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Fall colors starting to be observed through Finger Lakes and Central New York, but higher elevations seeing much more

Fall colors starting to be observed through Finger Lakes and Central New York, but higher elevations seeing much more
The higher elevations of New York are where the most significant changes can be seen in fall foliage. The latest report from the state shows that some significant early color changes expected in the higher ... more
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Livingston County’s Young Adult Program developing tomorrow’s workforce today

Livingston County’s Young Adult Program developing tomorrow’s workforce today
With the nature of employment having shifted over the last several years and the demand for well-rounded, skilled workers on the rise, Livingston County is actively engaged in helping to develop tomorrow's workforce today through ... more
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York man arrested for making terroistic threat against Gov. Hochul

Varick woman charged with child endangerment after incident involving teens
A Livingston County man was arrested for threatening to blow up Governor Kathy Hochul's office, according to a statement from the Livingston County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday. Lynn Cummings, 41, of York, was arrested for ... more
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Livingston County Department of Health to hold two drive-through COVID-19 booster clinics in September

Livingston County Department of Health to hold two drive-through COVID-19 booster clinics in September
The Livingston County Department of Health will be holding a pair of drive-through COVID-19 booster clinics from 2 p.m until 6 p.m. on Friday, September 23rd and Friday, September 30th at 2 p.m. at Murray ... more
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The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal honor Hillier as recipient of Legal Excellence Award

The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal honor Hillier as recipient of Legal Excellence Award
The Daily Record and Rochester Business Journal recently recognized Livingston County Attorney Shannon Hillier for her legal expertise after honoring her with the 2022 Legal Excellence Award for In-House Counsel. The Legal Excellence Awards were ... more
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Livingston County launches new flagship e-newsletter

Livingston County launches new flagship e-newsletter
Livingston County is pleased to announce a new means of communication that will provide an overview of the many wonderful things taking place throughout the County. In addition to its traditional forms of communication including ... more
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Livingston County’s Historian Office announces new Deputy Director

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The Livingston County Historian's Office announced the hiring of Madeline Friedler as its newest Deputy Director following the promotion of Holly Watson earlier this summer. Madeline, a native of York, began on August 29. She ... more
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Weedsport man arrested after impersonating DEC officer, stealing hunter’s gun

Arcadia man trespassed with teenager onto private property: Now he faces several charges
Police arrested a local man last week after he reportedly fooled a group of hunters into thinking he was a Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) officer and stole their guns. Zackary Harvey, 24, of Weedsport ... more
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Livingston County’s Summer Youth Employment Program molds next generation of workers

Dedication of the Livingston County Veterans Monument is slated for Flag Day
A skilled workforce is an essential component of any successful business regardless of size. The Livingston County Office of Workforce Development remains dedicated to continuing to offer transformative opportunities to the County's youth who in ... more
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David Terry appointed Director of Livingston County Office of Veteran Services

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The Livingston County Board of Supervisors approved a new leader for the County's Office of Veteran's Services on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 as David L. Terry was unanimously appointed after having served in an interim ... more
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Office of the Aging will co-host 7th annual Fall Prevention Workshop

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The Livingston County Office for the Aging (LCOFA) will co-host their 7th Annual Fall Prevention Workshop event on Sept. 16, 2022, from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Lakeville Training Grounds, 5939 Stone Hill ... more
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Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance launches scholarship to help future student

Scholarship: Places like Wendy’s offer scholarships worth up to $100,000
Finger Lakes Tourism Alliance and partners of the Finger Lakes business community are working together to provide financial assistant to a college student in the form of a scholarship. This scholarship will be awarded to ... more
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Livingston County partners with Veterans One Stop Center to improve services

How shutdown is affecting Upstate New York: VA and military pay unaffected
Livingston County is partnering with Veterans One Stop Center of Western New York to further enhance the county's ability to engage with current and former members of the military. Veteran Services Interim Director David Terry ... more
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Livingston County Department of Health to hold drive-through booster clinic on September 9

More children need to get vaccinated against COVID-19
The Livingston County Department of Health will be holding a drive-through COVID-19 booster clinic from 2 p.m. until 4 p.m. on Friday, September 9th at 2 Murray Hill Drive in Mount Morris. To be eligible ... more
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Former Dansville teacher, daycare worker pleads guilty to child porn charges: How long will he spend in prison?

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A former teacher and daycare worker in Danville pleaded guilty to child porn charges this week. News10NBC reports Derek Hagen, 29, faces 15 to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty to the charges. He ... more
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New York State Fair 800-pound butter sculpture recycled into energy at Western New York dairy farm

New York State Fair 800-pound butter sculpture recycled into energy at Western New York dairy farm
The 54th Annual Butter Sculpture at the New York State Fair has come down, but it isn’t going to waste. American Dairy Association North East, in conjunction with Cornell Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners and Noblehurst ... more
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Carl Paladino could challenge loss to Nick Langworthy in 23rd District primary in court: Why is he doing it?

Carl Paladino could challenge loss to Nick Langworthy in 23rd District primary in court: Why is he doing it?
Carl Paladino's congressional campaign is looking for 'irregularities' in the August 23rd Republican primary that ended with GOP State Chairman Nick Langworthy victorious. Last week, the defeated Paladino sent a Freedom of Information Law request ... more
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New program allows FLCC students to transfer directly to SUNY Geneseo

New program allows FLCC students to transfer directly to SUNY Geneseo
Students at Finger Lakes Community College will be able to transfer directly to SUNY Geneseo without an additional application, thanks to a cooperative admission agreement signed last week by the colleges' presidents. Cooperative admission agreement ... more
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Labor Day soaker: Waves of moderate, heavy rain expected through Tuesday morning

Labor Day soaker: Waves of moderate, heavy rain expected through Tuesday morning
A much needed rainy day is here. The Finger Lakes, Central New York, and Southern Tier are in for a soaker, with the only bad news being that it arrived at the end of a ... more
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