With a steady stream of voters on Tuesday in Lyons, and a few voting machine snafus, voters, in the end, chose to continue with the Dissolution Plan for the Village. The votes was 474 Yes, and 309 No.
Nearly 800 Village voters appeared at the...Breaking/Featured
State Police knew what the two women were doing on a regular basis. A trip to the nearby Indian reservation to purchase cartons of cigarettes would net the pair a hefty profit. Buy the cartons at...Breaking/Featured
A disgruntled former employee of the Garlock Plant in Palmyra halted operations at the facility on Saturday (3/1) night. The man, later identified as Donald J. Mosher, called in to the on-site...Breaking/Featured
Three men were charged with Burglary after the fourth time in four weeks, that the Ontario Video and News, 1380 Route 104 in the Town of Ontario, was robbed.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office...Breaking/Featured
With frigid temperatures, heating bills are skyrocketing. The price of natural is rising dramatically as demand increases for heating homes and businesses, and generating electricity.
Scott Niles, of Troop 125, Williamson was selected to represent the BSA and Seneca Waterways Council during a High-Profile Trip to Washington, D.C. Scott was one of nine youth delegates selected from...Breaking/Featured
You may have passed the sign many times in your travels down Ridge Road in North Rose and noticed the sign reading “Gardner Train Doctor”. You may have smiled and wondered at the unobstrusive...Breaking/Featured
On Sunday (2/16) at about 4:30 p.m. Jeffrey Moore, age 20, of Lyons was operating his snowmobile southbound near the Tellier Road railroad crossing in Palmyra. He told police he looked back then...Breaking/Featured
Students at Newark High School are receiving a sobering message about the ultimate consequences of driving while intoxicated. On display in the foyer of Newark High School is the exhibit: “One...Breaking/Featured