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Rough night for Finger Lakes teams in opening round of Section V Football Tournament

Rough night for Finger Lakes teams in opening round of Section V Football Tournament
The first round of the Section V high school football sectional tournament began Friday night. Each Class will compete for a berth into the NYSPHSAA tournament. Below is results from all the opening round match-ups on Friday night… A Canandaigua 24 Webster Schroeder 21 B Batavia 51 Newark 14 B Wayne 27 Hornell 8 B HF-Lima 25 University Prep 8... more

Inmate’s eardrum ruptured during violent incident at Wayne County Jail

Deputies say a 25-year-old inmate at the Wayne County Jail is facing new charges after a physical incident on October 10th. Zachary R. Bergen, 25, was charged with second-degree assault after a physical altercation, in which he struck another inmate violently enough to rupture his eardrum. He was arrested and arraigned in Lyons Town Court. He was committed back to... more

$3.6M in bonuses for five Tops execs is back on the table despite bankruptcy, local closures

$3.6M in bonuses for five Tops execs is back on the table despite bankruptcy, local closures
Executives at Tops are going to be getting ‘friendly’ bonuses, despite the grocery chain shedding unprofitable stores. Two of those stores are local, and closure will have an impact on the local economy. The news came over the summer – when it was announced that Geneva and Lyons locations would be shuttered by late-November. Weeks later, a WARN notice to... more

Overtime piling up in Wayne County as department scrambles to fill positions

Overtime piling up as Sheriff scrambles to fill positions
The problem is simple, the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office needs more officers. The answer is not so simple. Currently the Sheriff’s Road Patrol Unit has 40 slots and only 24 officers filling those slots. Officers are asked to sign up for overtime, but if not enough do sign up, it becomes mandatory. “It is not good for officers who have... more

Tractor-trailer crash jams traffic along Rt. 14 on Monday

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Deputies say they are investigating a tractor-trailer accident in the Town of Lyons on Monday. The crash happened around 1:16 pm when Joy M. Gorleau, 36, of Lyons was operating a tractor-trailer, heading northbound on Route 14 when she lost control of the vehicle. The truck rolled over onto its side, and slid off the roadway. She was transported to... more

Lyons man critically injured, airlifted from scene of accident on Clark Road

Lyons man critically injured, airlifted from scene of accident on Clark Road
Deputies say a 42-year-old Lyons man is listed in critical condition at Strong Memorial Hospital after a rollover accident on Clark Road in Arcadia on Monday. Around 2:25 pm deputies were called to Clark Road for the report of a vehicle that had crashed. Deputies say that Adam Vanbuskirk, 42, of Lyons failed to negotiate a curve on Clark Road,... more

Deputies: Newark man used stolen debit card to make purchases

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Deputies say a Newark man was arrested after using another person’s debit card to make multiple fraudulent purchases. On Wednesday at approximately 4:03 pm Marcos A. Cirino, 46, of Newark was arrested in Lyons. It is alleged that he made purchases using another person’s debit card without their permission. He was arraigned in Arcadia Town Court and held in lieu... more

Deputies: Clyde man ticketed after rollover accident, vehicle blaze

Deputies: Clyde man ticketed after rollover accident, vehicle blaze
Deputies say a 30-year-old Clyde resident was issued tickets after a personal injury accident on State Route 414 in Lodi. According to deputies, Timothy D. Caves, 30, of Clyde was traveling south on Route 414 when he fell asleep – and struck a bridge underpass – causing the vehicle to roll and slide several hundred feet on its roof. Shortly... more

Lyons man charged with DWI after traffic stop in town

Deputies say that a 55-year-old Lyons resident was arrested for driving while intoxicated after being observed having non-functional license plate lights. William M. Bona, of Lyons was traveling north on Leach Road when investigation determined that he was intoxicated, and possessed marijuana. He was found to have a BAC of 0.12 percent and was transported to the Sheriff’s Office for... more

One hospitalized after two-car crash in Wayne County

One hospitalized after two-car crash in Wayne County
Deputies say a two-car accident with injuries resulted in one person being sent to the hospital. The accident happened at the intersection of State Route 104 and State Route 21 on Tuesday around 5:38 pm in Williamson. According to deputies, Tammy L. Robinson, 57, of Lyons was northbound on Route 21 when she struck another vehicle from behind in the... more

Deputies: Sodus man threw chair at family member, injured them

Deputies: Sodus man threw chair at family member, injured them
Deputies in Wayne County arrested a 34-year-old Sodus man following an alleged domestic incident. Brandon C. Ikeler, 34, of Sodus was arrested and charged with criminal mischief and harassment after allegedly throwing a chair at a family member. That individual suffered minor injuries as result of the incident. Deputies say that the chair, and kitchen cabinets were damaged. Ikeler was... more

Lyons man charged in beating death now has murder charge

Lyons man charged in beating death now has murder charge
A Lyons man charged in July with beating another man to death in a parking lot now has a murder charge to contend with. A Wayne County grand jury has indicted Martin C. Smallwood, 32, of Lyons, with one count of second- degree murder connected to the death of 42-year-old Camila “Milo” Robledo on July 21. Finger Lakes Times: Read... more

Nearly 150 employees will lose jobs by November as Tops closes in Lyons, Geneva

Nearly 500 Tops employees to be laid off by November
Nearly 500 employees at Tops Friendly Markets will be laid off by November, according to a WARN notice posted to the New York Department of Labor website. Ten stores are slated for closure, of which two are located in the immediate Finger Lakes region. Those locations in Lyons and Geneva serve as primary grocery store options for those living in... more

Tops will shut down Geneva, Lyons locations leaving major vacancies

Tops Markets closing Geneva & Lyons stores by November
Hundreds of jobs will be lost. More importantly, though, the small community in Wayne County, which has relied on Tops supermarket to serve as a staple will be no more. Geneva and Lyons locations were the two primary locations in the Finger Lakes – excluding those in Syracuse and Rochester, which will be shut down by November. For shoppers in... more

Lyons-based canal tour draws wide range of tourists

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The Lyons dock on the Erie Canal was alive with activity Aug. 10 to 12, as the Lyons Rotary Club and the Lyons Erie Canalway Greeters sponsored four two-hour cruises and one six-hour cruise as part of Fun on the Erie, their local celebration and promotion of the Erie Canal. All cruises were aboard the 48-passenger Reel Tours cruise boat... more

HIGH SCHOOLS: Lyons sweeps Falcons in volleyball opener

HIGH SCHOOLS: Lyons sweeps Falcons in volleyball opener
A matchup of perennially strong girls volleyball programs went to the Wayne County league visitors Wednesday night. Lyons downed South Seneca 25-19, 25-17, 25-15 in a non-league matchup at Guinan Gym. Photo gallery: South Seneca-Lyons girls volleyball https://t.co/vt39FjPVxg — Finger Lakes Times (@FLTimes) August 30, 2018 FL Times: Read More Congratulations to our Volleyball teams on their victory against South... more
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