Two weeks before Thanksgiving, the Warsaw Central School Student Council decided to hold a canned food drive to benefit the Warsaw community food pantry, according to Student Council Adviser Elizabeth McGary. The group's goal was to collect 500 cans.
In true Hollywood fanfare, Dr. Scott and Tami Treutlein – along with their children Greg, Kaitlyn, Paige and Chris – celebrated the grand opening of Warsaw's Spotlight Theater with a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday, Nov. 29.
The Wyoming County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the 2014 county budget at a special meeting held Wednesday, Nov. 27.
It's Christmas Magic Weekend in Arcade and Santa will arrive in Arcade on Friday evening, December 6, in his usual exciting way — aboard the back of a decorated fire truck from the Arcade Fire Department! Families are invited to gather at the Arcade Elementary School around 6:30 p.m. to enjoy the lighting of the Christmas tree and caroling before Santa arrives. After the jolly old elf lands, he'll visit with each child personally in the cafeteria, and light refreshments will be served. There will also be cookie decorating and ornament/craft making, and the evening's fun is free to the community.
Christmas spirit rang throughout the streets of Warsaw for the return of Moonlight Magic this week.
Castile Mayor Keith Granger had some disappointing news for the Village Board at its Tuesday, Nov. 19 meeting.
What family vacation ever runs completely smoothly? Sure, they can be fun, but they can also be stressful.
Eagle Scout candidate Jeremy Kocsis reported to the Sheldon Town Board about the work he has been spearheading at Sheldon Town Park for his Eagle Scout Project. Kocsis planned to spend a weekend digging out the playground and re-mulching but, due to the rain, the project took much longer than he had anticipated.
Some residents of Orangeville thought a winter thunderstorm was rolling in the weekend of November 9 and 10. The “thunder” they thought they heard was actually the blade of one of the wind towers in Orangeville breaking off and falling to the ground.
The total increase that Town of Freedom taxpayers will see for the coming year is approximately 1.8 percent, said Supervisor Barbara George at the town’s November 18 meeting.
It’s rare that a team would open with a rivalry game, but the Perry Yellow Jackets did not let that get in their way on Tuesday, Dec. 3 against the Letchworth Indians.
The Warsaw Tigers boys basketball season opened Friday, Nov. 29 with the Warsaw Kiwanis Tip-Off Tournament. With Attica, Pavilion and Pembroke taking part in the annual tournament, the Tigers faced some tough competition under first-year head coach Jason Semmel.
Freedom’s Chelsea Kijek took first-place honors in the 2014 Miss Rodeo New York pageant held November 8 and 9 in Glens Falls.