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November 26, 2022
History Museum’s Holiday Boutique returns

The Museum of Wayne County History in Lyons, New York, is ringing in the holiday season with their beloved annual fundraiser, The Holiday Boutique on December 3rd and 4th from 10 AM - 4 PM. The old jail and history museum will transform into a winter wonderland filled with music, decor, and a wide range […]

November 20, 2022
Max Stossel tells Newark Students: Technology is amazing, but addictive

Award-winning poet, filmmaker and speaker, Max Stossel strongly contends “technology is amazing.” But he equally believes social media has deceptively overstepped its bounds, is intentionally addictive and negatively impacting the mental health, self-worth, social lives, productivity, communication and focusing skills of young people. In two compelling assembly presentations - “We’ve Been Sneaking Into Your Brains” […]

November 12, 2022
NR-W seniors learn as they participate in service to the community

Fifty North Rose-Wolcott High School seniors participated in a service learning opportunity on November 7, sprucing up York Settlement Cemetery. Students picked up leaves and branches, cleaned headstones, placed flags on veterans’ graves, and performed other maintenance tasks at the cemetery. There are 64 veterans buried at York Settlement Cemetery, said Rose Town Supervisor Richard […]

November 8, 2022
North Rose-Wolcott to present “The Addams Family” musical

The North Rose-Wolcott Musical Club will perform “The Addams Family” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, November 10 and Saturday, November 12 and at 2 p.m. on Sunday, November 13 in the North Rose-Wolcott High School auditorium. Tickets will be available at the door and cost $7 for adults and $5 for students, seniors and veterans. […]

October 31, 2022
A year since Palmyra Coverlet Museum fire

On November 3rd, 2021, a fire destroyed a laundromat in the village of Palmyra. Left in the wake of the fire was the Alling Coverlet Museum. “So much has happened since that day, it’s hard to believe it has been a year. To walk through the museum today, you would never know that there was […]

October 24, 2022
Three Habitat for Humanity affiliates merge

Board members of Habitat for Humanity affiliates in Rochester, Canandaigua and Newark have voted unanimously to embark on a strategic merger of the three affiliates, creating one organization with a mission to serve more families more effectively than any of the three organizations could do on their own. Flower City Habitat in Rochester, Ontario County […]

October 15, 2022
Walworth Church to pack gift boxes for children in need

For over 25 years the Second Baptist Church in Walworth, NY has been packing shoe boxes with toys, clothing, hygiene items, and school supplies to send to children in need around the world. These boxes filled with joy and love are sent worldwide by Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child (OCC) Program. Our church has set […]

October 9, 2022
Annual Macedon Community Christmas Program underway

2022 is the 39th consecutive year that the Macedon Community Christmas Program will take place. Planning is underway for the holiday program that helps local families experiencing food insecurity and other needs in the Macedon, Walworth, and Gananda communities. This December, families will receive food for a holiday meal, as well as gift cards for […]

October 3, 2022
Planning for Bicentennial in Wayne County well underway

The Wayne County Bicentennial Committee was established in 2019 and has been meeting regularly for the past 3+ years. Much has been accomplished and final plans are being formulated for our Year of Celebration. The official kick off is April 11, 2023, though we are already in the midst of numerous projects and activities. The […]

October 2, 2022
Book Sale and BBQ at Macedon Library

 The Friends of the Macedon Public Library are sponsoring their annual Fall used book sale on Thursday, October 13 through Saturday, October 15.  The sale will be in the Community Room of the Library and will feature books, CD’s, DVD’s, videos and puzzles.  Fiction works ranging from mysteries, thrillers, romances and classics to books of […]

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Recent Obituaries

Hopper, Helen (Mehlenbacher) (Rugg) 

FARMINGTON: Helen Hopper passed away at her home on Wednesday, February 1, at the age of 86. Predeceased by husband, Harold Hopper; son, Justian Rugg; and granddaughters, Stephanie Miller and Andrea Rugg. She is survived by her children, Starr (Elwood) Balliet, Ray Rugg, Jr., Miles (Donna) Rugg, Keith (Maria) Rugg, Lennie (Donna Taylor) Rugg, Regina […]

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Ackerman, Marcia K.

 NEWARK: Blazed a new trail, January 30, 2023 at age 79.   Predeceased by her parents: Donald and Isabel Young; mother-in-law: Lillian Ruth Ackerman, and husband of 57 years, David V. Ackerman.   Marcia graduated from Anderson University with a BA in Psychology and Masters in Education and taught special needs children before a long, successful career […]

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