posted on March 19, 2013 07:13
A former Medina fireman could go to prison for up to four years after admitting that he had sexual contact with two teenage boys.
32-year-old Jeffrey Elsenheimer entered a guilty plea in Orleans County Court to two counts of third-degree sexual act.
Elsenheimer, a paid fireman with the Medina department and a part-time dispatcher for the sheriff’s office, admitted to having contact with two 16-year-old boys.
A winter storm is moving east across the nation today and it will be felt in Western New York.
The storm is expected to bring a mix of snow, rain and ice in to parts of the region.
There are no advisories for Genesee County, but there is a Winter Weather Advisory for Southern Erie and Wyoming Counties and the southern tier.
The Buffalo Bills are looking to beef up security at Ralph Wilson Stadium on game days. The team is looking to make the stadium more child and family friendly, and will be paying for an additional 128 police officers when games are taking place.
The team has decided to take action after hearing that rowdiness caused some fans to give up their season tickets.
Officials believe increasing the uniformed police presence in and around the stadium will be the best way to improve the fan experience.
New York State's minimum wage is set to go up in the latest budget deal.
The minimum wage in the Empire State will jump from 7-25 an hour to eight dollars an hour in January of 2014 as part of the budget agreement currently in negotiations.
Further increases would see the minimum wage move to 8-75 in 2015 and nine dollars in 2016.
A measure to have the minimum wage automatically increase with the rate of inflation has been tabled.