Mount Morris Green Lights Downtown Youth Center

MOUNT MORRIS – The Mount Morris Village Board unanimously voted to advance a young couple's dream to reopen the youth center attached to the fire hall on Murray Street, which they first informally made public in February. The Board voted to allow Josh and Kelly Bacon to rent the space of the old youth center for the purpose of reopening it as a church youth group and later expand to after school activities for all local kids. Both Kelly and … [Read more...]

Unique as Ever Pet Parade, Car Show and Outhouse Races Delight at Nunda Fundays

NUNDA – Everyone had a blast at the unique as ever lineup of parades and shows at Nunda Fundays. Nunda Fundays started Thursday with its one-of-a-kind pet parade. Outhouse races were Friday night. Saturday is the biggest day of all which includes the famous car show at Keshequa Central School, the Nunda Funday Rocky Raccoon Run 5K and of course the grand parade at 6 p.m. "Had a good weekend at the Nunda Fundays with the boyfriend and even … [Read more...]

CRC Invites Public to Caledonia Ribbon Cutting 3 Years after Fire

CALEDONIA – Nearly three years after Commodity Resource Corporation (CRC) lost its facility to a catastrophic fire, the public is invited to a ribbon cutting on Tuesday. According to a press release from CRC, their facility rebuild in Caledonia is complete and Land O Lakes/Purina has begun operations there. The ribbon cutting formally opens the facility at 2773 Caledonia Leroy Road, Caledonia with an open house on June 20 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., … [Read more...]

Knife Fight Draws 2 Large Crowds in Mount Morris

MOUNT MORRIS – An apparent knife fight drew over two dozen people to Hopkins Street on two occasions Saturday night. According to Mount Morris Police Chief Ken Mignemi, actual fighting was only among a few people who were residents of areas in Mount Morris other than Hopkins Street. "The fight was between two people and others got involved," said Mignemi. "There was screaming and yelling, but no injuries. Mount Morris Officer Sanders … [Read more...]

SUN VIDEO: American Rock Salt’s Underground First Responders Dig Rescue Competitions

MOUNT MORRIS – It's like a competition for best fire department, only you work in total darkness and radio signals only go a few feet. American Rock Salt's two mine rescue teams are not just on call for any underground emergency, they're fiercely competitive to be the very best. The mine rescue teams returned home last week from one of several mine rescue competitions. They not only pour their hearts into being the fastest, safest team but … [Read more...]

Car Rolls on Bronson Hill Road, Avon

AVON – A vehicle left the pavement on Bronson Hill Road and overturned Sunday night. According the the East Avon Fire Department, the emergency call reporting the accident came in at 8:02 p.m. The driver was not injured. The scene was near Rtes. 5&20 and Sutton Road. East Avon First Assistant Chief Jeff Faugh had command. Firefighters with the East Avon Fire Department responded to the scene alongside Avon Ambulance. The … [Read more...]

Cops Execute Felony Geneseo Sex Charge Warrant in Batavia

GENESEO – The Batavia Police Department helped the Geneseo Police Department take a former Geneseo resident into custody for a felony sex charge. According to a press release from Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian, Ashlee Mistretta, 30, now a resident of Batavia, was arrested on a warrant for felony Criminal Sexual Act in the Third Degree and misdemeanor Endangering the Welfare of a Child. An incident is alleged to have occurred in January … [Read more...]

Livingston County Enters Flash Flood Watch as More Storms Loom

LIVINGSTON COUNTY – The National Weather Service activated a flash flood watch for Livingston and several surrounding counties. According to our news partners News10 NBC, thunderstorms are expected during the late afternoon and evening in Western and Central New York on Sunday. Some of the storms are expected to have torrential downpours. "A slow moving cold front will help to generate strong to severe thunderstorms this afternoon and … [Read more...]

Far-Flung Veterans Services Gather in Geneseo to Reach Rural Vets

GENESEO – Saturday's veterans services fair and workshop brought services and benefits that local veterans are entitled to from as far away as Buffalo right to rural vets backyards in Geneseo. Jason Skinner, Director of Livingston County Veterans Services, said that the idea for the fair started when one local vet had to move into a nursing home because he could not access a location of the U.S. Veterans Affairs. "We couldn't get people … [Read more...]

Cops Find Felony Weight of Coke in Lightless Car in York

YORK – New York State Police arrested a LeRoy resident for allegedly carrying a felony amount of cocaine on Rte. 63 in a car that had its headlights off. According to a press release from State Police Troop E Major Richard Allen, Benjamin Hilton, 28, was arrested for felony Criminal Possession of a Controlled Substance in the Fifth Degree and Unlawful Possession of Marihuana, which is a violation. A Trooper stopped a Chevy Equinox for … [Read more...]