Man Indicted in Rochester for 3 Stabbings Deaths, People Crashing Into Businesses in Rochester to Burglarize Latest Fad, Thruway Set to Raise Tolls and Comptroller Says Its a bad Idea, Rabies Clinic Set for Feb. 9th, Batavia SemiPro Football, Mammoth Sale Starting

Confusion resulted from Governor Hochul’s budget proposal * Stay indoors today if possible * Dahlin travels to Florida instead of Thompson

Wind Chill Advisory In GLOW Region, Teen Sentenced for 5 Armed Robberies, Hochul Open to Changing Bail Reform, Tenney Introduces Legislation to Block Men From Competing In Women’s Sports, Nursing Home Workers Demand Better Working Conditions, Volunteers for Animals Fundraising Vendor Fair, Dahlin Going to All Star Game After Thompson Injured, Red Cross Offering Incentives for Donations

Batavia man returns to jail * Woman who drove through a police barricade pleads guilty * Debit and credit card skimming scams

New Budget for New York State Unveiled, 227 Billion Dollar Budget Includes Changing Bail Reform, SUNY Schools Require DEI Course to Graduate, Richmond Memorial Library Offering Free Wifi Hotspots and Tax Help, Sabre Lose to Hurricanes 5-1, Below Zero Temperatures and Wind Chill To Hit WNY

Batavia man violates terms of probation * Missing Albion man * Bikini Rally for the Pink Fund is Saturday

A Third Person Has Died from the Stabbings in Henrietta In Early January, Hochul Vetoes Grieving Families Act, The Muckdogs Are Releasing Their Schedule, Bill Introduced to Raise Speed Limit to 70 MPH, Damar Hamlin Starts CPR Challenge,

Former parochial educator charged with sexual conduct against a child * Batavia man charged with gang assault * Emergency SNAP benefit allotments are coming to an end

Former St Paul Lutheran School Principal Indicted For Sexual conduct Against a Child, 73 Year Old Wyoming County Man Pleads Guilty to Sexual Conduct With a 6 Year Old, Buffalo Class Action Lawsuit Over Fluoride In The Water, Rochester Teens Steal and Crash Hyundai, Extra SNAP Benefits to End March 1st, Bills Send 3 More Players to Pro Bowl

Batavia woman arrested * Brockport man arrested in Batavia for drug possession * Names of two people who died in a wrong-way crash released

The Albion Lift Bridge Removed, Buffalo Complex Location and Structure Changed, Hamlin Posts Video For First Time Speaking to Public, 6 More Weeks of Winter According to Buffalo Bert, Sabres Lose Last Game on Road Trip 3-2 to Minnesota, Eagles and Chiefs Set to Play in Super Bowl 57

Teens Who Carjacked School Worker in Parking Lot Also Involved in Stealing Car With Little Kids Inside, Sheriffs Office Awards and Commendations, GO ART! Hosting Celebration of Life For James Owen and Renaming Library, Try Hockey For Free at David McCarthy Memorial Ice Arena, HLOM Events

Oakfield woman sentenced to prison * Rochester woman arrested for allegedly murdering her one-year-old son * Ways to avoid getting scammed by a phony parking ticket

Rochester Teacher Carjacked in School Parking Lot, Canadian Woman Pleads Guilty to Trying to Kill Trump, Mother Charged With Killing 1 Year Old Child, Rochester General Hospital Nurses Striking, Buffalo Museum Collecting Blizzard of 2022 Memorabilia, NY Dept of Taxation and Finance Reminds New Yorkers You Can File For Free, Boat Show in Rochester, The US is Rooting for the Bengals to Make It to The SuperBowl, Sabres Beat Jets 3-2

Attica Correctional Facility staff injured * Oakfield man pleads guilty to child rape * Town of Batavia is being sued

Wyoming County Winter Weather Advisory Till Friday 11AM, Hochul Refuses to Rehire Workers After Mandate Struck Down, Magistrate Stops Lawsuit Against Bellavia, City Centre Concourse Mall Market Accepting Applications, Allen and McDermott Named As Finalists For MVP and Coach of the Year, Sabres Playing Jets

Buffalo man indicted in teenager’s death * Winter storm warning in effect * Buffalo man faces 25 years in prison

Winter Weather Advisory, Cornerstone Pastor Suing AG Letitia James, Motorcycle Driver Indicted for Manslaughter, Over 200 Cars Stolen In Rochester, Batavia Save-A-Lot Gives Groceries to Catholic Charities, Batavia PD Raise Money for Cancer Assistance, Sabres Beat the Blues 5-3, Dave Matthews Band In Darien In June

Robbery interrupted by police * Superintendent Smith’s contract extended * Corfu woman ordered to return $183,000

Hochul high Approval Rating, Corfu Woman Sentenced for Fake African Orphanage Fraud Scheme, Alex Vetz New Head Coach at Batavia High School Football Program, OFA Hosting Healthy Aging Event, Gas Update, Bishop Clark Funeral Arrangements Announced, Sabres Beat Stars in OT 3-2, Allen Will Not Get Elbow Surgery,

Stafford man indicted on charges of sexual abuse of children * Corfu man indicted on charges of assault * General Motors investing millions in their Rochester plant

Genesee SnoPackers Recognized for Heroism During Snowstorm, Batavia Man Indicted for Child Sex Abuse, Downs Adds 2 New Events Feb and March, Rochester Former Bishop Clark Passes, Sabres Win Over Ducks 6-3, Bills Lose to Bengals 27-10

Cassandra Elmore Fails to Appear for Court Again, 3 Arraigned After 14 Kilos of Cocaine Found In Their Rented Garage, Hamlin Still on Oxygen and Has Long Recovery Ahead of Him, Java With Joe to Feature Presentation on Frank Lloyd Wright Buffalo House, 40 Buffalo Snow Plows Named by the Public

Another tax cap increase considered for City of Batavia * Jim Owen passed yesterday * LeRoy ambulance fundraiser continues

Wyoming County Winter Weather Advisory, Jim Owen, The Mayor Of Redfield Parkway Passes, Man With a Gun Prompts Rochester School Lockdown, Batavia Manager Proposes Raising Tax Cap Again, Hochul Wants to Take Your Gas Stoves, Gas and Electric Utility Refund Program To Pay Out 672 Million Dollars, Sabres Win in OT Against Islanders 3-2

Amish farmer faces felony predatory sexual assault charges * Solar farm proposed to the Town of Batavia * Gates police continue their search for driver in hit-and-run fatal

Winter Weather Advisory for Orleans, Wyoming and Genesee Counties, 12th Annual Shooting For a Cure Basketball Game, 19th Annual Agriculture Dinner at Alexander Fire Hall, Office Of Fire Prevention and Control Protecting Firefighters From Cancer, Independent Living of the Genesee Region Presenting at Buffalo Expo, Hamlin Coming to Bills Facilities Every Day, Sabres to Retire Ryan Miller’s Number

Jailed Batavia man indicted on another felony charge * New ARC GLOW Public Relations Director * Wyoming County officials believe Thruway closures during storms create more dangerous conditions

BBB Warns of Parking Ticket Scam, More an More People Are Overdosing from Opioids, Wyoming County Asking State to Reassess Policies Leading to Thruway Closures Radon Testing Month, John Roth Named Pegula COO, NFL Releases Ticket Details for Potential Kansas City Buffalo Game

Batavia man sentenced to his 4th state prison term * Bennington man to serve 2 jail terms for stealing from his parents * Rochester Police release the name of Burger King employee killed by gunfire

Buffalo Nun Stops Ladder Climbing Thieves, Congresswoman Tenney and NY Republicans Introduce SERVE Act, Crossroads House Gala and Stars, TVFCU Drive Thru Closed Due to Water Pipe Burst, Sabres Lose to Panthers 4-1, Bills Tickets Going For a Premium

State Supreme Court overrules state mandate * Burger King employee killed in Rochester * Buffalo police make an arrest in the Kensington Avenue shooting

Burger King Employee Shot Dead in Rochester, Egg Prices High, 100 Acre Distribution Center Planned for Pembroke, Buffalo City Hall Puts Up Bills Banners, Bills Win Playoff Wild Card Game 34-31, Sabres Win Against Predators 5-3

Sheriffs Looking For Dispatchers, Child Falls From Bristol Ski Lift, Man Who Killed Parents Wednesday Has History of Violence, Stuff the Cruiser Gets Gifts to More Than 450 Kids, Batavia City Schools Students Art Display at GO ART!

Alexander man convicted of child pornography distribution * Winter weather advisory for Orleans County * Teenager who initially avoided prison has now been sentenced

Winter Weather Advisory in Orleans County, Car Stolen in Fairport Used in Crimes, Small Children Returned After Car Stolen With Them Inside, Hochul Opens Lake Placid World University Games, Sports Betting In NY is Highest in the Nation, Highmark Stadium New Menu Items, Sabres Lose to Jets 4-2

Batavia man sentenced to 35 years in prison * Young couple charged after 2-year-old ingests fentanyl * Local man indicted on rape charges

Supreme Court Allows Gun Control Law to Be Enforced While in Court, Shooting at Franklin In Rochester Spurs Resource Officer Review, Health Department Seeking Information About Dog, Genesee Valley Wind Ensemble Concert January 22nd, Hamlin Discharged to Home, Bills Players Activated for Practice

Batavia man sentenced to prison for failing to help his wife * Parolee indicted for choking local woman * Rochester man on trial for January 6th involvement

Teachers at Rochester School Say Gang Violence is a big Problem, Edwards Vacuum Asks For Incentives For Project at STAMP, Hochul Proposes Several Agricultural Boons for NYS, Hochul Promises Annual Minimum Wage Hikes, High Demand Leads to Scams For Buffalo Playoff Tickets, Sabres Lose to Kraken 4-3

Area residents sentenced for animal cruelty * City Council approves police contract * Rochester School District employees on paid administrative leave

CompassCare Hires Private Investigators After Saying FBI Refused to Investigate Firebombing, 3 Staff on Leave After School Shooting Video Leaked, Hamlin Back in Buffalo, American Red Cross Offering Super Bowl Tickets for Blood Donations, Bills First Playoffs Set Against Dolphins, Lawmakers Weight Electric Buildings After Winter Storms, Sabres Shutout Against Flyers, Batavia PD Beat FD 5-2 in Charity Hockey Match

Former Attica inmate is sentenced to more prison time * LeRoy man arrested and charged * Concerns regarding the newest coronavirus variant

Hamlin Talking Online and Selling T-Shirts, Child Rapist Pleads Guilty to Darien Lake Crime, Brian Cousins New Chamber President, Batavia Downs First Winter Races in Decades, Sabres Beat Wild 6-5, Bills Beat Patriots 35 to 23 with 2 Kickoff Return Touchdowns

Bills Radio Announcer John Murphy Stroke, Death Toll For Winter Storm Elliot Reaches 44 In Western NY, Canadian Man Pleads Guilty to Smuggling Illegal Aliens, Hochul Announces Air National Guard General Promoted to Major General, Mall Market to Return With Some Tweaks

Batavia Post Office is hiring * Senator Borello is sworn in * Blizzard made things worse for USS The Sullivans

Police Investigating After Shots Fired At School In Rochester, Hamlin Communicating and Asked About the Game, Blizzard Damaged Ships At Buffalo Naval Park, Bengals Bills Game Will Not Be Rescheduled, BBB Of Western PA and Upstate NY Warn of Scams Around Hamlin Charity, Tage Thompson Selected for NHL All Star Game

Firefighters and Police face-off in hockey this Sunday * County needs about $80,000 more for new jail * Albion man sentenced to jail for road rage incident

Buffalo Attorney Suspended for 3 Years, Batavia Downs has Record Year, Febrewary Set for February 25th, Richmond Memorial Library Hosts Virtual Event About the Discovery of Lost Art, NFL Weighing Options for Bengals Bills Game Reschedule, NYers Bet 8000% More Money in 2022

Perry Police arrest a registered sex offender * Catalytic converter thief caught * State Lawmakers return to work

Bills and All NFL Teams Ask For Prayers for Hamlin, Wyoming County Man Arrested for Rape and Kidnapping, Pair Pleads Guilty to Animal Cruelty, Buffalo Mayor Announces New Fleet Director Position, Assemblyman Steve Hawley Re-Appointed as Deputy Minority Leader, Sabres Win 5-4 Over Capitals

Unemployment rate holds steady * No more gas tax holiday * Bills players ask for prayers

Woman Accused of Abandoning Dog, NY State Legalizes Human Composting, Worst Counties for Life Expectancy Rated, Divorce Leads to Lawsuit, I90 Thruway Stops Lose McDonalds, Bills Player Collapses Causing Game to Be Canceled

Batavia man faces additional felony charges * Woman involved in North Carolina murder arrested in Batavia * Governor Hochul sworn in

Hochul To Be Officially Sworn In New Year’s Day, Red Flag Law Struck Down Again, Bianca’s Law Makes It Illegal To Share Pics of Victims

