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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 […]

April 23, 2011
Sharon Lilla to retire as County Planning Director

She made it official on Friday afternoon. After 31-1/2 years as the Wayne County Planning Director, Sharon Lilla is retiring. Her official last day will be July 8th. Sharon received her Bachelors degree in Geography from SUNY Oswego, which she explained was about as close to a planning degree as one could get in the […]

April 16, 2011
No Marion Post Office Closure, but changes may be coming

A few weeks ago, rumors circulated that the Marion Post Office would be closing as part of the U.S. Postal Services’ effort to save money. While postal officials say no such closure is planned, they do acknowledge their may be some changes on the horizon in how services are delivered. “We are looking at possible […]

April 2, 2011
The “Final Bell”: Walworth says goodbye to Stu Huntley

Hundreds of Walworth residents - friends, family and those who only knew his legacy, attended the memorial service on Thursday for Stuart Huntley. The service was fittingly held at the place Stu called a second home - the Walworth Fire Hall on Church Street. In full dress uniforms, his colleagues/fellow firefighters, stood at attention during […]

March 31, 2011
Newark Clock Museum ticks again

For the last two months there has been a silence that has permeated the Hoffman Clock Museum located in Newark, NY.  There has been a lot of noise from the pounding of hammers and the moving of display cases but the clocks that make up the heartbeat of the museum have been silenced to allow […]

March 19, 2011
Pal-Mac Robotics team wins RIT Competition, will compete in Nationals in April

The Robotics team from Palmyra-Macedon was part of the winning team in the RIT First Robotics Competition on March 5th. The Pal-Mac Raiders Robotics team was part of a winning alliance at the Regional competition and have won a spot in the National competititon in St. Louis, MO on April 27th. The team will be […]

March 12, 2011
Cookbook celebrates “El Caldero’s” legacy in Clyde

It was a fixture in the Clyde area for years, the cheery yellow restaurant on the way into town on Route 31. El Caldero, owned and operated by Carmen Figueroa West and her family, served up Spanish, Mexican and American fare that people would come from as far away from Rochester to savor. “This was […]

March 5, 2011
Dead Broke - How much is too much?

The question of how much Wayne County should pay for indigent funerals came up again at the County Human Services Committee on Monday (2/28). Department of Social Services Director, Josh McCrossen said that currently the County pays out $300 for a stillborn  to seven days old baby, $600 for a child up to seven years […]

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Recent Obituaries

Taber, Kathryn (Wadsworth)

Kathryn (Wadsworth) Taber, 96, of Murrysville, formally of Wolcott NY, passed away Thursday, June 6, 2024. She was born September 11, 1927, in Williamson NY, a daughter of the late Glen and Lilias (Forman) Wadsworth. Kathryn owned several cats throughout her life, her final cat was named Pepper who she doted on. She loved gardening […]

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Comstock Jr., Lyle (Fud) D. 

SODUS: Lyle Comstock, 75, lived a long life before passing away Sunday June 9th, 2024 at his home. In keeping with Lyles’s wishes, there will be a celebration of life for family and friends at Sodus Center Firehall on Saturday June 22nd from 1-4pm. A funeral service will be held at Sodus Center Firehall at […]

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