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Hearing set for woman charged in Sodus double murder

Hearing set for woman charged in Sodus double murder
A hearing is now set for the woman charged in connection to the murder of a Sodus couple. Charlene Childers appeared in Wayne County Court Thursday morning. Investigators say, Childers, along with her husband Timothy Dean, worked together on a plot to kill Childers' ex Joshua Niles last October. A third suspect, Bron Bohlar, pleaded guilty to conspiracy earlier this... more

Wayne airport improvement project ready to take off

Wayne airport improvement project ready to take off
Wayne County’s principle airport is set to roll on a $1.3 million improvement project. On Tuesday, the Williamson-Sodus Airport took care of the final step in the project — an endorsement by the Wayne County Board of Supervisors. The airport, owned by the Williamson Flying Club, received about $1.1 million in the state’s Aviation Capital Grant Program in 2017, sharing... more

Bed bugs discovered at Sodus Rehab and Nursing Center

Bed bugs discovered at Sodus Rehab and Nursing Center
A local nursing home at the center of a year-long News10NBC investigation now has a bed bug problem. Patients and employees tell News10NBC that Sodus Rehabilitation and Nursing Center is being fumigated this week. While it’s not totally uncommon for a long-term care facility to run into periodic issues with bed bugs, considering all the problems News10NBC has been reporting... more

W-FL THURSDAY: Newark hands Wayne first league loss on final night; Whitman makes clean sweep of West

W-FL: Newark hands Wayne first league loss on final night; Whitman makes clean sweep of West
On the final night of the regular season for Section V boys basketball teams, several Wayne-Finger Lakes squads were in action. Although all three W-FL league titles had been decided, there were several games of importance heading into postseason play next week. The biggest game had Wayne visiting Newark in a rematch of a close contest in Ontario that the... more

Despite new leadership Sodus Rehab and Nursing Center cited again by NYS

Sodus Rehab and Nursing Center cited again by NYS
A nursing home at the center of a News10NBC investigation continues to get cited by the state of New York. New inspection records show Sodus Rehabilitation and Nursing Center continues to rack up health and safety violations. The updated data shows that over the last four years, Sodus Rehab and Nursing Center has been cited 67 times for standard health... more

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Newark tops Geneva on senior night; Girls close out regular season

W-FL WEDNESDAY: Newark tops Geneva on senior night; Girls close out regular season
It was a busy night for Wayne-Finger Lakes teams after Tuesday’s snow day forced several games to be reschedule to Wednesday night. It was the final night of the regular season for Wayne-Finger Lakes girls teams as Sectional brackets are set. For the boys, it will be one more night of regular season play on Thursday night before the seedings... more

W-FL MONDAY: South Seneca, Gananda girls clinch league titles

W-FL MONDAY: South Seneca, Gananda girls clinch league titles
The South Seneca Lady Falcons won their 17th straight game on Monday night in Naples, defeating the Big Green 69-18. With the win South Seneca clinched the Finger Lakes West Championship. Meanwhile, the Gananda Lady Blue Panthers dropped a cross-over contest to local rival Wayne, 45-38, but still clinched the Wayne County Championship when Lyons defeated second-place Marion. Also on... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Newark spoils senior night in Waterloo; Midlakes girls clinch East title

W-FL FRIDAY: Newark spoils senior night in Waterloo; Midlakes girls clinch East title
After a Senior Night ceremony in Waterloo in which legendary Newark coach Ron Ceravolo was honored pregame, the Newark Reds came up with a big 66-58 road win against the Indians. Jayden Peters exploded out of the gate with 15 first quarter points and the Reds built a 16 point lead in the third quarter before Waterloo came storming back... more

One suspect in Sodus double-murder pleads guilty to conspiracy

One suspect in Sodus double-murder pleads guilty to conspiracy
The Texas police officer accused of being involved in a double-murder, which shook the community of Sodus last fall – has pleaded guilty to conspiracy. In court on Thursday, Bronchiole Bohlar pleaded guilty in connection with the killing of a Sodus couple. Joshua Niles and Amber Washburn were shot-and-killed in their driveway, which led to a manhunt for the killers.... more

W-FL THURSDAY: Gananda, Marion girls post wins in Wayne County; South Seneca 1 win away from West title

