The Perry Board of Education Monday, Dec. 15 began with a special presentation to a longtime member of the Perry community.
More than 75 Wyoming County residents helped make history at Arlington National Cemetery Saturday, Dec. 13 for the annual Wreaths Across America event.
The alarm called out around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday morning, December 16, for a fully-engulfed barn fire at the Eugene Hare residence on West Yorkshire road in Yorkshire. Early on the scene with smoke filling the air, Photographer Dawn Jones witnessed a man entering the burning building (at right), despite warning cries from a women there. Unconfirmed reports say a kennel may have been housed in the structure. No initial reports were available, as an investigation was still underway at press time.
Rushford residents will now have 45 days to demolish a building or to renew their permit, according to a unanimous vote that amended the previous demolition codes. Prior to the vote, residents were given a year’s time. A public hearing was held on the matter prior to the regular town board meeting on Monday, December 8 before the vote.
With the holiday season in full swing, the Campaign for the Letchworth Nature Center offers a unique gift for friends and loved ones. Leave an enduring legacy in Letchworth State Park by purchasing a Brick Paver that will be incorporated into the Nature Center building during construction next spring.
A Letchworth Central School alum returned to her alma mater Thursday, Dec. 11 to encourage students to join the medical field and discuss various ins-and-outs of doing so.
After $1,550 came in for Relay for Life of Wyoming County during No-Shave November, CJ Country morning host Jimi Jamm stayed true to his word and had his chest waxed live on-air at the beginning of December.
Following an arrest for third-degree assault and second-degree criminal trespass in May of this year, former Wyoming County Assistant District Attorney Marshall Kelly accepted a plea deal from Genesee County Assistant District Attorney Robert Zickl Thursday, Dec 11 in Arcade Town Court.
Several meetings were scheduled at Monday night’s Town of Freedom board meeting.
Farmersville Town Clerk Sue Holmes will notify the Town Attorney to draw up an agreement concerning an Amish cemetery in the Town. If the agreement is accepted, it would absolve the Town of any responsibilities regarding the care of the cemetery.
At the Town of Centerville December meeting of the board, Highway Superintendent Kaleb Armison talked about the highway department's activities. Equipment maintenance, he said, as well as ditch work will continue. The purchasing of fuel, sand, and salt for the coming winter was also discussed.
Village of Arcade
A duo of Warsaw athletes improved their performances in an indoor track meet Friday, Dec. 12 at Brockport, and in turn, improved their chances of competing in the Class D Section V Championships.
Holland girl cagers win two