Batavia man charged again with contempt of court * Major flooding is not expected * Poloncarz apologizes

Brown and Poloncarz at Odds about Snow Removal, Buffalo Officially Reopens, Vaccine For Fentanyl, New Law Reimburses Organ Donors, Bills Say They Didn’t Get Escort Back to Buffalo, Sabres Beat Red Wings 6-3

Batavia woman faces animal torture charges * Man seriously injured in Oakfield accident * Reimbursement eligibility from three day power loss

Hochul Directs State Agencies to Be ready For Floods, 37 Confirmed Dead So Far After Storm Elliot, Genesee County Uses Grant Money for Healthier Neighborhoods, State Ups Rewards and Punishments for COVID Fraud, Single Use Marriage Officiant Licenses, NY to Build Bigger Batteries

Man awaiting sentencing in double-murder now faces more charges * Wegmans recalls three products * Clean up from the blizzard continues

U of R Medical Campus in Batavia Shut Down by Burst Pipes, BPD Task Force to Find Looters, Death Toll of Winter Storm Elliot Grows to 28, National Grid has Restored 98 Percent of Customers Power

Batavia man arrested * Batavia woman charged with petit larceny * Federal aid for Genesee County

Buffalo Hit With Over 4 Feet Of Snow in Storm, 5 Floors Were Flooded At Strong Memorial Hospital After a Standpipe Leak, I90 Back in Service, Rochester Area Agencies Help in Buffalo, Sno Seekers Help With Cold Weather Equipment, Bills Land in Rochester After Win Over Bears, Sabres Game Postponed

At Least 27 Dead Following Winter Storm Elliot, Travel Bans Lifted but I-90 Closed, Good Samaritans Help Hundreds Over Weekend, National Guard Deployed to Buffalo and Western NY

State of Emergency Rescinded. Travel ban lifted

Travel Ban in some areas of the county; Travel Advisory in others

Blizzard Continues, Updates to Thruway Closures and Warming Centers, Closings and Cancelations, The Gas Tax Suspension is Set to Expire

Travel ban in effect until further notice


December 23, 2022

Blizzard Warning for Genesee County * Travel conditions deteriorate by the hour * Authorities urge no unnecessary travel

Blizzard Warning, Closures and States of Emergency, Hamburg Neighborhood Evacuated, City of Rochester State of Emergency, State Lawmakers Give Themselves Raise, Viral Puppeteer On National Cooking Show

City and Cou8nty buildings will close on Friday

Oakfield man sentenced * Stafford man sentenced * New law makes salary transparency mandatory

2 Arrested After Stealing from Dicks, Rochester’s West Side Boiling Water After Water Main Break, GLOW4BABIES Holds Christmas Candlelight Vigil Outside Batavia Planned Parenthood, 85 Year Old Woman Crashes Into Burger King in Lockport, 540,000 Dollars Awarded to Genesee County for YMCA and UMMC Construction Project, 2nd Staff Member at Monroe Children’s Detention Center Arrested, 4 Bills Selected for Pro Bowl, Friday’s Sabres Game Rescheduled Due to Weather

Judge steps down over posts she made on Facebook * Childcare access is expanded * Major winter storm creates travel challenges for the holiday weekend

Winter Storm Watch for The Weekend, Children’s Pain Meds In Short Supply, Buffalo and Rochester Suing Gun Manufacturers and Dealers, Fire in Pavilion, Chevy Recalling Bolt Cars for Fire Risk, Girls Flag Football Possibly Coming to Batavia City Schools In the Spring, Byron Bergen Distributes Gifts and Food to Families

Police searching for a missing 12-year-old girl * School board approves projects * Major winter storm predicted for later this week

Ponzi Scheme Architects Sentenced, Winter Storms In Time for Christmas, NYS Legislators Planning to Vote Themselves a Pay Raise, No Combustion Heating After 2025, Lockport Votes to Put Ambulances Back on the Road, Pot Stores Still Not Allowed to Sell in Western NY, Sabres Beat Golden Knights 3-2

Batavia woman arrested for petit larceny * State grant money available to schools in the GLOW region for pre-kindergarten * Gas prices continue to drop

3 Arrested After Cell Phone Armed Robbery in Gates, Porch Pirating Hits All Time High, Batavia City Schools Get Grant For Suicide Prevention, Wreaths Across America Holds Ceremony at Western NY National Cemetery, Brennan Briggs Steps Down at Batavia Coach, Bills Get Postseason Spot With 32-29 Win Over Dolphins

Lake Effect Snow Warning, Local Schools Getting Money For PreK Programs, SJFU Student Who Went Missing Abroad Found, Woman Arrested For Dog Eating Drugs Misses Court Again

Batavia woman misses another court date * Southwestern Genesee County likely to get the most snow * Batavia schools receives grant to support youth suicide prevention services

Winter Weather Advisory, Lots of Accidents Thursday, Rochester PD Looking For Person Who Crashed Rental Truck Into Store, Hochul Bans Retail Sales of Certain Pets, Genesee County Gets New Forest Rescue Equipment, Bills Looking for Playoff Spot Saturday, Sabres Beat Avalanche 4-2

Batavia man pleads not guilty * This season’s first pediatric flu death in the state * Snow tomorrow and Saturday

WEGO Under Winter Weather Advisory and Watch, Rap Video Shooting Kills 1 and Injures 5, Man Arrested for Burglary at Susan B Anthony House, Taylor Pleads Not Guilty to October Random Stabbing, Accident Involving 4 Children in Stafford, Last Weekend for Mall Market This Year, Batavia PD Promotes Lindsay to Sergeant, Buffalo Ranks in Top 3rd of Most Fun cities in US, NFL OK’s Lease for Highmark Stadium and New Stadium

Right-wing extremist pleads guilty on illegal firearms charge * Jailed Batavia man is arrested again * Buffalo man sentenced for 40+ year-old murder case

Wyoming and Livingston Counties Under Winter Weather Advisory, 5 Shot in Rochester Mass Shooting, Former Nurse Sentenced to 3 Years for Stealing Drugs, 5 Western NY Men Arrested for Child Porn, Drive High Get a DUI Starting Today, Batavia Community Garden Plot Rentals, Cole Beasley Returns to the Bills, Sabres Go 6 and 0 Against LA Kings

Subaru Ascent recall * Two Medina residents arrested and charged in Batavia * Registered Republican voters are now in third place

Batavia Man Arrested for Attempting to Destroy Evidence, GCASA Announces New Director of Recovery Services, Fire at Koolatron Building, Danville Balloon Festival Canceled, 4 Girls From Western NY Singing In NYC, Dinosaurs Take Over Buffalo Niagara Convention Center, Sabres Play Kings Tonight

Man drowns in Erie Canal * Batavia residents arrested and charged * Hamlin man convicted on charges of child pornography

2 Rochester Firefighters Suspended for Pot on the Job, 17 Cars Stolen From Gates Rental Agency, Gas Down Again, Students Learn about the Construction Site in Pembroke, Bills Win Over Jets 20-12, Sabres Drop Second Straight Game to Penguins 3-1

New Laws About Gift Cards, New Law Requires Workplaces to Accommodate Breastfeeding and Pumping, GO Health Wants Businesses to Install Naloxone Boxes, Byron Bergen Teams All Achieve Scholar Athlete Status, Emmanuel Baptist Church Christmas Cantata and Free Meal, Sabres Lose to Penguins 4-3

The man behind the wheel of the minivan in Law Street accident has turned himself in * Pike man in trouble for allowing his dog to attack a sheriff * Poverty rates are down across the GLOW region

New York Gun Law is Upheld for Now, Genesee County Proposal to Pay Coroners For Transporting Dead Bodies, Pike Man Charged for Setting Dog on Police Officers, County and Municipalities Hoping for 88 Million Dollars from New Solar Project, Hawley Says Fire Departments Can Get Up to 90 Million Dollars in Grants, Guillermo Del Toro Says He Loves Buffalo, New Flag Shows Where Midfield in New Stadium Will Be

Akron man sentenced to 30 years in prison * Governor Hochul has recommendations for all New Yorkers * Sabres win big before they travel back home

Schools Say No to New Mask Mandates, No Cannabis Licenses for Western NY, Araiza Not Charged in Rape While at San Diego, 4-H Tractor Safety Program Runs Through June, GCASA Opioid and Naloxone Training, Genesee Chorale Performing Saturday, Bills Defensive Player Von Miller Out With Torn ACL, Sabres Beat Blue Jackets 9-4

Batavia man faces possible sentence of life in prison * Batavia woman arrested on drug charges * State Departments of Education and Health suggest re-masking in public through the holidays

New Law Adds Hate Speech Reporting to Social Media, Arcade Fire Brings Over 100 Firefighters to Hay Building, Rochester Woman Arrested for Robbery Does it Again 30 Minutes After Release, Shop With a Cop Saturday, STOP DWI Honored Officers and Poster Contest Winner, Genesee County Inter-Agency Council Gives First Lifetime Achievement Award to Esther Leadley, New Anti-Telemarketer Law Requires You to Speak to Them

Traffic stop in LeRoy leads to two arrests * Investigation continues into accident in Warsaw * Governor Hochul signs ‘Do Not Call’ legislation

Rochester Shooting Leaves 2 Kids Shot, Former Lt Gov. Benjamin Charges Dropped, Rep. Elise Stefanik Says USPS Workers Stole 20K From Her Campaign, Buffalo Council Asks For Emergency Declaration On School Transportation, Owens and Turnbull Head To Head Bartending Results, NFL Releases Bills-Dolphins Game Time

Batavia man faces serious charges * LeRoy woman arrested for petit larceny * 16 people from our region arrested during the Thanksgiving STOP DWI campaign

Both Drivers in Stable Condition After Warsaw School Crash, Fire at Auto Insurance Auction Brings Multiple Fire Departments, Gas Update, GO ART! Authors Night Thursday, Neediest Children’s Fund Seeks Donations, Sabres Beat Sharks 6-3

Trucks Crash into Warsaw Elementary, NY Health Commissioner Resigning, Gas Prices Dropping, NYS OCFS Extends Deadline for Childcare Provider Grants


December 2, 2022

Brother of man indicted for Alexander murders is sentenced to prison * Batavia man indicted on multiple felony charges * High wind watch in effect for tomorrow

High Wind Watch Saturday, DEC Allows Seneca Power To Pull Millions of Gallons of Water from Batavia Wells, Hochul Requests Proposals for Buffalo Waterfront Building, WROTB Record Revenue, Batavia Downs Looking At Expanding Hotel, Rolling Hills Asylum Gets 50K For Roof Repairs, Create-A-Critter at Genesee County Park And Forest, Rochester Mayor Grants 5 Million To Stop Violence Initiatives, Bills Beat Patriots 24-10, Sabres Lose to Avalanche 6-4

Batavia man indicted on attempted murder charges * Batavia man charged with grand larceny * Number of new COVID cases in our region on the increase

Teens Accused of Bringing Gun to Rochester School, Buffalo Teacher’s Federation Asks For No Confidence Vote in Superintendent, Claudia Tenney Elected to Republican Policy Committee, 400 Without Power During Windstorm, Lots Going On In LeRoy Christmas Celebration Saturday, Batavia BOCES Restores Middle School Bells, Batavia United Hockey Team Wins First Game 6-1, Sabres Win Over Detroit 5-4

Female inmates expected to file suit against the state * Attica man is charged * Homeless woman tries to sell drugs at the County Jail

Get Trained On Naloxone Use to Save Lives, Homeless Woman Arrested for Trying to Sell Drugs At Genesee County Jail, NYS Thruway Tolls to Increase, NYS AG Files Lawsuit Against Villages of Orleans Nursing Home, Batavia High Putting on Trial of Robin Hood This Weekend, Globetrotters Set to Play in Buffalo in February

Batavia man’s trial begins * Electric bills could be 40% higher this winter * Wind advisory in effect for most of the GLOW region

Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties Wind Advisory, Wyoming County Winter Weather Advisory, Devon Wright Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison, Former Geneseo Police Officer Pleads Not Guilty to Threatening Woman to Get Sex While On Duty, Wyoming County Man Killed By Bulldozer, Sabres Lose to Lightning 6-5

Gendron pleads guilty * Man and woman from Batavia charged after drug raid * Batavia man charged with grand larceny

Christmas Tree Prices Up 13 Percent, Gas Down 4 Cents, Batavia News Publishers Compete At GO ART! for Best Bartender December 3rd, Pembroke Dragons State Champions After Win Over Groton 38-18, Annual Service of Remembrance at First Presbyterian December 7th , Food Drive for 3 Downtown Batavia Churches Free Food Programs, 20th Annual Genesee Society of Model Engineers Open House, Sabres Play Tampa Bay Lightning Tonight at 7

Greece Police Release Names in Mosely Rd Shooting, Medina Police Drug Bust, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday set to Break Shopping Records, Sabres Lose to Devils 3-1

