Whisked away in mystery, members of Warsaw's Troop 33 recently took the trip of a lifetime after visiting the Boston Harbor and staying overnight on a historic ship.
After admitting to engaging in oral sexual conduct with a child under the age of 4, Warsaw resident Heather Castrechino will spend 25 years in state prison.
In the wake of the Town of Castile deciding to drop its fire protection contract with the Village of Perry, the village has proposed a cheaper contract with the hopes of Castile signing back on.
The Wyoming County 4-H Produced in New York State Food Contest was held Saturday, Oct. 25 at the Cornell Cooperative Extension Education Center in Warsaw.
LEICESTER - The Perry and Perry Center fire departments assisted at the scene of an accident that involved a passenger vehicle and combine during the early morning of Oct. 28.
Perry resident Linda Hyland brought several questions and concerns before the Perry Board of Education at its meeting Monday, Oct. 27.
Warsaw Central School has received praise from a Geneseo professor for its professionalism at the middle/high school level.
The Town of Eagle is telling its residents, “We need you!” Over the past few months, board members have been discussing putting together a five-year plan for town improvements. They would like to know what the residents would like to see in their town. One of the things they would like to see on the five-year plan, is the purchase of a new generator for the town buildings.
National Fuel Gas (NFG) has started the federal review process to construct a 24-inch diameter underground pipeline from Clermont, Pennsylvania to Elma. The proposed route will run through the Towns of Machias, Yorkshire, Delevan, Sardinia and Holland in our readership area. The pipeline will transport Marcellus Shale gas from Pennsylvania to the Porterville Compressor Station for shipment to high-value markets.
The transition from the 2014 budget to the 2015 budget was relatively seamless for the Town of Eagle. The Town will receive over $1 million in income during the next year, the majority of which will be from Noble Energy, as payment in lieu of taxes for its wind farm. There will be no need to levy any town taxes, because the income from Noble is more than sufficient for the yearly bills.
The regular season is over on the volleyball court and the Warsaw Tigers have prepared for the Class DDD playoffs. With wins over Avon and Letchworth in the final week, Warsaw earned a home game in the opening round of sectionals.
Major General Patrick A. Murphy, adjutant general, has announced the recent reenlistment of members of the New York Army National Guard in recognition of their continuing commitment to serve community, state and nation as part of the Army National Guard.