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My name is Larry Neuberger and I am a Livingston County resident as well as a member of United University Professions, the union that represents the faculty and staff at the State University of New York. I want to call attention to a community health and safety issue that should concern all …

I would consider my workplace to have its “A” game going on with COVID-19. We’ve been used as a model for other employers because we have a trove of innovative protocols in place and we even have someone whose sole job is the management, auditing and improvement of those procedures.

As school districts debate if, when and how to go back to classroom education a recurring sentiment from a fair percentage of parents across the country is that their kids won’t be wearing a mask all day (if at all).

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Unveiling bad news is becoming second nature to government leaders, so it is no surprise to hear that a COVID-19 resurgence in New York is inevitable, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said before expanding the two-week isolation mandate for travelers to 10 additional states, or more than half the nation.

New York’s travel advisory was expanded Tuesday to require visitors from 23 states to self-isolate for two weeks, adding Minnesota, New Mexico, Ohio and Wisconsin to the list.

The state Education Department released guidance Monday detailing how New York’s 713 school districts can make plans to reopen. President Donald Trump is demanding all schools reopen, even in areas where COVID-19 is resurgent. New York is taking a far more prudent and sensible approach.

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Lest we forget more than 75 years later. The “I Am Geneseo” history will remember Lieutenant Bill Dwyer and his 300-yard deadly crawl to save a buddy’s life, then directing howitzer fire to rout the enemy, Major Robert Fraser, Private Carl Finley and dozens of other Geneseo World War II serv…

In an emphatic illustration that the pandemic is far from over, the state Department of Health is investigating COVID-19 exposure in four virus clusters after officials traced multiple new infections to a student who recently traveled to Florida and attended a downstate graduation ceremony.

It’s time to stop denying the realities of the coronavirus and put your masks on. The disease has killed 120,000 Americans and 30,000 New Yorkers have died from it. If those numbers don’t convince you, probably nothing will.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Gina Tette’s essay about how the bravery of her Uncle John in the Vietnam War showed her the importance of Memorial Day was chosen as this year’s first-place essay in the Livonia American Legion’s annual essay contest. Gina is a Livonia resident and member of the Livonia High …

This note is addressed to the driver of the small blue SUV who nearly killed me while I was biking on the Fowlerville Road in Avon at 10 a.m. on May 26. You were eastbound behind an extra wide farm combine that spilled into the oncoming lane, where I was riding safely on the shoulder heading west.

Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is charged with intentionally and fatally obstructing the breathing of George Floyd.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Friday ended a remarkable streak of 111 days briefing New Yorkers and, if the numbers are true, a good part of the nation, about the COVID-19 pandemic and how we were coping with it.

Residents and visitors to Geneseo have once again demonstrated that they care about our community and our neighbors during this challenging time. People have been diligent in the region about following the guidelines to keep those around us; family, friends and strangers, safe from contracti…

The Geneseo College Republicans are pleased to announce that its organization has endorsed Chris Jacobs, R-Buffalo, for the New York 27th Congressional district special election, as well as, the Republican Primary and General election for this 2020 cycle. The vote to endorse Mr. Jacobs was u…

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services declared a public health emergency on Jan. 31. The June issue of The American Journal of Nursing asks “Where are the Masks?” Reporting that: “As we went to press, nurses, nursing assistants, physicians, respiratory therapists, housekeepers, an…

Affirmation that New York continues to have the lowest COVID-19 transmission rate in the U.S. at 0.77% is encouraging at a time when 22 states in the South and West are hitting the pause button on reopening their economies.