“I love taxes,” Deanne (Dee) Hamilton said enthusiastically, “I really thrive this time of the year.”
Twenty-one New York Air National Guard Airmen returned from deployment on Friday, Feb. 5, including Arcade native, Rebecca Hoyt. Following a seven-month deployment, Hoyt, a Staff Sergeant with Security Forces in the Air Force National Guard, returned Friday afternoon and was greeted by her family, including her two young children.
PERRY — A 38-year-old woman has been charged with the murder of village resident Desarae Withey, who was found dead in her Borden Avenue home Saturday, Feb. 6.
PERRY — An investigation is underway by the village police department and New York State Police after a 33-year-old woman was found dead the morning of Saturday, Feb. 6 in her Borden Avenue residence.
New volunteer leaders are at the helm of the Genesee Community College Foundation.
State Sen. Senator Patrick M. Gallivan is introducing legislation that would allow licensed breweries, cider producers and distilleries to provide tastings without having to pay sales tax, even if they charge for the tasting. The bill would provide the same sales tax exemption currently granted to wineries in New York State.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has launched the Municipal Restructuring Fund, a new $25 million program to assist local government and school officials with developing transformative projects that will lead to property tax reductions for New Yorkers.
Jobs, post-traumatic stress, suicide prevention and other veterans’ issues were on the minds of nearly 1,200 American Legion members as they gathered for the Department of New York’s 97th Annual Mid-Winter Conference from Jan. 22 to 24 at The Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany. Another 700 members of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Sons of the American Legion also addressed veteran and family issues as they held meetings at nearby hotels.
The Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Department hosted its annual Installation Banquet on Saturday, Feb. 6.
Fifth grade students from Mary Sue Asquith’s class and Michelle Kline’s class at the Pioneer Middle School recently took part in a space adventure without even leaving Mother Earth.
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.
As Valentine’s Day approaches this weekend, love is in the air. Love has been in the air for more than 50 years for Russ and Janet Miller of Curriers; who will celebrate 52 years together in July. In modern times, a marriage that lasts this long with current divorce rates as they are is an accomplishment that could seem near impossible.