W-FL THURSDAY: Gananda, Marion girls post wins in Wayne County; South Seneca 1 win away from West title
The Gananda Lady Blue Panthers and the Marion Lady Black Knights are seperated by just one-half game at the top of the Wayne County girls basketball standings. Both teams posted victories on Thursday night, Gananda’s coming on Senior Night over Red Creek. In the West, the South Seneca Lady Falcons rolled past Honeoye for their 16th straight win. With the... more

W-FL WEDNESDAY: DeVaney scores 1,000th in Geneva win; Bloomfield tops Naples on Senior night

W-FL WEDNESDAY: DeVaney scored 1,000th in Geneva win; Bloomfield tops Naples on Senior night
Waterloo girls varsity head coach Michael Bree said Wednesday night’s Finger Lakes East match-up with visiting Geneva was a “great battle”. His Lady Indians trailed 28-27 at halftime but pulled even at 47-47 with just 1:30 left in the game. Then, Geneva freshman Aniya Rowe hit a three pointer to give Geneva the lead for good as the Panthers won... more

W-FL TUESDAY: Kyle Slywka buzzer beater stuns Geneva; Blankenberg sets Wayne’s all-time scoring mark

W-FL TUESDAY: Kyle Slywka buzzer beater stuns Geneva; Blankenberg sets Wayne’s all-time scoring mark
Waterloo trailed hosts Geneva by two with just 0.8 seconds to play in the 4th quarter of Tuesday night’s Finger Lakes East battle. Sophomore Kyle Slywka caught an inbounds pass right in front of his own bench and let a turn-around, fade-away shot from behind the arc go over a Geneva defender that found the bottom of the net to... more

W-FL MONDAY: Mynderse snaps Whitman win streak; Gananda’s Castrechini joins 1,000 point club

W-FL MONDAY: Mynderse snaps Whitman win streak; Gananda’s Castrechini joins 1,000 point club
The Marcus Whitman Wildcats brought their 12 game winning streak to Seneca Falls on Monday night and had that streak snapped as the Blue Devils rode a big second half from Darren Miller to a 64-44 win. Miller scored 18 of his game-high 24 points in the second half as Mynderse turned a 26-18 halftime lead into a 20-point victory... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Pal-Mac girls hand Midlakes first league loss in 2 year; Waterloo sweeps doubleheader at Mynderse

W-FL FRIDAY: Pal-Mac girls hand Midlakes first league loss in 2 year; Waterloo sweeps doubleheader at Mynderse
The Midlakes girls varsity basketball team has been a juggernaut in the Finger Lakes East over the past 2 seasons going undefeated in league play last year and carrying a 9-0 league mark into their home game against Pal-Mac on Friday night. The Lady Red Raiders put an end to the two-year league winning streak in convincing fashion with a... more

W-FL TUESDAY: Wayne dominant in win at Geneva, Whitman crushes another West foe & Lyons wins at ER as four ejected after fight

W-FL TUESDAY: Wayne dominant in win at Geneva, Whitman crushes another West foe & Lyons wins at ER as four ejected after fight
The Wayne Eagles virtually locked up the Finger Lakes East title, moving 2.5 games clear in the standings as we head into February, with an impressive 81-68 win at Geneva on Tuesday night. Wayne jumped out to a 27-8 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Nick Carmichael scored 12 of his 22 points in the opening period... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Midlakes girls roll to 13th straight; Wayne clobbers Waterloo to take control of FL East

W-FL FRIDAY: Midlakes girls roll to 13th straight; Wayne clobbers Waterloo to take control of FL East
The Waterloo Indians boys basketball team traveled to Ontario to face Finger Lakes East leading Wayne on Friday night. A win would have opened up the league race and pulled Waterloo within a half-game the Eagles. It would have also opened their door for Geneva to make a run at the top spot when they host Wayne on Tuesday night.... more

Trial date set for Timothy Dean; accused of gunning down Sodus couple in October

Timothy Dean appears in court, accused of gunning down Sodus couple last fall
On Thursday, Timothy Dean appeared in court. He is among the three charged in connection with the violent double-shooting, which left a young Sodus couple dead in October. Timothy Dean will be in front of a judge this morning for a motion hearing. The 32 year old is charged in connection to the killings of Josh Niles and Amber Washburn.... more
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