Nearly 60 Wyoming County residents have filed multiple lawsuits against the Invenergy wind energy company for lost quality of life and property value in relation to the Orangeville Wind Farm.
The Perry Family Literacy Center has recently received multiple grants that will help the organization expand and offer more programs to young readers.
A steady stream of trucks waited on Church Street to carry away the "old" blacktop from Main Street.
Construction on Route 39 is still on schedule according to Todd Clark, the DOT engineer in charge of the project. Paving will continue throughout the night on the west bound and center turning lanes, and construction crews will continue to clean drains and work on the drainage adjustments through the days this week.
Raindrops didn’t stop the crowds from heading over to the Attica Village Park on Saturday, Aug. 23 for the Attica Lions Club's fourth annual German Fest.
Area youth were given the chance to explore careers in the medical field during the HealthWORKS program at the Wyoming County Community Hospital on Friday, Aug. 22.
Last weekend, members of the Warsaw community pulled together in support of Adam Webster, a Warsaw native who is currently battling cancer.
Holland Central continues to be in a state of flux, as the school board and administration try to figure out the function of its empty school building, and put together a capital project for voters this December.
The Rushford Town Board set a time and date for a public hearing in regard to an Ordinance for Vending Amendment that was presented at the regular town meeting on August 11. The public hearing is scheduled prior to the start of the September meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Monday, September 8.
Highway Supervisor Don Hopkins was given permission to make two purchases for his department at the Sardinia Town Board's August 14 meeting — a half ton pickup truck and a heavy duty Karcher power washer. He originally presented his request for a truck a couple months ago, but board members wanted more information.
The Warsaw Bulldogs girl’s athletic club has finished its softball season and have begun the summer basketball session. Over the weekend a group of three Bulldog athletes traveled to Hornell for the annual Gus Macker 3-on-3 street basketball tournament.
A new gym recently opened in Warsaw that offers a variety of martial arts and physical fitness classes.