BENNINGTON – Bennington Town Clerk Tina Metz was arrested Tuesday, Oct. 21 after auditors and investigators discovered a shortage of more than $14,000 that was collected from residents for permits, fees and town tax collections but not deposited in the town’s bank accounts, according to New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli.
For more than a decade, Angel Action has been collecting gently-used warm coats and clothing of all sizes in order to give Wyoming County's less-fortunate residents a hand during the colder months of the year.
Holland Boy Scouts salute during the pledge to the flag at the dedication ceremony for the Blue Star Memorial.
On Saturday, October 11, Holland American Legion and Federated Holland Garden Club members unveiled the Blue Star Memorial plaque that honors all men and women who have served, are currently serving, or plan to serve in the armed services of the United States. It sits at t eh Holland Cemetery on Main street, in tribute to our defenders.
During its most recent meeting, the Town Board of Perry was informed that while tax exemptions may be good news for some, they place a burden on others.
Genesee Community College will provide prospective students with the chance to see all that the college has to offer with an academic open house from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday, Nov. 11 at the main campus in Batavia. Those interested in attending are encouraged to pre-register at genesee.edu/OpenHouse or by calling 866-CALL-GCC.
Burlingham Books opened its doors in January of 2006, and even though nearly a decade of business is nothing to take lightly, it feels as though it’s been there longer. Between the writers group, open mic nights, Magic the Gathering events, Girl Scout meetings and yes, the books, the store seems to be a reflection of its patrons rather than just a place to shop.
Rain or shine the Canter for Cancer must go on, and go on it did, busting through 2014's $1 million goal. Walkers of all ages from all over the tri-county area came out to support the cause, helping Canter Chairman Dick Tilton and committee raise over $33,000 to reach the goal of $1 million for the 42nd annual walk Saturday, Oct. 18.
It's not even Halloween yet, and bats have already gotten into the mix — the sidewalk mix that is. Sidewalks on Church, Park and Main streets in Arcade that were due for construction this year have been delayed, while the NYSDOT investigates whether or not any Northern Long-Eared Bats will be affected by the work.
Village of Arcade
A public hearing on Tuesday, August 5 will tell whether or not Arcade residents are in favor of changing the traffic pattern at the Arcade Village Park.
Traffic and zoning issues dominated the June 16 meeting of the Arcade Town Board, with little resolution to either.
The regular season is over on the volleyball court and the Warsaw Tigers have prepared for the Class DDD playoffs. With wins over Avon and Letchworth in the final week, Warsaw earned a home game in the opening round of sectionals.