Some Perry village properties could receive a helping hand if an application for Restore New York funds is accepted by the state.
Arcade’s annual Main and More event to be held Thursday, Oct. 6
While dogs, in many ways, aren’t much different than children, they’re considerably more difficult to travel with. Rather than hunting down pet-friendly hotels or putting their pooch through a trip in the cargo hold of a plane, most people keep their dogs at home. This fall, Warsaw had added another option for locals needing pet care while they travel: Ruff Inn it Kennels.
State Sen. Patrick Gallivan made the rounds to most of Wyoming County’s libraries Tuesday, Sept. 20 to discuss financial and technological needs.
The New York Farm Bureau Promotion & Education Committee is encouraging high school seniors who have been involved with agriculture and plan on continuing studies in this field to apply for the 2017 New York Farm Bureau Agricultural Youth Scholarship.
Although cheese has already hit stands from the East Hill Creamery, Wyoming County’s newest and only artisan cheese factory, the facility is still amidst construction.
Mike McElheny began his tenure as foreman of the Arcade Electric Department earlier this month, following the retirement of Steven Pinter. McElheny was named to the position at the Sept. 6 meeting of the Arcade Village Board, chosen from two candidates that applied.
Sardinia Town Board members agree that the Community Center needs repairs. Unfortunately, improvements to the historic structure remain in limbo because they can’t agree on the extent of the work. Supervisor Beverly Gambino and Councilman Len Hochadel would like to see the entire building refurbished, while the remaining board members would be happy just to get some preliminary “button up” work accomplished.
Peter J. Galioto II of West Main Street in Arcade passed away on Thursday, September 15, 2016 in Strykersville. He was 38. The son of Michael Koch of Arcade and Angela (Galioto) Gebauer of Java Village, he was born in Warsaw on February 19, 1978.
Lisa A. Brown, 57, of Arcade, passed away peacefully on Monday, September 12, 2016 at Kenmore Mercy Hospital in Tonawanda after battling cancer.
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.
If you've driven through Delevan recently, perhaps you've noticed the Idle Hands Gift Shop storefront in the plaza as you drive by. The business, which just celebrated their one-year anniversary in August, is a community store operated by approximately 17 partners who sell locally homemade goods.