posted on July 17, 2011 12:19
A Pavilion teenager, missing for a week, has been found safe.
State Police have confirmed that 17-year-old Brittany Hackett of Pork Road, Pavilion, has been located.
Troopers said Brittany was safe and un-hurt.
No further information was released.
A LeRoy woman, who earlier this week walked in front of a moving car on East Main Street, has taken her own life.
On Thursday night, several witnesses saw the unidentified woman, crossing East Main Street near Elm in what appeared to be a deliberate attempt to be struck by a car.
On her second attempt she was struck.
The woman was taken to Strong memorial for treatment of her injuries.
Yesterday, shortly after her release from the hospital, the woman obtained a gun.
Police confirmed she had taken her own life.
A Caledonia pilot is recovering from a broken leg today following a plane crash at the Genesee County Airport.
State Police said 54-year-old Patrick McCabe of Caledonia was preparing to take-off around 8:30 Friday last night, when, for unknown reasons, his single engine aircraft veered to the right, struck an earthen embankment and overturned.
A Batavia City Councilman is hoping to move his city-based business into the Town of Batavia.
Ward One representative Bill Cox owns Marktec Products on Ellicott Street. The company distributes industrial label-making equipment.
Cox says his business has outgrown its current building, and he’s picked a site in the Agri-Business Park off Route 5 to build a 5,000 sq. ft. facility.
Cox says he doesn’t anticipate any political conflicts of interest arising from the move.
He has not yet purchased any land. He’s still awaiting the site plan review by the Town.