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February 29, 2020
Newark Public Library unveils new WARE book collection at reception

The Newark Public Library held a formal reception on the evening of Friday, February 28th to officially open to the public an extensive book collection that the Library has recently received from a local advocacy group. The WARE Collection, was received from and thus is named for, the group Wayne Action for Racial Equality (WARE) […]

February 22, 2020
Senator Schumer announces $4.5M in funding to address breach on Charles Point

High water along the shores of Lake Ontario has been plaguing residents and municipalities for the past several years. While both local government and state officials have long recognized the need for major repairs and upgrades, like many projects, funding has been a key factor in delaying the work. On Thursday, Senator Chuck Shumer visited […]

February 22, 2020
Stolen vehicle chase ends with driver crashing into apartments

It began when a customer walked in to a 7-11 convenience store in the Town of Farmington in Ontario County on Saturday (2/15) night. The customer left his unlocked vehicle, running and went in to the store. When he came out moments later, the vehicle had been stolen. State Troopers out of Canandaigua spotted the […]

February 15, 2020
Butler residents voice concerns over compost site proposal

Back in November 2019, Tully Environmental gave a presentation about a Bio Solid Composting facility project, for property owned by Syracuse Sand and Gravel, LLC/Richard Riccelli on Route 89. The proposed facility would consist of 2 buildings with an in ground 4000 gallon concrete tank. A mobile misting system will also be in place to […]

February 15, 2020
Sodus house a total loss

Firefighters were called to a house fire at the home of John Iamele, at 5736 Defisher Road in Sodus. Initial reports came in at 8:45 a.m. on Friday (2/14). Fire officials on scene said the fire was started by a wood-burning stove in the basement and quickly enveloped the structure. Iamele was able to escape, […]

February 15, 2020
Plane flips at Williamson Airport

State Police, along with emergency responders received a report on Wednesday (2/12) at 2:54 p.m. of a small plane flipping upon landing at the Williamson Airport, located at 5502 Route 104 in Williamson. According to police, the RV6 experimental plane, built by the pilot, George Perry, age 81, of Weidrick Road in Macedon bounced on […]

February 8, 2020
Troopers chase vehicle driving on three tires and a wheel rim

A State Trooper out of Lyons, heading westbound on Route 31, came upon a eastbound vehicle travelling towards him at a high rate of speed, operating on only three tires and the rim of the fourth wheel at 2:38 a.m. on Thursday (2/6). As the Troop car turned around, the vehicle continued to speed off, […]

February 8, 2020
State Legislators rally with law enforcement to Repeal Bail Reform

Assemblyman Brian Manktelow (R,C,I,Ref-Lyons) joined law enforcement officials, state senators and some of his fellow Assembly members in the State Capitol for a rally regarding the issue of bail reform. The rally had over 250 people in attendance, all calling for the repeal (A.8855) of the recently implemented bail reform, which has wreaked havoc over […]

February 8, 2020
Snowmobile operator loses arm in Sodus accident

Unsafe Speed was given as the cause of a lone snowmobile accident on South Centenary Road, a half mile south of Ridge Road in the Town of Sodus on Friday (1/31) around 9:48 p.m. The snowmobile was operated by Grant Spalding, age 54, of Podger Road in the Town of Marion. Spalding’s snowmobile hit a […]

February 1, 2020
The passing of a Church

With only ten members left, the United Methodist Church in Palmyra was put up for sale.  With a buyer in the wings, what are the plans for the 153 year-old church? For more than 153 years, the First United Methodist Church has stood, regal and majestic as one of Palmyra’s famous four-corner churches. But since […]

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