Jody Nelligan makes admission, receives no jail time
The annual Wyoming County 4-H Cookie Sale returns March 7 and will run through March 21.
Pioneer High School Principal Mark Schultz makes it obvious that he is very pleased with his school, his students, and their teachers. On a recent walk through the newly built wings- which house technologically advanced music and science rooms- the pride in Schultz’s voice was evident.
Three men from Holland were awarded one of New York state’s highest civilian honors at a ceremony at the Colden Fire Hall Feb. 17
New York State has filed regulations for the implementation of its paid family leave program.
New York has launched a first of its kind state-level program for local emergency management agencies in the nation to help highlight and promote proactive agencies.
THURSDAY, FEB. 16
Even though it’s still quite wintry outside, in the Village of Arcade it’s time to start thinking about summer recreation. Coordinated and run by the Wyoming YMCA again this year, changes have been instituted that will make the Summer 2017 program at the Arcade Village Park easier and more convenient for parents, and even more fun for the kids.
With a positive roll call vote, all five councilmen in the Town of Sardinia agreed to begin work on the Sardinia Community Center. Supervisor Beverly Gambino said Chatfield Engineers has an appointment with the architects to set the gears in motion for work on the west side (back) of the building on Savage Road.
Highway Superintendent Chris Lester reported to board members during the Monday, Feb. 13 meeting that he is pursuing the lowering of the speed limit to 45 miles per hour on Genesee Road, from Curriers Road to the Erie County line.
The Warsaw Tigers seniors continue to put their stamp of excellence on the spring track season. This past weekend in Caledonia-Mumford at the LCAA Championships, the Tigers were led by a pair of familiar athletes who continue to climb towards the top once again.
With breweries, hops farms and craft beverage festivals popping up across Wyoming County and surrounding areas, Strykersville will jump into the mix with a new microbrewery opening March 4.