LE ROY — Botts-Fiorito American Legion Post 576 in Le Roy will observe National Vietnam War Veterans Day today with a ceremony at 5 p.m. at the Memorial Flag pole at the American Legion Post Home, 53 W. Main St. in Le Roy. There will be light refreshments to follow.

BERGEN — As investigators continue to determine the cause of the Friday afternoon fire that destroyed or damaged much of the Firing Pin, owner and managing member Brandon Lewis says the store will remain open on a limited basis.

PERRY — A Staten Island man was found with more than 10 pounds of marijuana and nearly $45,000 in cash after a traffic stop March 20 on Route 20A, Wyoming County sheriff’s deputies said.

The public will get a chance to participate in the Lakeville Corridor Strategic Plan on Tuesday. A public meeting is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. March 28 in the Nature Center Building at Vitale Park, 5828 Big Tree Rd, Lakeville.

LIVONIA - One person was taken to the hospital with minor injuries Saturday evening following a single-car crash on Rix Hill Road, reports the Livonia Fire Department.

HARRISBURG, PA – Farmers and ranchers still have time to be counted in the 2022 Census of Agriculture, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

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More than 50 county leaders from across New York, including each of the four GLOW counties, have signed on to a bipartisan letter sent to Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer seeking his assistance in helping stop a proposed Medicaid cost shift in the New York State budgets.

Assembly members Steve Hawley, R-Batavia, and Marjorie Byrnes, R-Caledonia have joined a coalition of assembly members and district attorneys from across the state and on both sides of the political aisle, to call for an end to the ”Raise the Age” law that has been in place in New York since 2018.

BATAVIA - Area technology middle and high school students and teachers, along with the GCC Accelerated College Enrollment (ACE) department and college community took part in the 14th GLOW Region Tech Wars today at Genesee Community College.

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The National Weather Service has issued a high wind watch to begin Saturday afternoon in Genesee and Orleans counties, while a separate watch includes Wyoming County.

GENESEO – Coast Professional Inc. has promoted Samuel A. Thelen to vice president of information technology.

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(TNS) – Amid a push for more stringent rail safety regulations in the wake of the toxic derailment in East Palestine, Ohio, Norfolk Southern CEO Alan Shaw will respond to the proposed tightening of safety measures in Congressional testimony on Wednesday.