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Palmyra man charged with felony DWI after two-car crash

Palmyra man charged with felony DWI after two-car crash
One person was ticketed for felony DWI after a two-car crash on Tellier Road in Palmyra on Friday. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Daniel Collins, 34, of Palmyra for felony driving while intoxicated and failure to yield the right of way. Deputies responded to the report of a two-car crash on Tellier Road near the intersection... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.
It was a jam-packed Friday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. On the boys side, the Wayne Eagles continued to roll. The Eagles picked up an 11-point home win over the Mynderse Blue Devils to extend their winning streak to four games, and improve their record to 10-1. Tyler Reynolds, Mason Blakenberg and Eli Schichtel combined... more

Students learn about history, science with aid of VR headsets at Pal-Mac

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One local school is using virtual reality technology to immerse students in a learning experience unlike a lot of others. “I’m more of a visual learner,” said Ivan Reynolds, a 10th grader who spoke to RochesterFirst. “Being able to see the cells, and see how they work, the details of them is very helpful.” Around a year ago the school... more

W-FL Monday: Mynderse boys and girls take down South Seneca

W-FL Monday: Mynderse boys and girls take down South Seneca
On Monday night, the Mynderse boys and girls took down South Seneca at Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls. First, the boys played and absolutely pounded the Falcons. Troy Kabat scored a game-high 20 points to help lead the Blue Devils to a 30-point win. With the loss, South Seneca falls to 2-7 and Mynderse improves to 4-6. For... more

Palmyra man accused of attempting to lure 14-year-old in Canandaigua

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A 27-year-old Palmyra resident was taken into custody on an attempted rape charge following an investigation into an incident on January 10th. Police in Canandaigua accused Robert Dickinson, of Palmyra of using social media to lure a 14-year-old into meeting for sex. The 14-year-old was actually an undercover detective, and Dickinson was taken into custody without incident. He was charged... more

W-FL Saturday: Bloomfield boys win third straight; Maddie Ryan leads Whitman to victory

W-FL Saturday: Bloomfield boys win third straight; Maddie Ryan leads Whitman to victory
There wasn’t much action across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Saturday. Just three games were played, two boys and one girls game. On the boys side, the Bloomfield Bombers won their third consecutive game after defeating the Romulus Warriors by 18 points. Simon Willie scored a game-high 25 points for the Bombers. The Warrior’s have now... more

W-FL Friday: Geneva boys take over second place in FL East after win at Newark; Pal-Mac girls hand Waterloo their first loss of season

W-FL Friday: Geneva boys take over second place in FL East after win at Newark; Pal-Mac girls hand Waterloo their first loss of season
It was a busy night across the Wayne Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Friday night. On the boys side, one of the eight games featured an important matchup in the Finger Lakes East between the Geneva Panthers and the Newark Reds. Both teams entered the game tied for second with just one league loss. The Panthers controlled... more

W-FL Thursday: Lyons defeats Clyde-Savannah at the Atwood; Red Jacket improves to 11-0

W-FL Thursday: Lyons defeats Clyde-Savannah at the Atwood; Red Jacket improves to 11-0
The Lyons Lions played the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles for the first time this year on Thursday night. Jaden McKinney (23) and Camden Chance (21) combined to score 44 points for the Golden Eagles, but that wasn’t enough as Lyons beat them by 14 points at the Atwood Gymnasium at Lyons HS. Benji Kemp scored 16 points to lead the way... more

W-FL Wednesday: Tayler Sharp scores 1,000th point in loss to Lyons; Victor boys improve to 9-0

W-FL Wednesday: Victor boys improve to 9-0; Tayler Sharp scores 1,000th point in loss to Lyons
On Wednesday night, the Victor Blue Devils improved to 9-0 with a three-point win over the Webster Thomas Titans. Connor Williams recorded a double-double to lead the way for the Blue Devils. On the girls side, the Lyons Lions defeated the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles by four points. Tayler Sharp, a Senior at Clyde, scored her 1,000th point with four minutes... more

W-FL Tuesday: Penn Yan takes down Mynderse in OT; Blankenberg and Reynolds lead Wayne to comeback win over Waterloo

W-FL Tuesday: Penn Yan takes down Mynderse in overtime; Blankenberg and Reynolds lead Wayne to comeback win over Waterloo
The Penn Yan Mustangs took on the Mynderse Blue Devils on Tuesday night. This game went into overtime tied at 63. The Mustangs held the Blue Devils to just one point in overtime and picked up a 10-point home win. Brennan Prather scored 21 points to lead Penn Yan to their second consecutive victory. Also, the Wayne Eagles snapped the... more

W-FL Monday: Romulus boys win fourth straight; Lyons girls take down Marcus Whitman

W-FL Monday: Romulus boys win fourth straight; Lyons girls take down Marcus Whitman
It was a rather quiet Monday across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Monday night. There were just three boys games and five girls games. The Hammondsport Lakers took on the Romulus Warriors and the Warriors came out on top with a 10-point win. Hammondsport rallied back in the second half and came within two points but... more

Palmyra’s Ken Miller chosen to lead Wayne County Board of Supervisors

Palmyra’s Ken Miller chosen to lead Wayne County Board of Supervisors
The Wayne County Board of Supervisors has officially reorganized for 2020. Palmyra Town Supervisor Ken Miller, a Republican, was named chair for the upcoming year. He succeeds Supervisor Steve LeRoy, who retired from his role at the end of 2019. “I would like to thank the Board of Supervisors for their support and trust,” Miller said according to the Finger... more

W-FL Saturday: Pal-Mac girls improve to 7-2; Midlakes girls fall short to Nardin

W-FL Saturday: Pal-Mac girls improve to 7-2; Midlakes girls fall short to Nardin
It was a quiet Saturday across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. There were three girls games and just one boys game. The Pal-Mac Red Raiders took down the Aquinas Little Irish to improve their overall record to 7-2. Andra Savage scored a game-high 32 points to help lead the Red Raiders. Also, the Midlakes Screaming Eagles fell... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Wilkins drains three-pointer at buzzer to lift Penfield over Wayne; Lyons suffers first loss of season against Northstar-Christian

W-FL FRIDAY: Wilkins drains three-pointer at buzzer to lift Penfield over Wayne; Lyons suffers first loss of season against Northstar-Christian
There was a full slate of Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball games on Friday night. The most interesting and surprising game of the night featured the Penfield Patriots and the Wayne Eagles. With 1 minute and 19 seconds left in the game, the Patriot’s trailed by 15 points. However, they fought their way back to cut Wayne’s lead to just... more

Calling hours set for Conrad, Mary Button after Ellsworth Rd. fire

Calling hours set for Conrad, Mary Button after Ellsworth Rd. fire
Friends and family will remember the boy and his grandmother who were killed in a fire that devastated the Palmyra-Farmington communities last week. Calling hours for Conrad Button, 12, and Mary Button, 84, will take place Friday at Cross Creek Church in Palmyra from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m., according to News10NBC. Sheriff Henderson reported after the fire that the... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys take over 1st in FL East with win over Newark; Goodness sinks Midlakes at buzzer to lift Pal-Mac in OT

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys take over 1st in FL East with win over Newark; Paul Goodness sinks game winner at buzzer to lift Pal Mac over Midlakes in OT
It was a jam-packed Friday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. There were a total of 16 games on tap. The Wayne Eagles took over first place in the Finger-Lakes East after beating the Newark Reds by 17 points. Mason Blankenberg was just one rebound shy of recording a double-double. He finished with 12 points and... more
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