53 year old from Elba.

Learn nature photography basics and tricks of the trade from photographer Bill Moon.

15 year sentence handed down for Thorpe Street Shooting * Truck driver injured in Big Rig Rollover accident in Batavia * Darien Lake is opening a new roller coaster very soon.

Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has recognized Cornell Cooperative Extension Executive Director Beverly L. Mancuso, as a Woman of Distinction at the 21st annual ceremony.

New Headquarters being fitted for First Responders * Livingston County Lawmen have yet to charge trucker accused of fatal hit and run * Cuomo Signs Anti-Domestic Violence Gun Bill

The Center is being awarded this prestigious honor by Healogics, the nation’s largest provider of advanced wound care services.

Training seminar being held today, May 1, 2018 and tomorrow, May 2, 2018, at GCC, Conable Building

The No. 3 Genesee Community College men’s lacrosse team dismantled Monroe Community College 22-6 on Saturday.

Two Genesee Community College students were inducted into the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society this semester.

The Wyoming County Board of Supervisors is declaring May 6-12 Travel and Tourism week in Wyoming County.

Rape charges land Pavilion man in lock up * Lawmen look for driver and identify victim in fatal Geneseo hit and run * Near miss with cop car leads to DWI charges for an Attica man.

Cougars Split Doubleheader at OCC after Extra-Inning Matinee Loss * Men’s Lacrosse Team to Face Monroe for Regional Title April 28

Alexander School supports staffing a resource officer * Getting ready to play ball at Dwyer Stadium * It is National Prescription Drug take back day

Only pills and other solids, like patches, can be brought to the collection sites—liquids and needles or other sharps will not be accepted.

Provides stability for the nation’s aviation community and keeps in place pilot training hours

Donald allegedly posted pics to “Snapchat” in which he appeared in possession of a pistol and large quantities of marijuana

The BID held their annual BID breakfast and awards ceremony this morning.

The event will take place at the ARC of Genesee Orleans located at 64 Walnut St. in Batavia beginning at 2 p.m. on May 3.

The Kiwanis Club of Batavia, Genesee County Bar Association, and the Genesee County Magistrates & Court Clerks Association Announce the Recipients of the 2018 Law Day Observance & Criminal Justice Awards

Governor accuses ICE of illegal tactics, threatens lawsuit * The ball field at Dwyer Stadium gets prepped like the pros * Batavia man accused of dosing off while toddler wanders away

This is still an ongoing criminal investigation.

Red-Hot Cougar Baseball Team Continues to Roll * Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced * Brennan Named NJCAA National Player of the Week

Friday, May 4, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. ~ Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel

Hawley said “It’s an absolute overreach and clear abuse of power…”

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at 7 p.m. ~ Genesee Community College

FAA investigating helicopter crash in Orleans County as pilot remains hospitalized * Defense council for Mlyniec apparently not planning to deny their client is the killer * Hawley calls out Cuomo for targeting supporters of the second amendment

Due to an officer-involved shooting in Genesee County on April 11, Sheriff Sheron had to remove himself from the session early.

#ARTtoo Show Juried by Nigel Maister

Apparently the board won’t be burdened with removing Mlyniec as he submitted his resignation letter last week.

People with fever or respiratory illness symptoms should still delay their hospital visits until they have been symptom-free for 24 hours.

Smith was accused of consuming alcohol inside the vehicle and allegedly possessed a fictitious driver’s license

Passerby saves pilot in Orleans County chopper crash * Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio to be removed as Judge * Rochester resident picked up for purse snatching in LeRoy

Public is invited to view artist renderings of upcoming construction projects

The Solar Technical Assistance and Resources for Municipalities training will be held from 6:30 to 8:30 pm May 8th at the Batavia Town Hall

Tozer to Act as PIF Grant Advisor

Art Reception set for April 25, 4-5 pm

Batavia man remains hospitalized from a deadly two car crash in Lockport * Wyoming County woman is accused of robbing money from her relatives account * Missing photo lands Livingston County Sex offender in lock up

The NCSO has identified 28 year old Brandon Loucks of Batavia as the surviving driver in a fatal accident in Lockport.

