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BATAVIA – Batavia High School sophomore Lucy Farrell believes that her social studies teacher, John Dryden, was looking out for his students when he told them they had a Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate themselves when answering an in-class survey about emotional and at-risk behavior.
Two-year-old Ava Luhmann reacts as her mother Jennifer Luhmann, both of Cary, holds a butterfly during the 10th anniversary of the Butterfly House at Peck Farm Park in Geneva Friday.
From the Batavia police blotter for the wee of May 13 to May 20 come these reports of criminal damage.
A look at the Tri-Cities area's list of Memorial Day events and ceremonies, set for Monday, May 27: BATAVIA – Batavia VFW Post 1197 will host its annual Memorial Day ceremony at 10 a.m. Monday, May 27, at the Hangar, 645 S. River St., Batavia.
On Friday, May 31, the Batavia and Geneva Police Departments will be teaming up to support the Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch Run.
BATAVIA – Police officials are attributing the fact that service calls to the city's eight largest apartment complexes have mostly gone down in the last year thanks to the city's crime-free housing program.
An old postcard of Bellevue Place in Batavia is seen. INSET: Mary Todd Lincoln stayed at the sanitarium in 1875.
Marmion senior Jake Ruddy, of Batavia, practices at the schooll's track Wednesday afternoon.
At this time of the year, when vehicle burglaries always seem to heat up, it's good to see an arrest by Batavia police.
Two arrests on charges of between 2.5 and 10 grams of marijuana plus an arrest for possession of a controlled substance were part of this week's Batavia police blotter.
Batavia and area firefighters battled a blaze on the rooftops of a Batavia home on Ekman Drive after a lightning bolt smashed through its roof shortly after noon Wednesday, May 22.
The 81-year-old driver of a 2000 Volvo that collided Monday morning with a Mercury at Mill Street and Randall Road died later that day, police reported Tuesday.
Firefighters at the scene of a blaze in the 800 block of Wind Energy Pass, Batavia.
GENEVA – The Geneva City Council voted Monday to appoint Tom Simonian as 5th Ward alderman, but two aldermen cast no votes, and at least one of them said he didn't like the process used to select the new appointee.
TV star Erik Estrada, known for his role as Ponch in the 1970s series, "CHiPS," was the guest rider at Mooseheart's 10th annual Blessing of the Bikes event Saturday, which helped raise more than $27,000 for Moose Charities and Special Olympics.
BATAVIA – Five people were charged Sunday after an underage drinking party in the 400 block of Wolcott Lane in Batavia.