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Twenty-year-old music concert kicks off holiday season in Hornell
HORNELL, N.Y. (WETM) - High and low notes mixed to produce some holiday cheer at the annual "Morning Star" Cantata, Sunday night. The annual holiday concert is a staple at St. Ann's church in Hornell.
Welliver settles into new school office
HORNELL — Personnel overseeing Hornell City School District capital projects are settling into their new office space in the Jr. High/High School building, the school board was told last week.
Schools weigh mental health resources
ALBANY — Twenty-nine percent of school superintendents in New York state said their school districts lack enough school psychologists to meet student needs. And among school psychologists, a whopping 66 percent believe there is not enough capacity to meet their needs.
Troopers: Man tried to kill Wyoming County sheriff
A Wyoming County man is accused of trying to kill the Wyoming County sheriff early Tuesday morning, the New York State Police announced. Lynn M. Hall, 48, of Castile is charged with attempted first-degree murder, attempted first-degree assault, and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon, each
Centerville still dealing with fire fallout
BELMONT — The Centerville Highway Department has been working out of pickup trucks as it continues to deal with the ramifications of the Nov. 10 fire that claimed its garage and most of its fleet of equipment.
Hornell BOE OKs pact for facilities planning
HORNELL — School buildings and school bands (and choruses) were the centerpiece of Wednesday night’s Hornell Board of Education meeting. The last scheduled board session of 2018 featured student musicians from nearly every level of the city school district showcasing their talents in front of the bo
Hornell BOE meets Wednesday, wraps up '18
HORNELL — The Hornell City School District Board of Education will wrap up its 2018 meeting schedule tomorrow night when the panel holds its last scheduled session of the current calendar year at 5:30 p.m. in the Hornell High School library.
Defense keys Wellsville past Bradford in NY-PA showdown
WELLSVILLE, N.Y. — Three nights earlier, the Wellsville boys basketball team narrowly escaped Franklin when Max Jusianiec hit a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lift his team over the Quakers.
GV moves to 4-0 with win over Wellsville
WELLSVILLE - The Genesee Valley boys volleyball team improved to 4-0 with a 25-22, 21-25, 25-17, 25-22 win over Wellsville Monday night. For Genesee Valley (4-0), Dominic Sallazzo had eight kills, five aces and five digs. Filip Trajkovski had 10 kills, an ace and three blocks, and Logan Terry had 26
Bath nursing home well below national average for hospital readmission
A Bath nursing home and rehabilitation center is ahead of the pack when it comes to cutting down on hospital readmission for its residents. The Steuben Center for Rehabilitation and Healthcare on Rumsey Street Extension in Bath reports its readmission rate of 13 percent is five points below the 18 p
Robbery investigation snares another suspect
HORNELLSVILLE — Follow up in a robbery investigation has led to the arrest of another alleged perpetrator. On Oct. 1, 2018, the New York State Police from the Wayland, North Hornell, and Bath barracks responded to a report of a robbery at Seneca Manor Apartments in the town of Hornellsville. The 31-
Sons of American Legion helping out veterans
BELMONT — The Allegany County Sons of the American Legion gave two donations Thursday night to help out and recognize area veterans. Dale Kane, local Sons of the American Legion leader, said, “People don’t know who we are or what we do but what we do is try to help out veterans and tonight’s donatio
'Slob hunters' called out for waste
CANISTEO — Canisteo residents are unhappy about coming upon grisly scenes reminiscent of slasher movies, with deer substituted for the human victims. Those living along Magee Road have had enough of what they call "slob hunters" who are dumping stripped and/or wasted deer carcasses along the side of
James passing the ball to Henry
BELMONT — Allegany County will be saying goodbye to one of its longest-tenured employees shortly after the calendar flips over to 2019. Department of Public Works Superintendent Guy James will be retiring effective Jan. 4, and on Wednesday the Public Works Committee took a big step towards making it
Friday roundup: Andover, Wellsville, Hornell net wins
ANDOVER – After the Lady Panthers broke in the new gymnasium floor with their victory, it was the boys turn to bring out the brooms in the nightcap of Friday evening’s celebration in Andover.
Wreaths to be laid in honor of service-members at national cemeteries
Next Saturday, wreaths will be placed on the tombstones of our fallen service-members, for Wreaths Across America. Many will gather at Woodlawn National Cemetery and the Bath V.A. National Cemetery for this solemn ceremony.
Karrie Neurauter sentenced to 1-3 years for role in mother's murder
A woman who admitted helping her father plan the murder of her mother will spent one to three years in state prison. Karrie Neurauter was sentenced Friday on a count of second-degree manslaughter in Steuben County Court.
After violent carjacking, vehicle found crashed and empty
A vehicle that was stolen from a driver who was dragged out and assaulted after midnight Sunday in the Broadway-Fillmore area was later found crashed two miles away later, police said.
Hornell steps up in second half for win over Way-Co
HORNELL — For the second straight game, the Hornell defense stepped up in a big way in the second half as the Red Raiders picked up a tough LCAA win over Wayland-Cohocton by a 61-52 final in Hornell.
Section V high school scores: Saturday, Dec. 8
Phone: If results cannot be submitted via email, coaches may call (585) 258-2400. Note: Due to the high volume of results we receive, email is preferable. Each week the Democrat and Chronicle will honor a male and female high school athlete of the week. Voting will be conducted from Monday through F