Grand theft auto leaves a Batavia man jailed without bail * An Arcade woman is jailed for allegedly stealing family funds * Accused crack dealer in Batavia taken in by Local Drug Task Force

Awards Banquet on Thursday May 3rd at the Richard C Call Arena Event Center @ GCC

Battle of Top-10 Men’s Lacrosse Teams Goes to Cougars/Cougar Baseball Team Looking to Give Opponents Double Trouble Next Season with Signing/Women’s Lacrosse Team Prepares for Regionals in Final Home Game/Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced

Informational Session Set for May 14, 2018

Collins said “We must make sure our rural communities have the resources they need to run a business, complete an education, or simply shop online.”

Driver in three car crash in Corfu is jailed on felony charges * Spruce Street resident behind bars for alleged crack sales in the city * Elderly drug dealer busted in Medina

“This governor seems to be fonder of helping inmates and convicted felons instead of hardworking, law-abiding citizens.” – Hawley

Scholarship Fundraiser for Nursing Program Students

Article by Laurel Sanger, RN Genesee Community College Director of Nursing

Vegan eatery will celebrate Grand Opening on Sunday

Mother and Son in Kendall Killed by possible gas poisoning * A drive on drugs through the park ends badly for a Batavia resident * Cuomo facing federal suit for not declaring special election to replace Congresswoman Louise Slaughter

Norway is accused of leaving a message which caused substantial alarm to the employees’ safety

Jacob J. Szumigala of Oakfield was arrested and charged with DWI

The deceased individuals were identified as Joan C. Gilman age 38 and her son Richard J. Gilman Jr. age 14.

Suspect sought in Sunset Motel Murder * Oakfield man facing charges following a three car crash in Corfu * Gas leak leads to grim discovery of a dead Mother and son in Kendall

Tickets for the June 18th opening are expected to go on sale around May 1st.

The GCSO has identified 58 year old Sherri C. Butler as the victim of a homicide at the Sunset Motel in Batavia.

Hawley was instrumental in fighting for a state relief package as part of last year’s end of session agreement.

Motel Murder in Batavia under investigation * Warsaw man accused of possessing a multitude of Child Porn * Funding is approved for upgrades to three Genesee County bridges

It’s Cougar Classic Scholarship Scramble Time!

“What we need is an end to Gov. Cuomo’s bid-rigging culture…” – Hawley

SP Warsaw arrested Kory A. Doyle, 31, Warsaw, NY for Promoting a Sexual Performance by a Child Under Age 17

Forecasters ease flooding concerns and lift flood watch for the region * Alleged armed Arby’s robber behind bars in Batavia * Rundown of the Batavia Police Blotter

Anyone with information is asked to call the New York State Police at (585) 786-5152

Weekend Weather leads to a Flood Watch for the region * Suspected armed Arby’s robber is apprehended * State Police in Warsaw are asking for the public’s help in locating 39 year old Adam Barber, of Bliss

“We sent thousands of signatures to the governor to get this accomplished. I am looking forward to a safer road in the near future.” – Hawley.

An Ice Storm Warning in effect from 2 PM this afternoon to 2 PM EDT Sunday, then a Flood Watch from late Sunday night through Tuesday afternoon.

The deputy involved in Wednesday night’s fatal shooting is identified * Arby’s alleged armed robber is arrested * Winter Weather Advisory turns into an Ice Storm Warning, then a Flood watch for the region

Fobbs of the GCC men’s basketball team and recently-committed recruit to Towson University was named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) NJCAA Division II All-American Team today, April 13.

Ms. Pacatte has accepted a position for a private sector employer located in New York’s Capital District Region

NJCAA All-American Fobbs Signs with D-I Towson * No. 3 Men’s Lacrosse Team Sting Hornets 24-4 * Softball Team faces Tough Division-II Opponent * Barden Becomes First-Ever Cougar to Win NJCAA Women’s Lacrosse National Player of the Week…and more

Officers thank Dave Lumberg, Owner/Operator of Tim Horton’s in Batavia for their daily coffee donation to Officers and Instructors during the last two weeks of Active Threat Training.

State Police clamp down on investigation into fatal shooting of armed Albion man * Prosecutors say former WCSO deputy charged with murder was accused of rape * Winter Weather Advisory popping up well into spring season

These sessions are FREE and available both by appointment and walk-in!

