Plans are moving forward in the development of a senior housing complex within the Town of Warsaw.
With awareness and support for the arts and something of a high, the Wyoming County Chamber of Commerce is currently exploring the possibility of adding a complementary piece to the Rural Arts Initiative, in the form of the Wyoming County Barn Quilt Trail.
The State Senate has once again approved a bill (S.396) that would require New York State to notify a local municipality when a sex offender is transferred from a state facility to a community program or residence. The legislation was passed by the State Senate in 2015, but failed in the State Assembly.
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins has announced that this year’s Congressional Art Competition is underway. Collins local high school students in New York’s 27th district to participate.
State Sen. Patrick M. Gallivan (R-C-I, Elma) has announced the State Senate has passed two bills in support of New York’s military veterans. The legislation includes an initiative to make homeownership more affordable for service related disabled veterans and a bill to clarify existing law which provides for a local option to grant veterans a property tax exemption.
Heidi Walton of Warsaw, Laura Regatuso of Silver Springs and Kathy Luce of Varysburg at the 2016 winners of the Wyoming County Chamber & Tourism’s annual “Shop Wyoming and Win” buy local contest. The three winners were selected at the Tuesday, Feb. 9 Wyoming County Board of Supervisors meeting.
With its own budget already in place, the Wyoming County Board of Supervisors heard a state budget presentation from retired Army Col. Eric Hesse at its Tuesday, Feb. 9 meeting.
The Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department hosted its annual Installation Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 6.
JAVA — A Holland man was seriously injured in a Tuesday, June 23 motorcycle accident on Michigan Road in the town.
In February, men from the nation's First Special Service Force (FSSF) were honored in Washington DC with the nation's highest civilian honor, the Congressional Gold Medal. On Monday, June 8, Stanley Kociecki, 94, received his medal at a personal tribute attended by family, friends, and fellow veterans at The Pines Machias Campus where he resides.
The Warsaw wrestling team won its fourth consecutive Section V title Saturday, Feb. 6, winning the Class B crown with 273 points. The win was the first title in Class B after earning the previous three in BB. Warsaw had 14 competitors in the tournament, all of whom earned top-six finishes to contribute to the win.