More than 40 people were reported since Friday as having recovered from the COVID-19 virus, according to data from GLOW region county health departments.

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BUFFALO — A Clarence doctor who prescribed painkillers to patients throughout Western New York was sentenced to 70 months in federal prison Thursday in U.S. District Court.

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WARSAW - An Arcade man who was already on his way to prison for repeated arrests for domestic violence pleaded guilty last week to five felonies.

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo renewed his call for President Donald Trump to issue guidelines for the distribution and administration of a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.

PIKE — The Red Cross was assisting a family of three after a fire early today at 34 Telegraph Rd., Wyoming County Office of Emergency Services Fire/EMS Coordinator William Streicher reported.

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PERRY – From live animals to Jurassic era memorabilia there was just about anything and everything at Prehistoric World, a new business for people who love reptiles and amphibians.

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LOCKPORT — A young Medina woman was shot and killed and five others were wounded at a Halloween party early Saturday morning, Lockport police said.

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BATAVIA — As work went on upstairs inside Ellicott Place, the $3.15 million development project it was time, Friday, to formally mark the start of construction of this retail, commercial and residential space at 45-47 Ellicott St.

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LEICESTER – Steven Carroll of Retsof, a member of Boy Scout Troop 85 in Leicester, was recognized during a court of honor in August after achieving the rank of Eagle Scout, the highest rank in the Boy Scouts, last year.

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The Livingston County News and The Daily News are partnering with the SUNY Geneseo Center for Community and Geneseo Votes Coalition and to present a forum for candidates in the upcoming 2020 General Election.

NEW YORK — New York’s coronavirus task force will use a strategy to focus on virus microclusters pinpointed to municipal blocks or streets as COVID-19 infections surge through the fall and winter.

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BATAVIA — Genesee County on Wednesday approved not only distributing more revenue to towns and villages than it originally expected to for 2021, but making another payment this month to each municipality.

Two classes at Avon Elementary School are switching to remote learning for two weeks after the district learned Thursday morning that a staff member at the school had tested positive for COVID-19, according to a statement from District Superintendent Ryan P. Pacatte.

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The National Weather Service has issued a frost advisory that will be in effect from midnight tonight to 9 a.m. Saturday.

MOUNT MORRIS — As the region enters into cold and flu season and begins to plan for the holidays, the Livingston County Department of Health is reminding residents to stay diligent and disciplined.

ALBANY — The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles is urging state residents to renew their expired documents as the extension on vehicle registrations and non-driver IDs nears its end.

ALBANY — A top Democrat weighed limiting Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s broadened emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic after the governor sent letters to select municipalities Wednesday threatening to withhold state funding unless the local officials effectively enforce state COVID-19 mandates.

ROCHESTER — Veterans living in the GLOW region will be able to ride Regional Transit Service (RTS) buses for free for three years.

ALBANY — Gov. Andrew Cuomo is calling on President Donald Trump to provide a plan for a national rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available.

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BATAVIA — With Halloween a little over two weeks away, at this point, it’s up to parents to decide whether they want their children to go trick-or-treating amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, a Genesee County health official said.