This year’s enforcement detail will run from April 12 through April 16

During the incident Deputy’s confronted Keith A. Kent, 61 of Albion, NY at which time Kent was fatally shot

State Police Major Edward Kennedy took a hard stance against prematurely releasing information

Genesee County deputy ends threat of an armed suspect with a single shot * Possible motive revealed in indictment of former WCSO deputy charged with murder * Cynthia Nixon says marijuana is effectively legal for white people in her run for Governor

Construction has begun on a $1.4 million project to replace the bridge carrying Bethany Center Road (County Road 15) over U.S. Route 20 in the Town of Bethany

The small business workshop will be hosted the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce on April 18.

The GCSO recognizes and commends the County’s 9-1-1 Dispatchers for their dedication, professionalism and commitment to public service

Mock Trials Led by GCC Paralegal & Criminal Justice Students

Guardians of the Globe – Earth Day Celebration and Earth Day Night Hike!

Child Care Center is Open to the Community

The award ceremony on Friday, April 27, 2018 at 7 p.m.

Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas

Health Department handles Hypothetical Hepatitis Outbreak * Alleged impersonator arrested by Sheriff’s Deputies in Batavia * Zuckerberg is coming face to face with Congressman Chris Collins

Sleep Insights moved from 653 E. Main Street, Batavia, to 47A Batavia City Centre, earlier this year.

The event runs from April 29 thru May 5 at restaurants from every corner of Wyoming County.

Saturday, April 28, 2018 beginning at 7 p.m.

The City has been directed to increase their oversight of BID * Possible Life in Prison for a Greece couple accused of producing child porn * Go vCuomo warning about synthetic marijuana leading to severe bleeding

On Monday, businessman Nick Stankevich suspended his grassroots Congressional campaign against Chris Collins.

No. 4 Cougars Record Double-Digit Men’s Lacrosse Win Over No. 3 Howard

Bogus Benjamin leads to lock up for a Pair of Perry residents * Rochester resident arrested under Leandra’s Law after crashing in Pavilion * Democratic Candidate in Batavia drops out of race

Lady Cougars Match Season-High Goal Performance in Lacrosse Win

Phony C note lands two Perry residents in lock up * Gruesome murder in Monroe County stuns investigators * Crash in Pavilion leads to arrest under Leandra’s Law

“For such proud Democrats, they refuse to even invite all the Democrat candidates running for their parties’ nomination.” Collins campaign spokesman Bryan Piligra

One-Year Program is a Fast-track to Fashion Business Careers

Local Police train to respond to an active shooter situation * Financially troubled Genesee County YWCA is making some progress * 5th Annual Genesee County Home Show continues today at the Falleti Ice Arena

The Active Shooter Training has been on-going all week at the State School for the Blind’s Hamilton Hall in Batavia.

Now that spring is here, many homeowners, business owners, schools and communities are planning outdoor landscaping projects.

Public Invited to Attend Class on April 16th

A Medley of Great Performances

Tim Collins’s One Man Show on April 12, 2018

Programs pick up at the YWCA with a little help from friends * National Grid Crews continue to work to bring back power in Western New York * Two suspects tracked down following one car crash in Byron

Worth said the first step is to focus on the easy fixes.

Celebrating Inquiry and Scholarship Across All Disciplines

No. 4 Men’s Lacrosse Team Blasts Cannoneers 27-1

Police Pursuit in Byron leads to Missing Gun Alert * Batavia recorded highest wind in the state with a 75 mph gust * Hutchins Place resident arrested for harassment

In Anticipation of Potentially Damaging Weather Customers Urged to Prepare for High Winds, Heavy Rains

Lady Cougars Fall in Lacrosse to No. 3 Onondaga Community College/Baseball Cougars Drop Pair to FLCC

Criticism from former YWCA Director over decision to end grant funded programs * Police alert residents of funny money finding its way into the area * Serious windstorms for Much of Western New York

For more information, please contact Genesee Justice, located at 14 West Main in Batavia, (585) 815-7821.

New York State Police in Niagara continue to investigate the discovery of skeletal remains of an unidentified man 26 years ago in Niagara County.

