The Village Board of Perry voted to transfer $20,000 towards repair of the Perry Fire Department's 1981 ladder truck, following a public hearing on the matter at the board’s July 21 meeting. The transfer was agreed upon on the condition that the repairs cost no more than that amount.
The State Police in Machias in conjunction with the Cattaraugus County and Wyoming County Sheriff departments announced the arrest of four defendants for a rash of approximately eight Church burglaries throughout the Cattaraugus and Wyoming counties.
The Warsaw Public Library’s 2014 Community Half Marathon program will culminate next weekend with the Final Mile Festival of Fun.
Warsaw orthopedic surgeon Lesly Germain has moved to a new location.
Some of the best things in life are free.
With the need for additional food supplies at the Warsaw food pantry, two Warsaw 7-year-olds, Ellie Tangerman and Bella Noon, decided to help meet the need by holding a yard sale, advertised as Ellie’s and Bella’s Yard Sale. The two friends initially set a goal of $300; when that was met they raised the goal to $500, and when that was met raised it again to $700 to $900. At the end of the day, they netted a total of $884.25.
A public hearing on Tuesday, August 5 will tell whether or not Arcade residents are in favor of changing the traffic pattern at the Arcade Village Park.
A bid for $5,000 was received for the 1973 pumper truck that the Delevan Fire Company is trying to sell, but following a discussion wherein board members thought they could possibly get a better price for it, Fire Chief Jeff Holmes and Assistant Chief Bobby Kuhn were asked to tell the bidder “Thank you, but we’re going to put it up for bid.”
4-H Camp Wyomoco in Varysburg is entering its 50th year of providing great summer camp experiences for children. Wyomoco has changed a lot over its 50-year history, but in some ways it is much the same as it was when it opened in 1964. Committees, 4-H educators, camp directors and camp staff have always been dedicated to providing a safe, fun learning environment for kids in Wyoming County and the surrounding area.
Since its June meeting, where the development of property at Genesee Road and Route 98 was discussed, the Arcade Town Board received a letter from owner Jeremy Lons where he cited an apparent “communication disconnect.”
Each year the top gridiron seniors in Section V put on their pads for one last time to do battle in the Eddie Meath All-Star game. And while Wyoming County was represented by just one athlete, the game featured several twists and turns where each team had a lead in the game’s final minute.
Forty-eight years after playing its way to an undefeated season, the 1966 LeRoy football team is now a member of the LeRoy Sports Hall of Fame.
A new business, Downtown Designs, has moved into a familiar location on Main Street in Arcade and will host its grand opening August 2. Owner nail tech specialist Olivia Lawrence has been remodeling the former Joe’s Styling Center into a new salon space, with a little help from her friends and family.