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Deputies: Williamson man charged with DWI after traffic stop

Deputies: Williamson man charged with DWI after traffic stop
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Williamson man following a traffic stop after his vehicle was observed traveling all over the roadway. Deputies charged Thomas Pechler, 47, of Williamson with failure to keep right, driving while intoxicated, refusal to take a breath test, and uninspected motor vehicle. Pechler is accused of traveling east on Lake Road,... more

W-FL SATURDAY: Justin Smith leads Lyons to victory; Waterloo girls improve to 10-0

W-FL Saturday: Justin Smith leads Lyons to victory; Waterloo girls improve to 10-0
There was a full slate of Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball games on Saturday night. The Lyons-Lions played their first game of the holiday break against the Utica Academy of Science. It was a very tight back-and-forth game from the start. Junior, Justin Smith scored a game-high 39 points to lead Lyons to a one-point win. After the game, Smith was... more

Sun & Record/Wayne County Mail newspaper ends production

The Sun & Record/Wayne County Mail announced this week that it was ending publication, according to a message posted to Facebook by owner John Addyman. The 143-year-old newspaper put out one last edition last week. Addyman, a longtime journalist in the region, took over the publication from prior owners Dave Young and Wilma Young, according to the Finger Lakes Times. At... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Waterloo girls top Batavia to remain unbeaten; Geneva falls to Northstar

W-FL FRIDAY: Waterloo girls top Batavia to remain unbeaten;  Geneva falls to Northstar
There was a full slate of boys and girls high school basketball holiday tournament action involving Wayne-Finger Lakes teams on Friday night. Highlights include a 4 point win for the Waterloo girls over Batavia to improve to 9-0 heading into 2020. The Wayne Eagles rolled past Greece-Olympia and improved to 6-0 thanks to 31 points and 7 assists from junior... more

Wayne Supervisors transfer $1.5M to match $30M coming in for shoreline REDI projects

Supervisors transfer $1.5M to match $30M coming in for shoreline REDI projects
Officials in Wayne County have signed on to a program through New York State aimed at helping communities impacted by shoreline flooding. Earlier this month, the Board of Supervisors unanimously approved transferring $1.5 million from its fund balance into a new capital fund as part of a 5% match. The state is allocating more than $30 million to help prepare... more

W-FL Thursday: Geneva boys pull away late to defeat Marcus Whitman; Red Jacket boys start season 8-0 after win over Marion

W-FL Thursday: Geneva boys pull away late to defeat Marcus Whitman; Red Jacket boys start season 8-0 after win over Marion
On the day after Christmas, there were three Wayne-Finger Lakes boys basketball games. One of the games featured a matchup between the Marcus Whitman Wildcats and the Geneva Panthers. This was a tight game until the final few minutes of the game. With 3 minutes and 16 seconds left, Whitman trailed by eight. However, Geneva held them the rest of... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys take over 1st in FL East with win over Newark; Goodness sinks Midlakes at buzzer to lift Pal-Mac in OT

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys take over 1st in FL East with win over Newark; Paul Goodness sinks game winner at buzzer to lift Pal Mac over Midlakes in OT
It was a jam-packed Friday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. There were a total of 16 games on tap. The Wayne Eagles took over first place in the Finger-Lakes East after beating the Newark Reds by 17 points. Mason Blankenberg was just one rebound shy of recording a double-double. He finished with 12 points and... more

Williamson man indicted after found possessing 71 vials of narcotic drugs

Williamson man indicted after found possessing 71 vials of narcotic drugs
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a Williamson man on felony drug charges following a grand jury indictment. Kenneth Barber, 35, of Williamson was charged with third-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance, fourth-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance – both felonies – and five counts of seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance. Kenneth was... more

W-FL Thursday: East Rochester boys pull away late and beat Clyde-Savannah; Camden Derby leads Romulus past Naples

W-FL Thursday: East Rochester boys pull away late and beat Clyde-Savannah; Camden Derby leads Romulus past Naples
On Thursday night, the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles took on the East Rochester Bombers. This was a back and forth game from the start. The Bombers ended up pulling away late and iced the game with a pair of free throws. Chuck Domm scored 23 points for East Rochester. Camden Chance scored 38 points for Clyde-Savannah. Also, Camden Derby recorded a... more

