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Community
August 31, 2013
Gananda Sports Boosters discover generous community

Thanks to the overwhelming generosity of local businesses, community groups and volunteers, Gananda Sports Boosters has been able to implement many exciting upgrades and enhancements to the Gananda athletic experience. All projects were made possible through community donations and Sports Boosters funds. It all started with a generous donation from Gananda Bandits soccer program in […]

August 24, 2013
Steak Roast fundraiser to benefit Wayne County Sheriff’s K-9 Unit

A Steak Roast Fundraiser will be held on October 12th, 2013 from 4:00 PM – 5:00PM in Multiple locations. Buy a ticket and you can pick up your dinner or eat in at any one of these locations: Walworth Fire Department, Fairville Fire Department, Rose Fire Department. Price is $15 and the dinner includes: steak, […]

August 24, 2013
Humane Society of Wayne County keeps pet adoption affordable

It’s a warm summertime afternoon and a black cat is laying by the window. He looks happy, healthy and loved. It’s a common scene in many American homes, however there’s one small difference. There are 125 other cats, two dozen dogs and a handful of people buzzing about just steps away. It’s a typical Thursday […]

August 17, 2013
It took some political posturing, but Lyons Village Police swears in full time officer

Lyons Village Clerk Denise Darcangelis, swore in Lyons Police Officer Brian Ritchie to full time status on August 13, 2013. Brian, a 16 year police veteran and former Town of Gates Officer, has been employed part time by the Village of Lyons Police Department since June 2011. After he left Gates and went to work […]

July 27, 2013
Loson’s Big M to close its doors after over 50 years of family service

“Yes, it is very sad. We’ve been in this business a long time,” said Joe Loson on the decision to close the family’s Big M grocery on Route 31 in Lyons. For 51 years, the Loson family, starting with patriarch Al Loson, and continuing with his sons Joe and Jim, has been a staple of […]

July 20, 2013
70th wedding anniversary for two Nursing home residents

Join the Wayne County Nursing Home in congratulating two members of our community, Gerald and Eunice Harris on their platinum wedding anniversary. Gerald and Eunice have been married for 70 years on July 13, 2013. Gerald and Eunice met at high school and church in Abingdon, VA. Gerald joined the Army in 1940 and they […]

July 20, 2013
Finger Lakes Wine Festival -- Reislings Ruled --

by Randy Agness What fun visiting the 2013 Finger Lakes Wine Festival. Elizabeth Mayer Public Relations Manager for Watkins Glen International said it best: “The Finger Lakes Wine Festival brings wineries and wine enthusiasts together for the chance to enjoy the region’s simple pleasure.” As many wineries have begun to bottle their 2012 vintage, one […]

July 13, 2013
Macedon Business goes above par to keep their golfers below

Golfers around the world know the name IZZO. It’s a name that has become synonymous with quality golf accessories for over the past 2 decades. From carry bags to practice nets and beyond. If golf is your game, chances are you’ve used an IZZO brand product. In 1991, T.J. Izzo changed the game of Golf […]

July 6, 2013
Newark teen thinks Education is special

Fifteen-year-old Thomas Ledbetter, who will be a sophomore at Newark High School this fall, thinks the education he’s getting is pretty special. In May he wrote an essay explaining why his education matters so much to him in order to enter the eScholar “Make My Education Matter” contest. And to his complete surprise, he was […]

June 29, 2013
Marion community celebrates return of gym/community center

While it is always a joyful experience to find yourself in church, surrounded by friends and neighbors, last Sunday was even more full of joy for the congregation of the Second Reformed Church of Marion. Following a two year “void” of their community building, due to the its collapse in February 2011, community members joined […]

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Sharrow, Allen Jay

ONTARIO, NY/SARASOTA, FLORIDA: Passed away at his home in Ontario, on Saturday, April 13, 2024 at the age of 60.  He was born on Wednesday, September 18, 1963 at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital. He was predeceased by his father Leland Sharrow in 1978. Survived by his mother Barbara "Searles" Sharrow Reed; sisters, Bonnie (Mike) Wirth, Julie […]

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Johnson, Marilyn J.  

WILLIAMSON: Marilyn J. Johnson, a life-long resident of Williamson, NY entered into eternal peace at Kirkhaven in Rochester, NY after a long battle with Alzheimer’s Disease on January 25, 2024 at age 82. Marilyn will be dearly missed by her two children: Amy Johnson and Andrew (Karen) Johnson. Her memory will be cherished by her […]

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