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Thursday, November 8, 2018 Democrat Nate McMurray says he believes the 27th Congressional District race is still too close to call. Unofficially, there are about three-thousand votes separating him and Republican incumbent Congressman Chris Collins. McMurray said Tuesday night it looked like his campaign was going to fall short, which Congressman Collins took as a […]

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 Republican Congressman Chris Collins will remain on Capitol Hill He’s declared victory over Democratic challenger Nate McMurray in the race for the 27th Congressional District. It was close and even though he conceded, McMurray wants a recount because unofficial results show about 3,100 votes separate the two. Collins was re-elected despite […]

Tuesday, November 6, 2018 A race whose result could have national implications is happening in our backyard today. Republican Congressman Chris Collins is taking on Democrat Nate McMurray in the 27th Congressional District. Initially, Collins was expected to cruise to re-election. But that changed after he was arrested on federal charges. A recent poll shows […]

Monday, November 5, 2018 A convicted sex offender from Mt. Morris is accused of failing to register a facebook account he had set up. The Livingston County sheriff’s office says 34-year-old Phillip Johantgen set up that account but never told law enforcement as he is required to under conditions of the state sex offender law. […]

Friday November 2, 2018 An Albany lobbyist is facing charges in connection with a cast that also involves assemblyman Joe Errigo. Prosecutors say Robert Gaddy paid out bribes to influence legislative action favorable to a Rochester developer. He is charged with bribery concerning programs receiving federal funds, and honest services wire fraud. Errigo was arrested […]

We will start the new month with a flood watch. The national weather service says Livingston County is included in the watch which means excessive runoff from heavy rainfall may result in minor flooding of poor drainage areas and small creeks from late this afternoon through early Friday morning, with minor flooding also possible in […]

Wednesday, October 31, 2018 A man from Lima is facing drug charges after a traffic stop. Deputies say 38-year-old Michael Jones had marijuana and cocaine when he was pulled over on East Main street. He was later arraigned at Livingston County Jail and his bail was set at $500. It’s Halloween and Dansville is marking […]

Tuesday, October 30, 2018 Noyes Hospital is honoring veterans with an annual honor wall at its facilities in Livingston County. It’s the fourth annual exhibit of photos of veterans and their families, It opens Thursday at Noyes Hospital in Dansville and at Noyes Health Services in Geneseo. Those behind the display say it’s a great […]

Monday, October 29, 2018 Its Halloween week and officials are reminding people to think safety first. The Livingston County department of health says that are some danger spots lurking in all the fun, including unsafe costumes and dark streets full of trick or treaters. Triple-A says drivers should extra caution—and the Livingston County Sherrif’s office […]

Friday, October 26, 2018 We’re finding out more about the agreement reached in the resignation of Wayland Cohocton school superintendent Michael Wetherbee. According to the Livingston County News, the deal prohibits either side from making disparaging remarks about each other and that say that there are certain restrictions on Wetherbee, including that he can’t use […]


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