W-FL Tuesday: Waterloo boys and girls take down crosstown rival Mynderse; Lyons boys hand Marcus Whitman their first loss of season

W-FL Tuesday: Waterloo boys and girls take down crosstown rival Mynderse; Lyons boys hand Marcus Whitman their first loss of season
On Tuesday night, there was a doubleheader at Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls between crosstown rivals. First, the Waterloo Lady Indians took on the Mynderse Lady Blue Devils. That game was followed by the Waterloo boys versus the Blue Devil boys. Both Waterloo teams ended up picking up the win. The girls won by 32 points and the boys won... more

W-FL Monday: Freshman leads Clyde girls to win over Red Creek; Midlakes girls roll past Gananda in second half

W-FL Monday: Freshman leads Clyde girls to win over Red Creek; Midlakes girls roll past Gananda in second half
On Monday night, there were six Wayne-Finger Lakes girls basketball games. The biggest game of the night was between the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles and the Red Creek Rams. Both teams came into the game without a loss. Jaida Larsen, a freshman at Clyde-Savannah, ended having her biggest night of her young basketball career. She scored 33 points to lead them... more

W-FL Saturday: East Rochester girls improve to 6-1 with win over Newark; Maddie Ryan leads Whitman

W-FL Saturday: East Rochester girls improve to 6-1 with win against Newark; Maddie Ryan leads Marcus Whitman over Chesterton
There were just three games total across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Saturday. Two girls games and one boys game. One of the two girls games featured the Newark Reds and the East Rochester Bombers. Zoe Zutes, a junior at East Rochester, scored 21 points to lead the Bombers to their fourth consecutive win and their... more

W-FL Friday: Young Wayne Eagles stun Geneva in OT; Midlakes girls outlast Penn Yan

W-FL Friday: Victor beats Fairport in overtime; Wilbur records double-double in Red Creeks win over Williamson
It was a very busy night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Friday. There were a total of 19 games, 12 boys games and 7 girls games. In Geneva, the Wayne eagles led by a pair of sophomore guards stunned the Panthers in overtime. One of the best games of the night featured the Victor Blue... more

W-FL Thursday: Dundee boys get three-point win over South Seneca; McDonald and Crego lead Lyons girls to victory

W-FL Thursday: Dundee boys get three-point win over South Seneca; McDonald and Crego lead Lyons girls to victory
It was a quiet night in the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys basketball league on Thursday night with just two games. One of them was between the Dundee Scotsman and the South Seneca Falcons. The Scotsman picked up their second straight win after defeating the Falcons by three points. The Falcons have dropped three straight after the loss. On the girls side,... more

W-FL Wednesday: Freshman leads scoring as Lyons takes down ER; Chance propels Clyde-Savannah over Marion

W-FL Wednesday: Freshman leads scoring as Lyons takes down ER; Chance propels Clyde-Savannah over Marion
On Wednesday night, the East Rochester Bombers took on the Lyons Lions in the Atwood Gymnasium. Lyons controlled the game after a slow start that found the Lions up just 3 points after the first quarter. They exploded for 25 second quarter points and took a 38-21 lead into the half and never looked back. The Bombers scored just 17... more

W-FL Tuesday: Red Jacket boys hammer Naples; Waterloo girls continue to roll

W-FL Tuesday: Red Jacket boys hammer Naples; Waterloo girls continue to roll
It was a jammed packed Tuesday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. On the boys side, the Red Jacket Indians absolutely dominated the Naples Big Green Machines. Red Jacket ended up with a 47-point road win to improve their season record to 4-0. Chase Rizzo recorded a double-double for the Indians. On the girls side, the... more

W-FL Monday: Camden Chance leads Clyde to a comeback win over C.G. Finney; East Rochester girls blowout Sodus

W-FL Monday: Camden Chance leads Clyde to a comeback win over C.G. Finney; East Rochester girls blowout Sodus
There wasn’t a ton of action across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Monday Night. However, there was a great game between the C.G. Finney Falcons and Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles. Camden Chance led the comeback for Clyde which included a thunderous dunk in the fourth quarter to put the Golden Eagles up for good. With that win, Clyde... more
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