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Lucille Ball Comedy Festival rescheduled

For the second year in a row, the Lucille Ball Comedy Festival has been rescheduled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The festival has been rescheduled to Aug. 3-7, 2022, because of the concerns for indoor, large-group events and the existing restrictions related to these types of events. ...

Borrello, GOP critical of Cuomo book sales

News that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is set to make more than $5 million from his book is prompting state Sen. George Borrello, R-Sunset Bay, to once again push the Senate to limit such books from elected officials in the future. In March, Borrello introduced S.5601 to amend the state Public Officers ...

Consumers may have seat on Public Service Commission

A consumer advocate may soon be seated on the state Public Service Commission. The state Assembly has passed A.5838, sponsored by Assemblywoman Catalina Cruz, D-Corona, by a 138-9 vote this week. Assemblyman Joe Giglio voted in favor of the consumer advocate while Assemblyman Andrew Goodell, ...

Charges pending in Route 60 crash

Charges are pending following Saturday’s two-vehicle rollover crash on Route 60 that resulted in four people being transported to the hospital. The crash occurred around 3 p.m. between Lakeview Avenue and Eagle Road near Fredonia. According to the New York State Police, a northbound ...

Roger Tory Peterson Institute holds guided tour Wednesday

The Roger Tory Peterson Institute will hold a free outdoor guided tour of birds’ nests and nesting behaviors on Wednesday from 9 to 10 a.m. Birds are back and busy. It is nesting season and every bird capable of doing so is in some stage of trying to have, and raise, offspring. Those ...

Hanover makes switch to LED lights

HANOVER — As the town looks to make savings where they can for the future, that also means moving to products and services that provide more efficiency. One place they are looking is at converting the lights in the town of Hanover to LED lights, through a New York State Electric & Gas ...