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Corfu man arrested for grand theft auto in Pembroke. Nowak was apprehended on Thursday for the alleged larceny which was reported Sunday Afternoon.
He was charged with a felony count of Grand Larceny for allegedly stealing an automobile along with Harassment in the second degree with Physical Contact.
Police investigating hit and run in Batavia. Police were called to report of a hit and run accident at Jackson and Ellicott Street shortly after 7 Friday night. A black SUV apparently struck a gray Ford pickup truck and left the scene. No injuries were reported in the incident.
City Police subsequently located the unoccupied SUV behind Wortzman Furniture store with visible damage including a missing front grill. There was minor passenger-side fender damage to the gray pickup.
At last report police were continuing investigation into the crash. Orleans County couple arrested for child endangerment. State Troopers arrested 28 year old Jennifer Luxon and 29 year old Zachary Kujawa, both of Medina, following a month long investigation by Child Protective Services and State Police into an incident that occurred on September 11 at a Medina address. Luxon was charged with two counts of endangering the welfare of child and making a false statement while Kujawa is facing felony counts of Assault and Strangulation both in the second degree along with two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
He is expected back in the Yates Town Court on November 21st. Sex Offender in Basom indicted for failing to register. Daniel King has been indicted on a Class E felony for failing to register a change of address as a sex offender.
The convicted sex offender allegedly moved to an address on Phelps Road in the Town of Basom in January of this year and failed to register his change of address within the allowable time frame.
An Albion woman jailed for alleged assault n Byron. Pombert was ordered to be held on a felony count of Assault along with Class A misdemeanor counts of Obstructing Governmental Administration, Resisting Arrest along with charges of Disorderly Conduct and Harassment with Physical Contact. Photo is Joe Carrubba with Slickster Carrubba, 60, of Oakfield, died Oct. Carrubba was born into a harness racing family as his father Sam raced a stable at Batavia Downs.
For 39 years, Mr. Carrubba was a regular on the Western New York circuit along with occasionally shipping to race at other tracks in the state. Whether at the race track or away from racing, Mr. Carrubba always had a wonderful sense of humor and a deep love of his family. The Carrubba family will be present from 1 to 5 p. Carrubba will be laid to rest in St. In lieu of flowers, memorials in his memory are suggested to the family. Please share your words of comfort with Mr. Drug dealer in Batavia awaits sentencing amid pending case in Maine.
Convicted drug dealer and former Batavia resident 34 year old Quintin Spinks has been allowed to miss his scheduled sentencing in Genesee County Court on a drug dealing charge from August of last year.
Local authorities did not know Spinks whereabouts until recently and subsequently learned he had been arrested in June by federal authorities in Maine and was facing another drug charge included in an indictment accusing several others of drug dealing and weapons trafficking.
Spinks was afforded the leniency to miss his sentencing date locally at the request of his attorney. While he awaits his next appearance in Batavia Spinks has time to think about accepting a plea deal offering less than two years behind bars. Batavia resident charged with torturing a dog, relinquishes additional animals. Officers took a bearded dragon lizard, and two other mixed breed dogs, from the East Main Street residence of 23 year old Brandon Welch following his arrest on a litany of charges last week.
Welch had an emaciated pit bull mix pup seized from his residence after it was found near death. Welch was also charged with making a Terroristic Threat after he allegedly threatened to shoot law enforcement before responding to his home.
He voluntarily surrendered two firearms when officers took him into custody on a warrant and bail was not decided regarding the Class D Felony. Biden bringing big name support to McMurray in Congressional race. He and McMurray are battling to see who will lead the 27th Congressional District. During a stop in Rochester yesterday, the Dutchess County Executive said the next potential head-to-head between the candidates needs to focus on upstate issues.
Their first debate in New York City earlier this week mostly focused on issues important to that region of the Empire State. New York State Police, County Sheriff and municipal law enforcement agencies across the state will be out in force. Leaf collection begins next week. Citywide leaf collection starts Monday October 29th and will continue until November 30th. Residents can rake leaves to the parkway, but do not place in the street.
If your street has a route number such as Route 5, 33, 63 or 98 then please keep leaves out of the roadway. To schedule an individual appointment with Hawley, please contact his office at hawleys nyassembly. Halloween is meant to be scary, but not when it comes to driving. When it comes to drunk driving Halloween can turn the roads into a horror fest. While we spend time trick or treating and hosting parties with our loved ones, law enforcement officers across New York State will take to the roads in an effort to stop impaired driving, prevent injuries and save lives.
Research shows that high-visibility enforcement can reduce impaired driving fatalities by as much as 20 percent. Sobriety checkpoints play a key part in raising awareness about the problem. While STOP-DWI efforts across New York have led to significant reductions in the numbers of alcohol and drug related fatalities, still too many lives are being lost because of crashes caused by drunk or impaired drivers. You can help to make a difference by Having a Sober Plan!
All it takes is a little planning. Have a safe and happy Halloween Weekend! As they passed the three-quarters in 1: But with no time for even a breath, Roll With Faith was out and at her and the two paced in-sync around the last turn.
The team pacing ended as the tandem was split up heading down the lane because Roll With Faith simply opened up and cruised away to a wrapped-up four-length win in 1: Joe Skowyra trains the winner. Kevin Cummings had three winners on the night to lead all other drivers on Tuesday.
He now has 80 wins for the session and draws to within three wins of the current leader Drew Monti with Monti had one win on Wednesday. Racing resumes at Batavia Downs on Friday evening Oct. The early Pick-5 is a cent base wager that begins in race one and runs through race five. Amy Slusser and Francis Domoy. Richard Marecki Memorial Award. Richard Marecki served in various capacities at RIT from until his untimely passing in After his passing, the memorial award was established to recognize individuals who display a steadfast dedication and passion for RIT and education.
Nominated by RIT faculty and Alumni Society officers, Slusser was selected as the award recipient for continuously demonstrating her commitment to RIT and her passion for life-long learning. Upon returning to the United States in , Slusser joined Genesee Community College as a professor and program director for the Tourism and Hospitality Management program, which has significantly grown during her tenure.
On Thursday, November 1, at 7 p. The Academy is seeking candidates interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement. Training starts in April and ends with graduation in March Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, some Wednesday evenings and daytime on Saturdays.
The Information Session is the first step toward applying to the Academy. Attendees will learn about the application process, financial aid, veterans benefits and will receive an overview of the program, including physical fitness training standards and earning GCC college credits. Attendees will hear testimonials from graduates regarding the significance this program has had on their law-enforcement careers.
The minimum age to enroll in the Academy is 19 years to ensure that the candidate will reach the age of 21 in the two-year period that the Pre-Employment certificate is valid. There is no maximum age for admission, as long as the candidate can pass all entrance and exit physical-testing requirements. Candidates should not have any criminal history. A background investigation will be conducted by the RPTA.
If you are interested in attending one of these information sessions or would like more information about the Academy, contact Director Douglas Brooks at rpolice genesee. The BEST Center provides businesses and organizations with customized training solutions ranging from supervisory skills to technical training. The Center also offers numerous professional and personal development courses for individuals, including classroom and on-line opportunities.
