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North Rose man charged with grand larceny after striking wife, stealing phone

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a North Rose man following an argument with his wife, which became physical, according to deputies. Isoph M. Lormil, 24, of North Rose was arrested for fourth-degree grand larceny and second-degree harassment — as well as a parole violation after deputies say he got into an argument with his wife. Deputies... more

Lyons man leads deputies on brief chase; arrested on multiple charges

A Lyons man is facing multiple charges after he attempted to flee police following a routine traffic stop. Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts reports the arrest of Terry Phillips, 49, of Lyons for third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, and third-degree unlawful fleeing a police officer in a motor vehicle. Phillips was... more

Lyons woman assaults police officer during arrest after domestic dispute

A Lyons woman was arrested after a domestic dispute, according to deputies in Wayne County. Deputies arrested Kimberly L. Goebert, 36, of Lyons following a domestic dispute. Goebert started to yell and swear in public while damaging property. After Goebert was taken into custody — deputies say she tried to break out the rear window of the patrol car. She... more

Newark Village takes next step in Main Street reconstruction

Newark Village officials took the next step to prepare for the reconstruction of South Main Street. At the board’s last meeting, they approved an engineering contract with Lu Engineers for waterline replacement. Bob Hutteman from Lu Engineers was on hand to talk about the proposed waterline replacement. Given that the waterlines are currently located under the pavement, Hutteman told the board... more

W-FL Thursday: South Seneca girls roll over rival Romo; ER sweeps season series against Lyons

The South Seneca Lady Falcons used a dominant performance on the road to run away from Romulus on Thursday in a game that was streamed live on FL1 Sports. The final score of 66-37 was in stark contrast to the FL West rivals first meeting earlier this season which the Lady Falcons won by just 2 points. Watch the game... more

Lyons artist to exhibit at Museum of Wayne County History

The Museum of Wayne County, 21 Butternut St., Lyons, recently announced that its first exhibit of 2017 will be “Ann Collins Westerns” starting Feb. 9. Collins, of Lyons, made her fame on the racetracks of America painting the leading racehorses from the 1940s through the 1980s. Few knew that she painted one western painting a year throughout her career as... more

W-FL Wednesday: Marcus Whitman extends West lead; LaBobmbard triple-double not enough for Red Jacket win

Four Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Wednesday night along with a full Wayne County and Finger Lakes East girls slate. The biggest match-up heading into the night pitted West leading Marcus Whitman Wildcats against second place Dundee. The game was never close as Whitman rolled to their 10th straight win to take a commanding... more

Newark fire that displaced three remains under investigation

A fire at a two-family home left three people out in the cold Tuesday morning. The Newark Volunteer Fire Department was called out by the Wayne County 911 Center around 10 a.m. for a multi-family structure fire at 123 Willow Avenue on the north side of the village. First Assistant Chief Rusty Havert was among the first firefighters on scene, noting that... more

Wayne County supervisors appoint new economic development, planning director

The Wayne County Board of Supervisors approved the appointment of Brian Pincelli to fill the position of economic development and planning director. The position was vacated this past summer after former director Robert McNary retired, said Chuck Dye, director of human services. Supervisors established a selection committee and recommended Pincelli for the position after a rigorous search. “This has been... more

Mother, daughter team charged with selling heroin out of in-home daycare

A mother and daughter were Jan. 13 after investigators allegedly purchased drugs from them at the home daycare they were operating in the town of Arcadia. After a two-month long investigation  into the sales of heroin from a town of Arcadia home, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit, in conjunction with members of the Wayne Narcotics Enforcement Team, arrested Erin... more

W-FL Friday: Waterloo holds Midlakes ‘Ransom’ at the buzzer; Red Creek’s Klein scores 1,000th point

The Waterloo Indians went to Midlakes on Friday night still seeking their first Finger Lakes East league win after five attempts. With the Indians down two with just over 2 seconds left in the game, Waterloo would inbound from the sideline and Ransom Benedicks would receive the pass… With Benedicks shot, Waterloo captured their first win since their opening game... more

Lyons seeks to preserve town’s architecture

Many upstate cities and villages laid their downtowns to waste during the federal Urban Renewal era of the 1960s and 1970s. So many outstanding pieces of architecture were lost that it became known, sarcastically, as “urban removal.” Lyons managed to avoid the wrecking ball. Many of the former village’s downtown buildings — most built during the Erie Canal’s 1800s heyday... more

W-FL Wednesday: Sodus shocks Clyde-Savannah, Whitman takes it to Naples

With most of Tuesday’s scheduled contests rescheduled to Wednesday night, it was a busy night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues for boys and girls. The theme of the night was upsets with Clyde-Savannah dropping a 10 point decision at Sodus, Gananda defeating rival ER, and the HAC girls topping Romulus. Full results for the boys and the girls in action... more

Deputies: Macedon man charged following assault on corrections officer

According to the Wayne County Sheriff's, a Macedon man has been arrested following an assault on a Wayne County Corrections Officer. Deputies say 17-year-old Jakob Hermann was upset about the loss of television privileges and a cell search while he was an inmate at the Wayne County Jail. During the search, Hermann allegedly shoved an officer into the wall. The... more

W-FL Saturday: Newark, Lyons pick up weekend wins; Canandaigua tops Pal-Mac

After losing their first three games of the season, the Newark Reds have won seven straight and are on track for a big Finger Lakes East showdown with Mynderse on Thursday night. The Lyons Lions are also hot since their last loss to Clyde-Savannah before Christmas. The Lions beat Sodus on Saturday night for their 8th win of the season.... more

Newark PD make robbery, grand larceny arrest; still seeking third suspect

A robbery investigation in Newark has yielded two arrests following an incident that took place on December 17th. Police say a victim was lured to a location on Park Avenue in Newark by Jacquelyn Sullivan, 20, of Lyons. After the victim arrived at the location, Sullivan shut off his vehicle and two men opened the doors. They asked for his... more

W-FL Thursday: Golden Eagles stay undefeated in Wayne County, Lyons & ER keep pace

Clyde-Savannah maintained their 1.5 game lead and stayed undefeated in Wayne County league play with a 40 point win at home over Red Creek on Thursday night in Clyde. East Rochester kept pace in second place by knocking off North Rose-Wolcott and Lyons remains 2 games back of C-S after winning at Gananda behind a second straight box-score-stuffing performance by... more
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