posted on March 22, 2011 07:38
Voters in the LeRoy Central School District go to the polls today to decide the fate of two Propositions.
Proposition One would purchase two full sizes schools buses and one 20 passenger wheelchair equipped bus.
The total cost: $268,000.
Proposition 2 would purchase a zero turn lawn mower at a cost of $15,000.
The polls are open from Noon until 7 in the Trigon Building Gym.
A Holley man angry after his former home in LeRoy home was foreclosed on apparently decided to try and take some of his house with him.
45-year-old Paul Hogle is facing a charge of grand larceny for allegedly removing kitchen cabinets from his old place on Lake Street in LeRoy.
Ownership of the house had been transferred to the Genesee County Treasurer’s Office by the court.
Hogle is accused of removing $1,600 worth of cabinets from his former residence.
Ten people, nine of them children, are recovering today after being following a school bus crash in the Rochester suburb of Victor.
The bus was stopped to pick up students yesterday morning when it was hit by another school bus. The accident also ended up involving a third vehicle. Nine children and one of the bus drivers were taken to area hospitals with non-life-threatening injuries.
The Buffalo Sabres have released some details about the planned memorial service this week for former Sabre Rick Martin. The service will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at the HSBC Arena and is expected to last an hour. Seating will be general admission and there will be free parking in the Sabres' surface lots.
Martin, who is a Sabres legend for his time playing as part of the team's famed French Connection line, died of sudden cardiac arrest earlier this month at the age of 59.