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Deputies: Sodus man charged with felony mischief after argument

Deputies: Sodus man charged with felony mischief after argument
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Sodus man on felony charges following an investigation. Joshua Turner, 37, was charged with third-degree criminal mischief – a Class E felony – after allegedly damaging a cell phone during an argument with another person. The incident unfolded at a residence on Mill Street, according to deputies. He was scheduled... more

SECTIONAL FRIDAY REPORT: FL East girls dominant on Friday night; Lyons, Red Jacket, Gananda & Whitman slide into Class C boys semis

SECTIONAL FRIDAY REPORT: FL East girls dominant on Friday night; Lyons, Red Jacket, Gananda & Whitman slide into Class C boys semis
There was a full slate of Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games on Friday night to kick off the quarterfinal rounds which continues Saturday. It was a successful night for the Finger Lakes East girls, in particular, as almost every East team advanced to the Class B1 and B2 semifinals. The only loss was Midlakes who... more

SECTIONAL WEDNESDAY REPORT: Lyons, Clyde, Red Creek girls advance; Pal-Mac boys top Midlakes

SECTIONAL WEDNESDAY REPORT: Lyons, Clyde, Red Creek girls advance; Pal-Mac boys top Midlakes
There was a full slate of Section V boys and girls postseason high school basketball games on Wednesday. Check out all of last night’s scores, updated brackets and the next slate of games below… BOYS SECTIONAL SCOREBOARD 2/26: 10 MONROE 60 7 NE DOUGLAS 91 A2 BOYS NED – Adonis Flagler 28, 15 reb 10 ROCHESTER PREP 57 7 WAYLAND-COHOCTON 66... more

Sodus Chamber to host meeting to talk flooding along Lake Ontario

Sodus Chamber to host meeting to talk flooding along Lake Ontario
The Sodus Chamber of Commerce has entered the discussion and debate around rising waters on Lake Ontario. For the last several years shoreline residents and businesses have been adversely impacted by water management on the lake. The Chamber plans to hold a meeting on Thursday, March 5th at the Alton Fire Department located at 5755 Route 14 to discuss the... more

W-FL Tuesday: Geneva takes top seed in Class B1 with comeback win in Waterloo

W-FL Tuesday: Geneva takes top seed in Class B1 with comeback win in Waterloo
The Geneva Panthers picked up an impressive four-point road win over the Waterloo Indians on Tuesday night. The Panthers trailed by 8 points going into the fourth quarter, but then they outscored the Indians 24-12 to complete the comeback. With the win, Geneva takes the No.1 seed in Class B1. You can watch a replay of this game below on... more

Troopers: Driver arrested after two pursuits in Ontario, Wayne counties

Troopers: Driver arrested after two pursuits in Ontario, Wayne counties
A Rochester man has been charged after a police chase in a stolen car, which ended with him colliding with an apartment building in the town of Sodus. It all started with a vehicle, which was stolen from the 7Eleven store in Farmington late-Saturday. The car's owner reportedly left the car unlocked and running while they went inside the convenience... more

W-FL Monday: Lyons girls clinch Wayne County title; Victor boys remain unbeaten

W-FL Monday: Lyons girls clinch Wayne County title; Victor boys remain unbeaten
On Monday night, the Lyons Lions clinched the Wayne County title after defeating the East Rochester Bombers by four points at the Atwood Gymnasium in Lyons. Caiden Crego scored a team-high 14 points to lead the Lions. They improved to 16-3 after the win. East Rochester fell to 11-8 after the loss. On the boys side, the Victor Blue Devils... more

W-FL Saturday: Victor boys improve to 18-0; South Seneca girls top Bloomfield

W-FL Saturday: Victor boys improve to 18-0; South Seneca girls top Bloomfield
The Victor Blue Devils improved to 18-0 after defeating the NE Douglas Panthers by 20 points on Saturday night. Matt Caggiano scored a game-high 23 points for the Blue Devils. On the girls side, the South Seneca Falcons picked up a two-point win over the Bloomfield Bombers. The Falcons improved to 6-12 and the Bombers fell to 5-15. Check out... more

