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A little more than a week ago, “Feathered Friends” columnist Hans Kunze suggested in his column that we could see more Baltimore oriole activity than normal this year.

Perhaps not coronavirus, but it was a dangerous epidemic that returning War of 1812 veterans brought to our homefolks. Doty indicates some type of influenza brought death, then a mass grave near the entrance to Temple Hill Cemetery, circa. 1814.

The Geneseo Police Department has received several complaints from residents regarding receiving telephone calls stating that their Social Security number has been compromised and the caller requests personal information.

In an effort to keep village residents abreast of what his department is doing, Geneseo Police Chief Eric Osganian will occasionally provide a list of calls his officers recently responded to. Village officers responded to the following calls from May 18 to 24. The report does not reflect al…

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Main Streets were a quieter than usual for Memorial Day in Livingston County on Monday with the coronavirus pandemic leading to the cancellation of public parades and ceremonies.

WASHINGTON — The Trump administration unveiled the ground rules last week for distributing $16 billion in direct payments to farmers and ranchers feeling financial pain from COVID-19, but several agriculture groups say producers may need more federal aid in the future.

MOUNT MORRIS – In their cars and on foot people waited in long lines outside fire halls across Livingston County on Saturday as the fire departments helped distribute thousands of reusable cloth masks as part of a county-wide effort on May 23.

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State Police are urging citizens to be vigilant when strangers, specifically online, are attempting to have individuals send them money.

AVON – Emergency crews responded to a one-vehicle collision early Friday morning on East Avon-Lima Road (Route 20), near the Country Side Diner.

The New York State Police has postponed the Trooper entrance exam that was scheduled for October due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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GENESEO - The sirens could be heard around the block as members of the village’s fire and police departments put on a parade, aimed at boosting the spirts of local residents during the coronavirus pandemic.

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GENESEO –Denny’s on Lakeville Road is among more than a dozen restaurants operated by Feast American Diners, LLC, that are closing, according to WARN notices filed with the state Department of Labor.

The Livingston County Department of Health reports three new positive cases of COVID-19 in Livingston County as of this morning, which brings the total number of positive cases to 112.

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ROCHESTER – In early May a young boy arrived at Golisano Children’s Hospital after being seen by his primary care physician for abdominal pain. The concern was that the patient was experiencing appendicitis, an inflammation of the appendix.