The race will begin at 6 pm on Saturday, Oct. The course will wind through three historic cemeteries that are nearly contiguous — the Batavia Cemetery, St.
The route has been planned so runners stay mostly on paths in the cemeteries, not on public roads. There is also a route for walkers. Runners are encouraged to wear costumes, but they are not necessary.
Runners who wear costumes will be entered into a drawing for special prizes. To enter, go to www. The first entrants will receive a free tee shirt. All proceeds will be used by the Batavia Rotary Club for community service projects, such as scholarships to local high school students, veteran services and special youth activities. On Saturday, October 27, from 10 a. Pembroke Town Hall , Rt.
Chrissy is depicted as being quick to laugh at her own jokes, and quick to cry in an exaggerated, whining fashion as a young child would do. Chrissy's behavior was reflected somewhat by her cousin, and eventual replacement, Cindy Snow , although Cindy was more klutzy, and less dim. Chrissy is modeled as an ingenue , a minister 's daughter who seeks her fortune in the big city.
As the naif, she frequently and unknowingly makes suggestive double entendres and is often oblivious to the attention she receives from ill-intentioned men. Her roommate Janet remarked that Chrissy totally fell apart at the littlest hint of "sweet talk.
Regarding the character's look, for season three the makeup artist said that Chrissy should have snow-white hair, pink cheeks and dark eyes, and Somers suggested the hairstyle of an Afghan hound , and her signature side ponytail was created to hide an over-bleaching mishap. Somers had emerged as a breakout character in the show. In , she appeared on 50 magazine covers.
Somers was promoted as a rival to Farrah Fawcett by her manager, Jay Bernstein , who also managed Fawcett and other actresses of the day, such as Cheryl Ladd. After marrying former game show host Alan Hamel whom Somers met for the first time while modeling prizes on a game show he hosted , Somers made him her manager. Somers was eventually axed from the series in the fifth season after a bitter and highly publicized salary dispute with the producers.
On the series, her character of Chrissy was written out as having moved back home to Fresno to care for her ill mother. However, for a brief time and to finish Somers' contract , Chrissy continued to appear briefly on the show in the episode's closing tag wherein she would call Janet or Jack from home and speak to one of them over the telephone, and more often than not Jack or Janet would fill Chrissy in on what happened on that episode. A couple episodes after Chrissy left, her cousin Cindy moved into the apartment with Jack and Janet for the remainder of the season.
Upon the arrival of Terri Alden in season six ; references to Chrissy vanished, only to be referred to once when the trio was being interviewed and Chrissy was mentioned as "the other girl" with whom Janet was living when she met Jack. From what is implied, especially by the time of Terri's arrival, Chrissy simply decided to stay home in Fresno and never kept in contact with her old roommates again. Cindy Snow was portrayed by Jenilee Harrison during the show's fifth and sixth seasons — The cousin of the character Chrissy Snow, Cindy was phased out to make way for Chrissy's permanent replacement Terri Alden.
Ironically, Priscilla Barnes , who landed the role of Terri, had auditioned for the role of Cindy, but was turned down. Cindy hails from Fresno, the daughter of Mr. Raised on a farm, she grew to have a great love of animals, and enjoyed helping her father and mother out on the farm. Although Cindy is a very pretty girl, she claims she always "played second fiddle to Chrissy, because she was so beautiful. One day when Cindy was a young woman, Mrs.
Snow found her daughter's diary and read it from start to finish, and subsequently fell asleep! She said it was the most boring thing she had ever read and told Cindy that it would be a good idea if she did more with her life and got out of Fresno.
When Chrissy went back to Fresno to care for her mother, Cindy took the opportunity to move out and into the apartment, taking Chrissy's place as the third member of the trio. Cindy debuted on the show in after producers needed a replacement for Chrissy after Suzanne Somers was fired over her salary dispute.
At first, Jack Tripper and Janet Wood, Chrissy's roommates, worried about what it would be like to live with the klutzy farm girl, but they soon adjusted and became close friends with Cindy. When Chrissy declines to return and Somers' contract expired , Cindy's temporary stay became permanent. She also takes Chrissy's old office job, working for Mr.
Although she shares some of her cousin Chrissy's dim-witted and naive attitude, Cindy's trademark was that she was highly clumsy and accident-prone, often bumping into things or spilling things with Jack more often than not bearing the brunt. Her replacement would be Terri Alden, a nurse. Producers of the show were seeking a permanent third roommate and were not confident with Jenilee Harrison in that role.
Cindy did, however, continue to make appearances on the show during the sixth season, and was retained as a supporting character and given cast billing credit. She has many pivotal appearances through midseason, and becomes the trio's part-time housekeeper in the episode "Maid to Order", but still hung out with the trio. Her last appearance is in the episode "Janet Wigs Out" near the end of season six. Cindy and Janet have a falling out when Janet buys a blonde wig and develops a condescending attitude toward her friends.
When Janet wants to keep her wig a secret from her date, Cindy tries to prevent herself from revealing the truth. Terri Alden was portrayed by Priscilla Barnes.
Terri was born in Longmeadow, Massachusetts,  works as a registered nurse , and is portrayed as far less "ditzy" than her predecessors. Although Jack originally disliked Terri, owing to a disastrous first meeting at the hospital when she administered a tetanus injection for a stubbed finger into his behind , he forgave her and warmed up to her eventually.
Terri, in fact, convinced Jack to move in with Victoria Bradford, thus paving the way for the spinoff series Three's a Crowd. In response to complaints about the characterization of blondes on the show, the writers portrayed Terri as a "smart blonde", and a "woman with brains", electing to steer away from the ditziness of Chrissy Snow and the clumsiness of Cindy Snow, Terri's blonde roommate predecessors.
A dedicated professional at work, Terri is more relaxed when off duty and out of uniform. Stanley Roper was portrayed by Norman Fell. He has a love-hate relationship with his wife, Helen. Although they care deeply for each other, Helen and Stanley regularly bicker and engage in one-upmanship, with Helen usually the intellectual victor. A significant amount of their tension is due to Helen's ongoing desire for romance with Stanley, while Stanley is either clueless or uninterested.
During the character's time on the series, he was known for breaking the fourth wall by smiling and snickering at the camera after telling a one-liner joke , often at his wife's expense. One of his catchphrases is "Not tonight, Helen; I got a headache. Stanley is generally friendly toward the trio, but can be very angry if the rent is late. He is also not above exploiting his tenants' fear of raised rents to get chores and favors done. He is told that Jack is homosexual to bypass any objections he might have to a man living with two women.
He does not appear to dislike Jack or homosexuals in general, but he does keep his distance whenever Jack gets "too close" to him and sees Jack's supposed homosexuality as a source of amusement and makes several jokes at his expense, often calling Jack "Tinkerbell". Stanley is extremely cheap as revealed in the episode "Stanley's Hotline", in which the trio calls him "the cheapest man alive" and very much penny wise, pound foolish. Stanley drives a run-down Chevrolet Bel Air , which he attempted to sell to the trio, but reneged when he learned he could get a lot more money for it from another buyer who thought it was the classic and far more valuable model.
