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November 14, 2021
A trio of thieves versus a seven-county police task force

The general public had no knowledge of a multi-county task force assembled to find a highly tuned trio of thieves. The targets of these burglars were closed convenience stores, using a ‘smash and grab’ approach under the cover of darkness. The three would smash a window, or door and within moments load thousands of dollars […]

November 2, 2021
Election 2021: State & Local Race Results

We'll be posting election results as they come in. Please note that these are only preliminary numbers, and that official counts will be released by the board of elections once all votes have been tallied. 7th Judicial  Supreme Court Winners in the Seventh Judicial District of Supreme Court were Republicans: Elena Cariola (12,111) and Jim […]

October 30, 2021
Heavy rains lead to havoc in many areas of the County

Heavy, steady rainfall  on Tuesday that lasted throughout the day flooded roads and basements in many county neighborhoods. According to Public Works Director Kevin Rooney three to four inches fell, adding to the prior week of rains throughout the area. By Friday, only Armitage Road on the border of Wayne and Seneca Counties in the […]

October 30, 2021
Pick-up driver, on cell phone, hits train

State Troopers out of Lyons responded to a report of a  pick up truck ignoring a downed railroad crossing gate and hitting the front of a CSX  train at the Wayneport Road Crossing at 5:58 p.m. on Monday (10/25. The pick up driver, Timothy Christmas, age 30, of Ontario Center Road in Walworth was reportedly […]

October 30, 2021
Driver dies after crash with dump truck in Walworth

State Troopers out of Williamson responded to a pick-up and dump truck accident on Thursday (10/28) at 1:57 p.m. at the intersection of Lincoln and Clevenger Roads in the Town of Walworth. A pick-up truck operated by Scott A. Landers, age 57, of Leroy, NY was travelling west on Clevenger Road when he failed to […]

October 16, 2021
Election 2021: Sheriff’s Race - the one to watch

Below are letters from each of the candidates for Wayne County sheriff. Rob MilbyRepublican/Conservative lines I have had the distinct honor of being a member of an elite public-safety organization for the last 26 years. The Sheriffs who have served this county have established a tradition of excellence within our Sheriff’s Office. Through their leadership, […]

October 16, 2021
Mom faces numerous charges following DWI accident

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the arrest of a Village of Newark woman after an investigation into a one car motor vehicle collision that occurred on Wednesday October 13th at 7:54 p.m. Tara M. Smith, age 36, of West Miller Street in the Village of Newark was involved in a motor vehicle […]

October 16, 2021
Macedon/Board of Elections replace deceased judge with new candidate on ballot

Following the sudden death on October 8th,  of Macedon Town Justice Tom Crowley, the Macedon Republican Committee and the Wayne County Board of Elections completed the replacement of Crowley’s name on the already printed ballots. The Times was also notified on Friday (10/15) to replace the Crowley name/Republican designation with Republican designate, Macedon resident Lon […]

October 4, 2021
Here comes the Sun: What you should know about home solar installations

The Energy Crisis of 1970 was the awakening that prompted Congress to pass the Solar Energy Research, Development and Demonstration Act of 1974. This was followed over the decades by the realization that fossil fuels contributed to climate change and massive pollution. Great strides have been made in solar panels, transfer, battery storage, and  making […]

September 27, 2021
Local hospitals/nursing homes prepare for Governor’s COVID mandates

There is no question that, just as in the general public, there are those in the medical/health professions who are resisting COVID vaccinations. But unlike the general public, New York State has mandated that health workers be vaccinated, or face dismissal. On August 26, 2021, the New York State Department of Health (NYS DOH) issued […]

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Recent Obituaries

Cross, Karen L.

MARION: Went to be with the Lord with her family by her side on December 1, 2021 at the age of 70. She is predeceased by her parents, Jerry and Martha Cicero. Survived by her loving children, Tracy (Jeffrey) Cahoon, Adam Cross, and Katie (Jeffrey) Decker; grandchildren, Nash and Noah Cahoon, Gracie, Clayton and Mason […]

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Plummer, Fredrick J.

SODUS:  Entered into rest on November 30, 2021 at age 85. Predeceased by his parents: Ernest and Ella Marlatt Plummer. Fred proudly served our country in the United States Army from 1959-1961.  He retired from Kodak after many years and then went onto be a school bus driver for Sodus Central School District. Survived by […]

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