Batavia Police want to question minivan driver * Four arrested in Medina for selling guns and drugs * Police searching for missing RIT student

Greece Police Investigating Deadly Shooting, Minivan Driver Sought After Crash That Cut Power to Hundreds of Homes, Buffalo Looking To Offer Great Lake Cruises, 3 Charged With Drug Possession In Raid In Batavia, Buffalo Snow Removal Resumes After Worker Killed, NYS Consumer Protection Offers Holiday Shopping Tips, Buffalo Beats Lions 28-25, Sabres Play Tonight Against Devils

Missing Batavia girl found * Crash on Law Street disrupts power * Devon Wright gets 24 years

Body of missing Wyoming County man found * Batavia man sentenced to 24 years in prison * Former elementary school principal sentenced to 63 years in prison

12 Year Old Mourned After Rochester Shooting, Police Captain in Buffalo Sued for Racist Rant, Hochul Signs Anti-Terrorism Legislation, Genesee Sheriffs and LeRoy Police Participate in STOP-DWI For Thanksgiving, Batavia Downs Winter Events, Fire Officials Warn of Thanksgiving Fires, Bills Give 20,000 Dollars and Tim Hortons to Lions, Sabres Snap Los Streak with 7-2 Win Over Canadiens

County budget is passed * Hahn is denied appeal * President approves Governor Hochul’s Emergency Declaration

Missing 13 Year Old Girl, New Budget Passes In Genesee County, Biden Signs Emergency Declaration for Snow Storm, New Legislation Lets College Athletes Sell Their Name and Image, Flu Cases on the Rise, Annual Christmas Tree Cutting Starts, Batavia Blue Devils Win Championships and Other Teams Results, Wreaths Across America, Batavia Towne Center Gets Tesla Chargers, Sabres Playing Montreal Tonight

Flu case numbers continue to rise * Wind Advisory through 7:00 this evening * A reminder from the DMV to register your snowmobile annually

Wind Advisory For Genesee, Orleans and Wyoming Counties, How Much Snow Did You Get?, Gas Down Slightly, Hochul Seeks Fed Emergency Declaration, GO ART Painted Wool Exhibit, Bills Win Against Browns 31-23, Sabres Lose To Maple Leafs 5-2

Lake Effect Snow Warning Continues, 2 Dead In Erie County From Snow Storm, Schools in NYS Must Retire Native American Mascots, Logos, and Themes or Face Loss of Support, Bergen Canning Business Wins Big Prize, BOCES Graduates LPN Class, Pembroke Dragons Win Sectional Championship

Lake effect snow warning remains in place * Batavia woman arrested on charges of child sexual abuse * City of Batavia’s Mall Market is closed tomorrow

Lake Effect Snow Warning, Cancelations, WNY Catholics Get Special Dispensation, Batavia Woman Charged With Sex Abuse, Rochester Man Dead After Hit By School Bus, Byron Bergen Elementary New Principal, Bills Game Moved to Detroit

Safety tips from the Genesee County Sheriff * LeRoy woman sentenced to state prison * Albion man sentenced for attempted sexual conduct with a child

Hochul Emergency Declaration Ahead of Storm, I-90 Closed to Commercial Traffic, Notre Dame Honors Players, Marijuana Worse For Health Than Smoking, STOP-DWI Winners Honored, Community Action Harvest Dinners, Sabres Lose to Senators 4-1, Bills Players Out for Illness and Injury

Blue Devils Regional Final game postponed until Monday * City Council passes law restricting farm animals * Man jailed on rape charges now faces additional felony charges

Farm Animals Now Illegal in Batavia City Limits, Greece Police Officer Allegedly Shoots 2 Others and Herself, Cheektowaga PD Giving Away Wheel Locks to Kia Drivers, NY DMV Gives Tips For Winter Driving, Downs Gives 7500 Dollars to Make-A-Wish, Sabres Lose to Canucks 5-4, Bills Help Pay for and Distribute Thanksgiving Dinners

City School Board approves funds for additional construction costs * Winter storm watch in effect for later this week * Governor funds multi-million dollar projects in Buffalo

House Fire in Gainesville Claims 1, FBI Looking For Info Into June Compasscare Arson, Buffalo Man Charged With Smuggling Machine Guns, Winter Storm Watch Thursday-Sunday, NYS DEC Recycling Day, GO Art! New Art Installation, Group Calling Itself Moms for Josh Allen Wants People To Tell Bills QB “It’ll be ok”

Chamber of Commerce has new president * Batavia man charged with harassment * Former Pavilion resident faces charges after keeping State Police at bay for 8 hours

Judge Rules Police Have to Allow Public to See Disciplinary Records, Gas Prices Creep Higher, Batavia School Board to Discuss School Trips, Local Sports Teams Win Championships and Titles, Bills Lose to Vikings 33-30, Sabres Lose to Bruins 3-1

Rochester School Students 3 Grades Behind, Man Suing Rochester Homeless Shelter After Stabbing, Sweet Betty’s To Be Purchased, White House Suspends Loan Forgiveness, Veterans Get Pass To Parks and Lands, Josh Allen Questionable for Sunday Game

Batavia man faces additional felony charges * Tractor Supply Company may be moving to the west side of town * Country singer Thomas Rhett coming to WNY next summer

Veterans Day Events, Former School Security Guard Arrested for Child Porn, Rochester PAB Wants Union Recognition, Security Guards Called Hero For Tackling Shooter, Stuff The Cruiser Event November 19th, John Kennedy Student Rides to School in Ladder Truck, Amherst Police HAnding Out Steering Wheel Locks for Kia Owners, Sabres Fall to Golden Knights 7-4, Bills Home Game Sunday

Batavia man indicted on drug charges * Batavia man sentenced to 10 years to life in prison * Batavia man faces felony conspiracy charges

Thigpen Sentenced 10 Years to Life for Sexually Assaulting a Minor, Veterans Day Thursday Through Saturday, DEC Announces Southern Zone Deer and Bear Hunting Seasons, Person Throws Brick at FBI Office In Buffalo, Brockport Bus Driver Accused of Drunk Driving, Rochester PD Arrest Arsonist, Zeliff to be Honored With Health and Humanitarian Award at Luncheon, Riccobono Appointed Director of Emergency Communications, Elba FFA Team Wins Awards

Governor Hochul defeats Congressman Zeldin * Oakfield man held on rape charge * Seneca Nation of Indians opening a marijuana dispensary in Niagara Falls

Hochul, James, Dinapoli Declare Victory in NYS, Federal Judge Blocks Portions of NY Gun Control Law, Morelle Beats Singletary in Monroe County, Oakfield Man Charged With Rape, Powerball Prize Won In California and 3 3rd Place Prizes Sold in Western NY, Western NY Police Warn of Car Thefts, Sabres Lose 4-1 to Coyotes

Batavia man charged with conspiring to smuggle contraband into jail * Governor race is close * Two Rochester men charged when caught selling cocaine in Batavia

Election Day and Locations, Villages of Orleans Nursing Home Sued, Arrest Made After Shooting of 4 yr Old Girl, Pembroke Students Get Award from Author, 2 Rochester Men Arrested On Batavia Drug Charges, Lung Cancer Awareness Month, Tops Giving 11% Off For Military and Veterans, Free Fishing Day, Sabres New Jersey Design, Josh Allen Elbow Injury

Pavilion man held in jail following domestic violence in Batavia * Free ride offered to the polls for people with disabilities * 189 arrested for impaired driving

Woman Falls of Motorcycle in Bethany, 4 Shot in Buffalo, Independent Living Giving Rides to the Polls, Gas Prices Up, Halloween Bad Driving Crackdown Numbers, New Military Veterans Display on Main, Lotto Biggest in History, Local Sports Update, Bills Lose to Jets, Sabres Lose to Lightning

Buffalo Man Arrested After Accident and Crimes At Batavia Roundabout, Jackson Primary Student Gets Ride on Engine 11, Turnbull Heating and Air New Owner. Richmond Memorial Library Holding Food Drive, Seal Predicts Frigid Winter, Bills Injury Report Shows 3 Out for Sunday’s Game

Two Batavia residents indicted on charges of animal cruelty * Stabbing in the City lands one man in jail * Snail jungle gyms are up for auction

Man Charged In Jackson St Stabbing, Buffalo Man Convicted in 3 Murders, ALDI Announces Price Reduction on Thanksgiving Items, Powerball Jackpot Tops 1.5 Billion, Mr Baseball Dead at 92, Fire Engine 11 Delivers Student Winner to School, Genesee County Master Gardeners Collecting Children’s Books for Toys for Tots, Companies Selected to Build Bills Stadium, Buffalo Niagara Light Show

Batavia man convicted of animal cruelty * 600 new jobs coming to the region * Total lunar eclipse visible early morning on Election Day

Fog Advisory, Semi Pro Football Returns to Genesee County, Batavia Man Convicted On Animal Abuse Charges, Livingston County Police Release Name of Man Found Dead in Lakeville, CBNRP Recognizes 3 Byron Bergen Students, Study Shows 1/5 of All Deaths 20-49 Attributable to Alcohol, Daylight Saving Time Ending Could Save Lives and Money, Sabres Beat Penguins 6-3, Holland Land Office Museum Wonderland of Trees

Batavia man charged with harassment * Oak Street hotels condemned * False claim on social media about tainted candy

Fog Advisory, Zeldin Now Ahead in the Polls, Rochester Sending Warning Letters to People Seen Buying Drugs, Man Already Facing Charges Hit With Kidnapping and Assault, Man Arrested for Stealing Car, Hochul and HIggins Announce Grant For Combatting Domestic Terrorism, Zoom Buffalo MOves Hurdling Josh Allen to Fairy Cake Bakery, Buffalo Police Say Rumors of Fentanyl Laced Candy Are False, Former Alexander UMC Changes Name After Leaving Methodist Denomination, Sabres Playing Penguins, Bills Sign Nyheim Hines

Batavia man faces more charges * Data reveals percentage of residents without broadband service * The Red Cross needs donations

Crosby’s Stores Being Targeted for Robbery, Kia class Action Lawsuit, 31,000 Homes Not served or Underserved By Broadband, Red Cross Asking for Donations, Lotto Jackpot Tops 1 Billion, Disney On Ice Coming to Buffalo, Buffalo Urban League Gets 6 Million Dollar Gift From Bezos Ex Wife, Tre’Davious White Reactivated, Sabres Beat Red Wings 8-3

Batavia man jailed on rape charge * 12-year-old arrested on bank robbery charges * Tricks and treats from 4 until 9

Halloween Safety Tips, 2 Teens Shot in Buffalo, 12 Year Old Holds Up Bank, Gas Prices Go Back Up, Witches Are the Most Popular Halloween Costume Search, Powerball Lottery Tops a Billion Dollars, Rochester Book Giveaway, Town in Maine Tells Residents Not to Vote for Josh Allen, Bills Beat Packers 27-17, Sabres Beat Blackhawks 4-3,

AG James Warns about Voter Intimidation, Daylight Saving Time Next Sunday, State Dept. of Health Looking for Applications for Women’s Health Funding, FFA Pair From Pavilion Ranks 7th Nationally in Research Project, Bills Starting Packers Game Down Several Players

Batavia man accepts plea deal * Oakfield man now faces child rape charges in Wyoming County * Proposed county budget released

Kids 12 and Under Won’t Be Prosecuted for Crimes Starting in 2023, Brighton High Teacher Arrested For Child Porn, WROTB Raises Money for Breast Cancer, Tractor Trailer Crash Shuts Down I90, Batavia PD Looking For Dirt Bike Rider, Sabres Lose to Canadiens 3-2, Bills New Stadium Renderings

Batavia man in jail without bail * Rochester man charged with endangering the welfare of a Batavia child * Senator wants to update mandatory reporter law

Batavia Man Arraigned After Home Invasion, DEC and DMV Warn of Deer and Moose On The Roads, Bill That Clarifies Mandated Reporter Requirements In Senate, Rochester Anti-Panhandler Campaign, Bergen Asking County for Money, Rochester Meeting For Public Takeover of RGE, Volunteers for Animals Fundraiser, Tre’Davious White Not Playing Against Packers, Sabres On Home Ice Tonight

LeRoy man on trial for spraying bleach at dogs * Guilty plea from man who participated in nationwide Wal-Mart thefts * Drug take-back day this Saturday

TikTok Car Theft Challenge May Have Contributed to Deadly Buffalo Crash, Zeldin Hochul Debate Focused on Crime, Orleans County Opioid Pandemic, Genesee County Sheriffs and Leroy Police STOP DWI Through Halloween, Ice Arena Ice Chiller Issues, Trauma Resliency Conference at Batavia Downs, Batavia’s City Council Needs New Phones, Sabres Lose to Kraken 5-1

Batavia man charged with endangering the welfare of a child * What caused the Baskin fire still unknown * Local School Resource Officer competes on Family Feud

