This has been a tremendously busy week in Springwater. Two of the three suspects in the home invasion that occurred in Websters Crossing on May 11 were arraigned in town court before Justice Don Haywood on Wednesday afternoon and remanded to the custody of the Livingston County Jail. The third suspect is in custody in the Monroe County Jail on an unrelated charge and will be detained on the same charges for Livingston County.
The Springwater Town Board met Monday evening and after observing a moment of silence for the missing children in Moore, Okla., took up the evening’s agenda.
A Steuben County man and two others have been arrested in connection with a weekend home invasion that spawned a massive investigation by police from the Corning area to Rochester.
Sympathy is extended to the family of Marian Conrad, who died at her home May 9 at the age of 94. Mass of Christian burial was Tuesday morning at Sacred Heart Church. Interment was in Sacred Heart Cemetery.
The Genesee Valley Rotary Camp hopes to lure talk show host Ellen DeGeneres to visit its week-long camp in August.
Steuben County sheriff David Cole has released a statement voicing his displeasure about the SAFE act. Cole said the new legislation will only regulate the guns legally owned by law abiding citizens with no previous criminal record.
Steuben County taxpayers will see their taxes go up an average of 23 cents per $1,000 assessed value next year, with county legislators unanimously passing the 2013 budget of $187 million Monday night.
When Steuben County legislators sit down Monday night to approve county spending in 2013, they won’t be voting on much that benefits local residents, according to county Administrator Mark Alger.
Unemployment dropped in Steuben County last month but the jobless rate remains elevated compared to a year ago.
Beginning at noon on Dec. 15, members of The Finger Lakes, Southern and
Northern Tiers and Western New York communities will gather together to honor veterans during the holiday season as part of the annual Wreaths Across America Day.
Wayland American Legion along with this year’s Commander of the Steuben
County American Legion has volunteered to conduct the WAA ceremony this year at
the Bath National Cemetery. Seven ceremonial wreaths will be placed to remember all soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines who served, honor their sacrifices, and teach our younger generations about the high cost of our freedoms.
Sales tax revenues in Steuben County dipped for the second straight quarter, with total third quarter revenues down about $500,000 compared to the same quarter in 2011.
Steuben County Sheriff-elect Dave Cole says improving the sheriff's department relations with state police and other local law enforcement agencies will be a top priority when he takes office in January.
The Bethesda Foundation recently awarded $1,500 to the South Dansville Volunteer Fire Company for the purchase of a new Automated External Defibrillator (AED).
They’ve been put up around Wayland, so why not in Wayland?
Pittsburgh, Pa. -based Everpower Wind Holdings Inc., the same company with wind turbines in nearby Howard, will be putting up two meteorological test towers in Wayland.
Facing a split vote on the right, Greg McCaffrey on Tuesday accomplished what no other Democrat in Livingston County before him has: he was elected as District Attorney.
Republican Bill Nojay is headed to Albany.
Wayland Community Chest has been conducting its 2012 campaign since Sept. 16, and is nearing its $13,000 goal. The local fundraising organization is still requesting donations, however, which will help financially support the services of 14 area not-for-profits.