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UPDATE: Tomaszewski pleads guilty; faces new charge of ‘duty to bury’

BATAVIA — A former funeral director who bilked clients out of more than $500,000 faces up to seven years in prison after he pleaded guilty … Read more



Livingston County Public Health director earns ‘Women of Excellence’ honor

The Livingston County Health Department regularly conducts mass emergency training sessions. These can range anywhere from a simple table t… Read more


DEC conducts prescribed burn in Sonyea State Forest

The state Department of Environmental Conservation conducted a prescribed burn on 70 acres in Sonyea State Forest earlier this month. Read more


School districts still making graduation decisions as state announces new guidelines

ALBANY — It’s too early to say whether new state graduation rules will have much of an impact on area school districts and their ceremonies… Read more



H.S. FOOTBALL: Panepento helps power unbeaten Le Roy to win over LetSaw; Tonzi, Andrews, Lytle have big games

WARSAW — The unbeaten Le Roy Knights proved their worth as one of the top contenders for a Class C title with a lopsided win, 35-7, over Le… Read more


H.S. FOOTBALL: Undefeated Livonia puts a thumping on Wellsville, 56-6

LIVONIA — Two important things happened Tuesday night as host Livonia blasted an overmatched Wellsville team 56-6 in Section V Class C foot… Read more


BOYS VOLLEYBALL: Heineman, Van Wyk, Tillotson lead Pavilion/York past Keshequa

NUNDA — Visiting Pavilion/York overcame a tough second set to defeat Keshequa in boys volleyball action Tuesday night in Nunda. Read more



The life of Prince Philip was nobility squared

This editorial was written by the Editorial Board of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Read more

(Counterpoint) Peter Certo: If we don’t expand our democracy now, we’ll lose it

WASHINGTON — Thomas Jefferson wrote once that “government is the strongest of which every man feels himself a part.” Read more

(Point) Jeffrey Sikkenga: If you know Mr. Madison’s Constitution, you’ll want to preserve it

ASHLAND, Ohio — March 16 was the birthday of a little man who made a huge impact on America. Read more


Timothy Edward Anderson

CALEDONIA – Timothy Edward Anderson, 58, passed away April 4, 2021, after a long battle with an aggressive brain cancer. He is survived by … Read more

Christopher T. Thornton

Christopher T. Thornton, 43, of Mount Morris, died Tuesday, April 6, 2021. He is survived by his mother, Colleen Thompson; two children, Ka… Read more


Cherry L. Dutton

Cherry L. Dutton, 81, of York passed away Sunday, April 11, 2021, at her residence. She was predeceased by her parents, Floyd and Anna Mari… Read more



After coronavirus delays, return to cancer screenings urged

After coronavirus delays, Read more


SUNY Geneseo's annual American Rock Salt lecture to feature Galapagos Islands

Volcanologist Karen Harpp, a professor of geology and peace conflict studies at Colgate University, will deliver this year’s American Rock … Read more


Roemer lecture to focus on importance of indigenous peoples in water and climate solutions

The annual Kenneth Roemer Lecture on World Affairs at SUNY Geneseo will feature Manuela L. Picq, a professor of international relations at … Read more

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