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M&T drive-up ATM operating in Tops Plaza, Batavia
“The drive-up ATM, they can do a number of things. They can accept deposits. Obviously, you can make withdrawals. When a customer is not able get to the branch while we’re open ... it allows the customers to bank when it’s convenient to them,” he said. “If you’re a small-business person and you’ve g
Police to close Route 63 in Geneseo in search for David Clyde Morgan
Morgan, a wanted felon who has been the subject of a massive manhunt since mid-July. On July 18, he was at the center of a tense exchange with Geneseo Police Officer Dylan DiPasquale.
Volunteers needed to lead Alzheimer's support groups in Batavia and Le Roy
People who really listen to others are gifted with compassion and empathy, and the Alzheimer’s Association Western New York is looking for volunteers willing to share those gifts!
Too fast: Albion business owner urges Main Street fix after new road stripes cause worries
Squeezing into the parking lane on Main Street, Adam Johnson, owner of 39 Problems, said as much after the street was recently resurfaced and new stripes were drawn on the pavement.
Hydrant flushing set for Thursday in Batavia
PREVNEXTBATAVIA — City firefighters will be flushing fire hydrants on Thursday.The flushing will take place 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the areas north of West Main Street and West of Bank Street. Homes and businesses nearby will be affected.The tests may result in a temporary discoloration of water in that
Rochester man gets check after winning $3M jackpot
David Grinnell received his check Tuesday afternoon after a $3,000,000 Money Clip ticket he bought at the Fastrac on West Ridge Road near Dewey Avenue turned out to be a winner.
Manipulation, Fraud and Abuse: New York Attorney General Issues Stern Warning Against Cryptocurrency Exchanges
In a lengthyreporton the “Virtual Markets Integrity Initiative,” New York’s Attorney General argues that online cryptocurrency exchanges are vulnerable to manipulation, fraud and other types of abuse. Consumers of these platforms therefore “face significant risks” from hackers and the exchange oper
Sheriff: Helicopter pilot stopped in car with 2 kilos of cocaine
The suspect was identified as Michael Campbell, 27, owner of FlyBuffaloNY out of Lancaster Regional Airport. Sheriff's officials said he was returning from a trip to New York City by car when he was stopped. Investigators say he also flies helicopters in New York City.
Found: black cat in Batavia, 'has a very distinct collar'
"This guy had one amazing adventure as he took a walk with a stranger and got to ride in the back of two different police cars. He has taken quite the liking to Officer (Jason) Ivison, but we are sure he is missing his owner! He has a very distinct collar. If anyone knows who owns him or you happen
New York’s AG investigates Binance, other crypto exchanges - CoinGeek
According to the AG’s ‘Virtual markets integrity initiative’ report, crypto companies including Binance, Kraken and Gate.io have been referred to the state’s Department of Financial Services, after claiming to not be operating in the state as reason for declining participation in the survey sent out
Batavia Coach Buddy Brasky offers basketball mini-camp this fall for boys in grades 9-12
The camp will start Wednesday, Oct. 3rd, and run from 7 to 9 p.m. on the following dates:
Man in guarded condition after being struck by two cars in Dansville
DANSVILLE, N.Y. (WROC-TV) - A man is in guarded condition after he was struck by two vehicles on Main Street in Dansville, according to Dansville Police.
Police searching for armed robbery suspects
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Woman hit and killed by train in Tonawanda
TOWN OF TONAWANDA, N.Y. (WKBW) - Police in the Town of Tonawanda are investigating after a woman was hit and killed by an Amtrak train Saturday night.Police say 40-year-old Amy Gutierrez from the Town of Tonawanda was walking across the tracks near Sheridan and Military around 7:00 p.m. Saturday whe
Farm fresh: Area residents dig into Wyoming County’s first-ever Farm to Table Dinner
The conversation that led to the event was something which went on for a long time — the concept of farm to table in Wyoming County is not unique, said Scott Gardner, president and CEO of the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism. Local restaurants are serving and utilizing farm-fresh produ
Batavia native named Uber’s first-ever global marketing chief
“My friend said ‘You drove here? Why didn’t you take Uber?’” Messina recalled. “I didn’t know what that was so she called. It was life changing.”
Batavia shutsdown Letchworth-Warsaw in 40-0 win
Ray Leach, who said after the game he's feeling much better physically, rushed for 187 yards on 17 carries. He scored four touchdowns.
Amherst woman charged with aggravated DWI, attempting to run over BPD officer on Allen Street
Syndronica Redd, 30, of Amherst, was also charged with second degree attempted assault, reckless driving, obstruction of a government official, and traffic violations.
Orleans County man convicted of rape sentenced to 20 years in prison
Gerardo Quiros, 31, of Orleans County received that sentence Monday on several charges, Video News Service reports.
Batavia, Le Roy, Pavilion to receive more than $2.5 million for school technoloy
New York State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer has announced today the approval of Smart School Investment Plans for three school districts in Genesee County, including $2,543,552 for high-tech security and school connectivity. The funding is part of the Smart Schools Bond Act.