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State police ask for help identifying larceny suspects
SP Clarence Troopers are seeking public assistance identifying two suspects involved with a larceny at Big Lots in the town of Clarence on December 3, 2023. If you have any information, contact the NYSP at 585-344-6200. Refer to SJS 11736969. This is an ongoing investigation.
Man Outraged Over Restaurant Charge in New York State
It is illegal for restaurants in Erie County to charge you extra for using a credit card if it is not posted. Dave posted this in the Neighborhood app in the Williamsville/Clarence area. He said that he went to go pick up food at a local food place and when he got home he noticed that there was a charge for DELIVERY FEE and when he called to say that he should not have gotten that charge because he actually picked up the food, they said that it was actually the way we charge you for using a credit card.
BATAVIA/Graham Corporation expansion to be considered at GCEDC Board meeting Thursday
BATAVIA, NY – The Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) board of directors will consider an initial resolution for Graham Corporation’s proposed new commercial production facility at its board meeting on Thursday, December 7th, 2023. Graham Corporation is a global leader in the design and manufacture of mission...
Law and Order: Batavia man accused of using handgun to threaten another person, resisting arrest
Image John A. Cabrera John A. Cabrera, 56, of Batavia, is charged with criminal possession of a weapon 3rd, menacing 2nd, resisting arrest, obstructing governmental administration 2nd, harassment 2nd, and promoting prison contraband 1st. Cabrera is accused of threatening another person with a handgun during a fight on Washington Avenue, Batavia, on Nov. 24. He is accused of fighting with police when they attempted to take him into custody. While being booked at the Genesee County Jail, Cabrera was allegedly found in possession of contraband. He was arraigned and released.
GENESEE COUNTY/Batavia man facing an 11 count indictment
The Grand Jury of The County Of Genesee, by this Indictment, accuses the Defendant, Josia G. Culver, of the crime of BURGLARY IN THE THIRD DEGREE, contrary to Penal Law Section 140.20, a class D felony, in that he, the said Josia G. Culver, on or about the 10th day of April 2023, knowingly and unlawfully entered into a building, to wit: Panda Chinese Restaurant, located at 43 Batavia City.
GENESEE COUNTY/Town of Batavia Planning Board Meeting/December 5, 2023
Batavia Town Hall, 3833 W Main St. Rd. Batavia, NY. Designation of Alternate Member(s) for voting purposes if necessary. Approval of Minutes of the previous meeting (11/21/23) 1.Request by Newleaf Energy for planning board review and approval of a change in the site plan, per our town code, for solar project on 7755 Oak Orchard Rd.
Christmas tree farm 'experience' alive and well in Western New York
“Families have been coming to us for generations,” said Steve Jurek of Jurek Tree Farm on WBEN Tuesday. “In a few years, we’ll be celebrating 100 years in the Christmas tree business. We’ve been around here for a while.”
Genesee County Health Department seeks renewal for rabies treatment services
Have you ever seen those appeals from the health department looking for the owner of a dog that recently took a bite out of someone on the street?That’s because those random bites of unidentified animals result in rabies treatments for the victims. Just how often does this happen, Genesee County Legislator John Deleo asked during a Human Services meeting Monday.More than you might think.
Popular Restaurant Will Reopen In Western New York
One of the most popular and friendliest restaurants in Western New York is set to reopen after its unexpected closure just a few months ago. This is a go-to spot for breakfast food, known for serving breakfast all day, delicious lunch specials, homemade dinners, and for having the friendliest staff in Western New York. It hasn’t been the same on Broadway since the unexpected closure.
Monday News Brief
On 11/22/2023, Shawna L Lamont (age 34) of Perry, was arrested and charged with Bail Jumping 2nd. It’s alleged that Lamont failed to appear in court, after being released on a charge of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance 5th. She was arraigned and is due in Batavia City Court at a later date.
BATAVIA/Main Street Pizza Company makes donation to Genesee Cancer Assistance
As part of their Pink Box Campaign, Main St. Pizza Company raised $2,816 during the month of October. For every large pizza that was ordered, $1.00 was donated to the Pink Box Campaign. On Tuesday morning, Main St. Pizza Company owner Vic Marchese presented Genesee Cancer Assistance board members Shirley...
State police charge five with DWI over weekend
On December 1, 2023, Troopers out of SP Machias arrested Thomas B. Fish, 62 of Franklinville, NY for Driving While Intoxicated- BAC >.08% and other VTL infractions. On December 2, 2023, Troopers out of SP Clarence arrested Timothy W. Eberth, 58 of Lancaster, NY for Driving While Intoxicated, Refusal to take a Breath Test, Failure to Comply, and other VTL infractions.
GENESEE COUNTY SHERIFF’S REPORT/December 3, 2023
Samuel R. Baudanza, 26, of Buffalo Street, Bergen, NY, is charged with assault 2nd degree and criminal mischief 4th degree/intent to damage property, after an incident at Ralph and Rosie’s Restaurant at 19 N. Lake Avenue in Bergen on November 25, 2023. Deputies were called to the restaurant for...
BATAVIA/Liberty Street residents be aware of the Active Threat training this week
In a concerted effort to enhance our local first responders’ preparedness and response capabilities, Genesee County Emergency Management Services is collaborating with the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (NYS DHSES) for an Active Threat Integrated Response program. Event Details:. Program Duration: December 5th to...
Discover the Top 3 Must-Visit Diners in Medina: A Culinary Adventure
This article presents three exceptional diners located in Medina. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
City Hall video shows vehicle hitting Wendy's building on Friday
Remote video URL There were no injuries on Friday afternoon after a car jumped a curb, struck a truck on Jefferson Avenue in Batavia and then turned sharply to its right and headed straight for the Wendy's building.Sgt. Dan Coffey, Batavia PD, said it appeared that the driver mistakenly pressed the
New York Woman Speeds At 100 Miles Per Hour To Escape Police Following $800 Barbie Theft
Wagswoofs – In New York, a woman was apprehended by the police when she attempted to flee after shoplifting over $800 worth of Barbie dolls from a Walmart store. On November 28th, Emoni Thompson made a quick getaway from a Walmart Supercenter in Lockport, clutching a handful of Barbie dolls before hopping into a 2016 Ford Escape.
Batavia Police Departments Gear Up for 9th Annual 'Shop with a Cop' Event at Local Walmart
The Batavia Police Department, Genesee County Sheriff's Office, and LeRoy Police Department are preparing for the 9th annual 'Shop with a Cop' event. The event is scheduled for Saturday, December 9th, at the Walmart on 4133 Veterans Memorial Drive in Batavia. Local children, chosen with the help of School Resource Officers and School Officials, will be given funds and accompanied by a Police Officer or Deputy for a Christmas shopping trip at Walmart.
STEP takes a leap over to St. Anthony's on the Southside
Image 2022 File Photo of Carla Mindler when she was explaining a need for Social Services to fill the gap left when STAR was terminated with the Student Transformation and Empowerment Program (STEP), and on Monday, she explained that STEP was now in need -- of new space -- since its current contract at Robert Morris was being terminated after this school year.Photo by Joanne Beck In October 2022, Social Services Commissioner Carla Mindler was figuring out how to fill a gap when the STAR program ended, and the Student Transformation and Empowerment Program (STEP) was put in its place and operated at Robert Morris in Batavia. This year, Mindler had to find new space for STEP when she learned that Robert Morris would no longer be able to house the program and its middle and high school student participants after the end of this school year, she said.