Motorcycles and four-wheeled ATVs took to the ice at David M McCarthy Ice Arena in Batavia on Friday. Read More WATCH: Xtreme Ice Racing
BATAVIA — After eight years of leading Notre Dame High School through tumultuous times and dedicated leadership, Principal Wade Bianco will be retiring this summer. Read More ‘Smooth sailing’: Bianco has enjoyed his time with Notre Dame High School
NEW YORK — Deadline is April 15 for service members and veterans to file claims to receive refunds from the Harris Jewelry settlement, Attorney General Letitia James said in a news release.
Wyoming County sets COVID vaccine clinics
If you’re reading this, thank your favorite teacher. If you’re a parent who has found a teacher who has played a strong role in helping your child thrive, thank them, too.
Genesee County will receive $841,580 in state matching funds as a result of taxpayer savings achieved in 2021, which its Legislature chairwoman said will be used toward shared services.
LE ROY — At least one area school district has increased its police presence in the aftermath of recent statewide “swatting” incidents.
BATAVIA — A wind advisory has been issued for Saturday in Western New York.
BATAVIA — City police are asking for the public’s help in identifying two suspects in a credit card theft March 24 at United Memorial Medical Center.
BATAVIA — Notre Dame Principal Wade Bianco will retire this summer after eight years on the job, Notre Dame’s Board of Trustees announced this morning.
BATAVIA — Structural steelwork started this week as contractors continue to assemble the $33.5 million Healthy Living Campus, coming in 2024 near the corner of Main and Bank streets.
There’s a little over a year to go before the main event, but the Genesee County Chamber of Commerce wants to make the most of the opportunity from a tourism standpoint.
BATAVIA — The trusses supporting the new South Lyon Street bridge were expected to be in place Thursday, with more work to do before the bridge project is done around the end of June.
LE ROY — National Vietnam War Veterans Day on March 29 is a day on which the United States recognizes the sacrifices veterans and their families made during the Vietnam War. The date represents the withdrawal of the last U.S. troops from South Vietnam.
ALBION — An officer was seriously injured after he was attacked by a convicted murderer at Orleans Correctional Facility Saturday.
This week, Lyndonville's Lorelie Dillenbeck enters the Hot Corner!Batavia Daily News Hot Cor… Read more Hot Corner: Lorelie Dillenbeck
This week's Athlete of the Week is Attica's Joe Parkhurst! Read more Athlete of the Week: Joe Parkhurst
NEW YORK — In his first spring training interview, Aaron Judge didn’t rule out hitting 60 ho… Read more Judge, Cole lead Yankees to Opening Day Win
(I received an email from Yahoo Thursday wishing me a “Happy 21 year Yahooversary Scott!” Ye… Read more DeSmit: Happy Yahooversary Scott!
Two federal grants offered to fire departments will expire in early fall if Congress fails t… Read more Editorial — It needs a tweak: Provision in federal firefighter grant stumps some communities
If you’re reading this, thank your favorite teacher. If you’re a parent who has found a teac… Read more Your Turn: New special section will celebrate teachers and healers
PERRY — Society is becoming more aware of mental health issues and the struggles associated … Read more CALL FOR WORK: ACWC’s Rural Arts Road Show seeks to raise awareness of mental health
Are you on the back nine? Did you win the toss and select to receive in the second half? Do … Read more Emotional Fitness: You can’t let getting older stop you
The major industry of Batavia beginning in the 1880s and continuing well into the 20th centu… Read more History with HLOM: Bidwell built better bean threshers
Prepare for road trip reason with our annual spring car care guide. Read more Spring... on the road (March 2023)
Our annual Spring Home Improvement Guide features stories on the expansion of Genesee Lumber… Read more Spring Home Improvement (March 2023)
The spring edition of The Tractor Factor, our agri-business publication for the GLOW region,… Read more The Tractor Factor (Spring 2023)