Brookes III who eventually sells them their house. Stanley intensely disliked Jeffrey, and the feeling is mutual. When Stanley and Helen were investigating buying the house, Jeffrey's son David explained to Stanley that if his father did not like Stanley and Helen, he would never let them move in. When Jeffrey arrived for the showing, Stanley began telling a false story that the house was perfect for his "drums" and "wild parties.
Jeffrey then posted a phony "sold" sign in front of the house to deter them. Stanley concealed his joy, but for Helen's sake he feigned sadness, saying, "I would buy it in an instant if it wasn't sold! Helen always yearns for romance and sex with her uninterested husband, Stanley, and he almost never delivers, which frustrates her. Helen enjoys a friendship with the three tenants who live above her, to whom she affectionately refers as "the kids".
Helen, unlike her husband, knows that Jack is not gay, but out of fondness for the trio, plays along with the charade. Contrary to her tightfisted and very suspicious husband, Helen does not mind that Jack lives with Janet and Chrissy, and is very understanding of their situation. She frequently tries to defuse tense situations between her husband and the trio. Eventually, Stanley and she move to Cheviot Hills, an affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles, where her natural snobbishness asserts itself, often aided and abetted by her sister, Ethel Armbruster, who clearly despises Stanley.
Despite her attempts at adopting the behavior of her more affluent neighbors, she still retains her kindness. Helen and Stanley returned to the trio's apartment in a special guest appearance. Helen was frustrated with Stanley because he forgot their anniversary. She went downstairs to Ralph Furley 's apartment to get some sleep Mr. Furley was out of town at the time.
A very tired Mr. Furley returned home early and went straight to bed, unaware that he was not alone. Roper came in the bedroom and said, "Helen, if this a supposed affair with Mr. Furley is what you want, so be it. Later, Stanley came back and started fighting for Helen against Mr.
Furley, which made Helen happy. Soon, the two went to sleep in Mr. Furley's bed, which could have been the answer to Helen's wishes. Ralph Furley was portrayed by Don Knotts. Ralph Furley is the landlord and manager of a Santa Monica apartment building that is now owned by his brother, Bart, who acquired it from Stanley Roper. Furley fancies himself a playboy, a "ladies' man" and a "macho man", despite the fact he has not had a date in years and not appealing to women at all.
Furley is very subservient and seems to fear his brother Bart. Like Stanley Roper before him, he was also tricked into believing that Jack was gay for him to continue living with Janet and Chrissy in fact, Mr. Roper was the one who told Mr.
Furley about this when he sold the building. Because of his own playboy lifestyle, Mr. Furley probably would have approved of the situation himself; but he knew his brother Bart would never tolerate a straight man living with two women. Roper before him, Mr. Furley liked to occasionally crack gay jokes about Jack at his expense calling Jack "Tippy Toes" as opposed to Mr. Furley often wears outlandish leisure suits in very loud colors with ascots, and has his apartment decorated like a playboy's pad.
Usually, his shirts are very brightly colored. For his role of Mr. Furley, Knotts donned a toupee. Furley's brother Bart is frequently mentioned by him, the character only appears in one episode, played by Hamilton Camp. Furley defends his decisions as apartment manager by stating that his brother Bart, being the owner of the building, would or would not also approve of a decision.
Many of the characteristics and mannerisms of Mr. Larry Dallas was portrayed by Richard Kline. He lives upstairs from the trio, and is Jack's best friend. He is also a womanizing playboy who often lies about his occupation to impress girls, claiming to be " Playboy ' s best photographer," a doctor , an airline pilot , etc. He habitually uses false names, including Jack's, when picking up women for one-night stands so that he might better forestall any attempts by such women to pursue a relationship, although the tactic backfired in "Will the Real Jack Tripper Larry is also constantly in debt, often owing Jack money.
In one episode, when being questioned by his landlord Mr. Larry is of Greek descent, though this fact and his original last name are mentioned only in the episode where Jack opens Jack's Bistro, in which Larry explains that he shortened it to "Dallas" because he "could never spell 'Dalliapoulos' ". Larry has the distinction of being the only other character besides Jack Tripper to appear on Three's Company and both of its spin-offs, The Ropers and Three's a Crowd.
When appearing on Three's a Crowd near the end of its single season, he states that he had moved to Bakersfield due to downturns in the used car business. Lana Shields was portrayed by Ann Wedgeworth. Lana Shields is a bosomy, amorous, three-time older divorcee who had an unrequited crush on Jack. The local Kmart is among Sears and Kmart locations listed for closure as part of the latest Bankruptcy filing.
Kmart Stores have been hanging on by a thin financial thread for the past several years but the local Kmart has managed to avoid closure, until now. The local Kmart is expected to close before the end of the year. According to the company a liquidation sale is expected to begin at the Batavia location in about two weeks.
Winterim is not only perfect for students enrolled at GCC, but for students enrolled in other colleges and universities as well. Students concerned about college debt keep their eyes open for cost savings that offer comparable experiences. GCC Winterim offers those benefits, while allowing students to lighten their academic load in the spring semester or earn college credits more quickly. Students looking to retain their New York State Excelsior Scholarship find Winterim courses maintain their credit hour requirements and eligibility, from the comfort of their home!
Without venturing outside, students can earn college credits while enjoying their semester break. The complete list of courses being offered during Winterim is available online and students are encouraged to sign up quickly as seats are limited. Homes and businesses will be affected. Please do not attempt to wash any clothing if your water is discolored. If you experience a discoloration of your water, run cold water for about five minutes or until clear. The Genesee Community College volleyball team took two of three matches this past weekend for their 12th region win.
Of the eight region teams that advance, the three teams beneath Genesee — with 10 wins — will battle for the final two region playoff spots when the regionals begin Oct. The Cougars swept two opponents over the weekend with a win over Corning and a win over host Tompkins Cortland.
The Hornets have only lost one region contest this season and although Genesse lost three of the four sets to Broome Saturday, they did score as many points as Broome over those four sets with each team scoring Ana Carolina Cerezer Pinto led the team in three categories against the Hornets including digs 25 , kills 10 and aces three.
In the sweep against the Panthers, Pinto led the team in digs with 11 and aces with eight. Obispa had nine kills with Lyndsey Rowland adding four blocks three solo. In the sweep against the Red Barons, Pinto led the team in kills with eight, Rowland in blocks with six and Audriana Reeves in digs with Genesee completes the regular season at Niagara Oct. During the months of September and October, the Cougars have gone a combined with the only loss to the current top-ranked team in the country.
The Cougars have out-scored their opponents in those last 11 wins with nine coming by shutout including the last four. Genesee keeper Jaclyn Guzdek has a nation-leading 10 clean sheets on the season to date. Against the Timberwolves, Leah Czechowski had a team-high five-point outing with the game-winning goal and three helpers.
Katline Cartwright and Bri Heers each had a goal and an assist for three-point outings. Khiva Huxhold added a pair of helpers, while Madison Hammond also had an assist in the win. Five Cougars recorded multi-goal performances with Rodrigo Albuquerque leading the way with four goals and a point afternoon. Hiago Barros de Souza led the team in assists with three; while a pair each came from Albuquerque, Sharman-Dodd and White.
