Top Stories, August 17, 2023

Update On The Dana Lyons School Project In Bath

Steuben County Industrial Development Agency Director Jamie Johnson is pleased with how things are going in the plans for work on the Dana Lyons School in Bath.  "Earlier this year they found out that they were awarded state incentive funding to advance that project," Johnson tells WVIN.  "Providence Housing, which is the company that's going to be rehabilitating the project has brought in Pike Construction, and Pike is getting things staged and ready to go to begin rennovation of the school property.  It will become 50 plus workforce development housing units.  November, is when that project is slated to begin.  This will align nicely with efforts that the Village of Bath has underway, to make applications for New York State Forward funding, to help with downtown redevelopment efforts and rehabilition of several properties in the downtown area," Johnson said.  


Man Charged For Allegedly Crashing Into Vehicle In Lindley

Sheriff Jim Allard says a 43 year old Osceola Pennsylvania man is facing lots of charges after allegedly driving into another vehicle intentionally in the town of Lindley, injuring someone and damaging their vehicle.  Sheriff Allard says that Corning Police assisted in the case and that the suspect is being held in the Steuben County Jail in Bath, as a fugitive from Pennsylvania.  


Langworthy Visits Steuben County Fair In Bath

I”m so happy to be here at the Steuben County Fair,” Langworthy said.  “We’re celebrating our rich agricultural tradition, and it’s wonderful to be here with so many of the 4H families, and seeing these young people who have been raising these animals and showing these projects.  These young people are really the best and brightest in our community.”

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