Money troubles lead to shut down at Genesee County YWCA * Six arrested for drugs in State Street sweep * Batavia man jailed without bail after allegedly violating court order

Event Set for Wednesday, April 25, 2018

This workshop is part of the Business Idea Pitch Competition Workshop series

Starting on April 2nd, 2018 the Batavia Police Department will be hosting two weeks of multi-agency Active Shooter Response Training

33 year old Erica Raphael of Batavia was arrest in Albion on Easter Sunday

Byron-Bergen Elementary School’s Inquiry-Based Learning Lab has been busy growing, and increasing opportunities for students.

Red Wings defend their name after being dragged through the Muck * False alarms send an East Main Street man into lock up * New York has passed legislation to keep guns out of the hands of domestic abusers

The Batavia City School District has been awarded a 2018 Top Workplaces honor by The Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.

“I am also disappointed that the final budget does not level the tax playing field for Batavia Downs, and I will forge ahead with my legislation to establish tax parity for the oldest nighttime harness track in the country.” Ranzenhofer

“Although the budget process was rife with secrecy and failed to include much-needed ethics reform, we did secure funding for many programs crucial to Western New York.” Hawley

The Muckdogs’ GM says front office is a mess * GCEDC continues to handout tax payer funded incentives to spur new business * High Wind Warning posted for this holiday weekend

The doors officially open to the public at 7pm on April 6.

Southwest winds from 25 to 35 mph with gusts up to 60 mph expected from late Saturday afternoon through early Sunday morning.

All welcome to take part in RECRUITNY OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND April 28 & 29

Muckdogs’ organization is a mess according to new General Manager * Stop in Stafford leads to lock up for LeRoy Resident * City Council looking at bumping pay for city manager prospects

Hernandez-Vega was allegedly driving under the influence of drugs with a child present in the vehicle.

Barbara A. Linker, 77 of Barker, NY succumbed to her injuries at Media Memorial Hospital.

This year the Duck Derby raised over $400 for the United Way

Forte Earns NJCAA’s Men’s Lacrosse National Player of the Week

No. 4 Men’s Lacrosse Team Bedevils Saints’ Effort in 20-5 Win

Batavia Police continue search for suspect in Arby’s armed robbery * Consulting Group outlines City Manager hiring process for City Council * Three in lock up after being collared by cops on warrants in Batavia

The suspect entered the business at closing time with what appeared to be a firearm and demanded money from employees.

“We are looking forward to see where our radical extremist opponents Nate McMurray and Nick Stankevich stand on this issue,” said Collins spokesperson Bryan Piligra.

The City Yard Waste Station will open for the season on MONDAY, APRIL 2nd, 2018.

There are a number of legislative proposals currently being considered as “criminal justice reforms” in New York State.

2018 Encore Co-Chairs Tom and Kim Cox will “Let it GLOW!”

U.S. Air Force Airman Taylor C. Maier is a 2017 graduate of Spencerport High School, Spencerport, N.Y.

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Michaela C. Austin is a 2015 graduate of Byron Bergen High School, Bergen, N.Y.

Woman accused of Brockport murder is now mentally fit to stand trial * Pavilion man’s Sex Abuse conviction overturned on appeal * Elba man busted for pawning stolen goods in Batavia

Williams was accused of selling someone else’s property at a Pawn Shop in Batavia

Scholarship Fundraiser at the Batavia Downs on May 4, 2018

“Public investment in our small towns is inspiring and necessary to turn dilapidated and neglected areas into robust centers of community and commerce,” Hawley said

With GCC’s adjunct professor, Danny Hamner

Fashion Show Scenes Announced

The Byron-Bergen Central School District is one of 152 school districts and (BOCES) in New York State to receive the Award for 2018.

City Council address stinky situation on Redfield Parkway * Churchville man goes AWOL in NC * Meth making operation busted in Arcade

Police say more charges could be pending following lab results.

The GCEDC Board meeting is Thursday, March 29th at 4 p.m. in the Innovation Zone at 99 MedTech Drive in Batavia. The meeting is open to the public.