Money for Community Centers to Fight Gun Violence, Man Arrested for Chasing People Near TOPs, Police Investigating Buffalo Crash That Killed 4 Teens, Students Proficiency In Math and English Has Dropped Nationwide, New York Schools Rank Low in Internet Speed, Governor and Zeldin Answer Whether Kids Would Have to Be COVID Vaxxed to Go To School, Notre Dame and Batavia High Students Perform Operation Project Sticker Shock, Debate for Governor Tonight, Frontier Field May Change Its Name

Batavia woman arrested * Investigation continues into barn fire * Hochul and Zeldin debate tomorrow

Barn Fire in Bethany, Woman Charged in Nail Polish Incident Outside City Council Meeting, Zeldin Hochul Debate Set for Tuesday, National Lead Poisoning Week, Gas Prices Continue to Fall, Salman Rushdie Back on His Feet Without One Eye and One Hand, Sabres Win Over Canucks 5-1

A Rochester Woman Has Been Charged After Breaking Into the Maternity Ward at Unity Hospital, School Bus Crash in Elba Under Investigation, New Poll Shows Zeldin Leading Hochul, US Court of Appeals Puts Hold on Student Debt Relief, Downtown BID Announces Christmas in the City and Wreath Contest

Town approves two solar projects * Alabama man jailed for sexual assault against children * Woman sentenced to 20 years for killing her husband

Woman Who Killed Husband in Car Crash Sentenced, Wyoming County Man Arrested for Attempted Murder, New County Budget Includes Tax Increase and Decrease, Anti-Opioid Initiatives in Monroe County, Try Hockey For Free at David McCarthy Arena, F and M Convenience Store Grand Opening, Sabres Win Over Flames 6-3,

Corfu teen charged with grand larceny * Elderly Alexander woman dies following accident * Man sentenced to life in prison for murder of Rochester teenager

New Community Base School Curriculum, 89 Year Old Woman Dead After Accident in Alexander, New Area Code in Western NY, Genesee County Sheriff Looking to Hire New Corrections Officers, Genesee 2050 Receives Award, New Mexican Restaurants Open in Batavia, Community Will Get an Opportunity to Weigh In On New Bills Stadium, Sabres to Play Flames Tonight, Josh Allen Gets 9th Player of the Week

Batavia man sentenced for the Washington Towers fire * Investigation continues into stabbing * Consultant provides Batavia City School District with suggestions for increased efficiency

Police Investigate Stabbing on Jackson St, State AG Says TOPs Shooter Was Radicalized by Online Livestreams and Social Media, GOW Opioid Task Force Meets, Arsonist Who Set Fire at Washington Towers Sentenced, Park Rd Closed Again For Pavement Treatment, New Polls Show Zeldin and Hochul Close in Race, Independent Living Hosting Meet The Candidates Forum, Batavia Grad Honored With Buffalo Broadcaster Association Award, Spirit Air Offering Flights to Orlando, Sabres Beat Oilers 4 to 2

Cruz finally accepts plea deal * Former principal in a Hilton elementary school is back in court * Journey is coming to Buffalo next March

Cruz Accepts Plea Deal In Alexander Double Homicide Case, Hochul Signs Legislation to Combat Catalytic Converter Theft, Crash in Buffalo Sends 7 Kids to Hospital, Rath and Ryan to Debate in Tonawanda, School Board Appreciation Week, Sweet Betty’s Closing, Sabres on the Road Tonight

17-year-old faces felony charge * Former Attica inmate charged with arson * Former president Trump backs Zeldin

Lee Zeldin Gets Trump Endorsement, Student Loan Debt Relief Live, Long Island Student Dead After Stabbing at University Of Buffalo, Gas Prices Staying Steady, Warehouse Fire in Rochester, Louie Wins Weiner Dog Races at Batavia Downs, City Centre Saturday Indoor Markets, Sabres Fall to Panthers 4-3, Bills Defeat Chiefs 24-20

Two Pastors Suing State Over Gun Laws, Man Wins 1000 A Year for Life, Oakfield Halloween Decorating Contest, GO ART! Putting on Day of The Dead Celebration in Medina, Man Climbs Over Niagara Falls Wall and Falls In, Post Office Dedicated to WW 2 Veteran

Nolan plans to appeal court’s decision * Elba man back in court for probation violation * Congratulations to Shawn Elkins of Batavia

Governor Hochul signs Bill Eliminating Fees For Late Student Debt Repayment, Hochul Leads Zeldin in Latest Poll, Person In Crisis Teams Responding to Mental Health Calls, Former WROTB CEO Plans to Appeal Court Decision, New School Resource Officers, Parents Want Alternative to School Suspensions and Expulsions, Sabres Start Off Season With Win Against Senators, Bills Headed to Kansas City For Sunday Game

Medina man charged with multiple felonies * Gun laws are back in full effect * Sabres host long-time rival tonight

Appeals Judge Reinstates NY Gun Control Law in Full, Judge Dismisses Former CEO Lawsuit Against WROTB, Oakfield Man Charged with Dozens of Rapes, Starbucks Workers Strike in Buffalo, Keybank Center Food Options, Tre’Davious White Back in Practice, Sabres Sign Head Coach for Multi Year Contract, Holland Land Office to Host Surveyor

Update on the fatal crash in Royalton * Man who murdered a 19-year-old in 1978 is convicted * Oakfield man faces sex assault charges

Union at U of R Medical Center Going on Strike, Rochester PAB Trying to Fire Manager, Fentanyl Moving into Communities and Causing Deaths, DMV Says People With Peeling Plates Can Get Replacements for Free or Face Fines, Alabama Hotel Hosting Fundraiser for Woman with Cancer, Strong Museum Turns 40, Labor Department Proposal Would Affect Gig Workers

Batavia woman charged with theft * Reminder from the DMV * Deadline is Friday to register to vote in November election

At Least 2 People Shot In Front of Gubernatorial Candidate Lee Zeldin’s House, Prop 1 Clean Water, Air and Land on Ballot, Teen Falls Into Letchworth Gorge, AG James Appealing Judge Ruling That Held Up Gun Control Laws, 2 Charged With Setting Fire to Smoke Shop In Alabama, Monroe County Exec Asks For State Money to Cover Sheriffs Overtime Expenses, Improv Comedy at Haxton Library

Medina Police investigation challenged by lack of witness cooperation * Falafel recall by ALDI * GLOW region no longer in drought status

Today is a federal Holiday * Aldi’s announces recall * gas prices down 2-cents

Fall foliage update * Caledonia man indicted on charges in the death of an infant * Blood drive at Robert Morris on Tuesday

Initial resolution is accepted by the GCEDC * Man who attacked Lee Zeldin returns to court * Gladys Knight coming to Buffalo

Attica Mayor Giving Out Guns Allowed Here Signs, Rochester Agrees to 12 Million Dollar Settlement With Children of Daniel Prude, Syracuse Judge Rules Some Parts of Gun Control Law Unconstitutional, Gas and Electric Companies Advise On How to Save Money This Winter, Highway Superintendent Talks Cost of Batavia Airshow, 3 New Residents at the Buffalo Zoo, Buffalo Home For Sunday Game

New fire chief appointed for City of Batavia * Pembroke man jailed for repeated violations * David Quessenberry opens up about his cancer diagnosis at age 23

Congressman Jacobs and Others Call on State BOE to Release Tests Scores, Government Warns of Student Loan Scammers, Board of Elections Needs More Poll Workers, Batavia Seniors Recognized for Academic Achievement, New Genesee County Deputy, Quilt Show at Alexander Fireman’s Rec Hall, Cole Beasley Retiring

Batavia man considers plea deal of 10 years to life * Batavia residents indicted * Federal interest in man arrested in LeRoy

Rochester Police Officer Murder Linked to Gang War over Marijuana, DOT Needs Plow Workers, Teen Who Stabbed Fellow Student in Buffalo Indicted, Sysco Foods Workers Strike, GCEDC Asked for Approval of Quality Inn and Palm Island Renovations Aid, Early Voting and Absentee Ballot Dates and Times, GC Cornell Cooperative Extension Meeting and Recognition Breakfast, Dancing With the Stars Live Coming to Buffalo, Man From Queens Attempted to Smuggle Pythons in His Pants

Trial begins for principal charged with sexually abusing students * Batavia man loses appeal case * IRS warns of a scams

3 Libraries Go Fine Free, Rochester City Schools Have Been Inflating Student’s Grades, Rochester Police Investigating Latest Murder, Schumer Touts Increased HEAP Funding, Genesee County Introduces STEP Program to Help At-Risk Teens, South Side Hydrants Getting Flushed Wed-Thurs, Bills Wide Receiver Out With Broken Ankle, Sabres Introduce New Team Dog

Former local resident extradited to face multiple charges of sexual abuse of children * Batavia residents arrested * Agricultural groups concerned for farmers

Business Owners Protest Construction on Harvester Ave, Frost Advisory, Police Identify Man Arrested for Shooting on Ellicott St, Rochester PD Investigating 3 Shootings Over Weekend, Gas Prices Continue to Fall, Walk To End Alzheimers Raises Over 80,000, Bills Win Comeback Victory 23-20, Sabres Win Exhibition Match 3-1

NYS Labor Board Accepts 40 Hour OT Threshold, Shots Fired on Evans St, Geneseo Football Player Home After Brain Clot, City of Batavia Flushing Hydrants, Salvation Army Sending Help to Florida

Veterans targeted in scam * Consumer alert regarding lithium-ion batteries * Bills preparing for Sunday’s game

2 Behind Bars After Rochester Shooting that Injured a Toddler, Electric Car Tax Credit for NYS, Manure Truck Crash on I90, Businesses Struggling to Hire Enough Workers, Ascension Parish Oktoberfest, McCarthy Ice Arena Open House, Bills Looking Forward to Sunday Game Against Ravens

Robbery at McDonald’s early this morning * Byron man sentenced to prison for parking lot rape * Dane Jackson back on the field

Byron Man Sentenced for Raping a Minor, 3 Year Old Shot in Rochester in Crossfire, Frost Advisory Friday, Cuomo Says Will Start Podcast and Super PAC, Hochul Says She Will Put 50 Million Dollars Toward Public Safety, Hochul Extends Lead According to Siena Poll, Geneseo Football Player Recovering From Brain Injury, Bills Cornerback Jackson Back in Practice

Caledonia man jailed for the death of his 2-month old son * Attempted fraud of a Warsaw resident * Bills block party this weekend

Brooklyn Man Arrested After Leading Chase, Livingston County Man Charged With Murdering 2 Month Old Son, Mayoral Candidate Caught With Gun At Airport, Youth Pheasant Hunting Weekend, Accessible Ballots for the Visually Impaired, Methodist Church Rummage and Estate Sale, Collectible Fair at Genesee County Fairgrounds, Bills Place Doyle on Injured Reserve and Sign New Players

Carr’s Reborn project takes another step forward * Governor has plan to identify people who are working and collecting unemployment * Look! Up in the sky! It’s…it’s…JUPITER!

Retired Rochester Police Officer Identified as Man Shot Dead Sunday Morning, New York Loses 11 Million a Month to Unemployment Insurance Fraud, HEAP Benefit Applications Open November 1st, FBI Warns of Sextortion, Jupiter to Be Brightest Tonight

Stafford man arrested and charged with sexual conduct with a child * LeRoy woman arrested following accident with school bus * Mild brain disorders observed in people who have had COVID

Plane Crash in Clarence, 2 Murders in Rochester Over the Weekend, Police Attempt To Stop Catalytic Converter Theft, Gas Prices Continue to Decline, New GO ART! Mural, Bills Lose to Dolphins 21-19

Rochester Shutting Down Illegal Gatherings, Highway Dept. Working on Lover’s Lane and Morganville Rd, Hochul Announces CDLs can be Obtained Easier, Prescription Drug Take Back Day, New Blessing Box at Emmanuel Baptist Church

New businesses coming to Batavia * Flu and Covid vaccine clinic tomorrow for veterans * Wings Over Batavia on hold

Wings Over Batavia In Holding Pattern Over Cost Concerns, Days Inn and Super 8 Hotels Condemned, Woman Charged with Letting Her Dog OD Has Day in Court, Bank Street, Chandler Avenue and Ross Street construction, Genesee County Legislators Sign Resolution Opposing New Firearms Law, STOP-DWI Poster Contest, Park Road Construction Nears Completion, AG Letitia James Criticized By Former US AG Barr

Batavia man indicted and in jail * Traffic delays the next two Mondays and Tuesdays * Number of COVID cases increases for the third week in a row

Official in Canada Says Vaccine Requirement for Border Going Away, Hochul Agrees to Debate Zeldin and Sets Date, New Art Display at Batavia Community Garden, Buffalo Floats Idea of Paying Parents to Drive Kids to School, Scarecrow Contest Starting for Main Street in Batavia, F and M Convenience Store Ok’d By Planning Board, State AG James Suing Trump Family, New Stores Going into KMart Plaza

