Holiday DeLights attendees can check off their gift list while supporting local artisans Saturday, Dec. 3 at the Arts Council for Wyoming County.
A $14.6 million capital project will be up for public vote in the Attica school district Tuesday, Dec. 20.
Walking into the Charlotte House, located on Route 98 in quaint North Java, takes the visitor back in time, to when the beautiful yet simplistic building was a convent. Nuns walked reverently through the halls, passing stunning stained glass in almost every room. Upstairs, they would gather in the small yet ornate chapel, the painted dome ceiling above their heads, and pray. That atmosphere can still be felt when stepping over the threshold of the front door.
The Perry Board of Education made note of several policies up for review at its Monday, Nov. 28 meeting.
Although cheese has already hit stands from the East Hill Creamery, Wyoming County’s newest and only artisan cheese factory, the facility is still amidst construction.
The Wyoming County Sheriff’s Office is alerting residents of a fraudulent scam that has victimized many people within the county.
The New York State Police are ramping up enforcement efforts as part of a national crackdown on impaired driving through Labor Day weekend, one of the deadliest times of year for drunk- and drugged-driving fatalities. The “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign, which began statewide Aug. 18 and ends Sept. 5, will be carried out with assistance from local law enforcement and aims to reduce deaths and injuries caused by motorists driving drunk or impaired by drugs.
Now that Thanksgiving has passed, Christmas is coming in full swing with twinkling lights, jingling bells, and bright decorations that are sure to bring joy to many people during the holiday season. Bright golden stars, rich colors and a familiar manger scene are among the many things to be viewed in the window display located at the United Church of Christ (UCC) Congregational Church on Main St. in Arcade. Church members once again share their vision and holiday spirit with their window displays located in the accompanying church annex.
William E. Sprague of Yorkshire passed away peacefully, surrounded by his family on Monday, November 28, 2016 at Mercy Hospital inBuffalo at the age of 81.
A new tanker truck was recently purchased, according to the Eagle Fire Department at the recent Town of Eagle board meeting in November. The truck cost the department $326,945. No bond was needed because the fire department has been saving funds for some time to purchase the truck. Their savings covered the entire cost of the truck.
Cheryl King, town clerk in Machias, notified board members at the monthly meeting on Nov. 21, she would be retiring as of Dec. 31 of this year. A request was made to the town board to appoint Deputy Clerk Beth Rose to the position. A motion was also made, and carried, to transfer $1,000 from the contingency line to the deputy town clerk line to cover training costs.
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.