The Independent Redistricting Commission recently announced it would host eight public listening sessions across the state prior to redrawing state legislative and congressional district lines, a process which takes place every 10 years to reflect population changes. READ MORE

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Too many scientists and federal policymakers focus so much on climate change that they’ve given short shrift to environmental threats that are destroying our forests and waterways at unprecedented rates. One could argue that invasive species, not warming temperatures, are the greatest threat…

We’re barely a month out from the Colonial Pipeline hacking, perpetrated by the Russian-speaking hacking group DarkSide, which left thousands of Americans without gas, preventing many from accessing food or medicine. Not long after that was the attack on JBS, the world’s largest meat supplie…

July is “Independent Retailer Month.” It is a shop-local event – similar to “Small Business Saturday” or “Plaid Friday” during the holidays – aimed at raising awareness of the value independent retailers and small business bring to our communities. It is also about encouraging local consumer…

In recent weeks we have seen the return of beloved community festivals and the continued decline of COVID-19 cases, with some counties even clearing all active cases for a time — something not seen in months.

Clan mother Mary Kennedy looked from Squakie Hill westward toward the Genesee River. A majority of native Americans living at the Hill were partial Senecas or not members of the Nation. They lived close to Little Beardstown’s western Seneca door.

After reading your article in the latest Livingston County News (“Geneseo Scout earns Eagle rank,” June 24), I was glad and excited that the dugouts at Highland Park were being renovated.

With a month to go before his swearing in, Iran’s president-in-waiting Ebrahim Raisi is getting daily intimations of the many problems that await him: American missile attacks against Iranian proxy militias in Iraq and Syria, an Israeli drone attack on a centrifuge factory near Tehran, stall…

On the 14th of June, I was humbled to stand in the presence of a very special group. The Livingston County Veterans Monument project my wife and I had worked on with the greatest group of people you will ever meet, was finally being formally dedicated.

I believe the now is the time for the Town and Village of Geneseo to offer the Wadsworth families a tax consideration in return for first refusal on selected lands located in the Town and Village. At the same time this should be offered to the April family.

The fixation with the hoarding of toilet paper as a reaction to virus fears is a reminder that we are fortunate that the age of “small buildings having a bench with holes through which the user may defecate or urinate” is long gone. (Merrian-Webster)

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A Governor drowning in scandals. Streets awash in the blood of innocent crime victims. An economy battered by the COVID pandemic and hollowed out by New York’s oppressive business climate. Despite our state’s so-called “full reopening,” we are seeing thousands of New Yorkers fleeing to more …