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The fall edition of Go Wyoming, a collaboration between the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism and The Daily News, includes a preview of the Letchworth Arts and Crafts Show & Sale, which takes place at a new location.

Our quarterly agri-business special section includes stories on a farm that turned to direct sales to survive during the COVID-19 pandemic, a look at GLOW region farm markets continuing through the fall; and beekeepers talk about the importance of bees to the environment.

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Find a selection of autumn adventures in our annual Fall Fun Guide. The section includes a guide to fall festivals, previews of the Letchworth Arts and Craft Show & Sale and the Great Batavia Train Show.

Last year, during a chaotic time when uncertainty of the future loomed around every corner as the pandemic continued to develop, Attica resident, Cathy Forgnone, saw a post on social media featuring blessing boxes (BB) that were popping up in the Outer Banks, North Carolina.

Charlotte House Comfort Care, which provides comfort care for terminally ill individuals with a prognosis of less than three months to live, started the year with a new executive director. Kari Sears, originally from Alexandria Bay and now living in Perry with her husband, Rollie Sears, join…

A guide to help you select such professional services as an assisted living center, physical therapist or furniture store.

Our 24-page guide to the 2021 Wyoming County Fair includes a preview of the new Agriculture Expo Center, an interview with multiple generations of 4-H participants, and a look back at some of the events and features that make the fair a popular summertime attraction.

The summer edition of our Health and Wellness section features timely advice for managing "COVID transition anxiety" as activities resume, summer safety tips, new offerings at area Offices for the Aging, and ways to shake up a stale workout regimen.

In the summer edition of "The Chamber Factor," a local business publication produced in collaboration with the Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism, Chamber President Laura Lane shares ways to support local businesses recovering from the pandemic.

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You can call it a comeback. Our annual Summer Guide highlights a smorgasbord of summer fun in the GLOW region.

Meet the 2021 Batavia Muckdogs of the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League.

The June 2021 issue of our quarterly agri-business section, "The Tractor Factor," takes a detailed look at farms in the four-county GLOW Region, including where the counties are among the top producers in both the state and nation.

Inside this special Memorial Day section is the story of David Lockwood, a Vietnam veteran who lived in Pavilion for many years, and the efforts to have a bridge -- that he worked on as a teen -- named in his honor; an update on the national cemetery in Pembroke and its Avenue of Flags, and …

Discover Dansville, a collaboration between the Dansville Area Chamber of Commerce and the Livingston County News explores attractions in the Dansville area. Inside are updates from, among others, Dansville ArtWorks, the Fairy Doors Trail, and the Dansville Gliders NYCBL baseball team which …

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Find ways to thank local nurses in these special pages from the May 6, 2021, edition of the Livingston County News that celebrates National Nurse's Week. A second feature shares the qualities that help nurses thrive.

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Special pages from the May 6, 2021, edition of the Livingston County News will help you get ready for Mother's Day on May 9.

How to decide if a project is for do-it-yourselfers or a professional is among the stories to be found in our annual Spring Home & Garden special section.

Our annual "Salute to our First Responders" explores the work of emergency services in Livingston County, from town to county levels and those who serve local residents.

The 32-page spring edition of Go Wyoming, a business publication for the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce, highlights upcoming programs and events.

The Livingston County Area Chamber of Commerce's business publication offers a look at upcoming events, including the county's first "Restaurant Week" and a "Home, Garden & DIY Expo."

Are dairy cows more productive when listening to "moo-sic"? Writer Kori Sciandra talked to an economist, a professor, and a dairy farmer in a quest to find the answer for the spring edition of The Tractor Factor, our quarterly agri-business publication.

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On our special Senior Living pages, stories you'll find include ways to help aging adults adapt to technology, how local programs from Catholic Charities of Livingston/Steuben and the Livingston County Office for the Aging are helping seniors maintain their independence, ways that seniors ca…

Learn about the increased demand the Cornell Cooperative Extension Traffic Safety Program is seeing for child safety seats, and the importance of choosing the correct safety seat for your child.

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Officially, the New York State Maple Association has put the traditional "Maple Weekends" on hold for 2021. But the sap is flowing and local sugar makers are adapting and open for safe activities during the pandemic.

Meet the school champions who will compete March 6 in the 2021 Scripps Western New York Regional Spelling Bee presented by The (Batavia, N.Y.) Daily News and The Livingston County News.

Even during a pandemic, weddings are being planned. In these special pages, three local couples share their experiences getting married and planning for a wedding during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Our annual special section featuring our new neighbors, or babies born in 2020 to families in the four-county GLOW region.

A special Valentine's Day advertising page with ideas for a socially-distanced Valentine's Day, gift ideas for guys and defining the different kinds of chocolate.

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A look back at 2020 in Livingston County with our annual "Year in Review" special section.

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Special Health & Wellness pages to help you with New Year's resolutions, winter safety and hypothermia, and the importance of wearing facemasks to help curb the spread of COVID-19. Also, advice on preventing birth defects, keeping children's teeth healthy, and bringing awareness of cervi…

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The December 2020 issue of The Tractor Factor, our quarterly agri-business publication, celebrates the "Century Farms" of the four-county GLOW region.

This special section, originally published in The Daily News of Batavia, offers a look back at holiday celebrations from our past, and helps you prepare for the holiday celebrations ahead - and this year, the virtual ones.

Celebrate the season with Christmas in Livingston, a collection of special pages highlighting the holiday spirit both current and from the past along with holiday gift ideas with a local touch.

Our annual Holiday Gift Guide. Among the stories are a feature to help your holiday GLOW - with gift suggestions that distinctly say "Merry Christmas" from Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming counties.

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Our annual Let It Snow special section includes a winter forecast, our Christmas-Singalong song book, and a look at special events planned in the four-county GLOW region during the upcoming holiday season, including a special production by Batavia Players and a virtual sing-along concert.

In our annual "Salute to Veterans" special section local coaches share how their experience in military service has influenced their coaching and interaction with students.

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The drained, worn out feeling you have could be "emotional exhaustion." Find out the symptoms and ways to treat it among the stories in our Fall Health and Wellness section.

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The fall edition of The Tractor Factor, our quarterly agri-business publication, features a cover story -- "Manure is not a dirty word" -- that explores how local farms are managing waste to improve the environment.

In the fall edition of "Go Wyoming," Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism President Scott Gardner talks about the Chamber's role in pandemic recovery.

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A special health and wellness section with advice for how to stay safe this summer, including tips to avoid a "brain freeze" from a tasty summer treat and how to protect yourself from ticks.

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A special section celebrating the Class of 2020 in Livingston County that appeared in The Livingston County News on June 25, 2020.

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The summer edition of our agri-business section features stories about how GLOW region farmers are helping communities during the pandemic.

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A special section highlight several independent retailers in Genesee, Livingston, Orleans and Wyoming counties, and a look at how independent businesses help their communities thrive.

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Our annual special section celebrating the work of Livingston County first responders, including fire, ambulance and law enforcement services. The mini-profiles feature history and additional information about department personnel, programs and community activities.