Confusion and frustration loomed over the Wednesday, Sept. 10 meeting of the Town Board of Warsaw with the proposed construction of a new artisan cheese plant on North Main Street.
By the end of next week, the Warsaw location of Dunkin Donuts is expected to begin construction.
A Warsaw couple has been charged with animal cruelty and neglect after Wyoming County Animal Control found more than 100 cats at a 3419 Smallwood Rd. residence.
The Wyoming County Board of Supervisors marked Tuesday, Sept. 9 as the last day for retiring Director of Veteran’s Services Gary Cousins. Cousins served in the position for nine years and was recognized with a plaque. Cousins began the tradition of bringing in a veteran every week to lead the Pledge of Allegiance at the start of every board meeting.
The historic Portageville Bridge is the subject of an award-winning short film by filmmaker R. Scott Douglas.
Original acoustic pop artist Rob Falgiano will help commemorate Chester A. Arthur Day at the Sept. 20 Summer Saturdays Arts Series. The free series takes place at the Perry Festival Plaza on Main Street in downtown Perry from 10 a.m. through noon each Saturday at the Perry Farmers’ Market.
Genesee Community College is welcoming nominations for a new SUNY recognition, the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching. Faculty, staff and students may submit nominations for the award. The nominations should be sent to selection committee chairperson Derek Maxfield, assistant professor of history at GCC at email@example.com. All nominations must be submitted by Sept. 24.
The Town of Orangeville’s board meeting Thursday, Sept. 11 began with a moment of silence not only for Sept. 11 victims, but for the late Orangeville Tax Collector, Mary Royce. Royce passed away Aug. 27. The board decided her duties would be absorbed by the Town Clerk Rosann Lowder, who had been filling in as deputy tax collector during Royce’s illness.
Gray skies and a chilly fall breeze could not darken the annual Sunset Festival held in North Java at the home of Daryl Rogers and Eileen Miller on Thursday, September 11. The annual event sponsored by the Wyoming Community Hospital Foundation (WCHF) featured a Proclamation given by NYS Senator Patrick Gallivan and a flyover he helped secure by “Whiskey 7,” a C-47 WWII vintage warplane that is currently housed at the National Warplane Museum in Geneseo.
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The topic of shared services was discussed at the August 18 Town of Yorkshire meeting, as well as the $2,000 increase in the contract for fire protection with the Delevan Fire Department. The raise had been previously discussed at the Village of Delevan meeting, along with the fact that the Yorkshire contract costs will remain the same as last year.
The quest for a property maintenance law in the Village of Arcade continues, as unkempt lawns, junk/garbage piles, and abandoned homes continue to be a cause for concern in many neighborhoods. At the present time there is no regulation on the books regarding property upkeep, and therefore no way for authorities to police the situation. Trustee Andy Koerner has taken on the task.
Following a 2-1 thriller over Pavilion for its first win of the season, the Warsaw Tigers boys’ soccer team lost a heartbreaker at Wayland-Cohocton on Wednesday, Sept. 10. However, refusing to let up on their efforts, the Tigers rebounded to score a season-high five tallies in a shutout win over Canisteo-Greenwood on Friday, Sept. 12.
Longtime Arcade residents Howard and Jackie (Laird) Payne were able to wrangle all eight of their children together from across WNY and the country, for a family reunion, a feat that has not been accomplished in eight years since the joining of the families in 2006.