Author: Jerry Lademan

The Livingston County Sheriffs office says it will close a part of Rt 63 on and off today as part of the search for a man who pulled a gun on a police officer there back in July. David Clyde Morgan hasn’t been seen since that incident back on July 18th in Geneseo. Sheriff Thomas […]

Tuesday, September 18, 2018 Looks like Congressman Chris Collins will stay on the ballot in November after all. His legal counsel says there appears to be no easy way to replace Collins so they have decided not to push for taking Collins name off the ballot. Collins suspended his campaign after he was indicted last […]

Monday, September 17, 2018 The deadline for Republicans to remove Congressman Chris Collins’ name from the November ballot is coming up this week. GOP leaders have until Wednesday to make that happen. Traditionally, the only way to remove a candidate’s name is if they die, move to another state or are nominated for a different […]

Friday, September 14, 2018 Livingston County will have a new representative in Albany. Political Newcomer Marjorie Byrne easily beat incumbent Joe Errigo 61.1 percent to 37.4 percent. The district includes all of Livingston and parts of Monroe and Steuben Counties. Livingston county provided the path to victory for Byrne, where she received more votes that […]

Thursday, September 13, 2018 Primary day today in New York. In Livingston County, polls are open from 12 to 9. One local race pits incumbent Joe Errigo against challenger Marjorie Byrne in the 133rd assembly district in a Republican primary. Statewide, Governor Andrew Cuomo is facing a primary against Cynthia Nixon. Four candidates are hoping […]

Wednesday, September 12, 2018 Some national recognition for a project in Dansville. Battle street brewery has been honored for its reconstruction by a national magazine. Building Design and Construction’s 35th Annual Reconstruction Awards issue will highlight the brewery’s work on renovating the old downtown train station. Mayor Pete Vogt calls it good news, which he […]

People across Western New York will be remembering those killed in the September 11th terror attacks. Memorial ceremonies will be taking place in several communities to honor people who died in attacks at the Pentagon and World Trade Center, and in the crash of Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. Nearly three-thousand people lost their lives on […]

As people keep an eye on approaching Hurricane Florence down south, we’ll be dealing with what is left of Tropical Storm Gordon today. Forecasters say up to two inches of rain might fall in some areas by this evening and some flooding is possible. Housing the focus of a public hearing the town of Springwater. […]

Friday, September 7, 2018 The House Ethics Committee is taking a closer look at Western New York Congressman Chris Collins. The “Buffalo News” reports a special committee will review allegations made against Collins and will figure out if he needs to be punished by the chamber. One potential penalty could see him being expelled. Collins […]

Thursday, August 6, 2018 The town of Springwater has been hit with a $7,500 fine for some environmental law violations. The Genesee Sun reports that the fine is for a gasoline spill on now town-owned property at the intersection of Routes 15 and 15a. The spill happened back in 2002 before the town took over […]

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