posted on February 19, 2012 08:32
A Darien man is in the Livingston County Jail following his arrest yesterday on a rape charge. 24-year-old Timothy Beszczynski of Darien was arrested after Livingston County Sheriff’s Deputies received the report of a rape.The victim, an 18-year-old female, reported she had been raped. Beszczynski was arraigned in the Village of Caledonia Court and sent to jail in lieu of $15,000 bail. A stay-away order of protection was also issued to protect the victim.
A substitute teacher at the LeRoy Central School district has been let go by the district for allegedly making an insensitive comment regarding the illness that more than a dozen students are dealing with.
The district released the decision in a statement through an attorney:
It's unknown if any of the students that are afflicted with the illness were in the class at the time.
The LeRoy School Board approved this week a second round of environmental testing at the high school where several students have been diagnosed with conversion disorder. The disorder causes them to "tic" uncontrollably.
Nationally-recognized planning firm "czb" will present a final plan to improve and re-energize the City of Batavia on Wednesday night. That "community improvement plan" will include findings and recommendations regarding the housing market, neighborhood vitality, and downtown 7:00pm-9:00pm Wednesday in the City Council Board Room on the second floor of City Hall.
Four children were killed Saturday morning when flames swept through their duplex at 82 Grape Street in Rochester. That’s in the city’s northwest section.
So far, no cause for the blaze has been determined. All four children were found on the second floor.
It’s believed the dead ranged in age from 6 to 15. Five other people escaped the burning residence, including a mother who carried out her infant child.
This is President’s Weekend: the celebration of birthdays of former presidents Abraham Lincoln and George Washington.
Monday is the official holiday, which will close government offices and banks, and there will be no mail delivery.
The Genesee ARC announces that trash pick-up will remain on its regular schedules for the holiday on Monday.
As a reminder, trash and recycling must be on your curb by 6:00am on pick-up day.