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July 16, 2011
Wayne County’s tax foreclosure sale

Some great deals, some not so great deals, some hanky panky by bidders, some property owners calling foul   As tax foreclosure sales go, this was Wayne County’s biggest. Wayne County Treasurer Tom Warnick attributed the increase in properties seized owing back taxes to the slump in the economy. Seventy-four properties, an increase of about […]

July 9, 2011
We Have Lift-Off

The town of Titusville, FL played host to an estimated crowd of one million to view the final launch of NASA’s Space Shuttle program. Despite a slight delay at T-31 seconds to verify the retraction of the Oxygen Vent Arm, also called “Beanie Cap”. There was also a threatening weather forecast which included two lighting strikes to the launch tower that started talks about delaying the launch until Sunday. The Space Shuttle Atlantis would not be denied. With the International Space Station as it target, at 11:29 EST Atlantis roared off into history in the last space shuttle mission. Veteran reporters, astronauts and visitors...

June 18, 2011
WXXI names Williamson Teacher PBS Teacher Innovation Award Recipient

The WXXI Educational Outreach Center is proud to announce that Williamson High School science teacher Brendan Noon has won a PBS Teacher Innovation Award. Noon was one of 12 educators across the country who was recognized for his creative and inventive use of public media to engage students and improve learning. PBS invited educators across […]

June 11, 2011
Jason Oaks spends Fifth Summer in China

From the time that Palmyra-Macedon teacher Greg Russell sparked Jason Oaks’ interest about East Asia in the district’s International Baccalaureate program, he’s been hooked. This week Oaks, now 24 and a PhD candidate in International Relations at Cornell University, embarked on his fifth trip to China. He was one of 575 graduate and undergraduate students […]

June 4, 2011
Marion Youth Score Big at the Aquafina Pitch, Hit and Run

Marion Youth Baseball and Softball hosted one of many local PITCH, HIT & RUN™ competitions on the League’s Opening Day in April. Competitors who achieved scores high enough at the local level qualified for the Regional event. Last weekend the Regional competition took place at Rochester’s Frontier Field. Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks was on […]

June 2, 2011
Newark Junior performs with RPYO

Newark High School Junior and French horn player Kelsey Williams has been performing this school year with the Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra. And that’s no small feat. The RPYO is comprised of more than one hundred of the most accomplished middle-and high-school musicians from over thirty schools in the greater Rochester area. Each year the […]

May 28, 2011
Marine from Marion awarded Bronze Star and Purple Heart

A local Marine who was injured in  Afghanistan, was  awarded a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart recently On Friday May 20, 2011, Corporal Zachary D. Byron, a Pashtu linguist from Marion, stationed at Camp Pendelton was presented the Bronze Star and Purple Heart for actions while serving with 2nd Battalion, 1st Marine Regiment in […]

May 12, 2011
Marion High School Valedictorian/Salutatorian named

Amy Zeller, daughter of Scott and Julie Zeller, has been named the Valedictorian for the Marion Senior High Class of 2011. Amy has earned this distinction by accumulating an overall academic average of 97.741. In addition to completing her four years of high school with the top average in a class of 67 students, Amy […]

May 7, 2011
Macedon cleaning house, on mobile home parks

The Town of Macedon Code Enforcement Officers are cleaning house. Starting last week Code Enforcement Officers Scott Allen and Michael Nelson began “red tagging” empty mobile homes in the Town’s mobile home parks. The Town has seven mobile home parks, and Allen stated that several of the park owners are offering abandoned trailer homes on […]

May 5, 2011
Chamber honors Outstanding Newark Youth at annual dinner

Newark High School seniors Matthew Plain and Eli Ebanks became the 2011 recipients April 28 of the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Youth Awards. Given at the annual community awards dinner at the Newark Quality Inn, the Outstanding Youth Award winners were announced by WHAM 13 Associate News Director and Anchor Don Alhart. Alex […]

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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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