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July 6, 2019
Town of Walworth explores Water Treatment Options

On June 20 the Walworth Town Board authorized their Supervisor, Susie Jacobs, to sign a Memorandum of Understanding to begin exploring the option of joining the Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority’s Western Regional Wastewater Treatment System improvements project.  This project is to regionalize and consolidate the wastewater treatment plants of Palmyra, Macedon, and Marion, […]

July 6, 2019
84-year-old Savannah man fights off and kills fox that attacked both he and his wife

Police report that a 84 year-old Town of Savannah man was attacked by  what he believed was a wild dog on Monday (7/1) afternoon on Cotton Road. The animal first attacked Richard Rising’s wife at the end of their driveway, then turned and attacked him.  Rising was able  to get the upper hand in the […]

July 1, 2019
Savannah Man Attacked by Fox

Police report that a Town of Savannah man was attacked by  what he believed was a wild dog on Monday (7/1) afternoon onCotton Road. The animal first attacked the 84 year-old man's wife. He was able to choke the animal to death. When police arrived they identified the animal as a fox. Both the man […]

June 29, 2019
July 4th Holiday and Weekend DWI Crackdown July 3 - 7, 2019

Sheriff Barry Virts reports the “STOP-DWI Crackdown for July 4th Day and Weekend Campaign” linked with other law enforcement initiatives already done at key times of the year and promoting it under a county and statewide umbrella. This campaign targets the time period around July 4th Day and Weekend.     The “STOP-DWI Crackdown for […]

June 29, 2019
Republican Primary winners in Wayne County

In the Republican Primary voting on Tuesday, June 25th, results are as follows: (These are the unofficial results as reported by the Wayne County Board of Elections) For Lyons Council: (2 seats) Jim Brady received 60 votes, Joanne Greco received 44 votes. Both will be on the November ballot for Lyons Town Council. Jim Wedman […]

June 26, 2019
Republican Primary Results from June 25, 2019

Republican Primary winners in Wayne County In the Republican Primary voting on Tuesday, June 25th, results are as follows: (These are the unofficial results as reported by the Wayne County Board of Elections) For Lyons Council: (2 seats) Jim Brady received 60 votes, Joanne Greco received 44 votes. Both will be on the November ballot […]

June 22, 2019
Sheriff’s contract settled, but it comes with pluses and minuses

It sounded like a good idea at the time, many years ago. The Wayne County Sheriff’s office was losing deputies to adjoining and nearby police agencies offering higher wages. A recent trainee could earn as much as $10,000, or more by transferring to Monroe County agencies. To stop the flow of new and older deputies, […]

June 20, 2019
Wayne Central Superintendent Dr. Mathis Calvin resigns

Earlier this evening (Thursday night, June 20th) the Board of Education and the Wayne Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Mathis Calvin III, entered into a mutual separation agreement, effective June 30, 2019. The district is thankful for the tireless efforts of Dr. Calvin throughout his tenure at Wayne. Under his leadership Wayne Central has: raised its […]

June 15, 2019
The rising costs of recycling: Local waste haulers feeling the crunch

For decades, households around the country have been recycling everything from plastic bottles to cardboard boxes, all in an attempt to reduce waste while touted as a way to protect the environment. However as our lives and shopping patterns change, so does the demand for these once highly sought after post-consumer products. In cities across […]

June 15, 2019
Jody Bender returns to seek Marion Supervisor seat

On Wednesday, June 12, the Marion Republicans caucused to choose their slate of candidates for the November 2019 Town elections. It was deja vu, as, not only the current Town Councilman, Ron Lonneville and LaVerne Bliek were chosen to run again, as was Town Justice Paul Bender, but the event marked the return of former […]

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Recent Obituaries

Cantin, Violet

WEBSTER: Friday, February 26, 2021, age 95. Predeceased by her first husband, Walter Youngman; son, Daniel Youngman. She leaves her husband, Gerard; children, Pamela Shannon of Arcade, Janice Shaffer of Palmyra; daughter-in-law, Debbie Youngman; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Services are at the convenience of the family. Willard H. Scott Funeral Home

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Santelli, Alfred

LYONS: Alfred Santelli 64 , died unexpectedly on Feb. 19, 2021. There will be no prior calling hours. Services and burial will be at South Lyons Cemetery at the convenience of the family. Memorial contributions may be made to a charity of one’s choice. Alfred was born in Lyons, NY, on Dec. 16, 1956, to […]

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