Hornell transfer station closed after fire: What happened and when it may reopen
A pair of fires at the Steuben County landfill transfer station in Hornell over the Memorial Day weekend has resulted in the site's temporary closure. Here's the latest on when it may reopen. In the meantime, county officials said transfer station customers have other options for refuse. Fire in a...
Lonsberry: THIS IS FOR THE HORNELL CATCHER
This is for the Hornell catcher. On the upside, you’re the most talked about high school athlete in the nation. And on the downside – there is no downside. You’re a member of an excellent team, with a noble coach, representing a great school. You’re a Red Raider and a ballplayer in a town that values both. And in one moment on one play you did what probably 70% of athletes your age would have done.
High School Baseball Team Loses Championship After Celebrating Early on Bizarre Play
There's just about nothing worse than what happened in a New York high school baseball championship game. Hornell was taking on Palmyra-Macedon in the Section V Class B1 championship game on Saturday and looked to have won the game, as they began celebrating what they thought was the game-ending strikeout. The problem? Hornell's catcher never tagged the batter on the dropped third strike, and the Pal-Mac runners kept running around the bases to give their team the win.
Troopers: Hornell Resident Throws Rock At A Car
FROM STATE POLICE: On Sunday, May 21, 2023, troopers from SP Wayland received a report of criminal mischief that occurred on Big Creek Rd in the town of Fremont. The suspect allegedly threw a rock at the victim’s vehicle windshield, causing a large crack. The suspect was identified as Carli R. Corcoran, age 27, of Hornell, NY. Corcoran responded to SP North Hornell and was subsequently arrested for Criminal Mischief 3rd (E Felony). Corcoran was processed at SP North Hornell, then released with an appearance ticket returnable to the Fremont Town Court on June 5, 2023, at 10:00 a.m.
Police: 4 killed in head-on crash on Newton-Sparta Road in Andover
Police say a Jeep crossed the double yellow lines and crashed into a pickup truck.
Mary Lou Markham, of Hornell
HORNELL-Mary Lou Markham, 88, of 83 Platt St., Hornell, died unexpectedly Saturday afternoon (May 27, 2023) at St. James Hospital where she was taken after being stricken at home.. Born in Hornell on June 4, 1934, she was the daughter of Francis & Josephine (Ely) Markham and the step-daughter of...
Joanne Marie Porcaro, of Hornell
HORNELL-Joanne Marie Porcaro, 88, of 119 East Elm St., Hornell, died early Saturday morning (May 27, 2023) at St. James Hospital, following a brief illness. A native & life resident of Hornell, she was born September 11, 1934 and was the daughter of Frank & Edna (Norton) Secondo. Joanne attended...
Crosby Street, Street Work, Is Finished, In Hornell
HORNELL, NY – From Deputy Mayor Jessica Cleveland: 8th and 9th ward residents have reason to celebrate as the City of Hornell successfully concluded a significant paving project on Crosby St. Paving on O’Conner Ave., Orchard St., Rose Ave., and West VanScoter St. has also been completed, bringing further improvements to the area.
Steuben Burger Trail names best burgers in the county
Steuben County residents voted for the best burgers in the area, and the results are in.
Wayland Man Facing Drug Charges From Hornell Police
From Hornell Police: A six-month investigation into illicit drug sales in the City of Hornell resulted in the arrest of Brian T. Hess, age 40, of 10 S. Main St. Wayland NY. Mr. Hess was arrested via Steuben County Superior Court Warrant at approximately 9:45am Saturday morning and was charged with 3 counts of Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Third Degree (B Felony) and 3 counts of Criminal Sale of a Controlled Substance (B Felony). Hess was transferred to Steuben County Central Arraignment Part Court to answer the charges. The investigation was led by Sgt. Tom Aini of the Hornell Police Department with assistance from the Steuben County District Attorney’s Office and the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office.
High School Baseball Title Game Ends in Chaos on Dropped Third Strike Call
VIDEO: Crazy high school baseball game ending.
Allegany County Court May 2023 Indictments
BELMONT, NY – The Allegany County District Attorneys Office reports that Jessica Morrison of Wellsville, has been indicted by an grand jury in connection with the fire earlier this month at 46 Broad Street in the Village of Wellsville. The charges are Arson 2nd and Reckless Endangerment 1st, as well as 2nd degree Criminal Mischief.
Exclusive: Andrew Young speaks out on Atlanta Child Murders Case: ‘I knew Wayne Williams’
WAYNE WILLIAMS, a freelance photographer, has served 41 years after being convicted of murdering two of the adult victims. NNPA. More than 40 years ago, the Atlanta Child Murders case rocked the nation, bringing the city to a scary standstill. The killings began in 1979, just two years after the...
Bath VA Memorial Day Ceremony 2023
BATH N.Y. (WETM) – Veterans Affairs held their annual Memorial Day ceremony at the Bath VA National Cemetery. Many people came out to pay tribute to our fallen heroes, view the ceremony, and enjoy the weather. “It’s a beautiful day, and it’s an honor to be here with my...
State Police arrest a Cantisteo resident for Criminal Mischief 3rd after damaging a front door.
On Sunday, May 21, 2023, troopers from SP Wayland received a criminal mischief report that occurred on Seneca Rd in the City of Hornell on May 20, 2023. The victim stated that a male subject banging on her door at 2:00 a.m. had caused damage to her door. Troopers were aware of the incident and subsequently located and arrested the suspect Brian K. Carlton, age 52, of Canisteo, NY, for Criminal Mischief 3rd (E Felony).
Goat yoga and its benefits
BATH, N.Y. (WENY) -- On Sunday, May 28th, people participated in goat yoga at ZiegenVine Homestead in Bath, N.Y. A yoga instructor led the class as people started stretching, and goats walked around the area. Allison Lavine-Ziegenhagen, farm owner and manager of ZiegenVine Homestead said she started having classes because...
Troopers investigate a road rage incident which lead to the arrest of a Campbell resident.
On Friday, May 19, 2023, SP Painted Post troopers responded to the Meads Creek Rd and Victory Highway area in the town of Campbell for a road rage incident. The victims advised troopers that the suspects had stopped in traffic, exited their vehicle, and engaged in an altercation while the victims remained in their vehicle. After further investigation, troopers subsequently located and identified the suspect as Andrew D. Morrison, age 39, of Campbell, NY. Morrison was arrested for Endangering the Welfare of a Child (A Misdemeanor), Criminal Tampering 3rd (B Misdemeanor), and Harassment 2nd (Violation).
Steuben receives over $5 million communications grant
The Steuben County Legislature announced that it accepted a multi-million dollar communications grant from the state.
Woodhull Kicks off Busy Month With Morseman Mini Stock Dah
WOODHULL, NY-Woodhull Raceway will open the gates to the month of June on Saturday the third with a Mini Stock Special named after one of the track’s drivers who after retirement became a huge fan, rarely missing an event. Teddy Morseman Sr., patriarch of the Morseman Family was a...
2023 Hornell Memorial Day Parade Plans
HORNELL, NY – The Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 29. All of those, who are going to be in the parade, should be at the East Main Street bridge area by 9 a.m. The parade will begin at 9:30 a.m. A memorial service will immediately follow the parade at the Veterans’ Monument on Broadway Mall. Participating fire departments will line up on Bank Street, facing Main Street. All others will be assembled on the street and parking lot at the end of Main and Riverside Place.
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