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UPDATE: Woman dies after being pulled from Lima house fire

State Police say the woman who was pulled from the house fire in Lima on Tuesday has died at Strong Memorial Hospital. No other information about the fire or investigation was immediately available in the overnight update. This story will be updated ... MORE
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Livingston County unveils tentative budget for 2022

On November 1, 2021, Livingston County Administrator Ian M. Coyle unveiled the County’s tentative budget for fiscal year 2022. The public budget hearing will take place on November 17, 2021, as part of the regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors meeting. Coyle states ... MORE
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Pizza delivery driver attacked and injured by dogs; owner refuses to speak to police

A man working as the manager of Salvatore’s Old Fashioned Pizzeria in Avon was viciously attacked by three dogs when trying to deliver pizza to a customer. Carl Groth arrived and knocked on the door to give the woman her pizza and ... MORE
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Winning TAKE 5 ticket worth $38K sold in Livonia

New York State Lottery officials said a top-winning prize in the TAKE 5 drawing on Sunday was sold in Livonia. It was worth $38,207.50 and was purchased at West’s Shurfine Food Mart on Main Street in Livonia. The winning numbers were 8-11-15-17-29 ... MORE
Livingston County, News
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One fatality in Livingston County three-car crash

Police responded to a motor vehicle accident in Mount Morris Tuesday night involving three vehicles with one fatality. On Oct. 5 at 6:02 p.m. police responded to the crash on State Route 36. An uninvolved southbound vehicle made a left turn when ... MORE
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Livingston County Nursing Home has 40-50 unvaccinated workers currently on unpaid leave

The staffing issues expected to come with the vaccine mandate that went into effect Monday appear to be impacting nursing homes and assisted living facilities the most. Statistics show that 92% of nursing home staff and 89% of adult care facility staff ... MORE
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As school begins Livingston County wants to remind parents and children the importance of safety and school buses

As the new school year has begun and in-person learning has resumed for many students, Livingston County is encouraging residents to be extra cautious along our roadways while children travel to and from school. “Let’s work together to keep this busy school ... MORE
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Great Lakes Cheese plant is moving out of Allegany County to it’s next door neighbor, Cattaraugus County

After investing in the Great Lakes Cheese plant, Allegany County will watch it move to Cattaraugus County and take with it 200 new jobs and a $500 million manufacturing plant. After searching for two years, the company settled on moving to Franklinville ... MORE
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For National Preparedness Month, Livingston County offers tips on building a kit to be prepared

September is National Preparedness Month and Livingston County wants its residents to have the knowledge and ability to “build a kit.” After an emergency, you may need to survive on your own for several days. Since you do not know where you ... MORE
Life, Livingston County
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Cuba-Rushford teacher named 2022 New York State Teacher of the Year

New York State United Teachers today congratulated dedicated Cuba-Rushford Middle-High School teacher and Cuba-Rushford Teachers Association member Carly Santangelo on being named the 2022 New York State Teacher of the Year. Santangelo — an agriculture teacher whose work spans the subjects of ... MORE
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Livingston County officials grateful no injuries after tornado touches down between Conesus, Springwater

Officials from the National Weather Service have confirmed a tornado touched down near the town of Springwater yesterday at 12:57 a.m. The severe weather event began near the town lines of Conesus and Springwater, traveling east-southeast from there with consistent tree damage ... MORE
Livingston County, Weather
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Harmful Algal Blooms spotted on Conesus Lake

Harmful Algal Blooms have been spotted along the eastern shoreline of Conesus Lake after surveying the area. Blooms occur when algae multiply very rapidly over a short period of time, usually in calm, warm water. There are thousands of different algae species, ... MORE
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Livingston County to hold job fair Tuesday, Sept. 14 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Livingston County will hold a job fair for anyone interested in seeking employment. The Livingston County Office of Workforce Development will host a job fair on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021, from 4-6 p.m. in the County Government Center at 6 Court Street ... MORE
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Livingston County shares various events scheduled for Saturday in honor of the 20th anniversary of 9/11

This Saturday will mark 20 years since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Several events are scheduled throughout Livingston County to honor those who lost their lives that day. These events include, but may not be limited to: Avon – St. Agnes ... MORE
Events, Life, Livingston County
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Liv Co Walls will host mural festival in July 2022 and is in search of experienced muralists to apply

Public artwork is an essential building block in economic development and quality of place. In continued support of public art in Livingston County, Liv Co Walls is a county-wide, large-scale mural festival that will take place in July 2022 and welcome regional, ... MORE
Art, Life, Livingston County