South Lyon Street Bridge work begins Monday * Investigation into cause of fire continues * The Town determines there is no significant impact on the environment from solar projects

CompassCare in Amherst Suing Police to Get Back Surveillance Video and Allege Non-Action From the Police and FBI, Fire at Dentist’s Office On Washington Ave, Daniel’s Law Would Make Mental Health Professionals Respond to 911 Calls, Extra NYS Hand Sanitizer To Be Decommissioned By Kodak, End of Life Dr and Researcher Presenting Book At 1st Presbyterian Thursday Night, Apple Picking Is Here Early, Bills OL Bobby Hart Out for a Game For Unsportsmanlike Conduct

Lightning strikes Varysburg house * Rochester man in jail following attempted robbery in Elba * Dane Jackson released from the hospital

2 Men Arrested For Attempting to Steal Equipment from Elba Property, Rochester Names Amphitheater After Daniel Prude, Rochester and NYS Pledge Aid for Puerto Rico, Hochul Says She Will Debate Zeldin, Bills Beat Titans 41-7

Batavia men arrested * Free car seat safety checks available * Results from crackdown on impaired driving

5 Car Crash on I90, 50th Anniversary of Chamber of Commerce, Sheriff’s Week, Downs Raises 20,000 for Breast Cancer Coalition, Bills Home Opener With Injuries

Town of Alabama Looking for New Town Justice, Decorators Needed For Halloween Costume Kits, Child Passenger Safety Week, Stefon Diggs and Other NFL Players to Take On Their Moms on Family Feud,

New convenience store may be coming to the Town of Batavia * Governor passes student loan forgiveness bill * New menu items at Highmark

2 Canadian Men Arrested for Human Smuggling Operation, Nails Dropped on Roads in Scottsville, Legislation Signed to Give New Yorkers Easier Access to Student Loan Forgiveness, All Babies Cherished Gifted Home for Women, Former Clor’s Meat Market Location Leased for Convenience Store, Bills Unveil New Food and Drink Options At Highmark Stadium, Sabres Win 4-3 IN Opener Against Canadiens

Robbery at car dealership is interrupted * Batavia man arrested * National Toy Hall of Fame nominees

Unclaimed money * Batavia man held in jail * New COVID booster now available

3 Car Crash in Stafford, Car Vandalized Outside City Council Meeting, ,Batavia City Schools Receive Grant For Student Mental Health, Former Governor Cuomo Files Complaint Against AG James, NYS Thruway Authority To Collect On Unpaid Tolls, NYS Supreme Court Justice Michalek Sentenced for Bribery, Bills Tickets Nearly Sold Out For Monday

Batavia woman jailed * Cats are now off the prohibited list * GLOW region no longer in a drought

Hochul to Allow Emergency Powers to Expire, Lee Zeldin Close to Hochul in Polls and Wants Debate, Accident on Rt 5 and Batavia Stafford Townline Rd, VP Harris To Visit Buffalo Wednesday, Oliver’s Candies Celebrating 90 Years, Great Pumpkin Farm Opening Weekend

Cell phone may have started house fire * Two from LeRoy charged in Batavia * Girl Scouts introduce new cookie

Fire in Pavilion, Man In Rochester Defends Home, Kills Home Invader, 17 Year Old Boy Rochester’s 59th Homicide, Gas Prices Dropping, Biden to Give Speech About Curing Cancer, 9/11 Remembered With Flags on VA Lawn, Lei Ti campground Raises 9,200 Dollars for Veterans

2 More Murdered in Rochester Friday, Walmart Going Bagless, Spotted Lantern Fly in Buffalo, Kiwanis Club Car Cruise and Festival, Genesee County Health Rabies Vaccine Clinic Thursday, GCC Foundation Encore Gala “A Night in Casablanca”

Batavia woman fails to show for her second court date * Two Attica inmates indicted on gang assault charges * The Bills win big on the road

Tax Credit Direct Payments Coming to New Yorkers In October, Jacobs Introduces Federal Bill to Override State Farm Labor Bureau Decision, Woman Who Let Dog OD on Drugs Misses Second Court Date, Flags At Half Staff After Death of Queen Elizabeth 2, Bills Fumble First Half But Charge to Victory Over Rams in Season Opener

Batavia man pleads guilty to possession and production of child pornography * Bennington home total loss after fire * Oakfield man to be sentenced tomorrow for the murder of his father

Hawley Says Farming As We Know It Over in New York if Labor Board Decision Upheld, Batavia Man Who Worked in Schools and Care Centers Pleads Guilty to Child Porn Possession and Production, Sheriff Sheron Asks Legislators to Open Hiring of Corrections Officers to Outside Genesee County, Genesee Chorale Seeking New Members, Bills Season Opener Tonight

Batavia woman is in trouble again * Farm Laborers Wage Board recommends a lower overtime threshold * New Bills Little People available at Wegmans

Farmers Protest Overtime Report, Woman Who Let Dog Eat Narcotics Arrested Again, Former Rochester Mayor Husband Sentenced, Great Batavia Train Show Back at GCC, Valu Home Center Liquidation Friday

DMV makes access to records easier * Stay alert to keep kids safe as they head back to school * Oakfield woman charged with harassment

Orleans County Ambulance Service Could Shut Down, Rochester Violence, Truck Used to Open Door For Liquor Store Robbery Drivers Warned to Be Alert To Buses and Kids, Gas Prices Keep Falling

E-coli cases have moved into New York State * Poll shows governor race is close * Batavia resident indicted

Lots of Construction in Batavia, How to Apply for Student Loan Forgiveness, Dansville Balloon Festival, Oakfield Labor Daze, Aquarium of Niagara Needs Help Naming New Chick

STOP DWI campaign in full force through the holiday weekend * Ford SUV recall * No online access to M & T accounts for part of this weekend

Guns Allowed Here Signs Sill Start Showing Up In NY, 19 Year Old Man Dies From Fall Into Rochester Gorge, Ghost Stories at Holland Land Office Museum, Hope Center Needs Volunteers, Walk To End Alzheimer’s October 1st

Avoid Park Road through tomorrow * County needs to find more money for pumping station upgrade * Valu Home Center in Batavia one of three locations to close

New York’s New Gun Control Legislation In Effect, Fun time Kayaking Turns Dangerous At Dewitt Pond, Water Project to Cost the County 6.3 Million Dollars, Work on Park Road Today and Friday, Six Flags Darien Lake Announces Scheduled Events, Bills Name New Punter

Batavia man may be sent to prison for life * Robert Morris is reopening * Bills block party next week

Whipped Cream Legal for Those Under 21, Robert Morris School Reopened for Classes, Man Leads Genesee County Sheriffs On Chase To Gates, USA Mullet Championship Qualifier at Buffalo Wing Festival Saturday, Bills Make Cuts To Roster

New security measures in place for Blue Devil games at VanDetta * Recall of animal cookies sold at Target * Batavia man arrested and held without bail

Gun control Legislation Goes Into Effect Thursday, Movie theaters Reduce Prices for 1 Day, GCASA Gets Transportation Grant, Holland Land Office Schedule For September, Section 6 and Sports Officials Reach Agreement

Information technology equipment missing from city schools * Batavia residents arrested * Lease agreement for new Bills stadium pushed out to October

Box Car Derby, Veterans Stand Down, Just Kings Backpack Distribution, Araiza Out of the Bills

Prince Wilson Pleaded Not Guilty to Stabbing Murder, Batavia Superintendent Responds to Reports of Lost School Equipment, 4-H Members Place In Dairy Competitions at State Fair, Darien Alexander Townline Rd Bridge Reopens, Bills Shutout By Panthers

Pembroke resident asks for independent investigation * Corfu man back in jail after having just been released from prison * Batavia High dedicates auditorium

Buffalo Bill’s New Punter Accused of Raping a Minor, NYS AG Letitia James Applauds Google Changing Algorithm, Marijuana Dispensary Retail Licenses Now Available, ARC GLOW 5k Date Set, Warehouse Finished at Batavia Downs

A warning from the FBI * Tenants in Holley evicted * Siena poll reveals New Yorkers have low levels of satisfaction with their lives

Hochul Celebrates Record Gun Siezure, Silver Springs Fire Leads to Roof Escape, Mural Painter Dead at 65, New Poll Shows New Yorkers Not As Satisfied As In Years Past

Primary results are in * Unemployment rate is down in Genesee County * COVID-19 symptoms now show up more quickly

Primary Results, Bail Reform Hot Topic For November Governor Race, Person Rescued From Car In Lake Ontario, Superfund Site Next to Dwyer Stadium To Be Cleaned Up Starting In Spring, Catholic Charities Holding Sock and Underwear Drive, St James Episcopal Church Thrift Shop

Basom man indicted on more charges * State Troopers issue over 25,000 tickets during “Speed Week” * Casella purchased ARC trash and recycle pick-up

Basom Man Indicted for Stabbing a Witness, ARC GLOW Announces Sale of Waste Collection and Transfer Station to Casella Waste, New School COVID Guidance, Gas Prices Dropping Steadily, Bills Release 2 Players

Pavilion man arrested for choking victim and attempted arson * Canadian woman dies in Lake Ontario * Investigation continues into Thruway fatal

2 Dead 2 Injured in Shootings and Stabbings in Rochester, Byron Celebrates 200 Years, NYS Fair Schedule, Ranking Finds New York 20th in Retirement Locations

Arrest made in Elm St shooting * lock your car, smash & grab gang at work * Tap grants available to part-time students

Batavia woman sentenced to federal prison * Part-time college students are now eligible for tuition assistance * Large differences in gas prices

Cruz and Wilson indicted by grand jury on charges of murder and arson * Gendron’s attorneys may challenge grand jury process * Certain models of Hyundai and Kia are at risk for theft

Batavia man arrested again * Horses removed following investigation * Form available to report tenant blacklisting

Woman pleads guilty to damaging equipment in hospital room * Body found in Lake Ontario * Wild Cherry flavor CapriSun recalled

Especially this week, watch your speed * Batavia man arrested for stealing from his employer * Investigation continues into fatal LeRoy crash

Author Salman Rushdie Stabbed In Chautauqua, EMS and Fire Services May Not Be Able To Keep Up With Demand in Genesee County, Warsaw Man Dead After Crash on Saturday in LeRoy, Hochul Signs Laws To Make Cyclists and Pedestrians Safer, Hochul Announces Rise In Red Flag Applications

Warrant issued for the arrest of a Batavia woman * It’s not a sinkhole that threatened a Pembroke family’s home * Early voting starts tomorrow at ARC on Woodrow Road

A new bill that is bringing semiconductor manufacturing back to the U.S. could be good news for our region. U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer helped author the bipartisan CHIPS bill in […]

Batavia man accepts plea deal * Hearing scheduled for feedback about possible change to city code * Barnes plane crash report released

The National Transportation Safety Board has released a new report on the plane crash that killed attorney Steve Barnes and his niece Elizabeth Barnes. The pair were flying from New […]

Attorney General Letitia James issues a warning about the ReAwaken event * Water service interruptions tomorrow * Man claims to have been kidnapped

She’s had chickens in her Medina backyard for a decade, but now Debbie Varley is being told by the village to ditch the chickens. Varley lives on Highland Avenue with […]

Hazardous waste collection next month * State officials concerned about an invasive species of insect * A chance to dunk Chris Kalin at the Batavia Police Community Night

The Batavia Police are hosting their annual Community Night tonight at St. Anthony’s, on Liberty Street. It starts at 5:30 pm and goes until 8 pm. The Celebration includes free […]

Pembroke family may lose their home * Batavia Police Community Night tomorrow * Why on Earth are we spinning faster?

