WARSAW — A village man is facing a set of charges for making multiple threatening and alarming phone calls to the Wyoming County 911 Center, deputies say.
PERRY — A town man was arrested for driving while intoxicated Thursday, Feb. 16 after allegedly driving to the police station to turn himself in on a warrant while having a blood alcohol content that was two times the legal limit.
Nestled in the Roycroft Pavilion in Hamlin Park, Aurora Players will open its 83rd season Friday, Feb. 24 with its premiere of Jon Robin Baitz’s Pulitzer Prize finalist “Other Desert Cities.”
New York tax preparers and human resources professionals are being advised by Gov. Andrew Cuomo of new scams aimed at stealing confidential client and employee information.
The Attica Central School Drama Club will hold three performances of its upcoming production of “The Hobbit.” Shows are slated for 7 p.m. Friday, March 3 and Saturday, March 4, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 5 at the ACA Performing Arts Center.
A fire company installation banquet is a time to celebrate the accomplishments of the past year and to take time to give thanks for safety and provision. But the Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department Installation included something a little extra special this year. First Assistant Chief Brendan Clark invited the Marsfelder Family to attend the event and called them to the front during the ceremonies to share their story regarding an accident that occurred on March 24, 2016.
Arcade Police Chief Tony Biscaro submitted his annual report to the Village Board at the Feb. 7 meeting. This past year, his department has handled five percent more complaints, 18 percent more violation arrests and been called to unlock numerous more vehicles. While traffic accidents, traffic tickets, and misdemeanor arrests are down, Biscaro noted that felony arrests are up 106 percent.
After months of attempting to secure a Community Development Block Grant in the Town of Holland, the Town was left with nothing that qualified due to a lack of response from the community. An income survey had been sent out several times to residents living in the hamlet, however, the 51 percent response rate that was required to secure the grant was not met.
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.
With breweries, hops farms and craft beverage festivals popping up across Wyoming County and surrounding areas, Strykersville will jump into the mix with a new microbrewery opening March 4.