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W-FL FRIDAY: Wayne Train departs from the station with a win & a hot night for Kunes in Vine Valley

W-FL FRIDAY: Wayne Train departs from the station with a win & a hot night for Kunes in Vine Valley
Friday night in Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball saw some big early season wins and some great individual performances. The biggest win of the night came from the Wayne Eagles who begin their quest for a Sectional title three-peat in Class A2 by earning a 3-point win over Pittsford-Sutherland. The Eagles were led by Nick Carmichael with 19 points and... more

Ex-physician who worked in Clyde says he’s changed; now awaits sentencing in child porn case

Ex-physician who worked in Clyde says he’s changed; now awaits sentencing in child porn case
David Blasczak, the former Wayne County physician who admitted to watching child pornography and fondling the young friends of his daughter, says he is a “changed person” who is purging the “demons” that were the seeds of his crimes. Blasczak, 70, is scheduled to be sentenced in U.S. District Court on Nov. 29. “Firstly, please believe that I am a... more

Clyde-Savannah National Honor Society inducts five new members

Clyde-Savannah National Honor Society inducts five new members
The Clyde-Savannah National Honor Society welcomed five new members at a ceremony on Tuesday, November 6th. The ceremony, held in the high school library, was led by returning NHS members and NHS adviser Gwen Bastedo. The five new inductees are: Jack Bastian, Kenadee Carr, Zoey Donk, Abigail Fitch, and Cydney Gromoske. Returning members are: Sydney VanVleck, Julia Secor, Emily Gosch,... more

WEBER THIS WEEK: Joell Murney-Karsten on del Lago’s Community Outreach Program (podcast)

WEBER THIS WEEK: Joell Murney-Karsten on del Lago’s Community Outreach Program (podcast)
Joell Murney-Karsten is del Lago Resort & Casino’s Community Outreach Coordinator and is in-studio for this week’s edition of Weber This Week to highlight del Lago’s involvement in several area events and programs. Then, a look at what’s del Lago has planned for this program in the upcoming months. . more

Clyde mayor ends campaign for 130th Assembly seat

Clyde mayor ends campaign for 130th Assembly seat
In a message to his supporters, Clyde Mayor Jerry Fremouw announced on Wednesday that he would not continue his campaign to be the next Assemblyman representing the 130th district. He had unsuccessfully attempted to force a primary against Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow. However, Fremouw vowed to stay in the race. Read Fremouw’s complete statement to the media and supporters... more

Clyde-Savannah alumna set to serve as district’s first school resource officer

Clyde-Savannah alumna set to serve as district’s first school resource officer
The Clyde-Savannah Central School District has named Rachel Connor, current Wayne County Deputy Sheriff, as its school resource officer for the 2018-19 school year. Connor, a graduate of Clyde-Savannah High School, has worked at the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office since 2006. “School resource officers play an important role in each community, and I’m looking forward to working at the school... more

Wayne County doctor pleads guilty, faces 60 years in prison

Wayne County doctor pleads guilty, faces 60 years in prison
A former Wayne County doctor pleaded guilty to three counts of receiving child pornography in federal court on Tuesday. Dr. David Blasczak,69, of Newark faces a maximum combined penalty of 60 years in prison and a $250,000 fine. Federal prosecutors say Blasczak bought thousands of sexually explicit images of children through a website hosted out of India they’re calling “website... more

INSIDE THE FLX: Clyde Village Mayor talks candidacy for NY Assembly (podcast)

INSIDE THE FLX: Clyde Village Mayor talks candidacy for NY Assembly (podcast)
Clyde Village Mayor Jerry Fremouw believes that the time is right for change in the 130th Assembly District. While he doesn’t have any hard feelings toward Assemblyman Bob Oaks, who has represented the district since the early-1990s – nor Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow who is also running for the seat – Fremouw thinks there is an opportunity for change.... more

Clyde woman charged with DWI in Seneca Falls

Clyde woman charged with DWI in Seneca Falls
On June 23rd at 7:59 pm, the Seneca Falls Police Department arrested a 53-year-old Clyde woman after a traffic stop on State Route 414. Terri M. Lauricella, of Clyde was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated, driving with a BAC of 0.08 percent or more, un-inspected motor vehicle, and failure to use designated lane. Lauricella was processed at the Town... more

Romulus man hurt after rear-ended on Route 414

Romulus man hurt after rear-ended on Route 414
Sheriff’s Deputies investigated a personal injury motor vehicle accident on Route 414 in the Town of Varick that occurred on Tuesday morning at about 7:20 am. Deputies report a pick-up truck operated by Steven L. Everts, age 59 of 5176 Route 89 in Romulus, was southbound and stopprd at the intersection of Route 414 and Ogden Road to make a... more

Clyde woman made false returns while employed at Petro truck stop

Clyde woman made false returns while employed at Petro truck stop
Deputies say a Clyde woman was arrested at the Petro Truck Stop on State Route 414 in Tyre on a number of charges following an investigation into false returns. Jessica Briggs, 35, of Clyde was an employee at the business when she made numerous false returns – taking the money made from them. She was charged with six counts of... more

Clyde woman failed to disclose income; charged with welfare fraud

Clyde woman failed to disclose income; charged with welfare fraud
On July 9th at about 10:15 am investigators arrested a 30-year-old Clyde woman following a welfare fraud investigation. Ashley R. Calkins, 30, was charged with Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First Degree, Welfare Fraud in the Fifth Degree, and Misuse of Food Stamps. It is alleged that Calkins failed to disclose household income while receiving monetary benefits... more

Fremouw drops GOP bid for NY Assembly, will run as independent

Fremouw drops GOP bid for NY Assembly, will run as independent
There will not be a Republican primary in the 130th Assembly District, but one GOP candidate will attempt to run as an independent. Clyde Mayor Jerry Fremouw, a Republican, did not submit petitions to force a primary in the 130th district race. The designated GOP candidate is Lyons Supervisor Brian Manktelow. But Fremouw said in an interview that he will... more

Cats, dogs seized during animal abuse investigation in Arcadia

Cats, dogs seized during animal abuse investigation in Arcadia
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office says a Town of Galen couple was arrested on an animal abuse charge following an investigation that took place at a residence in Arcadia. Deputies were assisted by Arcadia Town Code Enforcement, a Wayne County Animal Cruelty Investigator and a Veterinarian Technician. Deputies charged Nicholas J. Rosario, 24, and Darlene H. Humby, 41, both of... more
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