A Pembroke family is now waiting to see the fate of their home after being forced out of it because it could collapse any minute. Our news partner, The Batavian, […]

Monroe County Health Commissioner Says Monroe County Not In Crisis on Monkeypox, Governor Hochul Announces New Fishing Feature in HuntFishNY App, Frank E. Owen Auditorium Dedication Ceremony August 25th, August 11th Free Rabies Clinic, Frontier Airline Changing Flights In October, Frightworld Coming Back to Buffalo for Halloween Season

Accidental house fire results in extensive damage * Free anti-rabies clinic * Incentives approved for LeRoy market rate senior housing

Buffalo Man Charged With Threatening Grocery Stores Online, Genesee Region Independent Living Demands ReAwaken America Tour Be Canceled, Hawley Calls on NYS Government to Cut Spending and Reduce Burden on Taxpayers, Youth Court Seeking Volunteers

Batavia residents arrested * Health Department needs your help identifying owner of a dog * Incentives available to certain health care workers in the state

Man Accused of Killing Rochester Cop Indicted on 8 Charges, Investigation Into Shoreline collapse In Buffalo Underway, First 1000 Nursing Scholarships Given Out, Demolition Started on Old Cary Building to Make Way for New Healthy Living Building

Book about the Attica prison uprising is no longer banned * 19-year-old Batavia man indicted * Muckdogs are now in a must-win situation

Batavia men in trouble with the law following burglaries * Pike man sentenced in child rape case * The DMV is hiring

Murdered Rochester Officer Remembered, Vine St Man Charged in Child Sex Abuse Case, Gas Prices Down This Week, GLOW Corp Cup Route Announced, Nutritional Shake Shop Opens in Batavia

More Protests Against ReAwaken Tour, Fighting At Darien Lake Concert, 2 Window Washers Stuck 160 Feet in The Air, T-Rex Party at Haxton Memorial Library, 4-H Club Fundraises To Buy Steer For Over $30,000 to Benefit Family After Death of Father

Hochul Declares State Disaster Emergency for Monkeypox, $7.5 Million For USS The Sullivans, Milling Work to Be Done on Elm St Starting Monday, Nearly All Western NY and Finger Lakes On Drought Watch, Seneca Park Zoo Mourns Death of Masai Giraffe Calf

Sidewalk replacement for some city streets coming in August * Tornado causes extensive damage in Wyoming County * Maziarz drops lawsuit

EF-2 Tornado Cuts Across Wyoming County, State Health Commissioner Declares Monkeypox Health Emergency, Pair Who Kidnapped Children In Rochester Sentenced, Sheriffs Office Says ReAwaken America Tour Fears Unfounded, Maziarz Drops Lawsuit Against WROTB

Text message scam alert * American Red Cross needs blood donors * The Muckdogs are back home tonight

Schumer Says STAMP Site Will Benefit from 60 Billion New Bill, Accused Cop Killer Indicted in Rochester, Gates Man Arrested For Threatening To Shoot Up Former High School, Sheriffs Office Director of Communications Resigning, Catholic Charities Receives Grant for Genesee County Visitation Program

City residents may soon need to register certain farm animals * Office for the Aging Farmer’s Market Coupons now available * New bills will expand the rights of individuals with disabilities

Monroe County DA Recuses Herself From Zeldin Attack Case, New York’s Largest Solar Facility Coming to Elba and Oakfield, Rochester Offering Car Rental Stations for Electric Cars, Beech Tree Disease Spreading In NY State, Office For the Aging Giving Out Coupons for Farmer’s Market, GLOW With Your Hands Muckdogs Event Friday Night

Corfu man guilty of sexual assault of a child * Tom Turnbull is appointed interim Chamber of Commerce president * Hawley wants judges to make the decision

Inflation In School Supplies, 3 Arrested At Garth Brooks Concert, Crossroads House Garage Sale, Genesee County Fair

Byron resident dies in motorcycle accident * Batavia residents arrested and charged * Gas prices continue their downward trend

Protestors Gather Outside Cornerstone Church to Demonstrate Against ReAwaken America Tour, 2 Killed in Rochester Over Weekend, Zeldin Attacker Re-Arrested On federal Charges, Muckdogs Hold Challenger Game with GLOW YMCA

Man from Boston Charged With Murder For Killing Rochester Police Officer, Washington State Man Called In Threats Against Buffalo Tops, Rochester Lawmakers Call on State to Give Judges More Discretionary Powers, St Jerome’s Urgent Care Center Closing, Daniel Calkins New Youth Bureau Leader

Lee Zeldin assaulted in Perinton * Chamber of Commerce will be a few dollars short * Gillibrand calls for investigation into airline practices

Rochester Police Officer Murdered Hours After State of Emergency Declared, Firing Pin Owner Witnesses Zeldin Attack At Rally in Fairport, Rochester Under State of Emergency From Violence, 2 Buffalo Residents Arrested After Chase From Geneseo, City Has Plans to Fix Up City Center Even More, Hochul Signs Bill Lifting Diaper Tax

Police need help locating a missing woman * Albion inadvertently too generous with police salaries * COVID case numbers in the GO region holding steady

The Batavian Hacked, Hochul Says No Masks For Kids Returning to School, Human trafficking Awareness Bills Signed, Sheriff’s Teen Academy, ReAwaken America Tour Coming to Batavia

Heat advisory in effect today * Genesee County Fair starts Saturday * Muckdogs victorious over their rival last night

Heat Advisory, Batavia Pumps Stop Working for Several Hours, Batavia Downs Harness Racing Season Starting, Genesee County Fair, Batavia Youth Leaders Sought

Judge tells Prince N.K. Wilson that he cannot represent himself in court * The City’s filtration plant stopped pumping water for awhile * Gendron in court for arraignment

Man Accused in Double Murder Wants to Represent Himself, Water Main Replacement on Richmond, Richmond Library Book Drive, Genesee County Safe Summer Carnival

Traffic alert for LED replacements * Dog treat recall due to salmonella concern * Gas prices continue to go down

State Legislative Workers Form Union, Sumner Rd Closed For Culvert Replacement, Dog Treats Recalled For Salmonella, 3 New Businesses Open Up Over The Weekend

Motorcycle Driver Dies After Accident On West Main St, Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Added to License Exam and Training, No Smoking in Public Parks, Batavia’s LED Streetlamp Project Starting Monday, Sabres Sign 3 New Players

Investigation continues into accident on West Main Street Road * Java man indicted on felony assault charges * Dog that overdosed on narcotics is recovering

Accident With Rollover In Front of Dave’s Ice Cream, Drought Conditions for Western NY, Fire in Field in East Pembroke, School Board Changes, A-AT-KA Donates to Police Community Night

Mall requires an unexpected additional roof repair * First Monkeypox case in Erie County * Muckdogs back in first place in the West Division

New Messaging System for Active Shooters Passes House, Monkeypox in Erie County, Alexander Zoning Board Denies New Windmill, New School Board President Says He Is An Open Book

Woman faces felony charges after sneaking drugs into Attica Correctional Facility * Springsteen is coming to Western New York * State providing grant money to abortion providers

New Park Road traffic pattern starts today * COVID now being treated by phone * Muckdogs play the Tarpskunks tonight

Price of Oil coming Down, Jefferson Ave TOPS To Reopen Friday, Victims and Family Went to White House, Traffic Pattern Changes Near Batavia Downs, NY Favorite Milkshake Flavor

Council to consider residency exception for new assistant manager * Batavia gasoline prices ease a bit * $1-million lottery ticket sold in Elba

21-year-old who had been on the run arrested by Batavia City Police * Batavia woman charged after her bulldog overdosed on narcotics * Batavia gas prices have dropped 20 cents per gallon in a month

1 Million Dollar Lottery Ticket Sold in Elba, Pair Lead Police in High Speed Chase From Batavia to Rochester, Batavia Woman Charged for Injuring Animal After Bulldog Ate Drugs, Livingston County Hosting Mural Festival in 9 Villages, 750 Riders Cycling from Buffalo to Albany on Erie Canal

Pistol Permit Applicants Must Show Social Media Accounts, ID Enforcement Initiative in Effect for Summer Events, O’Lacy’s Irish Pub changing Owners, Devon Wright Apprehended in Lockport, Matt Gray Looking to Take Over Ice Arena

Former Java man pleads guilty to federal sex charges * GLOW region is abnormally dry * COVID cases on the rise in certain regions of New York State

New York Will Begin Investigating Crisis Pregnancy Centers, New York Sheriffs Say Gun Laws Are Unconstitutional, Rochester Airport Getting Upgrades, STOP-DWI Night at the Muckdogs, Sabres Pick 3 New Centers

Batavia City Police need your help * Motorcyclist dies in Bethany accident * Sabres have 9th, 16th and 28th picks in tonight’s first round draft

Company Wants Too Much Water Says the County Town and City, Deadly Motorcycle Crash After Police Chase, Richmond Ave Road Closure, State Spending 52 Million On Suicide Call Centers, Local Politicians Call for Canadian Border Restrictions to Be Lifted

Batavia City School’s Board wants your input * Two meals daily are available to kids over the summer * Funding is available to communities along the Lake Ontario shoreline

Free Meals For Kids Through Summer, AG Letitia James Reminds Hotels to Post Anti-Human Trafficking Info, Great Northern Elevator To Be Demolished, Mary Todd Lincoln To Visit Richmond Memorial Library, Common Ground Health Seeking Survey Takers

Batavia man charged with felony sex abuse * Investigation continues into fatal Buffalo fire * Gas prices down a few cents following busy travel weekend

New US Citizens Celebrate 4th of July, Gas Prices Don’t Slow Travel, Batavia Man Charged With Felony Sex Abuse After May Incident, General’s Sword Given to LeRoy Historical Society

Hochul Signs Gun Control Legislation, Alligators Found in Clarence Pond, Genesee County Sheriffs Unveil New K9 Training Course, Sidewalk Work in Batavia, 100 Year Old Veteran signed to 1 Day Contract for Buffalo Bisons Game

County residents urged to conserve water * Warsaw woman gets seven years for stealing from Wyoming County chamber * Richmond Ave construction to begin this week

Air quality alert across most of the GLOW region * Travel restrictions to Canada at least until 9/30/22 * Work on Richmond Avenue starts next Wednesday

New Legislation Affects Live Event Tickets, Free EV Charging Through 4th of July Weekend, US Supreme Court Doesn’t Take Up Case of Religious Healthcare Workers, Canada Renews Border COVID Restrictions, Office For the Aging Apologizes, Batavia to Buy Back Lights, Richmond Ave Work Begins July 6th

State Police seek witnesses to the West Main & Lewiston Road accident * Wegmans data breach settled * Sheriffs and Le Roy Police participate in STOP DWI this weekend

Hochul Unveils Gun Initiative Results So Far, AG Letitia James Calls on Google To Change Results when People Search for Abortions, Xerox CEO Dies Suddenly, Man From Albion Catches Record Setting Fish, STOP DWI In Force Friday Though the 4th

Vehicle accident at West Main and Lewiston Road hospitalizes four people * Possible updated COVID-19 booster coming this fall * Governor race now has two candidates

Hochul and Zeldin Win Primaries, Police Searching for Info On Allegra Theft form CVS, Erik Fix Made New Assistant City Manager, No Contractor Yet for Jackson Square, Senior Farmers Market Coupons

Vidalia onion recall * Primary voting tonight until 9:00 * Erik Fix submits his resignation as Chamber president

Primary Day is Here, Gov. Hochul To Allow Businesses to Declare themselves Gun Free Zones, Fourth of July Activities in Batavia, Red Cross Needs More Donors, New York Bus Sales Breaks Ground On New Facility

Gas prices continue their downward trend * Polls reopen again tomorrow morning for the primary election * Bipartisan gun control package is now law

Protestors Demonstrate Against Supreme Court, Albion Man Arrested For Catalytic Converter Theft, Poll Finds Zeldin and Giuliani Statistically Tied, Environmental Science Camp

Wide Range of Responses to Roe V Wade Being Overturned, Hochul Signs Alyssa’s Law, Police Investigate Vandalism at Buffalo Catholic Church, Free Fishing Weekend, Seneca Park Zoo Joins Museums For All With Reduced Admissions for Low Income Families

Updates regarding the fatal fire in Shelby * Fast-moving SUV takes out a utility pole before crashing into porch * Counterfeit $20 bills have been reported in the GLOW region

Man Crashes Car into Parked Van In Pembroke, Supreme Court Strikes Down New York Gun Law, WROTB Took In 90 Million in May, Lee Zeldin Hosting Rally in Batavia Today at Noon, GCC Gets Improvements Thanks To 50/50 Agreement with Genesee County

Two Rochester women charged with grand larceny following attempted theft from Walmart * Man dies in fire due to excessive clutter * GCC to receive Upward Bound grant

Genesee County Invests 55,000 Dollars into Mental Health Services, State Attorney General’s Office Holds Mental Health Listening Forum, 15000 Summer Jobs Available, NY State Increases Pay for Lifeguards, Robert Harker Named New Executive Director For Ministry of Concern

Heat advisory for the GLOW region * Owner of martial arts studio indicted on charges of sexual abuse * Muckdogs are #1 in the league

Heat Advisory, Hiker Falls Into Letchworth Gorge, UMMC Lemonade Stands to Benefit Swaddling Babies, Milk Prices Rising Due to High Gas Prices and Other Price Hikes, GCC Gets TRiO Upward Bound Grant for 1.5 Million Dollars, Muckdogs Number 1 After Beating Power 5-0

Batavia residents arrested * Food drive to benefit East Buffalo residents affected by the mass shooting * New laws to protect voter’s rights

Hochul Signs Voting Rights Law, Marijauna At Festivals, Body Armor Law Doesn’t Stop Armor Worn By Mass Shooter, Woman Charged after Head On Collision With Batavia PD Vehicle, Hiring Fair For Bills 2022 Season

Electronics waste-recycling available this Saturday * State allocates money to invest in Buffalo’s East Side neighborhood * Genesee County Board of Elections is hiring

Rep. Morelle Calls on Federal Government To Fix Rochester Violence, Batavia City Schools Hiring Second School Resource Officer, Catholic Charities Looking for Visitation and Calling Volunteers, Big Comedy Stars Coming to Shea’s, Mercy Flight Hosting BASH Fundraiser in September, Quicklees on Oak Now Open

