BATAVIA — A woman who stabbed a co-worker in the back at Oliver’s Candies in Elba last year pleaded guilty Monday in Genesee County Court.

GameStop is aggressively expanding its warehouse distribution network as the company aims to transform itself into a serious e-commerce retailer. That much is clear.

Eric Vanstrom stuck by his dairy cows through a recession, a trade war and a global pandemic that forced him to dump milk into manure pits. This year, though, he’s finally had enough. The thing that’s putting him over the edge: Exorbitant grain prices.

A medical policy at the center of a lawsuit filed by a former prison doctor is no longer in effect in state correctional facilities, removing an approval process that allegedly prevented incarcerated New Yorkers from receiving certain prescription medications and adequate medical care.

BATAVIA — Towns and villages have until Aug. 13 to sign updated water supply agreements, which would give them a share of $10 million in sales tax revenue each year over the next 38 years, Genesee County Manager Matt Landers said this week.

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BATAVIA — Driving down the driveway of Northside Meadows on Bank Street, you have to be careful as you dodge pothole after pothole.

GENESEO — A vintage World War II-era airplane that slipped off the runway and into a cornfield during the recent airshow at the National Warplane Museum is expected to remain at the museum until repairs can be made.

ALBANY — An attorney representing Gov. Andrew Cuomo fired back Thursday at the assemblyman leading the Legislature’s impeachment investigation into the scandal-entangled governor, citing executive staff’s First Amendment rights to free speech.

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Firefighters from Livingston and Wyoming counties will be honored Saturday during the Western New York Volunteer Firemen’s Association convention in Dansville.

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New Yorkers should provide input in upcoming preliminary hearings, lawmakers said, as commissioners begin to draft the state’s new elective district maps after a round of listening sessions that will continue Thursday.

LE ROY — Pamela A. Morrow, 61, of Linwood Road was charged with felony DWI after she was stopped on Linwood Wednesday afternoon, Genesee County sheriff’s deputies said.

BATAVIA — The City of Batavia Water Department is going to be repairing a water line in front of 13 Holland Ave. today. The street will be closed to through traffic, including emergency vehicles. Work will begin at 8 a.m. and should be completed by 3 p.m.

BATAVIA — Genesee County went from a “county unfair,” last year to a county fair this year, as County Fair Co-manager Rose Topolski said Thursday afternoon.

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The seven-day rolling average of positive cases in the four GLOW region counties remain below the average for the entire Finger Lakes region and New York State, but did pass 1 percent in Wyoming County on Thursday.

BATAVIA — Western Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation directors Thursday approved the exclusion of about $3.1 million from its revenue for this year after being told the corporation’s Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan had been forgiven.

OAKFIELD — An Oakfield man who allegedly threatened to stab and kill two people Wednesday was sent to the Genesee County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bail, the Genesee County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday.

BUFFALO - A medics union leader pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to embezzling.

BATAVIA — “I officially lost my first race,” Vicki Klimczak said to her friends as she tore up her ticket Wednesday afternoon after one of the live harness races at Batavia Downs.

BATAVIA — Developers of a proposed Quicklee’s convenience store and gas station have the city Planning & Development Committee’s approval to proceed, following approval of a site plan and special use permit.

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PERRY — Brian True and Stacia True have protected 770 acres of the True Farm using three conservation easements that will keep the land open as farmland, forever, according to Genesee Valley Conservancy officials.

BATAVIA — A Batavia woman arrested twice in a year for dealing drugs was sentenced to a two-year prison term Tuesday in Genesee County Court.

BATAVIA — A Batavia man faces up to seven years in state prison after he admitted Tuesday in Genesee County Court that he sexually assaulted a child.