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Livingston County man found guilty of raping a child

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, N.Y. — Livingston County man is headed to prison for raping a child. Christopher Wilmet of Leicester was found guilty of rape and endangering the welfare of a child. Prosecutors say the 34-year-old sexually assaulted a child under the age 15 at a trailer park back in 20-19. He’ll be sentenced in November.
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Two people arrested for burglary in Livingston County

CALEDONIA, N.Y. — Deputies in Livingston County arrested two people and charged them with burglary. The first is Shawn Ganoe. The 40-year-old from Canandaigua is accused of a September 15th burglary at a business in Caledonia. Police say Ganoe cut a fence at the business and entered a secure...
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Campus Times

UR soccer wins at home, wins away

Half-way through their season, Yellowjacket soccer is heating up. On Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Fauver Stadium, the University of Rochester’s Men’s Soccer Team faced off against SUNY Geneseo, earning a strong 2-1 win in their sixth game of the season coming back from a loss to Hobart College.

Senior citizen scam busted by Hornell shipping company

AIMS Self Storage and Moving Center staffers intervene to save approximately $14,000. Scam prevention tips by Allegany County Undersheriff Scott Cicirello. The owners of a Hornell based business, AIMS Self Storage Pack and Ship Store on the south side of the city are very conscientious and civic-minded people. As sponsors of this site, we have gotten to know Eric and Mary Weyand enough to realize they love this community and care what happens to their neighbors.

Weekend news roundup: Crime, Walgreens, and disciplinary actions

After investigating a dog complaint in the Town of Amity September 5th, Amity-based state police report the arrest of Paul W. Cleveland, 52, of Belmont. He was charged with five counts of torture/injure/not feeding an animal as well as five counts of neglect of an impounded animal. A court appearance is pending.

Holland Speedway and Race of Champions Management Agree to Begin With Three Dates for the 2023 Season - Saturday, July 8; Saturday, July 29 and Saturday, August 26, 2023 Brings Thunder to the Hills of Holland –

Race fans and competitors can mark their calendars for the 2023 season. The Race of Champions family of Series will return to the “high banks” of Holland (N.Y.) Speedway on a minimum of three (3) occasions in 2023. The Race of Champions family of Series will appear on...

Town of Wellsville announces special meeting planned for September 27

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a special meeting will be held by the Wellsville Town Board, Allegany County, State of New York in the Town Office, Wellsville Municipal Airport in said town on September 27 ,2022 at 6:30 PM for the purpose of completing two resolutions to start a BAN for the Airport and one for the New Municipal Building.

Frost Advisory tonight for a portion of the S.Tier

BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — It's getting chilly for the S.Tier tonight as temperatures drop into the mid-30s for the valley's. A Frost Advisory is posted for Cattaraugus, Allegany, Potter and McKean counties from late tonight through Saturday morning. Protect sensitive vegetation. High pressure building into the area brings a...

Photos: New mural at GO ART! designed send a message of welcome to all people

Dan Butler, an artist from Perry, is nearing completion of a mural on the back of Seymour Place, the home of GO ART!, inspired by an idea presented to him by Director Gregory Hallock: People of many different races holding flowers. "He wanted to welcome everybody," Butler said. "They're all welcome here to come and enjoy art or create it." Butler has been assisted by Jill Pettigrew, who has painted the flowers.
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Fire Departments in Upstate New York to Receive Funding

(WENY) - Over $2.6 million in federal funding will be provided for firefighters across upstate New York. The funding was allocated through FEMA's Assistance to the Firefighters Grant program. According to Senator Chuck Schumer's office, the funding will be used to purchase essential equipment and boost training. Locally, the Wayland...
The Lamron

Students voice concerns over dining hall hours

Students living on campus have again voiced their concerns about dining halls on campus. Many students are unhappy with the dining hall hours of operation, which restrict students’ eating to certain hours of the day. Mary Jemison Dining Hall is open only on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. – 4...