LYONS — The two candidates squaring off in a Republican primary for Wayne County judge agree that experience is a factor in the election.
LYONS — The Peppermint Museum in Lyons at 95 Water St., will begin offering tours in June by appointment only and by calling (315) 946-4596. The 2021 Landmark Society Award Winner museum will open with regular hours in July and August from 10-noon and 1-3 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
LYONS — Rhonda Underhill will join the Lyons Central School District starting on July 15, as the next assistant superintendent for instruction. Underhill will be transitioning to her new role from her current position as principal of Perkins Elementary School at Newark Central School. Underh…
LYONS — On Sunday bales of hay that had been stored inside a barn were still smoldering in the foundation of the structure on Route 14 between the former village and the hamlet of Alloway.
LYONS — Mike DeCola and his friends are fixtures at the Community Co-op at Newberry on William Street in downtown Lyons.
LYONS — A longtime can manufacturer is closing in September.
LYONS — The Wayne County sheriff’s office has identified the woman who was killed in a two-vehicle accident May 20 on Route 31, just west of the former village limits.
LYONS — For nearly five decades, folks from Lyons and beyond made tracks for the venerable hot dog stand The Caboose to get an American-style taste of summer.
LYONS — The Wayne County sheriff’s office is investigating a two-vehicle fatal accident that happened late Friday morning on Route 31.
LYONS — The Wayne County sheriff's office is investigating a two-vehicle fatal accident late Friday morning on Route 31.
LYONS — MaryAnn Loss said Capt. John P. Albaugh was like so many soldiers of his time: an ordinary citizen who took up arms against a powerful British force attempting to exert its will more than three decades after the United States declared its independence.
An early newspaper article that I found not long ago in our museum archives piqued my interest in writing this piece for publication. It gave me a completely different hi(story) of how Lyons was named.
LYONS — Ron DeCracker is quick to point out that when former President George H.W. Bush turned 90 in 2014, he parachuted out of a plane.
LYONS — Organizers of the Lyons Canal Clean Sweep said a record 92 volunteers pitched in to clean the canal banks and trails Saturday.
LYONS — Mural Mania will be dedicating two murals, the “Poorhouse Lock 56” and “Honoring those who worked on the Erie/Barge Canal” in Lyons, on Saturday, April 23, at 11 a.m., in celebration of the 17th annual Canal Clean Sweep hosted on Earth Day weekend.
The 2022 New York state canal navigation season is set to open May 22. In anticipation, volunteers across the state are setting out this weekend for the 17th annual Canal Clean Sweep.
National Public Health Week — April 4-10 — is a great time to remind the community of the roles and responsibilities of the local health department. Just as your healthcare provider focuses on your health, your local health department focuses on the health of your community.
LYONS — After exiting the town several years ago after a relatively short run, discount retailer giant Dollar General is returning — and just a short distance from its original store.
LYONS — The Wayne County sheriff’s office has scheduled the state’s safe boating course at several locations.
LYONS — Officials say the gift of the Lyons Community Center to the school district will benefit both entities.
LYONS — Robert Groom said he was attending a Wayne County Republican Committee meeting with candidates vying for the reconfigured 24th Congressional District seat last month and became troubled when a couple of them apparently didn’t know about Plan 2014.
LYONS — Katrina Henderson took over as Lyons Middle/High School principal Feb. 14.
LYONS — The photograph of the Poorhouse Lock (Lock 56) ruins by artist Cory Reynolds, an Iraq War Army veteran, was awarded second place by the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor.
LYONS — Lyons Free Soup & Sandwich has been offering free nutritious lunches in town since December 2020.
LYONS — The Lyons Heritage Society is currently running its membership drive and is looking for new members to join. If you are interested in local history and preservation, the society is for you.
LYONS — With Wayne County Judge John Nesbitt retiring at the end of the year, someone who has worked with him closely wants to succeed him.
GENEVA — Many expected that an often-divided City Council would be at loggerheads when it came to filling the vacant Ward 6 councilor seat formerly held by John Pruett. It’s what happened in 2019, when the position was left vacant following the death of longtime councilor John Greco.
CLYDE — When Bob Barnes was a boy, he tore down the streets of this Wayne County village on his bike, delivering what was then the Geneva Times.
LYONS — History will be made in the Wayne County sheriff’s office later this year.
LYONS — A Wayne County 911 dispatcher is being credited with helping save the life of a newborn earlier this week.
LYONS — Larry Hartwell didn’t have to look very far to find exactly the right lift chairs he and his wife needed.
LYONS — A local man who at one time faced a slew of charges will be spending several years in prison.
LYONS — The Lyons Main Street Program honored its Citizens of the Year for 2020 and 2021 during a dinner and ceremony held last month at Trombino’s Restaurant.
After record warmth in December and a relatively tame January thus far, it appears “real winter weather” has arrived.
CLYDE — The California man who at one time considered opening a meat-processing plant in the industrial park of this Wayne County village has instead committed the project to Tug Hill.
LYONS — This canal packet boat has gone to the dogs. And the cats. And, before the project is finished, possibly a ferret and a rabbit or two, depending on what pet owners decide.
LYONS — Sal Colatarci learned from the best, including how to deliver his classic, booming greeting whenever he answered the phone.
LYONS — The Wayne County sheriff’s office is reporting the following for November:
BUTLER — David Spickerman is a lot like the Wizard of Oz, the man behind the green curtain.
LYONS — The remaining residents at the beleaguered Canalside Mobile Home Park on Old Lyons Road must leave the site next month after the owners announced it is being shut down.
LYONS — The Canalside Mobile Home Park, where living conditions have drawn the concern of local and state officials over the past few years, is closing.
LYONS — Jeff Coons started working in the Lyons school district in 1991.
LYONS — Libarid “Libo” Alexanian began working in the Lyons school district in 2000.
LYONS — In his final column before he retires, Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts is discussing a timely and seasonal topic: holiday shopping safety tips.
NEWARK — The Wayne County sheriff’s office said a Lyons man is the victim of last week’s homicide in Newark.
While more than 22,000 households or businesses in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties lost power at the height of Saturday’s wind storm, power had been restored to all but two as of Monday afternoon.
NEWARK — The Wayne County sheriff's office said a Lyons man is the victim of last week's homicide in Newark.
LYONS — When preservationist Cynthia Howk entered the doors at the former H.G. Hotchkiss Prize Medal Essential Oil Co. on Water Street for the first time, she was impressed. Immediately.
LYONS — Wayne County sheriff’s investigators arrested a local man Tuesday in an alleged animal cruelty case.
LYONS — The public is invited to a Dec. 11 open house to celebrate the upcoming retirement of Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts.