State Police in Lyons reported attempting to stop a vehicle on Thursday (2/6) afternoon headed eastbound on Route 31 in Palmyra for Speeding. The vehicle increased its speed from 73 miles per hour to 88 before it was finally stopped.
The arrest occurred back in July of 2013. Wolcott Officer-in-Charge, Tom Ryan spotted a vehicle reported stolen out of the Town of Lafayette, NY. The driver identified herself as Shannon Shepard,...Breaking/Featured
The Village of Lyons will receive a facelift and welcome new business to William Street this year.
With the awarding of two grants, from the New York State Home & Community Renewal a new...Breaking/Featured
The Wayne County Narcotics Enforcement Team (WayneNET), along with the Village of Newark Police Department, announced the arrest on Wednesday (1/22) of Overton L. Johnson, age 18, of 516 Woodhill...Breaking/Featured
When the County adopted a long- term energy saving program, they knew the day would come. Thirty people working out of the old County Court House will be moved, lock, stock and barrel (desks, file...Breaking/Featured
Thinking of ripping off the Social Services system in Wayne County? Perhaps you’re contemplating trading the EBT (Electronic Benefits Card) you use for food, rent or other items in exchange for...Breaking/Featured
On Friday (1/10), at approximately 10:07 a.m., the State Police in Williamson investigated a tractor-trailer/car fatal accident on Lincoln Road and Atlantic Avenue in the Town of Walworth.
It was a brutal week that saw at least two major fires, below freezing temperatures, snow, and high winds -- resulting in downed power lines, numerous accidents, fallen trees, power outages, school...Breaking/Featured
“My job is to run the village, find ways to save money and continue to do business,” said newly elected Lyons Village Mayor Terry VanStean.
A group of village citizens calling themselves “Save...Breaking/Featured