Dellinger Ave disturbance lands alleged abuser behind bars * Byron man behind bars following poor probation check * Pembroke Sex Offender arrested for failing to report change of address

The Diocese of Buffalo in damage control * Grand opening of the Eli Fish Brewing Company * Congratulations to Joe Marchese Mr. Batavia for 2018

Every Friday, Bishop Malone releases a video reflection called ‘Consider This”, today’s topic is abuse by priests

The doors officially open to the public at 7pm on April 6th

Reward offered in State Police investigation into firearm burglary to the south * It’s O-Fish-All, The Eli Fish Brewing Company will officially open tomorrow * Genesee County’s bond rating has been downgraded

Contact the NYSP at 585-268-7085 or ATF at 1-888-ATF-GUNS (888-283-4867)

Deputies arrested 38 year old Robert Ratcliffe of South Main Street in Castile.

No. 4 Cougars Remain atop Region III Men’s Lacrosse Standings with 22-4 Win

Local Village Election results are in * Albion man arrested for stalking in Batavia * Rochester grandmother going to prison for trying to kill granddaughter

Jacqueline Mullen (1972), Michael List (1978), and Kimberly (Thompson) McLean (2000) join the ranks of other distinguished Byron-Bergen alumni honored

“Indigenous Peoples: Echoes of History and Culture”

Join Us for the Third Annual Scholars Symposium

3 Different Onsite Parties Planned for the First Saturday in May

Sheriff Thomas J. Dougherty advises members of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office have been training civilians how to respond to an active shooter event.

Tompkins Insurance Agencies has hired Cody Niccloy as an account executive in its personal lines division.

Former priest in Batavia listed as accused sex abuser by Buffalo Diocese * Stop on 390 leads to drug arrest for three Warsaw residents * State Senate is approving legislation to label crimes against police “hate crimes”

Becker retired in 2003 allegedly for medical reasons.

42 former Buffalo Priests have been named.

Students of All Ages are Encouraged to Register

Experts in Arcade and Warsaw to Help Anyone!

Orleans County officers bust Illegal Alien with illegal cache of weapons * Alleged stabbing lands a State Street woman in lock up * Bishop expected to release the names of retired Buffalo priests accused of child sex abuse

She was accused of DWI with her 5 month old daughter in the vehicle at the time.

No. 4 Cougars Finish Strong against No. 2 Lions in Men’s Lacrosse Home Opener * Cougar Baseball Team Sweeps Opponents on Final Day in South Carolina * Softball Team Returns from South Carolina

Wyoming County crash claims the life of Dansville man * Attempts to flee officers add to a Fisher Park residents’ rap sheet * Clinton Street Road resident charged with forcible touching

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Alex B. Freeman graduated from basic military training

U.S. Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Hunter J. Freeman graduated from basic military training

GCC Baseball Cougars Split Pair in South Carolina

A Batavia man is killed in a Stafford crash * Rochester Congresswoman Louise Slaughter has died * New York’s flu season could be coming to an end soon

Thomas J. Manzella, age 24, of Batavia died at UMMC shortly after the crash

The law targets the opioid epidemic

When visiting your home, if the representative’s identification card is not visibly noticeable, you should ask to see it.

GCC Softball Team Set to Wrap up Play in South Carolina

Two car motor vehicle accident on Main and Clipnock Road in Stafford

YWCA discloses financial woes and efforts to fix them * Sheriff remains committed to having SRO in every Genesee County school * Fire on Columbia Avenue has been ruled accidental

Out of the eleven individuals arrested two were residents of Genesee County.

Local Law Enforcement continue in their efforts to increase school safety following a nationwide student walkout protesting gun violence

YWCA of Genesee County is facing major financial challenges, including problems of cash flow

Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced

Baseball Team Ends Early Week Spring Training with 16-Run Win

“I am pleased that the Senate Budget Resolution levels the tax playing field for Batavia Downs.” Ranzenhofer

Students call for action on gun violence in school walkout * The Perry Town board says current board member charged with murder won’t be removed * LeRoy woman accused of Forging checks from her employer

Around 100 Batavia High School students walked out of class into the snow

“True leaders take responsibility when their house is engulfed in turmoil, and yet the governor remains weak and vague on ethics reform.” – Hawley said

Fobbs Awarded NJCAA Region III Player of the Year

“I hereby request that you provide an additional $50,000 a year toward the cost per armed school resource officer for every New York State school in this year’s budget,” Hawley wrote

Top aide to Governor found guilty of corruption * Batavia Students plan on walking out this morning * Jackson Street man jailed for alleged drug sales in the City

Batavia Police were requested by the school to be in attendance to ensure the safety of the student protesters.

