BENNINGTON — A camper was declared a total loss following an afternoon fire Wednesday, July 27 at 1629 Route 20A.
The Wyoming County Probation Department is currently seeking non-profit agencies to help expand its list of community service site providers where clients could fulfill their necessary hours mandated through court.
For the past three years, Wine in the Valley has drawn hundreds of people to downtown Warsaw for a night of wine tasting, music and grape stomping. This year, an extra 750 beer-tasting tickets have been added to the event.
WARSAW — Two people were sent to the Wyoming County Community Hospital with minor injuries following a two-car accident Wednesday, July 20 on Route 20A near Adams Road.
Legislation was signed Thursday, July 21 to expand New York State’s move-over law to volunteer firefighters and ambulance workers.
WARSAW — Police have charged a village woman with second-degree criminal contempt and bribing a witness after she reportedly tried to get victims to drop charges against her from an early-June arrest.
Microgrids are local energy networks that can separate from the larger electrical grid during extreme weather events or emergencies, to provide power to individual customers and crucial public services. They are set up to optimize energy usage and energy generation to achieve goals for resilience, reliability, and sustainability, and do so economically.
Catching up on road maintenance the highway department in the Town of Sheldon has been already been busy this summer. Eleven and one half miles of town roads are slated to be treated with oil and stone and include portions of Bartz, Schwab, Burrow, Maxon, Thomas, and Centerline roads. Almeter Road was paved earlier last month.
It was beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Holland over the weekend of July 14, 15, and 16, as Christmas tree farmers from across New York State gathered at Country Pine Farm on Humphries Road, for this year’s summer meeting of the Christmas Tree Farmers Association of New York (CTFANY).
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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.
When the term “once in a lifetime” passes through our lips, usually a nostalgic feeling accompanies it, as we attribute a personal experience that we will never forget. Nostalgia can hit you at any time, whether it be a certain smell or sight that triggers that certain, special memory. For Holland native Kelsey Perlino, her “once in a lifetime” experience this past May and June will forever be etched into her heart- the very heart that she says she left behind in South Africa.