Category: Batavia

Byron-Bergen inducts 25 students into honor society

Byron-Bergen inducts 25 students into honor society

Share This- Press release: Twenty-five students from the Byron-Bergen Jr./Sr. High School were inducted as new members of the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) on March 22. They proudly joined the 38 standing members of the school’s NJHS. The NJHS program highlights the well-rounded students at ...

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Part 4: Trump, trade and the local economy

Part 4: Trump, trade and the local economy

Share This- The Farm Economy This is part four of an eight-part series on trade and how changes in policy might affect the local economy. It's hard to say just how much of what is produced in Genesee County is exported overseas.  There are several companies that manufacture products here and ship what they ...

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Pavilion Firefighter of the Year: Tyler Schiske

Pavilion Firefighter of the Year: Tyler Schiske

Share This- Tyler Schiske, on the right with Chief Dewey Murrock, was named Pavilion's Firefighter of the Year, during the department's annual dinner at its Fire Hall on Saturday night. The Pavilion Volunteer Fire Department's officers for 2017 are: Dewey Murrock, chief, John Weis, 1st assistant chief, Donald ...

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Rapone breaks his silence

Rapone breaks his silence

Check This Out- #RaponeReaction: Rick Rapone talks about being relieved of his duties as head coach of boys basketball at Le Roy Junior Senior High School. #Batavia_Daily Rapone breaks his silenceLE ROY — It has been seven weeks since Rick Rapone was suddenly let go of his duties as head boys basketball coach ...

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Rapone made Le Roy relevant

Rapone made Le Roy relevant

Check This Out- SHOTS FIRED II: The Daily News Regional Sports Editor Chris Metcalf doubles down on his earlier column on the firing of Le Roy boys' basketball coach, Rick Rapone. Rapone made Le Roy relevantBy now everyone has heard the story of a Le Roy coach that made basketball relevant in a football town. ...

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Expert: Definitely mold growing in mall

Expert: Definitely mold growing in mall

Please Share- #SundayFocus: "There definitely is mold growing in that building." A professional inspector confirms from air samples the presence of mold in the Batavia City Centre. #Batavia_Daily Expert: Definitely mold growing in mallBATAVIA — Earlier this month, The Daily News brought a mold expert to the ...

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Part 3: Trump, trade and the local economy

Part 3: Trump, trade and the local economy

Please Share- China and robots This is part three of an eight-part series on trade and how changes in policy might affect the local economy. Times change, Congressman Chris Collins argues.  He doesn't dispute that for the later half of the 20th Century, a regime of trade agreements and more open trade worked ...

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Two-car accident with injuries reported on Oak Street

Two-car accident with injuries reported on Oak Street

Share This- A two-car accident with injuries is reported at 142 Oak St. One of the vehicles struck a house. City fire and Mercy medics are responding. A first responder on scene says an older male has a severe head laceration. UPDATE 6:38 p.m.: A middle-aged male was driving a Chevy Trailblazer southbound on ...

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Tractor-trailer rollover accident reported in Darien

Tractor-trailer rollover accident reported in Darien

Share This- A tractor-trailer rollover accident is reported at 2061 Broadway Road, Darien. The big rig also struck an unoccupied parked car. "We'll need the rescue, then an ambulance. The patient's going to be able to get himself out; he's just looking for some paperwork right now," says a first responder at ...

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Hospitals, lawmakers react to ACHA vote cancellation

Hospitals, lawmakers react to ACHA vote cancellation

Check This Out- Reaction comes in to the cancellation of the AHCA vote. What are your thoughts? #Batavia_Daily Hospitals, lawmakers react to ACHA vote cancellationBATAVIA — With the American Health Care Act remaining on life support as a final push for voting neared its final gasps, another round of warnings ...

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