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Sheriff: Clyde woman gave false statement about rape in Wayne Co.

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Clyde woman after she allegedly made a false written statement, and falsely reported a rape. Jessica R. Gallagher, age 27, of Clyde was arrested after reporting that she was picked up by an unknown male that she met on a dating app, blindfolded by that person, forced to an unknown... more

Clyde woman failed to disclose income; charged with welfare fraud

On July 9th at about 10:15 am investigators arrested a 30-year-old Clyde woman following a welfare fraud investigation. Ashley R. Calkins, 30, was charged with Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree, Welfare Fraud in the Fifth Degree, and Misuse of Food Stamps. It is alleged that Calkins failed to disclose household income while receiving monetary benefits... more

Clyde woman made false returns while employed at Petro truck stop

Deputies say a Clyde woman was arrested at the Petro Truck Stop on State Route 414 in Tyre on a number of charges following an investigation into false returns. Jessica Briggs, 35, of Clyde was an employee at the business when she made numerous false returns – taking the money made from them. She was charged with six counts of... more

Romulus man hurt after rear-ended on Route 414

Sheriff’s Deputies investigated a personal injury motor vehicle accident on Route 414 in the Town of Varick that occurred on Tuesday morning at about 7:20 am. Deputies report a pick-up truck operated by Steven L. Everts, age 59 of 5176 Route 89 in Romulus, was southbound and stopprd at the intersection of Route 414 and Ogden Road to make a... more

Clyde woman charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

On June 23rd at 7:59 pm, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a 53-year-old Clyde woman after a traffic stop on State Route 414. Terri M. Lauricella, of Clyde was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, driving with a BAC of 0.08 percent or more, un-inspected motor vehicle, and failure to use designated lane. Lauricella was processed at the Town... more

Deputies: Clyde couple assaulted family member

Deputies say two people were arrested after a reported domestic disturbance over the weekend. Authorities were called to a residence in Clyde on Saturday around 11:48 pm for a disturbance after a third-party called in a three-person fight. Luke R. Young, 33, and his girlfriend Cassandra T. Lord, 21, both of Clyde was arrested after getting into a physical altercation... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Clyde Village Mayor talks candidacy for NY Assembly (podcast)

Clyde Village Mayor Jerry Fremouw believes that the time is right for change in the 130th Assembly District. While he doesn’t have any hard feelings toward Assemblyman Bob Oaks, who has represented the district since the early-1990s – nor Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow who is also running for the seat – Fremouw thinks there is an opportunity for change.... more

Plea deal being reviewed for Clyde doctor accused of child pornography

A plea deal for the Clyde doctor accused of sharing child pornography and taking photos of his child patients is being reviewed by federal attorneys. Federal court paperwork filed regarding proceedings held on May 31 for David Blasczak was sealed from public view. However, a brief summary of the status conference with Judge Jonathan Feldman, U.S. Attorney Kyle Rossi, and... more

Clyde Mayor Jerry Fremouw officially announces his candidacy for 130th

It’s official now. Clyde Mayor Jerry Fremouw announced his candidacy to succeed Assemblyman Robert Oaks in the 130th District on Friday. “Family, friends, and supporters – this is a short message to inform you that I am at this time seeking the endorsement of the Wayne County Republican, Conservative, and Independant parties to be considered to run for the 130... more

Mayor of Clyde to seek support for 130th bid

After the unexpected announcement that Assemblyman Bob Oaks would not seek another term in the 130th District, Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow quickly announced his candidacy. Now, Clyde Mayor Jerry Fremouw announced his intent to become a candidate. In a post to Facebook, Mayor Fremouw described his interest in continuing the work of the district. “This is a short message... more

NEW WEEK, SAME PROBLEM: Community cleaning up mess left behind by Feher

For some residents and business owners, the abrupt closure of Feher Rubbish Removal hasn’t just been inconvenient – it’s been downright worrisome. “I just don’t know what we’re going to do. We’re not the only ones seeking out a new contract, and every carrier we’ve called is either ‘too busy’ to take on new customers with gone, or aren’t... more

Residents, leaders scramble as Feher Rubbish shuts down

Feher Rubbish is going out of business. At close of business on Friday the company, which has existed for more than 50 years will be no more. Cicero Town Supervisor Mark Venesky verified that information with ownership. “We have 10,200 households in the town of Cicero. This is a health crisis because if we don’t pick up garbage we have... more

Clyde woman failed to report residency, income properly; arrested on felony charge

On May 11th at about 9:45 a.m. investigators arrested a Clyde woman after failing to report residency and income properly. Kayla E. Reintjes, 26, of Clyde was charged with offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree. The charges is a Class E felony, according to deputies. It is alleged that Reintjes failed to report that she had... more

Area residents deal with overflowing garbage, as company fails to make weekly pickups

Residents in parts of the Finger Lakes are dealing with overflowing garbage. Totes line the streets in Tyre, Clyde, Lyons, Savannah and even Geneva — where they have sat for weeks at a time. They’re all customers of Feher Rubbish Removal. “There is lack of customer service and lack of garbage pickup. They tell us we have to put out... more

Hometown Meats & Deli named April Business of the Month

The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce and Hampton Inn Seneca Falls are pleased to announce that Hometown Meats & Deli of Clyde, NY has been selected as the Chamber’s Business of the Month for April 2018. Opened in 2011 by lifelong residents (and former grocers) Walt and Joanne Votra, the business is a full-service deli and meat market that caters... more

Finger Lakes Metal Fest returns in May

Announcing Finger Lakes Metal Fest 2018. On May 18th and 19th at Donselaar’s, 10257 Rt. 31, Clyde, New York, Finger Lakes Metal Fest will be celebrating it’s 13th annual event. Yesterday they announced details for this year’s free, all ages music event featuring all types of heavy metal bands from around the Finger Lakes region of New York and beyond.... more

Local Meals on Wheels program running into problems

“It is crunch time,” said Wayne County Aging and Youth, Director Penny Shockley. Home Delivered Meal (Meals on Wheels) Program Director Karen Breen and Board Director Sergei Barishevich came into the Human Services Committeee meeting on Monday (4/2) to discuss the financial crunch the local Home Delivered Meal Program is having. The number of senior citizens requesting or already taking... more
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