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Two arrested for welfare fraud in Steuben County
BATH — Separate public assistance fraud investigations have resulted in two arrests of two Steuben County residents. Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard reported that on Nov. 14, deputies of the Steuben County Sheriff’s office arrested Stanley E. McKee, 63, of Haverling St., Bath.
Steuben deputies recognized for their help in ending a manhunt
STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WETM) - Two Steuben County deputy sergeants and K-9 were recognized by the Steuben County Sheriffs' Office for their aid in safely ending an early morning manhunt, back in November.
How much? Steuben County real estate transactions
Real estate transactions for Sept. 9-15. David C. Taylor sold 1 Church St. to Jessica M. Orso for $87,450 on September 10. Lorraine E. Wheeler, Susan F. Kewley sold County Route 14 to Susan F. Wheeler for $75,000 on September 13.
LOCAL ROUNDUP: Lakers get past Wildcats
HAMMONDSPORT - Hammondsport used a strong second half to top Jasper-Troupsburg Friday at home in Steuben County Athletic Association girls basketball action. leading 14-13 at the break, the Lakers outscored the Wildcats 17-5 in the third quarter.
Site to add FHFCU HQ
CORNING - As construction continues on a $30 million, three-and-four story residential building, the city Planning Commission received an application to build a headquarters and retail branch of First Heritage Federal Credit Union on the remaining open parcel at the former Corning Hospital site.
Haggard nets 35 as Hopkins gets first Hawks win
CORNING - The Hawks got past the Golden Bears 84-66 at home Tuesday to give coach Bill Hopkins his first win in his return as head coach in the Corning district, but the coach gave all the credit to his players.
Local police officers take children on Christmas shopping spree
Every child deserves to have a merry Christmas. Local police departments teamed up on Tuesday to make sure that happens for underprivileged children and their families. Children from Arbor Housing & Development went on a shopping spree with police officers for the 5th annual Shop with a Cop event.
BOCES students learn farm fresh lesson
HORNELL — When you consume butter, cheese or milk, you don’t necessarily think about the farmer behind these delicious dairy foods. But for culinary arts students, meeting a dairy farmer and learning about modern farming practices helps them use dairy foods with confidence.
Rochester woman accused of selling fentanyl, causing Steuben County overdose death
A Rochester woman is facing a homicide charge after she allegedly supplied fentanyl to a Steuben County man in August 2017, before he died of a drug overdose. Nancy Alvarez, 59, of East Main Street in Rochester, was indicted by the Steuben County grand jury after a year-long investigation into the o
Expansion at the Gunlocke Company in Steuben County complete
WAYLAND, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - Governor Cuomo announced Tuesday that The Gunlocke Company, a commercial furniture manufacturer in the Southern Tier, has completed a $2.6 million expansion project.
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.
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.
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
LOCAL ROUNDUP: Express sweep Tigers
ELMIRA - Elmira earned a sweep over Union-Endicott Monday at Dixie Lanes with the boys winning 5-0 and the girls taking home a 4-1 victory in a Southern Tier Athletic Conference bowling matchup.
Tuesday roundup: C-G starts fast, tops B-R
BOLIVAR – The Lady Redskins were on fire in the first eight minutes, setting the tone right away with a big 15-2 run in the opening frame to establish their lead, which they never gave up, as they rolled to a 54-45 win over Bolivar-Richburg on Tuesday.
'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
High school boys basketball recap, 12/7/18
Now to some high school hoops. The Maine-Endwell boy's team welcoming in Corning. Second half action, Spartans up. Ball's worked to the corner for Mike Mancini, and he knocks down the tre ball.
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.
Battle in 'The Land'
CLEVELAND, Ohio — Not many student-athletes, parents, coaches, and even some Allegany County officials can boast what Scio and Genesee Valley have experienced over the course of the past six months – a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Cleveland to play basketball in the home of the NBA's Cavaliers.