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Friday, September 22, 2017
A fire has caused damage at the under construction school transportation facility in Geneseo. Reports say it apparently started above vapor barrier that was being laid down on the floor—and cause significant damage. School officials say the building itself— or any adjacent buildings nearby on the southwest edge of the central school campus—were never in any danger. No word on if the project—set to be done in November—will be delayed.

Officials in Lima have heard about a a potential small hospital, that would serve people who live in a planned nursing home nearby. The so called “feeder hospital” would be part of a larger project that has been under discussion since July. Developers say the planned facility on Plank road would require the town to upgrade its infrastructure in the area..and town officials say they would need to careful consider that—and the demand for such an operation– when looking at the project.

A new survey ranks teachers the Honeyoye Falls-Lima school district as among of the best in the state. The nationwide ranking of schools from the website Nice.com puts Honeyoye Falls Lima as number 24 in upstate New York. The ranking measures student-teacher ratio, teacher absenteeism, overall academic grade of the district, teacher salaries and other factors to determine each school’s placement.

Police have arrestd a woman who was involved in a rollover crash in Livonia. Reports say she her car flipped on South Livonia road near vanzandt road—she suffered minor injuroies and refused to go to the hsopiatls..but was taken to the county jail where crininal charges were filed.

A  man is dead after a crash in Wyoming County.  State Police say 54-year-old Dean Dale of Corfu crashed into a tractor trailer on West Middlebury Road in Middlebury yesterday.  Police say he failed to yield to the truck and was pronounced dead at the scene.  

Do you remember Jolt Cola from the 80’s? The Rochester company that made the high caffeine, high sugar high calorie calorie carbonated drink says it has reached a deal to distribute it in Dollar general stores nationwide. Jolt has been out of stores for several years now.

And fall is here—or will be at exactly 4:02pm. The days and nights are roughly the same length—and from here—its shorter days and longer nights until the Winter Solstice December 21st.