Wyoming County Deputy Clerk Roxanne Ingles faces numerous charges for allegedly stealing more than $80,000 from the state Department of Motor Vehicles in Warsaw.
Village of Delevan
After much delay and discussion, with a three to two vote the Java Town Board carried a motion by Councilman Trace George to purchase the former Five Star Bank building in North Java at its Thursday, August 2 meeting. George, Councilman Henry Rose and Supervisor McCormick were the “yes” votes, with Councilmens Ron Bishoff and Russell Reisdorf voting “no.”
Prior to the Town of Java vote in regard to the purchase of the former Five Star Bank building, Supervisor Vanessa McCormick proposed a resolution for the Town to establish a Capital Reserve Fund for the purposes of maintaining, improving or rebuilding the town building(s). This wording was chosen for future possibilities of a new highway garage or records storage that may need to be built, and the fund can be used in case of need. The resolution stated that the Java Town Board would determine each year the amount to be increased as the budget allows.
The New York State Department of Transportation began work Monday, Aug. 18 to improve the condition of approximately eight miles along Route 98 in Wyoming County. The project limits are from Route 20A in Orangeville to Route 78 in Java, and Route 78 from Route 362 (Valley Road) in Wethersfield to Route 98 and a shorter section where Routes 78 and 98 overlap in Java.
Car buffs and “gearheads” viewed antique and classic cars and trucks, hot rods, customs, and motorcycles at the Wyoming Valley Antique Car Club’s 47th annual antique car and truck show Saturday, Aug. 10 the Warsaw Village Park.
EAGLE – A home has been destroyed following a fire Saturday, Aug. 16.
Webster's Dictionary defines a quilt as a bedcover made with two layers of fabric filled with down, cotton, wool and polyester – of course polyester came at a later date – stitched together on linen or a pattern to help keep the filling in place.
We have been asked why Route 39 is only being re-done as far as County Line Road.
Village of Arcade
This December, Holland Central residents will be asked to approve a capital project that could cost about $13 million. The focus is windows, roofs and masonry work to the outside of the two buildings.
Lorraine Woodruff of Holland died Wednesday, July 30, 2014. A devoted member of the Red Hat Society, she leaves behind her children, Bonnie Rychlik, Wayne E. Woodruff, and Bambi Williams; and a brother, Milton Keifhaber; along with grandchildren, nieces and nephews.
The Warsaw Bulldogs season came to an end in the opening round of the Metro Girls Softball League with a 12-10 loss to Medina in seven innings. This was the first year in which the Bulldogs competed at the U12 level, moving up from the U10 league a year ago.
The family of Phyllis Pierce of Arcade gathered together recently from the states of California, Florida, North Carolina and New York to celebrate Ms. Pierce’s upcoming 90th birthday in October. The reunion celebration took place at the home of her son, Larry Bacon, and he chose the occasion to unveil his latest creation entitled ‘Neighborhood Watch’.