Matthies Meyer and Adrian Bergman split the shutout with each logging 45 minutes in net. The race got away in post position order meaning Bugatti Jim Morrill Jr. After reaching the quarter in: Now in two rows, positions remained unchanged from the half to the three-quarters with the race proceeding in a timely 1: As the pacers were rounding the final turn, Bucceri swung A F F Bigdaddy three-deep at the apex and it was clear the pair meant business. Under a full head of steam, A F F Bigdaddy paced by In Runaway Bay and then Bugatti before opening up a three length lead and hitting the wire a wrapped-up 1: Four drivers scored doubles on Saturday night.
Drew Monti, Jim Morrill Jr. Multiple Larcenies in Alexander land Batavians in lock up. A pair of Batavia residents have landed behind bars after being arrested for numerous vehicle thefts in Alexander. The two were allegedly in possession of numerous credit cards and other property reported stolen in other vehicle larcenies around the Village.
Both were taken into custody and charged with multiple counts of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property. Mitchell was jailed without bail and Haley is being held in lieu of 5-thousand dollars with both slated to appear tomorrow in Alexander Town Court. Man found dead on the roof of the Albion Walmart. The man was apparently a contractor that had climbed onto the roof at about noon on Thursday to check for leaks according to investigators.
There is no evidence of foul play at this time and lawmen have yet to identify the victim. Health officials say a serious respiratory virus is spreading across New York. Nearly 40 children statewide have already been diagnosed with enterovirus EV-D68, including in the Western New York area. General symptoms include runny nose, coughing, and achiness, with more serious symptoms including wheezing and difficulty breathing.
In rare instances, the virus can cause acute flaccid myelitis, a serious condition that causes weakness in the arms and legs or even paralysis. Cuomo says the inspiration for violence comes from the White House.
Three protesters were arrested enraging witnesses and some officials. The Buffalo Bills are now 2-and-4 on the season after a disappointing to loss to the Houston Texans Sunday. After starting quarterback Josh Allen left the game with an elbow injury, backup quarterback Nathan Peterman led the Bills to a go-ahead touchdown to make the score to Houston tied the game with a field goal.
Buffalo got the ball back with less than two minutes left in the game, but Peterman threw an interception which Houston returned for the game-winning touchdown. Man found dead by deputies on the roof of Walmart in Albion. The man was found deceased on the roof of Walmart. Further investigation revealed that he was a contractor that had climbed onto the roof at about noon on Thursday to check for leaks. In the plea agreement Mlyniec agreed to waive his right to appeal.
He is scheduled for sentencing on November 14th. Health Department looking for dog that bit a bike rider. The assumed owner of the dog is described as a white female, between the ages of , with medium length dark hair. The medium build, knee-high dog is described as having black short fur with white on its legs and chest, and brown markings throughout.
Health Department Officials want to locate the owner of the dog to make sure the dog is up-to-date on its anti-rabies vaccine so the individual can avoid unnecessary treatment. Anyone with information on the dog or dog owner is encouraged to contact the Genesee County Health Department at ext. Sunday is the last day the track at the Daniel A. Likewise, the current playground across the street from the stadium adjacent to the Robert Morris Building also will be closed after October The playground will be relocated to a different area of the Robert Morris grounds and reopen in the spring.
Improvements to Jackson are slated to begin in February of next year, and the High School projects are scheduled to start in May. A federal judge in Manhattan has announced Collins will go on trial in February A former Wyoming County lawman has pleaded guilty to murder.
Mlyniec had been scheduled to go on trial later this month. He was accused of shooting Irvine to stop him from pursuing sexual abuse allegations against him. The Batavia City School District asking for help with the school budget process. Ambassadors will need to attend three budget sessions in February. The Buffalo Bills are hitting the road looking to win their second straight game. Buffalo won a nail-biter at New Era Field last weekend against the Tennessee Titans, while the Texans are coming off a victory against the Dallas Cowboys.
Kickoff is set for 1 p. This is the last week of the regular season for local high school football. Coverage on WBTA begins at 1: LeRoy hosts Wayland Cohocton. An Oakfield man has been named in a multiple count grand jury indictment accusing him of repeatedly raping a girl under the age of The indictment accuses Grabowski of raping the child on several occasions over the past for the past two years.
A Livingston County assemblyman is the latest state lawmaker to run into legal trouble. Federal officials say Joseph Errigo accepted bribes and introduced a bill to try and influence a development project. Errigo was arraigned yesterday and released. State Police arrested year-old Nauman Hussain yesterday during a traffic stop. Money has been pouring in to support the families of the 20 people killed in the Schoharie crash. Most of the money is being used to cover funeral and other expenses.
Moore will be available to meet the public from 4: The reception will be held in the city council board room at city hall. Martin Moore, should be on the job this Monday. Moore arrives here from New Mexico. The city has been without a full time manager since January and has paid certain department heads an extra stipend to take on added duties. Now the city council has approved the extra pay through the end of the year. Worth and three other middle managers will continue to get the extra to help Moore get up and running in his new job.
Previously, schools were responsible for creating and enforcing their own policies. The new regulations prohibit sexual relationships between students and professors, and set disclosure guidelines for relationships involving staff members. Flags across New York State are being flown at half-staff beginning tomorrow to honor the victims of the limousine crash in Schoharie.
The flags will remain lowered until all the victims are buried. The Times Union says the company that owns the vehicle, Prestige Limo, posted it for sale on Craigslist days before the tragedy. Investigators said earlier this week the limo failed recent safety inspections. Starting next year, catching a direct flight from Rochester to Boston is going to be easier.
JetBlue will be offering direct service to Beantown in January. Departing flights will leave around 10 a. No ticket prices have been announced. Right now, only one airline offers non-stop service from Rochester to Boston.
Responsibilities include transporting all concert equipment percussion, sound, podium etc to and from rehearsal and concert locations Genesee Community College and Centennial Park. A van or truck is necessary, and preference will be given to those applicants that the ability to pull a trailer. Please call or text Jason Smith at for more information. According to a new report, the Democrat brought in thousand dollars between July and the end of September. Most of the cash was donated after Collins was arrested on federal insider trading charges in August.
Marc Molinaro, the Republican candidate for governor is reportedly running out of money. Cuomo reportedly has more than nine million dollars in campaign funds. At this time four years ago, former Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino had a million dollars in the bank when he ran against Cuomo. A tipped tanker ties up traffic on Route A gasoline tank truck flipped on its side when it swerved to avoid a collision on Pearl Street and Wortendyke Roads yesterday afternoon. One person was taken to UMMC for treatment of minor injuries.
The hazmat team was called for clean up some spilled fuel. Route 33 re-opened later in the day. New details have been released about a deadly limousine crash that left 20 people dead.
Governor Cuomo reveals the limo driver did not have the proper license and that the vehicle had recently failed inspection. More fire hydrant flushing today. Homes and businesses in that area will be affected and may see temporary discoloration of water.
The Batavia Police Department is looking to speak with this individual as a witness in reference to an incident which occurred at Speedway in July of this year.