State assistance available for people with past-due utility bills * Teenager accidentally shot by a BB gun is now in stable condition * Early voting begins tomorrow in the GLOW region

Jacobs and Others Introduce Bill to Restrict Body Armor, Rochester Jazz Festival, Gas And Electric Bill Help, The Sweet To Replace Finger 11 June 24th at Batavia Downs, Bills Training Camp

Rochester woman charged after selling crack cocaine to Drug Task Force agent in Batavia * Young children, the elderly and pets are especially vulnerable in high temperatures and humidity * Motorcyclist required Mercy Flight service to Rochester hospital

Motorcycle Accident Sends 1 to Hospital, Heat Advisory Today, Hochul Extends State of Emergency, Rochester Too Violent for Some Businesses, New Lynx Babies at Seneca Park Zoo

Could Buffalo mass shooting trigger copycats? * BPD to again sponsor Community Night Out * Concerts in the park begin next week

Restrictions may be imposed regarding animals and fowl within the city limits * Batavia Concert Band returns next Wednesday evening * Livingston County resident arrested for assault of an infant

SEC Accuses City of Rochester Of Misleading Investors, SJFC to Become a University, Batavia Concert Band Schedule Announced, Jackson Primary Students Celebrate Flag Day, Kim Pegula Receiving Medical Care, Six Flags New Annual Pass and Wahoo Wave

Candlelight vigil this evening at Tops in Batavia * Good news about the Park Road construction * John Mulaney is coming to Rochester

J-Mac In Intensive Care After Crash, Hochul Signs New Abortion Legislation, Park Road Construction Update, Rotary Father’s Day Breakfast

Batavia woman faces multiple charges * Paintcare an alternative when disposing of paint waste * Sabres to retire Miller’s jersey

Gun Control Legislation In DC Not Enough For All, Weekend Full of Events, March For Our Lives Marred By Fear, Ryan Miller Number to Be Retired

Genesee Airshow in September, Nick Langworthy Running for 23rd District, ARC Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run, Oakfield Volunteer Fire Department Receives Canned Water

Wings Over Batavia is making a return * State Police warn about scams * Tips to save money on fuel

3 Teens Charged in Rochester Carjackings, Gas Tops 5 Dollars in NY, Cold Milling Delays On Columbia, Seneca and Miller Aves, Cheap Flights Sun Country Airlines Operating Out of Buffalo, Garth Brooks Message for Fans in Buffalo

State appeals court rejects a Batavia man’s claims * Average gas price reaches milestone in New York State * Construction and traffic alert update

Batavia Woman Pleads Guilty to Stealing COVID Relief Money, Comptroller Report Says NY Schools Aren’t Following Mental Health Laws, SUNY and CUNY Schools To Allow X and Other Pronouns, State DEC Gives Advice on Getting Rid of Spongy Caterpillars, Starbucks Going into Kmart Parking Lot

Basom man accepts plea deal * Wind turbine discussion in Alexander * The Bills finalize their preseason schedule

CompassCare in Amherst Burned in Suspected Arson, Albany Courts Closed After Release of Hundreds of Cockroaches, Kiwanis 5K July 4th, Muckdogs Win Against Doubledays and Tarp Skunks

Batavia police need your help identifying a person of interest in larceny at Tops * State tax rebates being mailed out several months early * An appeal filed by a decorated Marine is denied

Hochul Signs New Gun Control Legislation, Crossroads House Names New Executive Director, Gas Drops Price Per Gallon, Chappelle Donated Money from Show to TOPs Families

Sheriffs continue their investigation into gunshots fired at homes in Bethany * Cigarette smoking is down across all age groups in the state * Batavia Firefighters want your help filling their boots

Genesee County Sheriffs Investigating Shots Fired in Bethany, Alyssa’s Law Goes To Hochul’s Desk, Muckdog’s Home Opener Win, McCarthy Ice Rink Dedicated, Oliver’s and Eli Fish Making Beer Brittle, Firefighters to Pass the Boot June 17th

Kendall Student Arrested for Making Threat, Gas Taxes Suspended and Some Counties Follow Suit, Poultry Show Ban Ended, State Passes Moratorium on Crypto Mining for One Specific Company, Package of Gun Control Bills Pass, Jacobs Announces No Re-Election Bid

Le Roy man charged with felonies * Batavia man charged following Memorial Day Weekend STOP DWI crackdown * O-AT-KA Milk Products proposed expansion is approved

Grill Explosion Burns Man, Geneseo Airshow, The Batavian Announces Joanne Beck to News Editor Position, Genesee Farmers Market, Genesee Park and Forest Dog Walks, Bills Sign WR Tavon Austin

Members of the community, law enforcement, or criminal justice agency serving Genesee County recognized for exceptional career achievements

Basom man sentenced after not living up to his plea deal * Batavia man sells crack cocaine to an undercover officer * Former Governor Cuomo a ‘no show’

TOPs Shooter Charged, Buffalo Police Seize Illegal Off Road Vehicles, Cuomo Fails To File To Run Again, Oakfield Alabama Wins Section C Class 5 Title, New Giraffe Baby Name Revealed

Batavia man indicted on 2nd degree manslaughter charges * Attica corrections officer requires treatment for a stab wound * 10 new bills being considered in Albany intended to toughen state gun laws

RG and E and NYSEG Ask For Price Hike Approval, 10 New Bills Proposed to Combat Mass Shootings in NY, ATV and Dirt Bikes Cause Issues in Buffalo, Downs Donates Concert Tickets to Veterans, Sabres Sign Rosen to 3 Year Entry Level Contract

Hepatitis outbreak linked to fresh organic strawberries * State gas tax suspended starting tomorrow * Deadline to register to vote is just a few days away

Gas Tax Relief Coming Wednesday, Buffalo Hosts Gun Violence Summit for NY Mayors, North Tonawanda City Market Dedicates Veterans Wall, Pegula Makes It to French Open Quarterfinals

Two arrested on theft charges * Tributes to those who made the ultimate sacrifice * Investigation continues into body found on the shore of Lake Ontario

VP Harris Speaks At Buffalo Funeral, Leroy Splashpad Delayed, WNY National Cemetery Has First Memorial Day Service, Lady Liberty Graces Batavia Peace Garden

Memorial Day observances listed * latest arrest reports * NYS Attorney General warns against baby formula price gouging

Gas prices continue their slow climb * Ground is broken for the new County Jail * Attorney General James issues warnings to 30 retailers

Construction begins on new county jail * Memorial Day weekend, police issue caution * Did a former federal agent know about Buffalo’s supermarket shooting in advance?

Batavia man now facing new charges * National Grid scam alert * Batavia Development Corporation hires new director

Hochul Directs State Police to Increase Visibility at Schools, Family of TOPS Shooting Victim to Sue Gun Manufacturers, Accident on Rt 63 Results in Minor Injuries, Splash World on Grand Island Set To Open This Weekend

Rochester man charged with sale of crack in Batavia * Sidewalk cracks on some city streets will soon be repaired * Department of Veteran’s Affairs still welcome your input

US History Regents Canceled Over Triggering Content, Buffalo Naval Park To Reopen For Memorial Day Weekend, Rochester PAB Scrutinized For Lack Of Action, Summer Hours begin soon for Genesee County Offices, Pipe replacement closes a road near Oakfield

Two women arrested following robbery attempt in Batavia * City of Batavia will soon have a new fire engine * Batavia residents charged with animal cruelty

TOPS Shooting Victims Families Struggle to Access Funds from Charities, NYSDOH Recommends COVID Booster for Kids 5-11, New Lt Governor to Be Sworn in Wednesday, Hawley Giving Out COVID Test Kits

JIF peanut butter recall * Investigation continues into Byron fatal accident * Buffalo Bills fundraiser for victims of Tops mass shooting

Hilton Man Dead After Motorcycle Accident, New Congressional District Map Released, Livingston County Man Wins Bull Riding Championship, Noah Burke Wins Mr. Batavia

Police Respond to Active Shooter On Scottsville Rd, Hawley Calls on State Anti-Domestic Terrorism Task Force to Convene For First Time, Assembly to Pass Sexual Assault Bill, Hochul Announces Childcare Subsidies

Ford prepares to recall two different model SUVs * Batavia woman is charged * 300 people pitched in the help the United Way

Rochester Company Offers Free Active Shooter Training, Hochul Praises FDA For Kids Booster Shots, Rochester Man Arrested After Stealing Crossbows from Dicks, Muskie Season Opening June 1st, Darien Lake to Open Next Weekend

Payton Gendron back in court today * Batavia man charged with grand larceny * GCC graduation is Saturday

Rochester man wanted in two counties is now in Genesee County Jail * All Genesee County communities voted to approve school budgets * Attica Correctional Facility corrections officer is suspended without pay

School Budget Vote Results, Helicopter Crash Report, Gillibrand Calls on Biden to Use War Production Act to Make Baby Formula, Woman Sues Genesee County and town of Alabama For Lack of Roundabout

Parolee arrested after shooting woman in the stomach * School budget vote today * An arrest in the murder of Brittanee Drexel

Copycats After Shooting, President and First Lady Visit, Hochul Suspends Bus Fares in Buffalo, Batavia High Students Compete for Mr Batavia, Predator at Darien Lake Getting New Track

Funds soon available to victims and families affected by the shooting * Flags at half staff until victims of shooter are laid to rest * Republican candidates advocating for return of death penalty

TOPS Shooting, TOPS Statement, Minor Steals Minivan in Rochester, DEC Advises Leaving Fawns Alone

Fire on Montclair Ave, Referee Protection Legislation, Rabies Vaccine Clinic, Bottled Water Tax

All Babies Cherished in Batavia needs your donations * Le Roy Central School budget vote is next Tuesday * The Bills schedule for the upcoming season is now available

Former NY Senator Sues Batavia Downs, Hochul Provides Tips For Finding Baby Formula, All Babies Cherished Seeks Baby Formula, Full Lunar Eclipse Sunday Night/Monday Morning, Genesee County Chamber of Commerce Announces New Website, Bills Primetime Games Announced

Former State Senator George Maziarz brings suit against Downs

Batavia man sentenced to another state prison term * Maziarz filing suit against WROTB * A warning from Attorney General James to retailers

New Bureau Announced to Lower Prescription Drug Costs, Wrong Number Called For Mega Millions Lottery, AG James Warns of Baby Formula Price Gouging, McCarthy Ice Arena Looking for New Management, Leroy Actors In The Running For New York Trip

Le Roy Police need your assistance * Cause of Attica house fire still under investigation * Person of interest in the disappearance of a 17-year-old girl is in custody

Experts Say Not To Make Your Own Baby Formula, Congressman Tom Reed Resigns, Officer Injured In Inmate Attack at Orleans Correctional, Study Shows Number of Spam Calls Western New Yorkers Get a Week

Attica house fire * Genesee County continues to seek funding for water projects * Red Cross offers incentives for blood donations

Gas Prices Jump Monday, State Grants to Towns for Water Projects, Cornell Cooperative Extension New Livestock Website, Genesee County Native Honored on Coin, Red Cross Asks For Blood Donations

Stafford man indicted * Controlled burn catches barn on fire * Flu case numbers are up in the GLOW region

Gov. Hochul Tests Positive for COVID, AG James Calls for Abortion Amendment, Man Dead After West Main crash in Batavia, Leroy Ambulance Scrap Metal Drive

WNY Mercy Flight Ready to Resume Air Services, Legislation Signed To Train First Responders in Mental Health and Addiction Services, DNA Evidence On Pause, Lilac Festival

State Gaming Commission teams with Batavia Downs to promote responsible gaming * Richmond Library will have more money to work with in next year’s budget * Lilac Festival in Rochester starts today

USS The Sullivans Now in Maintenance Phase of Refloating Efforts, 18 Year Old From Bronx Arrested For After High Speed Chase Through Livingston County, Lilac Festival Starts Today, BHS Auditorium Renamed to Recognize Frank Owen, GCASA Announces New Assistant Director of Prevention, Batavia Players Present Sondheim Tribute Show This Weekend

Batavia Downs Gaming and Hotel adds QR code signage to help problem gamblers

Genesee County seeks grants for broadband service * Meteor showers will be visible in the early morning hours on Friday * College debt no longer means a withheld transcript

AG James Says She Had Abortion to Further Political Career, Hochul Announces 11 Million For Healthy Families, 2 Pennsylvania Men Arrested in Perry After Traffic Stop, Meet the Candidates for School Board

New details in the case against two Rochester residents arrested in Wal-Mart thefts * Turbo tax users could be receiving some money back * A traffic alert for next week

Gov. Hochul Announces New Lt Governor, Democrats Sue to Reinstate Redistricted Map, Groundbreaking at Ellicott Station, Federal Charges Against Postal Worker Drug Ring, Mercy Flight Needs More Recruits

