In order to ease financial struggles, Warsaw Public Library officials are asking the Town Board of Warsaw to increase the library’s budget for the coming year.
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English weather loomed over the shores of Silver Lake for the conclusion of the third annual Shake on the Lake Festival last weekend.
State Sen. Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) has introduced a bill in the Senate that would toughen the penalty for those who threaten mass violence against a school. The legislation amends the current law to include all threats, regardless of the method.
A deteriorating property at 108 Center St. in the Village of Warsaw may finally see the fixes that neighborhood residents have been asking for.
Going through the line in the cafeteria will cost a little more this fall for Pioneer students, as prices are set to rise by 10 cents. Lunches at the high and middle schools will go from $1.80 to $1.90, the elementary level will go from $1.55 to $1.65, breakfast is to remain the same. Ten cents each year is the cap set by the state. Without the cap, prices could have risen by 13 cents.
The start and dismissal times at H.O. Brumsted Elementary School have fluctuated over the last 10 years, with some exceptions made for students who live close enough to walk to and from school.
Last weekend a foursome from the Warsaw Bulldogs girl’s athletic program traveled to Olean for the southern tier’s version of the Gus Macker Basketball tournament. Having played in the Hornell Gus Macker a month ago, the Bulldogs were ready for another challenge.
Three New York Army National Guard soldiers from Wyoming County have received promotions in recognition of their capability for additional responsibility and leadership.