The Registration deadline for Dansville session is April 19, 2018 for anyone planning to take the SAT Exam

March 2018 Observance of Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month

Up to Two Courses Tuition-Free at GCC!

“These cradle-to-grave welfare programs are bleeding our state dry,” Hawley said

An Albion man accused of incest in child sex abuse investigation * Budget passed by City Council boasting a 3 percent tax decrease * Investigators continue to piece together Perry Murder case

Sabtow was charged with a Class E felony of third degree Rape

It was determined Mr. Irvine had been shot four times (leg, chest, neck and head).

44 year old Scott Beswick of Pratt Road Batavia was arrested and charged with DWI

Middle and High School Students to Compete on March 15th

The Sheriff’s Office was tipped off by a Dansville teacher in October that there were inappropriate website searches done overnight on her computer.

NYS Missing Child Alert for TREVYAN ROWE on March 09, 2018 at 02:26 am has been cancelled

Women’s Lacrosse Team Returns From Road Trip with Split

Men’s Basketball Team Loses Heartbreaker after Impressive Rally/No. 4 Men’s Lacrosse Team Moves to 2-0 with 22-4 Win

Albion man facing 17 felonies after drug raid in Orleans County * Police chase through Batavia ends with a man in custody * Warsaw man arrested on Batavia warrant for alleged threats

March 10, 2018

Trevyan Rowe is a 14 year old missing child with autism and may be in need of medical attention

GCC Student and Local Retiree Collaborate on a New Weekly Program

Local Author will speak at Hoag Library in April

Impaired Driving Crackdown runs March 16-18, 2018

GCC Men’s Basketball Team Punches Ticket to Region Final Four with Win Over Saints

Second defendant in East Main Street assault found guilty * Murder suspect in Perry waives his preliminary hearing * Albion couple accused of child sex abuse with more victims emerging

WROTB and Batavia Downs Gaming are perfectly positioned with existing infrastructure to deliver a sports betting platform to customers

The focus group will be held March 27, 2018 Noon – 1 pm Oakfield Town Hall

A Jury of 12 has found 26 year old Anthony Spencer Jr. of Batavia guilty on all counts

Monday, April 9, 2018 8:15 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. at GCC Conable Technology Building, Room T102

“All my life, I’ve fought to change perceptions and dispel myths—for myself, my family and my Rochester community,” Ash said

Cougar Swimmers Break More Records on Second Day of NJCAA Nationals

Teen jailed for school shooting threat in LeRoy * Investigators search for a motive in Perry murder case * Victims emerge during investigation in an Albion couple’s alleged sex abuse

NJCAA National Champion GCC Men’s Soccer Ring Ceremony Live-Streamed March 8/Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced

Cougar Swimmers Complete First Day of NJCAA Nationals

Murder in Perry lands a former lawmen in lock up * Scottsville Woman faces felony in LeRoy for DWI with three kids * Batavia Troopers alert of new Bank text message scam

Genesee County Sheriff’s Deputies will be visiting schools on a regular basis and assist during school safety drills.

Page’s vehicle almost hit two vehicles on Route 5 near Stafford, was driving in the wrong lane and went off the road numerous times.

Deputies found that Cabrera-Lopez had his driving privileges revoked on at least 10 different occasions

Calabrese was accused of being intoxicated and was taken into custody for DWI

Dr. Priester has been operating as interim dean since the summer of 2017 when his predecessor retired.

Men’s Lacrosse Team Scores Double-Digit Middle Frames to Rally Over MCC

GCC is pleased to host the Virtual Business Trade Fair on Thursday, March 22, 2018.

“Facebook Marketing” will be the subject of a small business workshop to be hosted the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce on March 14.

