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Law and Order: Mom allegedly leaves tot in custody of man court ordered to stay away from the child
Cynthia L. Gardner, 33, of 1/2 Swan St., Batavia, was arrested after she allegedly left her 3-year-old daughter in the care and custody of a defendant at 14 1/2 Swan St., Batavia, at 8 a.m. on June 18. The defendant is named in a court order with a directive to specifically stay away from Lardner's
Murder case begins, trial could be set on July 17
Mlyniec, 60, is charged with second-degree murder and first-degree intimidation of a witness for the March 7 shooting death of Robert Irvine II, 32.
Motorized bicycle driver hospitalized following collision in Wheatfield
Just after 3 p.m., the Niagara County Sheriff's Office responded to the scene of the crash, which took place near Walmore Road. According to the NCSO, the early results of the investigation show that an eastbound vehicle attempted to make a U-turn in front of a westbound motorized bicycle, which was
West Virginia quiets Batavia bats to take series with 4-2 win
The Muckdogs (2-4) dropped the third game in the series against West Virginia (2-4) on Wednesday night. The first two innings went as fast as the blink of an eye with neither team collecting a hit. In the third inning, however, that would change for the Black Bears. West Virginia scored three runs
Crash in Amherst ends with woman killed
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Ailing Niagara County probation officer admits stealing drugs from four he supervised
A former Niagara County probation officer, who was accused of stealing drugs from four convicted criminals he was supervising, pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors Tuesday and was promised he would not go to jail.
Editorial: Going too far in Lockport
When our rights to privacy are compromised, usually they are chipped away so gradually that we scarcely notice, like the fable of the frog in a pot of water who is oblivious to the rising temperature. That’s not the case in the Lockport City School District.
Lockport duo qualifies for national hoops
CONTRIBUTED PHOTOLockport's Anderson Darrell, left; and Nasier Starks, have qualified for a national 13-Under Division AAU basketball tournament to be held in Hampton, Va. from July 12 to 16.
Dog on pillow under tree outside XXX business prompts call to dispatch
A caller to dispatch is concerned about the well-being of a "dog on a pillow under a tree outside Pandora's Boxxx." The adult products business is located at 4816 Ellicott Street Road in Batavia, near the intersection with Cedar Street. An animal control officer is responding.
Get to it: June 21-27
• THURSDAY: “Beginning of Summer Street Dance” from 6 to 10 p.m. on Main Street in Youngstown. Includes classic car show and family activities.• THURSDAY: Village of Albion Concerts by the Canal with Jonesie & the Cruisers at 6 p.m. at the end of Piatt Street by the canal.• SATURDAY and SUNDAY: Lock
Driver of motorized bike hurt in collision with vehicle in Wheatfield
The accident occurred just after 3 p.m., when a motorist traveling east on Lockport Road attempted to make a U-turn in front of the driver on the motorized bicycle, which was traveling in the shoulder of the road headed west, the Sheriff's Office said.
Man found dead in burning pickup was longtime volunteer firefighter
The man whose body was found inside a burning pickup truck Monday night was identified as Robert House, 64, a resident of the Town of Tonawanda, town police said Wednesday.
Gas leak prompts building evacuations at College at Brockport
Brockport, N.Y. (WHAM) - Multiple buildings are being evacuated Wednesday afternoon at the College of Brockport.According to college officials, a contractor working near Rakov and the Seymour College Union hit an underground gas pipe. Both of the buildings were evacuated.A short time later, Smith an
Tips led to uncovering Legion thefts
If it hadn't been for a tip from a Lockport American Legion Post, Christine Bryan-Simon's crimes might have continued unchecked.The call, from members at the B. Leo Dolan American Legion Post 410, went to the adjunct of the Niagara County Committee of the American Legion, Bob Sondel."We had heard ab
Basom man dead following fatal crash Saturday
They say Morey Ground Jr., 37, of Basom, went off a curve on Skye Road in the town of Alabama Saturday and hit a tree.
Lantigua's single leads West Virginia to 4-3 win over Batavia
BATAVIA, N.Y. (AP) -- Edison Lantigua hit a bases-clearing single in the third inning, leading the West Virginia Black Bears to a 4-3 win over the Batavia Muckdogs on Wednesday.
College at Brockport evacuates buildings after gas leak
BROCKPORT, NY (WROC) - - A gas leak has forced the College at Brockport to evacuate buildings.Most students are off for the summer, but there are summer classes still underway at the school.In a tweet, the college says a contractor hit an underground gas pipe between Rakov and Seymour College Union
Fatal one-car crash in Genesee County
ALABAMA, N.Y. (WKBW) - New York State Police are investigating a fatal one-car crash in Genesee County.Police say 37-year-old Morey Ground, Jr .was driving on Skye Road in the Town of Alabama when he went off the road, then tried to overcorrect. Police say his car then crossed both lanes and went o
Medical marijuana creates worries amid opioid crisis
Both the Albany decision and the Batavia clinic are intended to help address the ongoing opioid crisis, but they offer little overlap, Bennett told The Daily News.
Newfane duo sweeps N-O track's top awards
NEWFANE — It was a year of firsts for two Newfane High School long distance specialists who literally ran away with the 2018 Niagara-Orleans League Track & Field Players of the Year honors.Panthers seniors Sam Auernhamer and Kim Goerss were recently selected as N-O boys and girls POY, respectively,