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Three people are facing drug charges after they were pulled over. The Livingston County sheriff’s office says 32-year-old Joseph Palma of Allegheny County was the driver of a car that was pulled over for a traffic violation on Lakeville Road in the town of Avon—and that he had a license that had been suspended 9 […]

The name of a New York State Trooper who died in the line of duty last summer is being added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, D.C. A ceremony honoring Trooper Nicholas Clark and others who have died on the job will be held next Monday. Trooper Clark was shot and killed […]

Chautauqua County executive George Borrello has started his campaign for the open 57th district state senate seat. Borello wants to be the Republican nominee for the seat that was vacated by former Senator Katherine Young earlier this year. Borello says he wants to go to Albany to give a voice to families, small business owners […]

A traffic stop on 390 has led to the discovery of more than 200 vials of concentrated cannabis. Deputies say they found the drugs after they stopped 20-year-old Kristian Spencer of Wellsboro, Pennsylvania He is facing two felony drug charges and is being held on $1,500 bond. A man from Rochester is facing several charges […]

Police say they will be looking for people who ignore school bus safety rules on the road this week. They will take part in Operation Safe Stop which will target drivers who pass stopped school buses and aren’t careful when kids are on the road nearby. There can be serious penalties for violators. New York’s […]

People in Livingston County will have a chance next month to learn more about a small bug that can cause big problems. Spring means more ticks in the woods and fields, so the Livingston County EMS is joining with experts from Cornell to talk about how to protect yourself and avoid getting sick with Lyme […]

Dansville will soon have a second farmer’s market. The village board has said yes to plans for that additional market on Saturdays from 10 until 2 starting June 22nd. Mayor Pete Voght says the new set up on Ossian Street between main and Elizabeth street will allow for 8 or 9 vendors and will give […]

A teachers aide from the York Central School district is facing charges that he had child pornography. State troopers say they arrested 33-year-old Peter Lipsak of Resof after an investigation and a search of his home. The District says he worked as an aide for about a year and has been put on administrative leave […]

A professor from Cornell has won a 1.5 million dollar grant to study how warmer weather affects cows and dairy production. Professor Joseph McFadden of the college’s Life Sciences department wants to know more about how global warming could change the dairy business and come up with ideas on how to handle any changes. Specifically, […]

The woman involved in a shootout with police last summer is going to State Prison. Sandra Brown has been sentenced to 3 years for her role in that incident involving a Geneseo police officer—and her boyfriend David Morgan on July 18th Prosecutors say Brown conspired with Morgan to distract the Geneseo police officer who pulled […]

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