15th consecutive year on list; region climbs to #2 among 575 micropolitans

Former kindergarten teacher in Brockport pleads guilty to child porn charge * Flu rates on the decline after tripling previous cases recorded * 100 year old home is lost to an early morning fire in Batavia

Fortunately the number of reported cases is beginning to slow, however there is typically a second peak during flu season.

Poole was ordered to be held without bail and Champlin was held in lieu of $25,000 bail.

On Saturday, March 10, 2018 GCC’s Nurse’s Club will host a community Easter Basket Assembly event at the Dr. Bruce A. Holm Upstate MedTech Centre.

Fire crews face tight quarters in structure fire on Columbia Ave * Lockport man arrested on felony drug and gun charges, with five kids in the car *

On March 10th at 10:30 am the sixth ward and first ward will have a neighborhood meeting open to the public for any concerns.

He was charged with second degree Harassment and remanded to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $1,000 bail.

Conway was allegedly told to stay away and leave before being arrested

Batavia Police allegedly discovered an amount of marijuana in the vehicle that Burns was operating.

“Libraries are such an integral party of communities across New York State, and it is saddening to hear that some state leaders propose to cut library aid in our budget,” Hawley said.

Call the Parish Office at 585-343-1796 to Reserve your table, families and businesses welcome.

The airman is a 2017 graduate of Alexander Central School, Alexander, N.Y.

Pete and Kristy give of their time and talents in many leadership roles.

The Herricks were celebrated for their tireless support of the Wyoming County 4-H, Junior Holstein Club and Dairy Princess activities.

Break Down of Batavia’s Police Blotter * Buffalo Bills legend Jim Kelly says cancer isn’t going to slow him down * Congratulations to the Elba Lancers Girls team on another championship

Congressman calls 1366 technologies into question * Maple Street man jailed for prison contraband * Congratulations to the Elba Lancers Girls

The Committee voted to endorse Congressman Collins during their meeting on Thursday in Warsaw.

GCC Softball Begins First of Several Community Clinics at Richard C. Call Arena/NJCAA Region-III Releases Men’s Basketball’s Division-II Playoff Brackets

“These are the kinds of political games Albany politicians and the governor play with people’s livelihood,” Hawley said.

1366 technologies withdraws from STAMP Park deal * Two year old incident leads to a Liberty Street woman’s arrest * Jury deliberations continue in Percoco corruption case

We are still under a Travel Advisory as you may encounter hazardous conditions. If you must drive, please plan ahead, provide yourself with extra time, and drive safely.

“We are obviously very disappointed by the news from 1366 Technologies, but understand the business decision.”

Spokesperson for 13-66 Laureen Sanderson told The Batavian The company has decided to build the first full scale factory aboard.

The advisory for no unnecessary travel was lifted at around 10 this morning.

Rice is a 2017 graduate of Clarence High School, Clarence, N.Y.

Use your best judgment to determine if driving is prudent and allow for adjustments to your schedule to ensure a safe commute or simply avoid unnecessary travel.

Sheriff’s issue Travel Advisories for Genesee and Livingston * Liberty Street woman arrested for Identity Theft * Buffalo Bills Hall of Fame Quarterback Jim Kelly has cancer again

List of City of Batavia Plumbers who have obtained their 2018 Plumbing Renewal License

Thompson Goes Over 1000 in Cougars Second-Consecutive Triple-Digit Win * Lady Cougars End Regular Season with Double-Digit WNYAC Win

Marconi Becomes Double Signee for Soccer and Lacrosse * Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced

GCASA granted nearly $2 million for areas first detox facility * Lawmakers in Albany debate gun reform legislation * Forecasters say the area could be in for a foot of snow

City fire crews quickly extinguished what was left of the fire.

Rising child-care costs a major burden for parents/Provides $225 million in new tax relief for middle-class families

Amherst man arrested in Thruway stand-off identified as court officer * Consultant tells County a new jail is needed in Genesee * Byron man busted for allegedly stolen steel

47 year old Nancy Mordenga of Hilton, 35 year old Nefetiria Turner and 30 year old Kendra Thomas of Batavia were all charged with 3rd degree Bail Jumping

Both Covis and Marano accepted a plea deal on misdemeanor counts of Petit Larceny and Falsifying Business Records.

