Wednesday, May 24th, 2017

Community

As Water woes mount, Sodus Point urges County to take action against IJC

As Water woes mount, Sodus Point urges County to take action against IJC

Faced with an ongoing flood emergency, the Village of Sodus Point passed a resolution this week urging Wayne County to take legal action against the United States of America and the International Joint Commission for Plan 2014. In the resolution, the Sodus Point village board noted that Plan 2014 has “substantially contributed to the damage being caused along the lakeshore.” “The Village Board of the Village of Sodus Point hereby request that the County of…

As Water woes mount, Sodus Point urges County to take action against IJC

Faced with an ongoing flood emergency, the Village of Sodus Point passed a resolution this week urging Wayne County to ...

Newark Musical wins awards/recognition

The Newark High School Spring Musical Production of “The Addams Family” received recognition at the Rochester Broadway Theater League’s Stars ...

‘Anything Goes’ art exhibit seeking entries from public

Wayne County Council for the Arts is excited about offering a new exhibit for their 40th anniversary that is open ...

Law & Order

Sodus man/Level II Sex Offender arrested for Forcibly touching 11 year-old girl

Sodus man/Level II Sex Offender arrested for Forcibly touching 11 year-old girl

State Police Investigators out of Waterloo reported the arrest on Thursday (5/11) of Carlos L. Cintron Jr., age 24, of 22 Carlton Street in Sodus for Forcible Touching and Endangering the Welfare of a child. It is alleged that Cintron, already a Level II Sex Offender, reportedly inappropriately touched an eleven-year-old girl while visiting a residence in the Town of Montezuma on January 16 of this year. Cintron was arraigned and remanded to the Cayuga…

Sodus man/Level II Sex Offender arrested for Forcibly touching 11 year-old girl

State Police Investigators out of Waterloo reported the arrest on Thursday (5/11) of Carlos L. Cintron Jr., age 24, of ...

Macedon woman crashes car, leading to DWI arrest with over 4x legal limit

Macedon police responded to a vehicle off the road and into a ditch on Quaker Road in the Town of ...

Inmate charged with Assault 2nd after biting Corrections Officer

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the arrest on Tuesday (5/2) of Andreak L. King, age 29, of ...

Sports

Mike Leaty wins opener at Spencer

Mike Leaty wins opener at Spencer

MIKE LEATY WINS OPENER AT SPENCER by Gary Spaid WILLIAMSON, NY…The 63rd annual season kicked off last Friday at Spencer Speedway with local favorite Mike Leaty picking up the Sunoco Modified 35-lap feature win. Also finding victory lane on opening night were Maddy Virts in the Grandpa Dog 4-Cylinder Scorpions and Tim Faro in the Super Sixes. “It felt good to win that one,” stated Leaty. “We had to beat Kevin (Timmerman). This first week…

Mike Leaty wins opener at Spencer

MIKE LEATY WINS OPENER AT SPENCER by Gary Spaid WILLIAMSON, NY…The 63rd annual season kicked off last Friday at Spencer ...

Special Olympics Brings Special Day at NR-W

Ribbons, determination, smiles, hugs and hot dogs were all part of the day May 12 when North Rose-Wolcott Central School ...

Newark Varsity coach snags his 200th career win

The Newark Reds Varsity boys baseball team captured the Finger lakes East title earlier in the week with a 7-1 ...

State & Nation

Business, leisure travelers ponder flying without laptops

Business, leisure travelers ponder flying without laptops

By DAVID KOENIG and JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writers NEW YORK (AP) International air travelers might soon rediscover magazines, paperbacks and playing cards. Airline passengers have become hooked on their laptops and tablets to get work done or just kill time during long flights. But U.S. aviation-security officials appear determined to ban large electronic devices in the cabin of flights from Europe. Business travelers are worried about lost productivity, laptops in checked baggage being…

Business, leisure travelers ponder flying without laptops

By DAVID KOENIG and JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writers NEW YORK (AP) International air travelers might soon rediscover magazines, ...

What’s holding back self-driving cars? Human drivers

By Tom Krisher Associated Press DETROIT (AP) In just a few years, well-mannered self-driving robotaxis will share the roads with ...

Small Business Lending: Is glass half-full or half-empty?

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) Trying to size up the state of small business lending ...

Health

Ask A Doc: The importance of proper shoes in summer

Ask A Doc: The importance of proper shoes in summer

by Peter Stasko, DPM The summer months present a very active time for most individuals as we exit out of a long New York winter. In doing so, it is important to remember that shoe gear will prove important for those who perform activities ranging from competitive running to those who walk for excersize or enjoy going to festivals. Proper shoes will decrease the potential for pain in certain areas of the foot and can…

Ask A Doc: The importance of proper shoes in summer

by Peter Stasko, DPM The summer months present a very active time for most individuals as we exit out of ...

Ask A Doc: Flip Flops

by Arun Nagpaul, M.D Doc, I love my flip flops! Over time, my big toe’s nail has become thick, discolored, ...

Ask A Doc: Spring and Summer Feet

Dear Doctor: How do I prepare my feet for the upcoming summer months as spring is approaching and I am ...