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Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy honored for ‘bravery and courage’
October 18, 2017, 8:05 pm | Source
LYONS — Tom Munzert has been a Wayne County sheriff’s deputy for a little over a year, but he’s already got an impressive medal.
Bender hears arguments in Cayuga Nation case, decision expected soon
SENECA FALLS — A written decision is expected today from Acting Seneca County State Supreme Court Judge Dennis Bender on whether to continue a hold of his Sept. 18 order transferring Cayuga Indian Nation property from one rival faction to…
Three Seneca County political parties elect officers
WATERLOO — Former Sheriff and current Varick Town Board member Thomas Fox is the new chairman of the Seneca County Republican Committee.
Wayne sheriff announces Halloween DWI crackdown
LYONS — Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts said all law enforcement agencies in the county will take part in a STOP-DWI crackdown during the Halloween period.
Lyons candidates taking part in meet-and-greet
LYONS — The Lyons Main Street Program is co-sponsoring a political candidate meet-and-greet event from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19, at Mi Café, 32 Canal St.
Thompson starting 'Mom-to-Mom' support group
CANANDAIGUA — Thompson Hospital is starting a support group to help mothers with a mood and/or anxiety disorder that occurs during pregnancy or after the birth of their baby.
Town committee to meet
GENEVA — The town of Geneva’s Sustainability Committee will meet at 7 p.m. Nov. 9 at the town hall, 3750 County Road 6.
Race for Space winner Wicked Water departing Geneva
GENEVA — The city’s 2016 Race for Space winner, Wicked Water, is closing its winery business at 78 Castle St. after a year in operation.
Geneva Farmers Market ends this Thursday
GENEVA — Thursday is the final day of the 2017 season for the Geneva Farmers Market, and the city is encouraging residents to come out one last time to support its vendors.
Ontario County agency leader retires
October 18, 2017, 6:00 pm | Source
CANANDAIGUA — The person largely credited with the tremendous growth of an area agency has retired.
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