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O’Mara Criticizes Cuomo’s Plan To Cut State Aid To Municipalities

State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats) today denounced a move by Governor Andrew Cuomo to restore a proposed cut to critical state funding for area towns and villages by imposing yet another unfunded state mandate on counties.

ELMIRATELEGRAM

Hoodie Hoo fights off winter

WHITESVILLE — Hoodie Hoo celebrants scared Old Man Winter away Saturday, for at least a few hours as the sun came out to ease the dreariness of a winter afternoon. Roads were a little icy getting over the hills to Whitesville Saturday morning, but that didn’t stop the 50-plus visitors who made their

WELLSVILLE DAILY REPORTER

VEW Primary School to begin pre-K registration

VEW Primary School in Bath will register students for its universal pre-K program from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 4-14 in the school’s main office, 216 Maple Heights. Children residing in the Bath Central School District who will turn 4 years old on or before Dec. 1 are eligible to attend pre-K in Se

CORNING EVENING TIMES

Route 22 bridge work underway

CAMERON — As locals sought updates on the Cameron Bridge project on Route 22 in Steuben County, photographer Janie Ferguson visited the site in the mud, sun and 40 degrees temperatures to get a few shots of the progress.

HORNELL EVENING TRIBUNE

Police: Corning man threw rock at fenced dog

CORNING - A Corning man is behind bars for allegedly aggressively and violently throwing rocks at a dog behind a fence Feb. 6 in the dog's owner's Gorton Street back yard. Thomas J. Savino, 55, of 170 Decatur St., Corning, was charged Thursday with attempted aggravated cruelty to animals, a felony v

CORNING EVENING TIMES

Real Housewives of Atlanta star gets custom Seagram’s Escapes flavor

Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey's custom flavor of Seagram's Escapes has rolled off the factory line at Rochester's Genesee Brewery. Seagram's Escapes is a flavored malt beverage line owned by FIFCO USA and produced at Genesee that feature neon bright colors, sweet fruit flavors and a

ROCHESTER BUSINESS JOURNAL

Painted Post Man Arrested For Grand Larceny

On February 8, 2019, the State Police in Painted Post arrested Joseph W. Canner, age 37 from Painted Post, NY, after he was indicted by a Steuben County Grand Jury for Grand Larceny 2nd , a class C felony, and 1,042 counts of Falsifying Business Records 1st , class E felonies.

ELMIRATELEGRAM

Genesee River Wilds hits 10-year milestone

WELLSVILLE — Take a drive around Allegany County on a hot summer day and you’re likely to spy a kayak, whether it’s on the water, on the back of a truck or sitting on someone’s property, waiting for the next float.

WELLSVILLE DAILY REPORTER

Tioga's Pond makes state bowling

Tioga’s Kolton Pond qualified for state bowling as part of the Section 4 all-star team. Pond shots a 1,867 total over nine games, good for sixth place overall. Kyle Pratt of Newark Valley shot 1,991 to win it.

DAILY REVIEW & SUNDAY REVIEW

Chemung Canal branch in Painted Post to close

PAINTED POST - The Chemung Canal Trust Company branch on North Hamilton Street in Painted Post will close on March 29 to consolidate its services with the bank’s Corning branch on Market Street, according to Chemung Canal Trust Company senior vice president Mike Wayne.

CORNING EVENING TIMES

Red Barons end regular season with wins

CORNING, N.Y. (WETM) - The Corning Community College men's and women's basketball teams both ended their regular season with wins at home against Jefferson C.C. on Saturday. The men's basketball team defeated Jefferson 76-54.

WETM

Lions are there to serve community

TIOGA — Preparations for the Mardi Gras party began Sunday morning for members of the Northern Tioga County Centennial Lions Club. The kitchen crew gathered at 10 a.m. in the hall of the American Legion Post north of Tioga borough. The volunteers went to work sautéing aromatic onions, garlic and tom

WELLSBORO GAZETTE

New Hornell school district office under construction

HORNELL — A project that is converting existing space in the Hornell High School building into a new district office is seeing a long checklist of work completed this month and in early March, according to the February construction report presented to the school board last week.

HORNELL EVENING TRIBUNE

Family pets lost in log home fire

GROVE — A family lost three beloved dogs in an afternoon blaze that consumed its log cabin home. On Thursday at about 3:30 p.m., firefighters were toned out for a house fire at 10319 Blakley Road in the Town of Grove in the northeast corner of Allegany County.

WELLSVILLE DAILY REPORTER

Hornell man facing charges for drug possession

STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WETM) - A Hornell man is in the Steuben County Jail after allegedly being found in possession of various drugs. Steven P. Carpenter, 24, was arrested on Feb. 9 after police were notified of a suspicious person in South Corning.

WETM

Steuben Co. men left dozens of dogs and a cat in the cold, without food: Deputies

Howard, N.Y. - Three men from Steuben County have been arrested on animal cruelty after Sheriff's deputies say they left several animals in the cold without food or shelter. Donald Rush, 58, 65-year-old-Gary Rush and 69- year-old Garner Rush of Howard, New York are each charged with overdriving, tor

13 WHAM

Corning's Friendship Baptist Church turning 100

CORNING - Friendship Baptist Church on Pearl Street in Corning is celebrating its 100th anniversary this weekend with a variety of programs and activities today through Sunday.

CORNING EVENING TIMES

Noyes Health to use $2M in state grants to expand imaging, mental health services in Dansville, Avon

UR Medicine Noyes Health has received two grants worth nearly $2 million from New York’s Statewide Health Care Facility Transformation Program that will allow the health care organization to expand services in Livingston County.

THELCN.COM

Pennsylvania State Police reports at Coudersport

At 7:08 p.m. on Jan. 16, police conducted an investigation into a potential Megan’s Law Registration violation at 394 West Main Street in Oswayo Borough, according to a police report. The suspect is known and charges are pending through MDJ Kari McCleaft.

WELLSBORO GAZETTE

PHOTO: House fire in Conesus

Firefighters from six departments responded to a house fire in Conesus on Wednesday afternoon. The fire at 6571 Hoes Hill Rd., Conesus, was reported about 1:45 p.m. Feb. 13 and brought firefighters from Conesus, Sparta, Springwater, Groveland, Dansville and East Avon.

THELCN.COM