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June 19, 2021
Wayne twin sisters encourage each other, named Valedictorian and Salutatorian

Twin sisters, Jeana and Raina Hoffmann, of Ontario are Wayne Central School District’s valedictorian and  salutatorian this year. Throughout the past four years at Wayne Central High School, the siblings have continuously pushed one another to do their best and it has paid off. Jeana and Raina are excited to be on stage together for […]

June 19, 2021
Wayne County celebrates Juneteenth at event

On June 17th, Wayne County residents gathered in Lyons’ Central Park in celebration of the official declaration of Juneteenth as a recognized Federal holiday. An excited, diverse group of over 50 community members and leaders of all ages came together in celebration of the historic event in 1865 where the message of Emancipation finally reached […]

June 19, 2021
Family dog killed with shot to chest

Police seek help in finding out who ended the life of the 18 pound Dachshund State Police out of Lyons responded to a report of a family dog shot in the chest at 32 Cherry Street in the Town of Lyons on Tuesday (6/8) around 4:30 p.m. Melissa A. Kersten stated that she was at […]

June 12, 2021
Busy week for Sheriff’s Office investigating Arcadia homicide and Lyons shooting

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the investigation into a Homicide that occurred at House’s Motel located at 5380 State Route 31 in the Town of Arcadia on Monday (6/7) at 5:14 p.m. Deputies were called to the scene to check the welfare of an individual that lived in one of the apartments […]

June 12, 2021
New York Legislature Passes Parole Reform Bill Intended To Slash Prison Population

The New York State Legislature worked until night to pass new laws designed to curb the number of people sent back to prison for non-criminal parole violations. The Senate and Assembly passed the Less Is More Act to prevent people on parole from being sent back to prison for technical violations. If signed into law […]

June 12, 2021
Little Food Pantry pops up in Walworth

After a year in the works, a new “Little Food pantry” box has been installed in Walworth at the 2nd Baptist Church on Church Street.  The idea came from a similar project at a Webster church. “We kind of liked the idea, since our Walworth Food Pantry closed and we still get requests for help,” […]

June 12, 2021
Lots of Tails and Tales at Macedon Public Library

This summer libraries across the state will be offering summer reading programs with the theme, “Tails and Tales.” From June 23 to August 6, Macedon Public Library will motivate people of all ages to read more books by providing prizes and special activities connected to a creature theme.   Grace & Glory will kick-off the […]

June 5, 2021
Police investigate Vandalism on banners for BLM and vaccination message

A local group with the goal of ending racism in Wayne County has apparently met resistance in the form of repeated vandalism. Wayne Action for Racial Equality (WARE) has kept a finger to the pulse of racial equity and social justice movements for over forty years, but especially this past tumultuous year. The group has […]

June 5, 2021
Three police agencies arrest Savannah man

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the arrest on Tuesday (6/1) at 45:45 p.m. of a Town of Alan Warner Jr, age 38, of West Church Street in Savannah following a domestic incident in the Town of Galen. Following an investigation into  the domestic incident, that occurred on the April 4th, Mr. Warner […]

June 5, 2021
Some Sodus School parents notified of “Mandatory” Summer School for grades 6-7-8

Complaints/concerns were heard from parents in the Sodus Central School, about a “mandatory summer school”. The consensus was that all students in grades 6, 7, and 8 would have to attend summer school, and that the consequences would be dire.  One parent stated that this forced additional school time would be “destroying the child’s summer, […]

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Johnson, Kenneth Arthur

SODUS: Age 90, passed away April 1st, 2020. Ken is survived by his loving wife of 68 years, Dorothy A. Johnson; children, Barb (Butch) Fox, Stephen (Amy) Johnson, David (Cheryl) Johnson, Denise (Christopher) Wren, and Jeffrey (Stephanie) Johnson; numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; sister, Evelyn (Joe) Schell and many, many extended family and friends. Ken […]

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Hollier, Danny R.

CLYDE: Danny was born February 1st 1979, and passed away unexpectedly on June, 16th 2021.  He was predeceased by Grandfather, Richard Baker and children’s mother/longtime friend, Hayley King.  He is survived by parents, Frank and Sandra Hollier; grandparents, Leroy and Erica Hollier; grandmother, Mary Baker (Nicoletta); children, Sierra King (Calvin Felker), Katelyn King (Camden Rattray), […]

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