Anyone with information in reference to the case may contact Detective Eric Hill at or the Batavia Police Department at , the confidential tip line at or online HERE.
A weekend crash on Route 63 in the Town of Bethany claims the life of a Williamsville man. The ambulance was out of service being returned to the fire department following an EMS call. Rahman was pronounced dead at the scene. The ambulance was driven by Bethany fireman James Duval. Two children, under the age of five, were apparently drugged and left alone in a LeRoy home. Police arrested two people they say should have been caring for the children. Police say the children were given medication to make them sleep and were left alone for an extended period of time.
A Rochester police officer will be OK after accidentally shooting himself. The chief says he was trying to put the gun in the holster at the time. Destro partnered his entire career with Deputy Chris Erion. Destro was an 8 yr. The Buffalo Bills are back on the winning track. Buffalo is now two and three on the year.
Banks, government offices and schools will be closed today, and there will be no mail delivery. Deputies say the crash remains under investigation. K-9 Deputy Destro has died. He has partnered his entire career with Deputy Chris Erion. Destro was recently diagnosed with cancer. He has also participated in helping to find lost persons. Destro developed heath concerns earlier this past week and passed away yesterday, Friday October 5, , at the Cornell University Companion Hospital with his handler, Deputy Christopher Erion, by his side.
Destro will continue his service in death, as his body will be made available to Cornell University Veterinary Students to learn and study from for a brief period of time.
His remains will then be returned to his family home in Byron where he will be laid to final rest alongside two other family dogs. It was the second-consecutive week two Cougars captured national player of week honors and brought the total national acknowledgments on the year to six for contests played from the start of the fall season. Of all the Division-III three schools that compete with Genesee, the six overall Genesee national acknowledgements are more than twice as many as any other junior college that competes in the same sports as Genesee does collectively.
Each fall sport that Genesee participates in has named 10 national honorees through the first five weeks of the season. To date, among the three sports 30 selections have been made nationally two per sport X three sports X five weeks. In volleyball, Rowland joined Ana Carolina Cerezer Pinto from the Cougar roster as two of those 10 selections in volleyball over the past five weeks. The success of the Cougar athletes has led GCC to a collective record in the three sports of so far this season with more than half of the nine losses to nationally-ranked opponents.
The Art of Mandy will sponsor the painting festivities. You must be 21 years of age to register for the event. Anyone under the age of 21 will not be admitted. Please bring a valid ID. Volunteers are still needed to help with setup, cleanup and various onsite duties. If you are interested in volunteering, please call If you are interested in sponsoring the event, or to purchase tickets, please contact Ellen Brokaw at or ebrokaw homecare-hospice.
Tickets can also be purchased online at www. Come celebrate the holiday season and support a great cause! We hope to see you there! I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to schedule their preventative screening. In fact, thanks to legislation I supported A. No matter which screening process you and your doctor decide is best for you, there is nothing more important than early detection. Please make an appointment to get screened today or for more resources, visit www.
Minor ceases all operations. The year old footwear manufacturer in Batavia, P. Minor, has ceased operations and laid off all employees. The announcement was made effective Friday morning around The news meant the remaining 40 shoemakers were losing their jobs after the workforce was cut in half for restructuring just last week. All assets of P. In a statement release P.
We want to thank them for their dedication, loyalty and hard work. Minor which was founded in in Batavia is the second oldest footwear manufacturer in the US. According to our news partner The Batavian former owner Peter Zeliff said there is some hope that investors may be found for the orthopedic line.
A Batavia man accused of menacing with a knife. Following investigation into an incident on Oak Orchard Road in Elba Friday night Dispenza was accused of threatening people in the woods with a knife. He was given an appearance ticket for October 15th in Elba Town Court.
Most of the thefts have occurred overnight and most have been made from un-locked vehicles. Lawmen are reminding residents to always keep their vehicles locked to prevent theft. Kenmore Police Chief busted for possessing opioids. Peter Breitnauer, of Kenmore, was arrested and charged by criminal complaint with possession of hydrocodone. Breitnauer admitted to federal agents that he is addicted to hydrocodone, a Schedule II controlled substance, and had been taking hydrocodones from the Medication Drop Box located at the Kenmore Police Station for his personal use.
The defendant guided agents to a closet in his office, where he had stashed more than hydrocodone pills. Breitnauer made an initial appearance on Friday in a federal court and was released on conditions. For the second time this season, the Buffalo Bills will get to play in front of their home crowd.
P W Minor appears to be gone for good. In a surprise move the year old company announced it had ceased all operations effective at 10 a. The remaining 40 employees have all been let go.
P W Minor had just announced a week ago it was re-structuring by idling one of its manufacturing lines and laying off 45 workers. At the time, P W Minor said it would retain about 40 employees to keep its orthopedic and diabetic footwear lines in operation.
But in an about face today, the company says it is shutting down everything. Local businessman Peter Zeliff bought the company four years ago. Earlier this year, Zeliff sold the company to Tidewater and Associates and carried paper on the purchase.
Zeliff said he foreclosed on the loan this week. He told our news partner The Batavian there is some hope that investors may be found for the orthopedic line, but Zeliff says he has no plans on getting back into the shoe making business.
Minor, founded in and located in Batavia, New York, is the second oldest footwear manufacturer in the United States and the maker of orthopedic and diabetic athletic, dress and casual shoes. P W Minor has ceased operation as of 10am this morning. Just last week the company had announced a re-structuring idling one of its manufacturing lines and laying off 45 employees. The project will create 17 new jobs and retain 68 current jobs.
The expansion includes the addition of at-grade garages for residents as well as increasing the number of housing units from 51 units to 55 units. The larcenies have occurred during the overnight hours. Residents are reminded to keep their vehicles locked and to report any suspicious activity that they observe to The Genesee Community College athletics department announced Daniel Allen as its new swimming and diving head coach Oct.
The GCC swimming and diving season begins Oct. Cougar Athletes of the Week Announced. The Genesee Community College Athletics department announced its players of the week for the week ending Sept. It was the second consecutive week that a pair of Cougars was selected with national weekly recognition. During her 14 sets, the sophomore middle blocker recorded 22 total blocks with 11 solo and 10 digs. During those contests, the freshman striker collected seven goals and four assists.
The General Election will be held on November 6, Polls open at 6: Mail registrations must be postmarked by October 12th and received at Board of Elections no later than October 17th. If you have been honorably discharged from the military or have become a naturalized citizen since Oct.
The last day to make a change of party enrollment is also October 12th. Applications for absentee ballots must be postmarked by October 30, November 5, is the last day to apply in person for an absentee ballot at the Board of Elections.
November 5, is the last day to post mark a General Election absentee ballot and must be received by the county board no later than November 13, November 6th is the last day to deliver a General Election ballot in person to the County Board of Elections, by close of polls.
The hours at the Genesee County Board of Elections are 8: Extended hours are as follow;. Stolen firearms from the Firing Pin land a Batavia man in lock up. Law Enforcement located a number of stolen weapons while searching the home of a Jackson Street man, which appear to be those taken in a recent burglary from the Firing Pin in Bergen. Police discovered 10 or more stolen weapons in the search of his home all matching those taken from the Firing Pin last Thursday night.
