Category: Hornell

Steuben County: Legislature examining ways to improve emergency response, offset cost for

Steuben County: Legislature examining ways to improve emergency response, offset cost for Hornell

The Steuben County Legislature is working to improve its emergency services operation after describing local volunteer ambulance companies as short-staffed and sometimes inaccessible. On Thursday, May 12, the Legislature announced it would begin examining ways to improve emergency response in the county, ... MORE
Serious assault at Holland American Hotel in Bath: Charges pending after victim airlifted with life-threatening injuries

Serious assault at Holland American Hotel in Bath: Charges pending after victim airlifted with life-threatening injuries

Police are investigating a serious assault that occurred at a hotel in the town of Bath. Around 8:45 p.m. troopers responded to an assault at the Holland American Hotel on Route 415. When troopers arrived- they found that a 33-year-old, identified as ... MORE
Hornell man arrested for drug possession

Hornell man arrested for drug possession

Police say a Hornell man was arrested for suspected drug possession. According to a news release, the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office arrested Steven Carpenter, 28, of Hornell for possession of a controlled substance, resisting arrest, and criminal mischief. It is alleged that ... MORE
Hornell woman charged with assault

Hornell woman charged with assault

Police say a Hornell woman was arrested following a physical altercation. According to a news release, the Steuben County Sheriff’s Office arrested Nessadena Ortiz, 40, of Cornell for assault, menacing, possession of a weapon, and endangering the welfare of a child. It ... MORE
In the wake of complaints, Hornell imposes four dog limit per household

In the wake of complaints, Hornell imposes four dog limit per household

The city of Hornell has announced a dog limit. In response to what city officials say is an increasing number of complaints about large numbers of dogs living in poor conditions, residents will only be allowed to keep four dogs over the ... MORE
Steuben County homes rise in price

Steuben County homes rose in price

The price for a single-family home in Steuben County rose significantly from January 2021 to January 2022. The median sales price for a single-family home in January of this year was $133,000, a 26.8% increase compared to January 2021, according to The ... MORE
Hornell woman cited following traffic stop in Penn Yan

Hornell woman cited following traffic stop in Penn Yan

Police say a Hornell woman was cited following a traffic stop. According to a news release, the Penn Yan Police Department charged Michelle L. Boarder, 48, of Cornell with operating with a suspended registration. Boarder was observed to be operating on Liberty ... MORE
North Hornell says goodbye to Mayor John Falci after 17 years

North Hornell says goodbye to Mayor John Falci after 17 years

The Village of North Hornell’s longtime Mayor John Falci will retire this April after deciding not to seek a fifth term in this month’s election. Falci has spent the past 30 years serving North Hornell in village government. He first served as ... MORE
Six Finger Lakes residents graduate from State Police Academy

Seven local residents graduate from State Police Academy

Seven local residents are among the 227 new State Troopers who recently graduated from the 210th session of the Basic School of the New York State Police Academy. Governor Kathy Hochul congratulated the Troopers at a ceremony on Wednesday, March 23 at ... MORE
Greater Southern Tier BOCES to hold capital improvement project vote March 22

Greater Southern Tier BOCES to hold capital improvement project vote March 22

The future of the Greater Southern Tier BOCES capital improvement project will be put to a vote by local residents on March 22, 2022. The “no additional tax impact” improvement project will be fully-funded by “leveraging New York State Building Aid, managing ... MORE
Hornell to hold St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday March 12

Hornell gears up for St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Saturday March 12

The City of Hornell gears up for this weekend’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade after two years of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Hornell’s 33rd St. Patrick’s Day Parade will be held on Saturday, March 12 at 11 a.m. despite the snow ... MORE
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Troopers say drunk driver crashed into Steuben County house

State police made one arrest in Steuben County after a vehicle crashed into a house. According to a news release, on March 4 troopers were dispatched to North Main Street Extension in Hornellsville for the report of a car into a house ... MORE
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Hornell woman arrested following larceny investigation

Police report the arrest of a Hornell woman following a larceny investigation. According to a news release, State Police in Painted Post arrested Valerie L. Rhodes, 50, of Hornell for petit larceny. State Police responded to a Walmart in the town of ... MORE
Waterloo cruises past Hornell to capture Section V Class B1 title

Waterloo cruises past Hornell to capture Section V Class B1 title

The top-seeded Waterloo Indians cruised past the two-seeded Hornell Red Raiders, 59-38, in the Section V Class B1 championship on Friday night at Rush-Henrietta High School. It’s the Indians fourth title in the past decade and eighth in school history. Hornell made things ... MORE
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BOYS SECTIONAL BASKETBALL DOUBLE-HEADER ON FL1 RADIO: Pal-Mac battles Batavia, Newark and Greece Olympia battle in Class B1 for spots in sectional final Wednesday night (webcast)

FL1 Radio was live from Bloomfield for the Class B1 boys basketball semifinal round. At 5:30 p.m. the fourth seeded Palmyra-Macedon Red Raiders took on the Batavia Blue Devils, and at 7:30 p.m. following the first game, the second seed Newark Reds ... MORE