ALABAMA – Plug Power Inc., a leading producer of hydrogen fuel cells and related infrastructure, announced late Thursday that it plans to construct a $290 million liquid hydrogen production facility at the Science, Technology and Advanced Manufacturing Park in the town of Alabama.

GENESEO – Like countless other prospective SUNY Geneseo students over the years, Joanna Sydow’s first introduction to the college and surrounding community included a walk along Main Street and a bite to eat at the Geneseo Family Restaurant.

ALBANY — State Health Department Commissioner Dr. Howard Zucker deflected or would not answer specific questions at a legislative budget hearing Thursday about an ongoing federal probe into the state’s handling of COVID-19 nursing home policies, as well as the total number of virus deaths in…

ALBANY — State senators voted to pass 11 pieces of legislation Monday as part of a package to reform oversight and care at nursing homes in the wake of outrage over state COVID-19 policies and publishing public health data from congregate facilities.

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Two are businesses recently donated money that allowed for a new chair lift at Lima’s Francis M. Dalton American Legion Post 282, 2475 State Route 65 in West Bloomfield.

LIVONIA – A wish from a Livonia teen who died of cancer last year is helping to make things a little brighter for other students.

According to the latest figures from the FBI, there were an estimated 748,841 thefts of motor vehicles nationwide in 2018, resulting in a loss of $6.3 billion. Police in many regions in New York are reporting an uptick in car thefts this year, AAA said.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s approval rating dipped with New Yorkers in wake of recent controversy over his administration’s delayed release and initial undercount of COVID-19 deaths in congregate facilities, according to a Marist Poll released Tuesday.

ALBANY — The New York State Education Department today is warning licensed professionals in New York State about a scam involving telephone calls from individuals posing as NYSED Employees or law enforcement officials to defraud and extort victims.

Saying that people are “fed up” with being under the control of New York City representatives in Albany, 147th District Assemblyman David DiPietro continues to present legislation he sponsored that would split the state into three regions and will share his message in other areas of the state.

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ROCHESTER — The U.S. Department of Justice will review state Attorney General Letitia James’s report and a grand jury’s decision Tuesday to not criminally charge any city police in the restraining death of Daniel Prude.

ALBANY — Dozens of Senate and Assembly Republicans gathered to rally Monday at the Million Dollar Staircase in the state Capitol to intensify their push for Democrats in the majority to vote to repeal Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s expanded authority during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The story of Livingston County begins 200 years ago today. It was on Feb. 23, 1821, the Livingston County was formed from parts of Ontario and Genesee counties. 

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GENESEO – Local businesses and non profits will be honored Thursday at the Livingston County Chamber of Commerce annual business excellence awards.

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NUNDA – A Steuben County woman is facing drug-related charges after allegedly being in possession of suspected methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop, reports the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.

LIVONIA – A Madison County man is facing driving while intoxicated and drug charges following an investigation into a one-vehicle crash on Federal Road, reports the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office.

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 Feb. 15 to 21. The report does not reflect a…