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Thursday, October 11, 2018 Assemblyman Joe Errigo has been indicted on charges that he took at least 5,000 in bribes to introduce a bill in Albany. Prosecutors say Errigo conspired with at least one other member of the assembly and a paid lobbyist to introduce a measure dealing reducing local control of a Rochester area […]

Tuesday, October 9, 2018 The indictment of Republican Congressman Chris Collins has provided a financial boost to Nate McMurray’s campaign. According to a new report, the Democrat brought in 475-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. […]

A Livingston County road is being renamed in honor of veterans. Rt 256 in Conesus will be known as “Conesus Veterans Memorial Highway”, after a proclamation signed by the Governor. State Senator Catherine Young, who sponsored the proclamation says it is a fitting tribute to those who have served our nation. The Town of Conesus […]

Friday, October 5, 2018 Two men are accused of having drugs after a traffic stop on 390 in Livingston County. Deputies say they found 5 grams of the potent narcotic fentanyl when they pulled over 47-year-old Wayne A. Ayers, of Pennsylvania. A Passenger, identified as 67-year-old Willie Young of Rochester is also accused of having […]

Thursday October 4, 2018 A man from Leicester has been charged with drunk driving at more than three times the legal limit. Police say 36-year-old Nick Williams was charged after a single vehicle crash on Chandler Road. Deputies say when Williams was taken to jail for arraignment, his blood alcohol level was .25 well over […]

Wednesday, October 3, 2018 Dansville voters will have a choice to make later this month about the fate of a 9.6 million dollar capital improvement plan. The vote on October 16th will decide if the school district can spend the money on renovations to several school buildings—and also buy more than 6 acres of land […]

Tuesday, October 2, 2018 Dairy farmers say they are cautiously optimistic about the new trade deal between the US and Canada. The agreement announced by president Trump on Monday will open up more of the Canadian market to US dairy products and removes some other trade barriers between the two nations. Those in the dairy […]

Monday October 1, 2018 A million dollar gift to Noyes hospital will lead to an expansion of the hospital’s radiology department. The Saunders foundation says it is giving the money to the hospital in memory of E. Michael Saunders. It is the biggest gift ever of its kind to Noyes and will boost the 4 […]

Friday, September 28, 2018 The superintendent of the Wayland Cohocton School district is resigning. The district school board has accepted Michael Wetherbee’s resignation which will be effective November 26th. Wetherbee was given a paid leave of absence in August but the board had refused to say why. Now, Board members have voted unanimously to end […]

Thursday, September 27, 2018 Sheriff Thomas Dougherty says a level three sex offender from Dansville has been arrested on charges that he set up a Facebook account and failed to register with the state. 45-year-old Raymond Scott is now facing felony failure to register charges. He was arraigned at Livingston County jail on $2,000 bond. […]

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