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Medina Railroad Museum to offer fall foliage tours

Medina Railroad Museum, 530 West Ave., will host specialty rides this October to showcase fall foliage. "Blues and Booze" will feature music, wine or beer tastings and snacks at 2 p.m. on Oct. 7 for passengers ages 21 and older. Tickets cost $60 for first class, $45 for coach. "Fall Foliage" will ru

MPNNOW - 2017-09-20 18:21:44

Lockport football coach: a role model on & off the field

LOCKPORT, N.Y. (WKBW) - Going from one job to the next, Dan Barrancotta is stretched a little thin these days. "There are plenty of days when sleep can be measured in minutes and not hours," he said. After all, the Lockport police officer patrols the city streets when most of us are sleeping. Then,

WKBW-TV - 2017-09-20 21:04:19

Lockport church officially open to LGBT community

Lockport United Church of Christ has been designated "Open and Affirming," which is the status granted to UCC congregations that adopt a covenant formally welcoming lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals into full fellowship in the church, including baptism, communion, confirmation, marr

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-09-20 04:15:00

3 story time sessions set at Lockport library

Registration is open for the fall session of Children's Story Times at Lockport Public Library. Parents may register children three different ways - by visiting the library, calling 433-5935, extension 4, or going to www.lockportlibrary.org. Upcoming story times are: Baby Bookworms - For children ag

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-09-20 01:55:34

Student musicians add to Orleans County Heritage Festival

PHOTO BY VIRGINIA KROPFElementary band and choir students from Albion, Lyndonville and Medina schools perform a concert paying tribute to World War I on Sept. 15 at Stroyan Auditorium in Lyndonvnille. The concert was in conjunction with the Orleans County Heritage Festival. Musical leaders and stude

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-09-19 04:00:00

Raw milk from Orleans County farm may be contaminated, state warns

Unpasteurized raw milk sold at an Orleans County farm may be contaminated by bacteria and should not be consumed, state agriculture officials warned Monday. Milk sold at Martin Yoder Farm on Murdock Road in Medina may be contaminated with Campylobacter jejuni, a common cause of food poisoning, after

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-18 15:55:48

Woman killed in Orleans County crash

A Putnam County woman was killed Sunday in a crash Sunday on Route 31 in Orleans County, state police said. Rebecca A. Harrier, 38, of Kent, had stopped her car and was waiting to make a left turn onto Taylor Road in Ridgeway shortly before noon when she was struck from behind by another driver, pol

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-18 15:49:46

Chittister to speak Saturday at the Kenan

The Kenan Center and First Presbyterian Church of Lockport are proud to present Sister Joan Chittister, O.S.B., September 23, as this year's distinguished speaker in the fourth annual Kenan Speaker Series. The special engagement celebrates the Kenan's Center's 50th anniversary and honors the founder

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-09-18 04:00:00

Rainbow of Help event to help local family

The Casalinuovo family of Lockport, like all modern families, is always on the run with activities. Parents Tom and Karen keep busy shuffling Lena, 16, Clare, 13, Thomas, almost 9 and Molly, 7, but their trips usually include doctors or hospitals. When Lena was 6 or 7, she started having joint pains

LOCKPORT UNION-SUN - 2017-09-18 04:00:00

City Schools board presents first awards of new school year

In recognition of her academic perseverance and successful accomplishments, Batavia High student Julieth Caceres was presented with an Outstanding Student Award by Board of Education President Patrick Burk at the Board meeting on September 19. She was nominated by Courtney Turcer, a teacher of Engli

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-20 18:55:16

East Pembroke Fire District to hold public hearing on its 2018 budget Oct. 10

Press release: A public hearing will be conducted by the East Pembroke Fire District in the East Pembroke Fire Hall, 2623 Main Road, East Pembroke, from 6 to 7 p.m. on Oct. 10. It will be held to permit public review of the proposed budget for the East Pembroke Fire District for the calendar year of

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-20 17:56:14

City Schools exceeding state averages for graduation rates for special education students

Batavia City Schools continue to exceed state averages for the graduation rates for children with special needs. Trisha Finnigan, director of special education and alternative education, updated the school board on special education in the district during Tuesday night's board meeting. For 2015-16,

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-20 12:58:47

Outdoors Calendar (Sept. 20)

Sept. 20 - Genesee County Ducks Unlimited Dinner at Terry Hills Banquet Facility, 5122 Clinton St., Batavia, from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. Call Mindy Kilby at 585-344-1262 for more information. Reservations by Sept. 16. Sept. 21 - The Lake Erie Chapter of Fly Fishers International will hold its monthly mee

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-20 12:57:46

Conesus resident to be honored by Rochester Area Community Foundation

ROCHESTER - Attorney Michael F. Buckley, a Conesus resident, will receive the Rochester Area Community Foundation's top honor for his philanthropy, community volunteering and connecting clients interested in charitable giving with the Foundation. Buckley, a trusts and estates attorney with Boylan Co

THE DAILY NEWS ONLINE - 2017-09-20 12:15:00

The Fishing Beat: Rising temps throw a curve

Some of the nicest weather of the year arrived on the Niagara Frontier the past week, but the weather could have some negative effects on the fishing action around the area. The lower Niagara River water temperatures have risen 3 degrees since last week's report and that could hurt the salmon run mo

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-09-20 13:26:56

City school tax rate will go down in 2017-18 by 3.54 percent

When district officials asked voters to approve a $27 million capital improvement project they promised the tax levy would go up "0.00 percent" and with the approval of the annual tax warrants tonight, Batavia School District trustees kept the promise. In fact, because assessed values have gone up a

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-20 00:01:17

Highway departments in county working together on resurfacing projects

Genesee County is leading the state in shared services among municipalities, Highway Superintendent Tim Hens told members of the County Legislature on Monday. As an example, he pointed to paving work on South Main Street Road this week. Hauling in asphalt are trucks from Pavilion, Byron, Elba (two),

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-19 20:24:20

Developer waiting on financing for Ellicott Station project, deal now expected to close in November

A delay in securing financing through the New Market Tax Credit program for developer Savarino Companies has held up the state of the Ellicott Station project, which is the $18 million redevelopment of the former Della Penna property on Ellicott Street in Batavia. Julie Pacatte, economic development

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-19 19:47:41

Zonta Club seeks donations of full-size personal care items to distribute to domestic violence victims

Press release: The local Zonta Club of Batavia-Genesee County is seeking donations for their project assemblying personal care bags for victims of domestic violence. Zonta Club of Batavia will be assembling the packages in late October and working with the local YWCA to distribute them. Items needed

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-19 18:58:26

School district mourns passing of high school student

The Batavia City Schools community is mourning the loss of Lorne Brudz, a student at Batavia High School, who passed away this morning. The death was announced today on the school district's homepage and Superintendent Chris Dailey sent a letter to parents. "Our entire school community is mourning t

THE BATAVIAN - 2017-09-19 17:09:57