The goal of the program is to educate the students on the “real Life” dangers of heroin and opiate use.

The Sheriffs Office would like to remind local residents NOT to provide personal or medical information over the telephone.

Wednesday, March 7, 2018 from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m.

Invites members of the public to share concerns and ideas

Stand off on the thruway with a possibly suicidal suspect ends without injury * Council approves hiring recommended search firm from Cincinnati * The Buffalo Bills are picking up a veteran cornerback

He was allegedly found in possession of a suspected crack pipe and other drug paraphernalia and was showing signs of drug impairment.

There will be a primary, and I plan on being your next Congressman.

Search committee makes recommendation for firm to handle City Manager search * Elba man stopped for speeding now faces felony drunk driving charge * Dellinger Ave man turns himself in after domestic disturbance

Police patrols to increase around Batavia City Schools * Evans Street woman busted for drugs after being taken in on a bench warrant * Dog abuser sent to prison

Seegar is accused of grabbing a 13 year old child by the back of the neck during a verbal altercation

He allegedly crashed into an embankment after failing to negotiate a curve on Councilhouse Road on the Reservation.

Barbara Ferrando of Summit Street and Michael Jackson Jr. of State Street were arrested in separate incidents

Deputies allegedly found Mock in possession of heroin, hydrocodone pills, both powder and crack cocaine and marijuana.

Kirisits is Latest Women’s Lacrosse Edition/Nanako Shiozawa (Japan) and Ferran Martinez (Spain) Althlete’s of the Week

Students report Threat of Violence at another area school * Wyoming Corrections Officer behind bars for allegedly taking bribes from inmates * Judge gives Batavia woman final chance to avoid prison

The Batavia Development Corp received support across the board from City Council members during their latest budget workshop.

Tourt said that they are planning on replacing between 40 and 60 trees this year.

Judge Zambito sentenced her to shock probation and said this was her last chance and the next step would be state prison.

The club’s rich history of performing community service projects for the children of the Batavia community has left its mark in a variety of ways.

Provides $1.4 million in tax relief for local racetrack and gaming facility

Men’s Basketball Team Falls to No. 13 MCC/Lady Cougars Fall to No. 1 MCC

Batavia man sent to prison for stabbing in the City * Rochester man adds to prison time for Batavia Bank robbery * Tops says vendors have no reason to worry

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 from 8:15 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

Tompkins Insurance Agencies announces Kevin Robertson has been promoted to assistant vice president, personal lines supervisor.

U.S. Air Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Tyler J. Sabo earned distinction as an honor graduate.

Per Dansville PD – Evan Sinsebox has been located.

Student under investigation for making threats at BOCES in Batavia * Livingston County Law Enforcement search for missing teen * Council President is a real hot shot

The BOCES student is currently undergoing a mental health evaluation in Buffalo

Three arrested for scuffle on Center Street in the city * Couple accused of using coke and driving with their infant from Attica * Burglary in Batavia lands an Otis Street man in lock up

Cougars Finish Second and Fourth in Swimming Regionals

Second Day of Regional Swimming Competition Completed at MCC

Men’s Basketball Team Rallies from Double-Digits Late in Second Half for Comeback Win/Lady Cougars Post Back-to-Back Seventy-Point Performances

Bloomberg expects Tops to Bottom Out * Batavia parents arrested for driving infant from Attica on drugs * Troop A takes in an Alden woman under Leandra’s Law

Ferran Martinez, Joan Ferrer and Brandon Brown were a part of both record-setting relays.

Batavia Sex Offender attempts to back out of sentencing deal * Henrietta Swim Coach cat-fished by Police pretending to be teen girl * Erie County contractor will spend weekends in jail for the next four months

Both students were transported to hospitals for evaluation, and this investigation is continuing.

St. Paul Lutheran Church will be hosting the special training event for community congregation leaders tomorrow, February 17th at 10 a.m.

‘McMurray is an experienced businessman, dedicated public servant, and Western New York native.’

Genesee & Orleans residents encouraged to apply

Man is accused of using a cell phone to take photos under the clothes of a person while at Walmart

The Genesee County Sheriff’s Office was invited to present Civilian Response to Active Shooter Events (CRASE) training

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