Initially lawmen said a total of 14 guns were taken. Coles was ordered to be held without bail in the county jail. House fire in Byron deemed a total loss. The fire was called in by a passerby and no one was home when the fire started. It remains unclear whether any pets were in the home at the time and if they made it out or not. The house was deemed a total loss along with the garage that was also completely destroyed in the blaze.
Batavia Sex Offender jailed without bail for failing to report. Magilocco is deemed a level three sex offender and is required by law to register any change in internet accounts to authorities. He was ordered to be held in the Genesee County Jail without bail and is expected to reappear in City Court on November 1st.
Rochester resident picked up for Grand Larceny in Batavia. Congressman Chris Collins is asking to be excused from appearing in court. A hearing is set in Manhattan next week to discuss the status of the case against Collins and two co-defendants. The Republican was arrested on insider trading charges back in August and has pleaded not guilty.
A Batavia man is accused of possessing several guns that police say were recently stolen from the Firing Pin shooting range in Bergen. Coles is being held in the county jail without bail. His arrested followed a search of his Jackson Street home where police said the weapons were located, all matching those taken from the Firing Pin last Thursday night.
At the time, lawmen said a total of 14 guns were reported stolen. An Elba man gets seven years in state prison after copping a plea to rape. Cole avoided additional charges included in his indictment by accepting the terms of the deal along with a prison sentence that could have been twice as long if he was found guilty at trial.
The Senate passed a bill yesterday that includes money to keep pilot training requirements in place. Investigators say pilot error caused the crash that killed 50 people. Yesterday, the Sabres named Jack Eichel as the 16th full-time captain of the franchise. In a typical home fire, you may have as little as one to two minutes to escape safely from the time the smoke alarm sounds.
Knowing how to use that time wisely takes planning and practice. Fire Prevention week is October , NFPA statistics show that the number of U. However, the death rate per home fires that are reported to fire departments was 10 percent higher in than in Carli also notes that although people feel safest in their home, it is also the place people are at greatest risk to fire, with four out of five U.
That over-confidence contributes to a complacency toward home escape planning and practice. If the alarm system sounds, take it seriously and exit the building immediately. For more information about Fire Prevention Week and home escape planning, visit www.
There are many promotions and schedule changes at Batavia Downs over the next nine days and here is a look at the line-up. Schroeder raced some of the best trotters of his era at Batavia Downs and even competed in the Hambletonian with Collier St. Since coming to the U. Bioness has won three out of seven starts, taking a mark of 1: Fans attending the races Saturday can take advantage of the Match Play promotion. After the races on Saturday, there will be a live tribute concert to American Graffiti in the Paddock Room.
Then on Columbus Day Monday Oct. Then there is a schedule change that needs to be noted. There will be no racing on Wednesday Oct. Wednesday was cancelled due to a lack of horses and Thursday was simply moved to Saturday Oct.
The clubhouse and buffet both open at 3: For more information on live racing at Batavia Downs please log on to www. She was perfect in September and has now started October the same way. Kevin Cummings sent Roll With Faith to the front of the scratch-shortened field and settled into a comfortable dictatorial position. Stepping off fractions of: Over the last two seasons this mare has won just under half of her lifetime races, bagging 35 wins over that period.
The Genesee Community College Foundation has kicked-off its annual campaign themed Scholarships in Action to raise funds for much-needed student scholarship assistance.
As a cancer survivor, single parent, full-time employee with three jobs, Ms. Carasone is also a GCC Human Services student and scholarship recipient who hopes to one day work in the medical field in the near future. The entire community is invited to enjoy the music of The Easy Street Band and hear how scholarships have impacted students, families and communities in Orleans County.
The longest running and very popular scholarship fundraising effort the Foundation hosts is coming up quickly. The Encore Celebration: To find out more about what you can do to support Foundation Scholarships, visit https: Earlier this year, the GCC Foundation united its scholarship recipients and donors to celebrate their shared interest in academic success!
The Genesee Community College Foundation is doing all they can to help eliminate financial obstacles to higher education. The website allows students to review all of the available scholarships, complete the application online, filter for eligibility and automatically apply.
The deadline for all applications is November 1, ! Batavia offers a piece of history at School fundraiser. Community members are invited to own a piece of the historic ground of the Daniel A. The stadium is being demolished and the turf is being taken out to make way for a new state of the art facility. The event is taking place Saturday, October 13th from 9 a.
Organizers will have shovels available for use. An Elba man receives sentence for rape conviction. As part of a plea agreement Cole admitted to having a sexual relationship with a 14 year old girl.
Cole avoided additional charges included in his indictment by accepting the terms of the plea deal along with a prison sentence that could have been twice as long if he was found guilty at trial. Stafford man arrested for felony violation. Kelly was charged with a single count of first degree Criminal Contempt a Class E Felony for repeatedly violating the court order.
Nearly decade old crash in Clarence leads to new level of pilot safety. Investigators say pilot error caused the crash into a house in Clarence Center that killed 50 people. Capture a Piece of the Historical Daniel A.
All present and former staff, students, athletes, spectators, and members of the Batavia community including Notre Dame alumni , are encouraged to participate in this event!
On Saturday, October 13, , from 9 a. We encourage your participation and look forward to you stopping by the Daniel A. Shovels will be available for your use. For more information about the event, email Julia Rogers. The evening includes an opening reception charcuterie board, and five course food and wine pairing. Each course will feature a different meat product thoughtfully prepared by chef Travis Barlow, and paired with wines from the Finger Lakes.
This second year event is an opportunity for great food, fun and to learn more about buying local meat to fill your freezer! Throughout the evening guests will have the opportunity to talk to farmers who raise livestock and sell local meat products in western New York. MeatSuite, started in , is designed to increase freezer trade sales of local meat by connecting farms with consumers. Farms can create profiles featuring contact information, prices, photographs, descriptions of products, livestock raising practices, and more.
Consumers visit the site to search for farms that match their buying preferences. There are over 50 farms in Western New York participating on the site. For more information please contact Sarah Carlson at sac cornell.
Requests made after this date will be met when possible. The selection spans several decades and is unique in that it features many of the largest works in the Gerald Mead Collection, some of which have never been exhibited.
Collectively these works explore the range and depth of artistic expression in our region and underscore the achievements of the artists who created them.
The artists included are: Guests can hear from collector Gerald Mead on October 9, at Mead is an award-winning artist and educator, arts writer and former longtime curator at the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo. Since he has assembled an encyclopedic private collection of over 1, artworks by artists associated with this region by birth or residency.
Thematic exhibitions from the Gerald Mead Collection have been presented at museums, numerous college and university galleries and other public venues, most recently at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford. The gallery is also open during special events as published at www. The event is free and open to the public; however seating is limited. Those wishing to attend can RSVP by calling in advance. Within 15 years she has held various positions in the fashion industry, including retail, wholesale, buying, development, branding, strategy, fashion show production and event planning.
Habes earned her B. Her career path touches on all the concentrations GCC offers as well as the enormous potential careers available in the fashion industry. With an official transcript or copy of a GED, attendees will be able to apply and get admitted on the spot!
