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
Severe Thunderstorm Watch * Troopers identify victim of fatal crash in Town of Alabama * Muckdogs Home Opener tonight
Home opener tonight against West Virginia Black Bears
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
Fatal accident in Basom * Darien Center woman charged with fraud * Muckdogs win in Auburn
Maple St fire leads to Arson and attempted murder charge * Darien center woman charged with fraud * Muckdogs drop season opener
Police ask community for help to determine how much money was diverted
Maple St Fire labeled arson, man held on attempted murder charge, woman injured
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.
Press Release: On Friday, June 15, 2018 at or about 12:42AM, the Batavia Police Department and City of Batavia Fire Department responded to the report of an active house fire at 35 Maple St. A female located on scene believed her children were still in the residence. Officers from the Batavia Police Department and the […]
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
Last Picture Show rental closes in Batavia * Oliver’s moves candy making to Elba * Attica man charged with violent domestic
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
Severe Thunderstorm Watch posted * Cuomo maintains lead over Nixon * Muckdogs manager on new season
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
Health Dept. reminds everyone about how dangerous rabies can be and what you can do to prevent exposure to you, your family and your pets.
Council approves funds for more video surveillance cameras * Fire strikes twice in Bergen duplex * School bus cameras proposed
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
Governor Andrew Cuomo is launching a bus tour aimed at rallying lawmakers towards a so-called “red flag” gun bill. Speaking in the Bronx outside of Evander Childs High School this morning, Cuomo called the issue of school shootings an ongoing social crisis. He previously announced his desire to see a law that would empower police, […]
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
Batavia Police renew request for an armored assault vehicle * Council to considered more police surveilance cameras *
“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
Batavia Police to ask Council for more surveillance cameras * Farmer’s Market opens downtown * Bills boost parking prices for buses
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
Deputies proposed as SROs in Alexander, Pavilion and Pembroke * Assemblyman proposes NYS pays for research into Lyme disease vaccine * Wayne Co man arrested for driving on Darien Lake sidewalk
Troopers arrested driver for DWI, passenger for obstruction
Schenectady area Assemblyman Angelo Santabarbara introduces a bill to aid development of Lyme disease vaccine
Deputies to become SROs in Alexander, Pavilion and Pembroke
“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
Attica man held for violent domestic incident * Fur people hurt at Newstead Auto Auction * Justify arrives at Belmont
Customer Service that wins sales the subject of Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business Workshop on June 13.
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
Gypsy scammers target two local homes * Mt Morris man pleads not guilty in death of toddler * GCEDC considers $100,000 in tax breaks
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
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