Gov. Kathy Hochul State of the State Speech Jan. 5, 2022
COVID-19 Update for Genesee County with Public Health Director Paul Pettit.
We will be discussing:
- The current numbers and trends for local infections;
- The delta variant;
- Prospects for a return of mask requirements and other restrictions to slow the spread;
- The local status of vaccinations;
- The Surgeon General's statement on vaccine misinformation.
Tonight is The Old Hippies 60th livestream Home-to-Home Concert and it will be their last one, at least for a while.
Livestream via Section V Athletics; audio, WBTA.
Genesee County COVID-19 Briefing April 15, 2021
Cider Solar Project - Virtual Open House presented by Hecate Energy
Or the meeting can be accessed directly through Zoom at https://zoom.us/j/98566949504
The first-round Section V. Class B1 playoff game between the Batavia Blue Devils and NW Douglas. The live feed via Batavia HS Athletics.
Interview with Buddy Brasky, Batavia Blue Devils Basketball head coach. We're going to talk about the boys' basketball team as the Blue Devils head into the postseason with an untarnished record of 12-0.
Chamber Awards: Ag Business of the Year, L&M Speciality Fabrication
Chamber Awards: Interview with Tammy Hathaway, Geneseean of the Year
Batavia Lady Devils vs. Olympia, via Batavia High School Athletics.
Police Reform and Reinvention Committee for Genesee County
This is the first in a series this week of interviews with this year's winners of awards from the Chamber of Commerce, starting with UMMC, winner of the Service Award for 2020. We'll be talking with President Dan Ireland.
This afternoon, we're featuring WNY musician and songwriter Tom Mullen. He's from Buffalo and his wife is from Le Roy.
Here's some background:
Tom Mullen has been making music for over 30 years. During the 1990s, he was lead singer, guitarist, and principle songwriter for The Skeptics, an alternative power pop band that enjoyed regional acclaim and CMJ charting. Tom has opened shows for national acts The Tubes and 10,000 Maniacs and appeared twice on A.M. Buffalo with The Skeptics, as well as Nickel City Scene. He released his 2nd solo CD, Unfamiliar Ground, in 2018.
Tom’s music has been compared to Elvis Costello, R.E.M., The Wallflowers, and Fountains of Wayne. His influences include Buddy Holly, The Beatles, Elvis Costello, R.E.M., and much more.
Tom's new full-length CD, Into the Twilight, is receiving significant airplay and is climbing the College Radio Charts. He has released a music video for the lead single off the album, “Invisible Hand.”
More information can be found at www.skepticsongs.com.
Tom is originally a native of Buffalo and a graduate of Canisius College. He earned a master’s degree in English from Buffalo State College. He lives with his family in Western New York.
Interview with Merritt Holly, superintendent, Le Roy Central schools, about going back to full-time in-class teaching and the school's capital project.
Interview with City Fire Chief Stefano Napolitano
Jackson Square DRI Public Input Meeting
Dan Ireland, President of United Memorial Medical Center
Genesee County COVID-19 Briefing Feb. 18, 2021