Experts will be available to assist with every step of the process between 9 a. To attend any portion of the Saturday Visit Day, interested individuals should go to http: Visit Day walk-ins are welcome; however registration for the event guarantees a one-on-one session with a financial aid expert to help complete the FAFSA application online.
Sessions will be available between 9 a. For more information, contact Nick Wockasen at nwockasen genesee. The City of Batavia is advancing the Downtown Revitalization DRI Initiative to create a vibrant sustainable city that is inclusive of all ages and socioeconomic situations.
There are parts of Batavia that are designated as highly distressed with higher than average unemployment and poverty. However, the DRI, combined with the Batavia Pathway to Prosperity BP2 , a program to reinvest PILOT payments from all taxing jurisdictions directly into highly distressed areas, will help to combat poverty and revitalize brownfield sites. These programs offer a long-term solution to reduce blight, build the economy, and provide prosperity for all. The DRI project investments will bring immediate change that you will be able to see and feel within the next year to five years.
Grant winners will be working with state agencies soon to enter into formal grant agreements. As soon as the state contracts are signed we will be able to communicate the terms and application process with property owners in the BID. We will be reaching out with direct mail, email, and public meetings. The County continues to support economic development and private sector investment. We understand and support the value of getting our downtown aligned as a safe friendly place for students to live and play.
As a City of Batavia resident, I could not be more thrilled to be a part of the resurgence in Batavia and across our community. DRI Renderings and Pictures: Growth in the Genesee County Fair leading to expansion and setting a new standard for the state. They are looking to add another day to the beginning of the week long fair and an additional day at the end giving families two more days to spend at the fairgrounds.
They anticipate 60 to 75 people will be attending the meeting. Darien man is facing serious prison time after being picked up on child porn charges.
Seegar has been accused of posing as a teenage boy asking young girls to send him sexually explicit pictures. Agents said Seegar was communicating inappropriately with 10 to 12 year old girls from a school in Niagara County.
If convicted Seegar could spend 5 to 20 years in prison and be ordered to pay a quarter million dollar fine. He is currently being held pending a detention hearing slated for Friday. West Nile is transmitted by mosquitoes, and symptoms include headaches, skin rash and swollen lymph nodes.
Health officials encourage anyone experiencing symptoms to call your doctor immediately. Assemblymen Hawley receives high rating from taxpayer watchdog group. A Sweet Grand Opening is upcoming in Elba. The 80 year old candy making company tripled its confectionery manufacturing capacity over the summer by moving its entire kitchen operation to the Elba facility located at S.
There will be tours, vendors, live music, giveaways and more. The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants in the area north of Main Street and east of Bank Street today and tomorrow from approximately 9 a. Homes and businesses in the area may experience temporary discoloration of water.
If your water is discolored remember to run cold water for about five minutes or until clear. Federal Agents slap metal bracelets on a Darien Center man for allegedly asking young girls to send him sexually explicit pictures. Agents say 29 year old Alexander Seegar of Darien Center posed as a teenage boy and tried to lure 1o to 12 year old girls to send him explicit photos.
Seegar has been charged with receipt and possession of child pornography. He faces 5 to 20 years in prison if convicted. Agents said Seegar was communicating with girls in Niagara County. A Livingston County man gets 25 years for producing child porn. It looks like any plans to build a new stadium for the Buffalo Bills are likely on hold. More fire hydrant flushing in Batavia. The tests may result in temporary discoloration of water which you should run cold for about five minutes or until clear.
October is National Farm to School Month. Since its Congressional dedication in , schools are encouraged to collaborate with local farmers to bring fresh, local produce into school cafeterias throughout October. For the past five years, she has been out in the community working with farms to source fresh, local ingredients. Fresh fruit is on the menu every day at Byron-Bergen schools and, if a student chooses an apple, it likely came from Roanoke Apple Farm. The family owned and operated farm is located twelve miles from the school.
The proprietor Linda Williams delivers the handpicked fruit directly to the school. I like knowing that we help them eat fresh and clean. Not just the apples have a quick commute to the school. Dellapenna also locally sources green beans, cucumbers, cabbage, onions, and squash from Torrey Farms in Elba. Torrey Farms has been family owned and operated for twelve generations with seasonal employees with forty years of experience with the company. While Torrey Farms generally sells to stores and wholesale distributors, they make an extra effort when it comes to schools.
However, getting the food to the school is only the first challenge. Dellapenna and her team must choose recipes that the students will enjoy. Much of the local produce requires preparation.
Unlike canned green beans, fresh green beans are washed, snipped, and cooked in the school kitchens and Dellapenna must keep an eye on labor hours. But Klycek and her staff understand the importance of bringing the students fresh food.
As the local growing season ends, Dellapenna will need to rely more on preserved and imported produce for the schools. However, come spring, she will be back out on the farms seeking out the best local produce for the Byron-Bergen students. Dellapenna and Kyle at Torrey Farms Photo credit: Carol Burchfiled prepares fresh produce in the Byron-Bergen Jr.
High School Kitchen Photo credit: Greg Lindberg of the Small Business Administration will conduct the workshop. The workshops are open to all Chamber and non-Chamber businesses and their employees and will offer expert advice from experienced professionals designed to help small businesses succeed and grow.
The workshop will be held at the Chamber of Commerce office, Park Rd. The session will run from 8: Chamber members and Batavia Business Improvement District members may attend all small business workshops free of charge but should make reservations to insure space. To reserve a seat in any workshop or for more information, contact Steven Falitico at ext. Darien man behind bars accused of possessing child porn. Federal agents arrested 29 year old Alexander Seegar of Darien Center following a criminal complaint that he was inappropriately communicating with underage girls and in possession of numerous photos of child pornography.
Seegar is accused of sexting 10 to 12 year old female students in a Niagara County school while posing as a 16 or 17 year old boy. He allegedly requested they send him sexually explicit photos in the conversations. Seegar has been charged with receipt and possession of child pornography and now faces a minimum of five years in prison and a maximum of 20 years, along with a quarter million dollar fine if he is convicted.
He is currently being held pending a detention hearing scheduled for this Friday. Lengthy prison sentence handed to child porn producer in Livingston County. According to prosecutors, officials in Belgium reached out to ICE and Homeland Security Investigators after a Belgian citizen said he was paid several times for disturbing videos and images of his four and six year old daughters.
Matacale was also accused of requesting and receiving naked pictures from a 16 year old girl in Vermont through online conversations. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison. Kid Rock concert goers get aggressive and nine end up in cuffs.
Three people were taken into custody for Disorderly Conduct after allegedly engaging in a fight and one was arrested after allegedly interfering with Deputies breaking up a fight. Two were charged with Harassment for allegedly punching another patron in the face and for threatening to harm a Live Nation Security Officer and two concert goers were additionally picked up on outstanding arrest warrants and turned over to outside law enforcement agencies.
All nine were given appearance tickets returnable to Darien Town Court on October 16th. Hydrant Flushing happening tomorrow. The City of Batavia Fire Department will be flushing fire hydrants tomorrow and Thursday, from around 9 a. The tests may result in temporary discoloration of water to which you should run cold water for about five minutes or until clear. The Bills host the Tennessee Titans Sunday afternoon.
