Saturday, April 22nd, 2017

Community

Six towns sign on for regional water storage project with WCWSA

Six towns sign on for regional water storage project with WCWSA

The Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority is teaming up with six towns in the county on a tentative plan to build a regional water storage tank on Brantling Hill in Arcadia. WCWSA executive director Marty Aman told the Times of Wayne County that the six towns currently involved with the project are Arcadia, Lyons, Sodus, Williamson, Huron and Marion. Its purpose is to bolster water storage and help facilitate future growth in Wayne County.…

Six towns sign on for regional water storage project with WCWSA

The Wayne County Water and Sewer Authority is teaming up with six towns in the county on a tentative plan ...

Wayne Arts presents Lake County Fiber Artists Exhibit

Wayne Arts will present an exhibit of over 60 pieces of Fiber Arts by members of The Rug Hooking Guild ...

Sodus natives revive old building, create pub menu at family-friendly Mill Street Tavern

Looks can be deceiving – and from the outside, customers of the new Mill Street Tavern in Sodus may be ...

Law & Order

Butler man arrested for sexually abusing 12 and 7 year-old girls

Butler man arrested for sexually abusing 12 and 7 year-old girls

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the arrest on Wednesday (4/19) of a Town of Butler man for two counts of Sex Abuse in the First Degree, two counts of Forcible Touching, and two counts of Endangering the Welfare of a Child. Paul A. Valentine, age 29, of 12608 Countryman Road in the Town of Butler was arrested after an investigation was initiated by Wayne County Child Protective Services. It is alleged that…

Butler man arrested for sexually abusing 12 and 7 year-old girls

The Wayne County Office of the Sheriff reported the arrest on Wednesday (4/19) of a Town of Butler man for ...

Five Car Accident in Newark sends five to the Hospital

Newark Police report the investigation of a five (5) car personal injury accident on Thursday (4/13) evening at around 8:00 ...

Sodus man charged with Criminal Mischief and Menacing during road rage incident

State Police out of Wolcott responded to the report of a road rage incident that started on Route 104 and ...

Sports

NR-W to once again host Special Olympics

NR-W to once again host Special Olympics

North Rose-Wolcott Central School District will, for the second year in a row, host the Wayne Finger Lakes Region Special Olympics Track and Field competition, a massive event which is expected to attract more than 600 students from throughout the region. This year’s Special Olympics will be held on May 12 at North Rose-Wolcott High School. All 25 component school districts within Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES are invited to send participants. The day will start with…

NR-W to once again host Special Olympics

North Rose-Wolcott Central School District will, for the second year in a row, host the Wayne Finger Lakes Region Special ...

Hall of Fame Coach John Mayotte Takes Reins of Newark Pilots

NEWARK, N.Y. – The Newark Pilots have announced a coaching change ahead of the 2017 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball (PGCBL) ...

Newark softball takes season opener

Newark varsity senior softball player Malia Banks led the Lady Reds to a 6-5 win over the Mynderse Academy Blue ...

State & Nation

NY makes tuition free, but students must stay after college

NY makes tuition free, but students must stay after college

By ANNA GRONEWOLD and DAVID KLEPPER Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) There’s a big string attached to New York’s free middle-class college tuition initiative: Students must stay in the state after graduation or else pay back the benefit. Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday that the requirement was added to protect the state’s investment in a student’s education by ensuring they don’t take advantage of free tuition and then leave New York. The rule wasn’t…

NY makes tuition free, but students must stay after college

By ANNA GRONEWOLD and DAVID KLEPPER Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) There’s a big string attached to New York’s free ...

If you build it, they’ll stay; Boomers remodel their homes

By JOYCE M. ROSENBERG AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) If you build it, they will stay. The small businesses ...

Public defenders push strict laws for interrogation footage

By ANNA GRONEWOLD Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) Adrian Thomas falsely confessed to harming his infant son when Troy police ...

Health

Ask A Doc: Reducing Risks for Premature Birth

Ask A Doc: Reducing Risks for Premature Birth

by Tara Gellasch, MD Dear Doc: My husband and I are thinking of having another baby. This should be a moment of joy, but I am actually pretty scared. We have an incredible seven-year-old son who was born six weeks premature. We were extremely fortunate that while he was small and premature, he was overall healthy. He spent several weeks in a special care nursery before being strong enough to come home. He has had…

Ask A Doc: Reducing Risks for Premature Birth

by Tara Gellasch, MD Dear Doc: My husband and I are thinking of having another baby. This should be a ...

Ask A Doc: Putting Spring Back Into Your Step

by Paul Stasko, DPM Dear Doctor: I have been having pain and swelling in the “front” of the foot. I ...

Ask a Doc: April is Autism Awareness Month

by Arun Nagpaul, MD Dear Doc: One of my cousin’s was recently diagnosed with being on the autism spectrum. What ...