Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • Williamsville man sentenced for hitting pedestrian with 0.19% BAC

    Williamsville man sentenced for hitting pedestrian with 0.19% BAC BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB)–A Williamsville man is heading to jail for hitting a pedestrian in Clarence. 51-year-old Michael Eddo will spend one year in jail, according to Erie County District Attorney John Flynn. Eddo was driving on Harris Hill Road near…

  • Colonie police: Alcohol had role in deadly Christmas Day crash

    Colonie police: Alcohol had role in deadly Christmas Day crash Colonie police on Friday said that alcohol and excessive speed led to the fatal crash that killed Lahraj “Derrick” Premnauth on Christmas Day. Premnauth. a 24-year-old father of two, was a passenger in a 2001 Audi driven by Veeshram…

  • City: Employee tax forms accessed by unauthorized personnel

    City: Employee tax forms accessed by unauthorized personnel Six employees accessed the information and are suspended with pay pending the investigation, the city announced Friday.         Source: Rochester New York Latest News City: Employee tax forms accessed by unauthorized personnel

  • 4-Mented in WNY: Lafayette Brewing Company

    4-Mented in WNY: Lafayette Brewing Company BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – Lafayette Brewing Company, located in the historic Hotel at the Lafayette , captures the feel of the early 1900s- when the hotel was built. “The theme of the restaurant is definitely trying to be true to its roots, of…

  • Zion-less Duke team presents a formidable challenge — and opportunity — for Syracuse

    Zion-less Duke team presents a formidable challenge — and opportunity — for Syracuse Syracuse has another opportunity to improve its NCAA Tournament chances, but can a packed home crowd push the Orange to an upset over Duke?         Source: Rochester New York Latest News Zion-less Duke team presents a…

  • Binghamton man found guilty for 2018 burglary

    Binghamton man found guilty for 2018 burglary

    Binghamton man found guilty for 2018 burglary TOWN OF COLESVILLE (WBNG) — Two years after a burglary occurred, a Binghamton man has been found guilty by the Broome County Jury Thursday. Charles R. Galusha of Binghamton was found guilty of second-degree burglary, a class C felony, for an incident…

  • Bag the loopholes, say N.Y. environmentalists

    Bag the loopholes, say N.Y. environmentalists With the start of a plastic bag ban just a month away, a group of environmentalists on Friday urged the state Department of Environmental Conservation to tighten up the final regulations against possible loopholes including one that might allow retailers to keep handing…

  • Wayne County man admits to creating child porn

    Wayne County man admits to creating child porn David Gfeller, a Palmyra resident, admitted to producing child pornography inside his home.         Source: Rochester New York Latest News Wayne County man admits to creating child porn

  • US: Flights from China to go to 7 airports starting Sunday

    US: Flights from China to go to 7 airports starting Sunday WASHINGTON (AP) — US: Flights from China to go to 7 airports starting Sunday. The post US: Flights from China to go to 7 airports starting Sunday appeared first on WBNG. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News US: Flights…

  • Police arrest Binghamton man, continue investigation into business burglary

    Police arrest Binghamton man, continue investigation into business burglary

    Police arrest Binghamton man, continue investigation into business burglary JOHNSON CITY (WBNG) — A Binghamton man has been released from jail after being arrested by police for breaking into and burglarizing a Johnson City business. Johnson City Police say 46-year-old Michael Brockington of Binghamton for Burglary in the 3rd…