Nine arrested at the Darien Lake Kid Rock concert. Three were arrested Friday night for fisty-cuffs in the parking lot. Three others were collared for trying to get into the concert after being thrown out. None of those arrested were from Genesee County. Just over half of the workforce was laid off on Friday as the company restructures by idling one of their production lines. The company has announced it will focus all of its attention on its orthopedic and diabetic footwear lines.
Batavia Police continue to look for the shoplifting suspect who got away clean with a dozen cases of Tide Pods. The suspect boosted the detergent packets from Tops late yesterday afternoon. If you know anything, you are asked to call Batavia Police. The Siena College poll finds percent of voters support Cuomo in a six-person field for Governor, while percent back Molinaro. Working Families Party candidate Cynthia Nixon has 10 percent support, and the other three minor party candidates have a combined backing of four percent.
New Yorkers will have a record number of female candidates to consider on Election Day. The data also shows many of them are running for public office for the first time. The event features theme baskets, a pizza and bake sale and a serving contest for a chance to win prizes donated by area businesses and volleyball families.
Community members wishing to donate to the Alexander event may contact Colette Yax at or Laura Marzolf at The fun begins October 10 at 5: Alexander Central School is located at Buffalo St. This event is growing in popularity and we expect more than guests this year. Howard and Michael Ouriel, harness horse owners, are major sponsors of the event. The following persons were arrested for DWI during the detail and are to appear in the Town of Darien court at a later date:.
He was also charged with 2nd degree Aggravated Unlicensed Operation. He was issued an Appearance ticket to return at a later date.
He was arraigned and Released to appear at another date. Hiago Barros de Souza led the Cougars with a pair of goals and a four-point afternoon. Three other Genesee players finished with three points with one goal and one assist each from Ed Port , Sam Hall and Rodrigo Albuquerque.
Philip Melo added a pair of helpers, while James Lighton added one goal and Hijiri Sano one assist to round out the score sheet. Matthies Meyer registered the win in net with three saves.
Genesee faces Jamestown on the road Oct. Genesee relied on a balanced attack with three first-half goals and three in the second half. Overall, 10 Cougars found the scoresheet with the top point-getter being Katline Cartwright with a pair of goals that included the game winner for a four-point outing. Leah Czechowski added three points from one goal and one assist, while Miko Yamashita had a pair of assists as the only other Cougars in on multiple goals.
Molly Reyngoudt gave Genesee some breathing room with a timely goal in the final minute of the first half. Autumn Jeffery and Bri Heers rounded out the scoring for the Cougars. The Cougars peppered the Spartan net with 41 shots. Lucan Hanover John Cummings Jr. As was the case the past two weeks, Cummings put Lucan Hanover on the point right off the gate and was never headed from there. Posting fast fractions of: The Genesee Community College volleyball team traveled to Finger Lakes Community College for three pod matches and came away with three wins.
The Cougars have now won seven of its last eight and became the first Genesee fall sports team to record double-digit wins on the season. The Cougars started the day with eight wins and now have Nine of those have been by sweeps, while the other two have displayed the mark of resiliency of a team that shows tremendous promise.
That resiliency was on display Saturday afternoon when Genesee rallied from an start to take the last three sets against Herkimer. It was the second time this season that the team rallied in that same impressive fashion with a sweep of the final three sets after being down Against Herkimer, Genesee lost the first two sets and , but rallied with set wins of , and Ana Carolina Cerezer Pinto led the team in a pair of categories with 34 digs and 22 kills.
Genesee won in straight sets of , and Alsworth again led the team in aces with three against Mohawk Valley, while Pinto had 11 kills and Audriana Reeves led the team in digs with Against Fulton-Montgomery, the Cougars cruised with set wins of , and Rowland shared the blocking lead with Ariah Toch a with four. Pinto led in kills with seven, while Grace Zandrowicz led in digs with eight.
Half the workforce of P. Minor returns this morning following layoffs. Less than half of the employees at P. Minor will be returning to work this morning after the company announced that 45 full-time workers in their Batavia factory are being laid off.
Friday afternoon the year old Batavia Business now owned by Tidewater and associates out of Delaware released a statement saying that in a restructuring of operations it will focus its attention on orthopedic and diabetic footwear where the market appears to be growing. The company says in an effort to find jobs for their displaced workforce it has reached out to other local employers. Pembroke woman arrested after endangering a child on the Rez. Solomon was accused of putting a child in danger as she reportedly became uncooperative with law enforcement.
Police seek assistance in identifying suspect trying to take Tide Pods from Tops. City Police report an unidentified man attempted to steal 12 cases of Tide Pods from Tops Supermarket yesterday afternoon at around 4 p. After being confronted by staff the suspect fled the scene on foot and was believed to have fled to the Tonawanda Creek bank.
If anyone has information please contact Officer Lawrence at A State Senate committee is holding a public hearing today on an executive order giving parolees the right to vote. The governor said back in April he thought it was wrong to deny those who have served their sentence their constitutional right to vote.
For the first time since , the Buffalo Bills are dealing with the aftermath of a shutout loss. At that station, Southern Palms Kevin Cummings pulled first up with Call My Broker Drew Monti on his back and they tried to advance on the leader past the five eighths.
At that point BZ Glide was locked in tight last behind horses fanning three deep at the three-quarters and things were looking bleak. But as the race progressed through the turn, Southern Palms finally faded to last allowing BZ Glide a spot to get off the pegs. Then a good five lengths off the leader and forced to tip three-wide himself, Caprio unleashed BZ Glide and with a couple of rocks and a couple of knocks the big horse responded heartily and rolled by everyone to win in 1: Minor now owned by Tidewater and Associates out of Delaware has announced that 45 full-time workers in their Batavia factory are being laid off along with a so called restructuring of operations.
In a statement released yesterday afternoon the year old company said that it will focus its attention on the orthopedic and diabetic footwear where the market appears to be growing.
Minor has gone through two ownership changes in the past four years. Minor declined to be interviewed about the release. Suspect accused of drug related killing in Hamlin double homicide. The bodies of the two young men were found earlier this month in a burned out vehicle behind a business on King Street in Hamlin. Authorities said the killings were apparently drug related. Earle is charged with two counts of murder and is now in the Monroe County Jail without bail.
Jackson Primary student spurs City School officials to review procedures. School officials immediately instituted their Emergency Procedures and contacted the police and the child was located shortly thereafter and was returned safely to school. The District immediately reviewed its procedures to determine how this incident occurred and have made the necessary changes. The School said student safety is the top priority and they will always take the appropriate measures to protect them.
In a statement from DOT Commissioner Paul Karas and Director Matthew Driscoll, they say the DOT has reached an agreement with the Federal Highway Administration to launch an innovative experimental project to allow tourism signage to highlight cultural, historic, and other significant state attractions off the highway system.
They say this is a win-win for all parties and that this agreement resolves the preexisting matter between the state and the federal government and that the state will continue to receive all federal highway aid.
DOT officials did not mention if any signs would be taken down in the statement and said the DOT will submit a final plan on this new project in the coming months.
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