Gov. Andrew Cuomo has released his proposed fiscal year 2018 executive budget, touting it as a pathway for a brighter future for New York.
WARSAW — A Castile man is facing a family offense and other charges following an alleged domestic incident Monday, Jan. 16 on Toolhouse Road in the town.
It seems these days that social media applications like Facebook get a bad wrap. However, thanks to that very site, a call to action by the local community has been answered.
Every parent’s worst nightmare came true for Cathy and Jeff Snayczuk on Wednesday, Jan. 11, when their 13-year old daughter, Madison, passed out in the pool at Pioneer Central High School at the end of swim practice, sinking to the bottom.
A proposal has been announced to protect New Yorkers from the soaring prices of prescription drugs.
A resolution to provide some county government workers with more vacation time narrowly passed the Board of Supervisors at its Tuesday, Jan. 17 meeting.
Hardy's Tavern, located at 51 N. Main St. in Delevan, held an anniversary party last Friday, Jan. 13, commemorating Phil Jerge's ownership of the business for 40 years. The building previously housed a schoolhouse, a car dealership and a restaurant.
A brief regular meeting finalized business for the Town of Sardinia on Jan. 12. The organizational meeting that night took up most of the board’s time, with about 15 minutes left for monthly reports and comments.
Pioneer’s 2017 Color Run/Walk will take place on Saturday, June 3 in Arcade. Organizers want the second-year event to be bigger and better than ever, so school representatives Lauren Julicher and Melissa Devitt were at the Arcade Village Board meeting Tuesday, Jan. 3 to ask about using more than just the Village Park for the event.
On the day of the most recent Holland Board of Education meeting, Dec. 19, Superintendent Cathy Fabiatos received the first draft of the shared transportation agreement with East Aurora School District, which she described as “very skeletal framework.”
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.
“This is a tough time we are living in, and with the news showing all of the people who are doing unkind acts I want these children to know that good can start with them,” Jennifer Barber, a pre-k teacher at Early Bird Day Care Center in Arcade said.