Fugitive from justice caught in Wyoming County * Felony charges against two who organized thefts from Wal Mart * Eta Aquarids will be visible early Friday morning

Hochul and Gillibrand React to Dobbs V Mississippi Leak, Service for James Sauer in Chili, Coast Guard releases Video of The Sullivans Refloating. Roadwork on Walnut, Law and Chestnut Street, Pembroke Youth Cheer Team Victories

USS The Sullivans Being Refloated, New York State Congressional Primaries Moved to August 23rd, Batavia Assistant City Manager Resigns, Sheriffs Teen Academy To Take Place at GCC In July, Masai Giraffe Gives Birth at Seneca Park Zoo, Sabres End Season With OT Win Over Blackhawks 3-2

Jill Wiedrick resigns as Assistant City Manager

Teenager from Medina killed in car crash * The Bills choose Kaiir Elam * Mercy Flight Central to provide service in Western NY

Erie County Passes Gas Tax Cap, Canandaigua Mercy Chopper Helps Out in WNY, Rt 5 Closed For Accident Thursday, Bills New Stadium Details, Sabres Lose 5-0 to Bruins

More is learned about the Mercy Flight helicopter crash * Wahoo Wave is coming to Six Flags * The Bills get the 25th overall pick in the first round tonight

Mercy Flight crash investigation continues * Tornado touches down in Alexander * COVID-19 contact tracing ends Friday

2 Killed in Mercy Flight Crash, Alexander Power Lines Brought Down By Tornado, Niagara and Monroe Counties OK Gas Tax Reduction, Buffalo Poll Worker Accused of Election Violations

Mercy Flight crashed in Elba

Batavia City Schools Board schedules public hearing * Governor Hochul promises WNY hundreds of millions of dollars * Another candidate enters the governor race

State Supreme Court to Rule on Redistricting, Timothy Granison Pleads Guilty, Storms Caused Power Outages, Air Fryer Recall, Siena College Poll Shows Support For Hochul Lower

Batavia man charged with threatening to kill a woman with a knife * Investigation continues into the Oakfield house fire * Lucky Charms the subject of an FDA investigation

House Fire in Oakfield, LEGO Convention in Rochester, DEC Announces May 1st For Big Fish Season, LeRoy 70th Little League Season Begins, Sabres Win Against Islanders 5-3

Genesee Orleans Counties in Moderate Transmission Zone for COVID, 2 Injured After Motorcycle-Dump Truck Collision, New Batavia Middle School Principal, Buffalo Wins Snowiest City of the Year, Master Gardner’s Spring Garden Gala

Air fryer and food recall alerts * Batavia City Schools Board members approve budget * Owen Power scores his first career NHL goal

WV Mother Who Kidnapped Daughter Caught, Chase From Border to Wyoming County Ends in Field, Beginning of Turkey Season May 1st, Building in Rochester Facade Falls into Street, Sabres Beat Devils 5-2, Bills Sign David Quessenberry

Batavia City school board members propose $140,000 expenditure to repair BHS roof * An opportunity to dispose of unwanted prescription drugs on April 30 * Verizon outage from yesterday is now resolved

Masks Required Once Again in NY Mass Transit, Former Rochester Police Chief Running For State Congress, Prices on Good Tracked, National Guard Practicing With Firefighting Choppers, O-at-Ka Milk Putting in New Tanks for Alcohol Beverages

Rochester bus driver facing serious charges of abuse against a child * Facemasks still required in New York State on public transit * Genesee County to receive close to $424,000

NFTA Drops Mask Requirements, 200,000 People Without Power Following Spring Storm, Rochester Bus Driver Arrested For Sexually Assaulting Girl on Bus, Money From Opioid Lawsuits To Be Distributed to Counties, Bills Partner with Legends For New Stadium

Batavia man arrested following a traffic stop * GE Stainless Steel refrigerator recall * Scam alert

Counties Announce Plans to Lower Gas Taxes, Schumer Announces Plan For Federal funding for USS The Sullivans, Fire At Walnut Place, Soul Shop Training For Suicide Prevention At Northgate May 24th, Allen and Mahomes Team Up to Tackle Other QBs In Golf Tournament June 1st

Search continues for missing 11-month-old and her fugitive mother * Le Roy man arrested and charged with rape * Multiple officers injured at Orleans Correctional Facility

Van Leads Police on Chase Through Batavia, USS The Sullivans Still Underwater, 2 Charged With Unlawfully Owning An Alligator, Sabres Win 2 in a Row Over Weekend Against the Flyers

USS Sullivans Refloating Efforts Hit Setbacks, GCC Digital Art Exhibit, Mammoth Sale to Go On April 20-23, 2 New Penguin Chicks at Niagara Aquarium

Tonawanda Reservation resident faces multiple charges * Glue gun recall alert * Wind advisory remains in effect through this afternoon

Wind Advisory Till This Evening, USS The Sullivans Sinking, Darien Lake’s Giant Wheel Coming Down, School Buses Will Have to Be Zero Emission by 2035, NYS Dept. of Transportation To Deploy Speed Cameras to Work Zones, Buffalo Falls to St. Louis 6-2

The Giant Wheel is coming down * Phase 3 of water project more pricey than expected * Influenza cases on the rise in the GLOW region

Tuscarora Nation Threatens Roadblocks to Stop Marijuana Sales, NYS Cannabis Board to Meet May 20th, New York Gives Out 16 Million Dollars to Secure Nonprofits, Hochul Claims Bills Were Contacted By Other Cities To Move

Prescription drug for treatment of COVID-19 * Benjamin leaves Lieutenant Governor position * More information about the state budget tax credit

Lt Gov. Resigns, Batavia Players Working on New Playhouse, Property Tax Relief in State Budget, Sabres Beat Maple Leafs 5-2

City property tax assessor responds to the frustration expressed by residents * Arrest follows the accident on Lewiston Road * Power makes his debut with the Sabres tonight

Gast Tax Relief for State and Counties, Batavia JC Penney Property Could Be Turned into Hotel, Line Down on Lewiston Rd After Hit and Run, Batavia PD K9 Fundraiser at Chipotle, Police In LeRoy Gave Out Gift Cards In Memory of Deceased Teens Birthday

Beware of rabid animals * Universal Pre-K moving in Batavia * Gas prices trend downward

Grand Jury indicts Rochester man in connection to Le Roy break-in * Governor Hochul elaborates on the state budget * Sabres finish road trip tomorrow night in Toronto

Hochul Releases Highlights of 2023 Budget, 3 Eagle Scouts Honored, Hawley Says Budget “Full of Half Measures”, DEC Hiring Over 500 Seasonal Positions, Sabres Shut Out by Lightning 5-0

Buffalo Officers Accused of Assault Cleared of All Wrongdoing, Protestors at UB Allegedly Attack Speech Attendees, Penguins at Seneca Park Zoo Quarantined to Keep Safe From Avian Flu, Batavia Wants People to “Adopt a Park” for Earth Day, Sabres Lose to Panthers 4-3

Chamber of Commerce Home Show this weekend * Total solar eclipse two years from today * Budget agreement includes home health care workers

State budget Agreement Reached, Home Health Care Workers to Get Wage Increase, Social Security Offices Open for In Person Services, Genesee County Chamber of Commerce Home Show This Weekend, Sabres Lose In Carolina 5-3

New solar farm is coming to Byron * Genesee and Orleans counties are ranked low for Covid community spread * The Bills sign Stefon Diggs for another four years

Byron Gets Approval for New Solar Farm, No State Budget Yet, Dark Version of Alice In Wonderland Presented by Forum Players, Holland Land Office April 28th Java With Joe E., Bills Sign Stefon Diggs for 4 Year Extension

Local family is raising money for Ukrainian college student * Unknown substance found on a letter at Attica Correctional Facility * Alton Brown changes his mind

State Supreme Court Judge Found Dead of Suicide, State Budget Still in The Air, City Council President Comes in First in Shooting Competition, Buffalo Wings Once Again the Best According to Chef and TV Personality Alton Brown, Sabres Beat Hurricanes 4-2

Batavia City Council members get a raise * Former Buffalo Bills player faces several charges * Albion Central School District overcharged taxpayers by $17,000,000

Albion Central Schools Took 17 Million Dollars too Much in Taxes, Batavia PD Release Numbers for 2021, Canada Man Stopped Carrying 58 Handguns, City Council Votes Themselves a Pay Raise, Yard Waste Station Opens Monday

Alexander man arrested * Le Roy Central School District administrators are working on next year’s budget * Sabres lose 5-3

Cuomo Sues Ethics Board to Stop Investigation, Local Politicians Back The Blue in Brockport, Batavia Woman Wants Donations To Sell At Benefit Yard Sale For Habitat, Fantasy Island Set to Open in May, Sabres Lose To Panthers 5-3

Convicted Rochester Mob Hitman Escaped Custody, Nursing Homes Must Have 3.5 Hours of Individual Care a Day, Easter Egg Hunt at Centennial Park, GCC Hosting Pitch Competition, Sabres Win Over Predators 4-3

Batavia Police need your assistance * Suave antiperspirant recall * District Attorney not yet ready to go to the Grand Jury

NYS Supreme Court Judge Sends Back Redistricting Plan, Genesee Job Market Strong, Peanut Butter Recall, Batavia Man Wins Million In Scratch Off, St Paul Lutheran Chicken BBQ

Jiffy Peanut Butter recall * Genesee County Jail project is approved * Search for fugitive mother and 11-month-old continues

New Genesee Jail Bids Under Budget, 2nd Booster Shot Now Available for Over 50, Batavia Ramble Music and Arts Festival Coming in July, Star Wars Fan Film Shot Partly in Batavia, Sabres Lose to Jets 3-2

Unemployment on the decline in the GLOW region * COVID-19 cases on the increase in Western NY * Bisons opening day is less than a week away

Gov. Hochul Says Hundreds of Millions of Dollars from Seneca Nation to Go To Bills Stadium, Winter Weather Advisory for Livingston and Wyoming Counties, Jacobs and Langworthy Call on Biden to Get Out Of The Way, Darien Lake Amusement Park Hiring Fair, Genesee Wind Ensemble and GO Art Partner For New Painting Experience

Batavia man charged with a felony * State Attorney General James issues a warning to debt collectors * Six Flags is hiring 1500 positions for the upcoming season

US Marshals Searching WNY For Mother and Daughter From West Virginia, Buffalo Man Charged With Money Laundering and Other Crimes After Stop in Sheldon, Genesee County Mental Health Needs More Counselors, Erie County Not Running New Buffalo Bills Stadium, Sabres Beat Blackhawks 6-5

New Buffalo Bills Stadium deal has become official * Attica man caught sleeping while behind the wheel of his car * Job fair in Rochester

Orleans County Winter Weather Advisory, Chimney Fire in Batavia Contained Sunday Afternoon, Fowl Shows and Exhibitions Banned, Sabres Lose to Rangers 5-4

4 County Chase Leads to Arrest of Wanted Man, Batavia Man Caught Going Over 100mph, Capitol Building and White House Tours Available Through Chris Jacobs Office, Leroy Ambulance Raising Money for New Ambulance, Bills Stadium Loan Mostly Approved, Sabres Lose to Capitals 4-3

State announces ban on all live fowl shows and exhibitions * Batavia Downs has a new live harness racing/racing secretary * The work on Park Road in Batavia is just beginning

SUNY Brockport Moves Convicted Cop Killer Speech Online, 100th Great Batavia Train Show, First Baptist Church Fundraising Concert, Maple Weekends

Parolee is indicted for strangling an Oakfield woman * Jergens Ultra Healing Moisturizer recall * Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra to raise money for the Red Cross

Assemblyman Proposes Bill to Suspend Tolls, Rochester Carjackings, Road Paint Prices Up 25% Surprising County Legislature, Sabres Win Third Game In A Row Beating Penguins 4-3

Batavia man is charged with sexual abuse of four children * List of charges against an Alexander man grows longer * Dr. David Russell is the new principal at Le Roy Junior-Senior High School

New BID Director Has Plans For Italian Festival, 2 Perry Men Charged In Separate Crimes, Culinary Arts Students Going to NASA in Hopes to Feed Astronauts, USPS Has Tips for Dog Owners to Protect Workers

Local family sets up GoFundMe to help a Ukrainian exchange student * Investigation into truck-car fire in Pavilion continues * No steep surge in coronavirus cases expected

Car Carrier Catches Fire in Pavilion, DEC Releases New Fishing Regulations Starting April 1st, Cost of Gardening Up 25%, Bills Stadium Not Confirmed for NYS Budget, Bills Add Former Bills QB, Running Back and Wide Receiver to Team

Kelly Ashcraft pleads guilty * Lawmakers and farmers agree about not lowering overtime threshold * Gas prices show a slight decrease this week

Hawley Protests Ammo Tax, Batavia School Budget Too High, Congressional Art Competition, Sabres Win Against Canucks 3-2, Bills Trade for Browns QB

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