Large structure fire prompts heavy response in Wayne County

Heavy response to Sodus structure fire on Defisher Road
Firefighters around Wayne County were called to a structure fire on Defisher Road a little before 9 a.m. Scanner traffic indicates that the fire was reported at 5736 Defisher Road in Sodus. First responders from Sodus, East Williamson, Wallington, Pultneyville, Fairville, Marion, and Sodus Center were all either called to the scene, or were covering other departments through mutual aid.... more

$4.5 million coming to Sodus Bay Harbor for repairs

$4.5 million coming to Sodus Bay Harbor for repairs
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Buffalo District has received $91,256,500 in the Fiscal Year 2020 Work Plan, to complete projects across the District’s area of responsibility. This is in addition to the $24,562,000 the District has already received in the Fiscal Year 2020 President’s Budget. “This is a critical time for investments in our nation’s infrastructure,” said Lt. Col... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne captures 3rd straight East title; Pal-Mac girls top Waterloo in Valentine’s thriller

W-FL Friday: Wayne captures 3rd straight East title; Pal-Mac girls top Waterloo in Valentine’s thriller
The Wayne Eagles captured their third consecutive Finger Lakes East title with a 20-point home win over the Penn Yan Mustangs on Friday night. Tyler Reynolds scored a game-high 30 points to lead the way for the Eagles. On the girls side, the Pal-Mac Red Raiders pulled out a three-point road win over the Waterloo Indians despite Macy Carr’s big... more

No injuries reported after plane crash in Wayne County

First responders called to reported plane crash in Wayne County
Authorities say there were no injuries after a plane crash in Wayne County on Wednesday. The report came in during the afternoon hours. A plane flipped as it was landing at the Sodus Airport. No one was hurt, and the pilot was able to get himself out before first responders arrived on-scene. Investigation into the incident is underway.   more

W-FL Thursday: Isabella Wilbur scores 2,000th point; Red Jacket girls win eighth straight; Clyde-Savannah girls defeat ER in double OT

W-FL Thursday: Isabella Wilbur scores 2,000th point; Red Jacket girls win eighth straight; Clyde-Savannah girls defeat ER in double OT
On Thursday night, the Lyons Lions picked up a 13-point road win over the Red Creek Rams. Isabella Wilbur, a Junior at Red Creek, scored her 2,00oth point. Wilbur also recorded a double-double, she had 21 points and 10 steals. The Lions improved to 15-3 with the win, the Rams fell to 14-6 with the loss. The Red Jacket Indians... more

W-FL Wednesday: Whitman boys roll past Hornell; Clyde-Savannah tops Gananda; Bloomfield clips Romulus

W-FL Wednesday: Whitman boys roll past Hornell; Clyde-Savannah tops Gananda; Bloomfield clips Romulus
On Wednesday night, the Marcus Whitman Wildcats rolled to a 20-point home win over the Hornell Red Raiders. Jordan Lahue knocked down 10 three pointers and finished with a game-high 30 points to lead the Wildcats. Marcus Whitman has now won five straight games after the win. The Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles extended their win streak to nine games after defeating... more

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls take Wayne Co. lead with win over C-S; Geneva boys fall to Odyssey; Wilbur’s triple-double lifts Red Creek

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls take Wayne County lead with win over C-S; Geneva boys fall to Odyssey; Wilbur’s triple-double lifts Red Creek over ER
The Lyons Lions girls took over first place in the Wayne County standings after beating the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles at the Atwood Gymnasium on Tuesday night. Caiden Crego scored a game-high 19 points to lead the way for Lyons. With the win, Lyons improved to 14-3 and Clyde-Savannah fell to 11-6 with the loss. On the boys side, the Geneva... more

W-FL Monday: Hubbard buzzer beater lifts Waterloo over Wayne

W-FL Monday: Hubbard buzzer beater lifts Waterloo over Wayne
There was a big upset in the boys Finger-Lakes East on Monday night. The Waterloo Indians handed the Wayne Eagles just their second loss of the season and first league loss. Mike Hubbard, a Senior at Waterloo, hit a last second game-winning three-pointer. With the win, the Indians snapped the Eagles eight-game win streak, and they have now won five... more
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