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Celebrating veterans at school in Newark

Celebrating veterans at school in Newark
The 15th annual salute to servicemen, servicewomen and veterans at Kelley School November 9th was truly another wonderful tribute this year to those who have served this country and those who are currently serving. It began in the cafeteria with veterans and active duty military personnel enjoying breakfast with school children related to them at patriotically-decorated tables. A moving assembly... more

Newark Chamber presents annual awards at 48th Annual Awards Banquet on November 8th

Newark Chamber presents annual awards at 48th Annual Awards Banquet on November 8th
The Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce presented its citizen, business, organization and youth of the year awards at its awards banquet last Thursday evening at the Newark American Legion. The Chamber has been awarding its Citizen of the Year award, now known as the Alex Eligh Service Award, since 1954. This year, the Alex Eligh Service Award was presented to... more

Crawford wins Newark Chamber’s 2018 Outstanding Youth Award

Crawford wins Newark Chamber’s 2018 Outstanding Youth Award
Newark High School senior Kailyn Crawford is the 2018 winner of the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Youth Award. She received her award at the annual Chamber dinner November 8th at the August Mauer Post 286 of the  Newark American Legion. NHS BioMedical Sciences teacher Shawn Flanagan, a state-certified paramedic who is Director of Junior Membership for the Newark Emergency... more

Cornell University’s Design Connect team to present a conceptual plan of Newark’s downtown area

Cornell University’s Design Connect team to present a conceptual plan of Newark’s downtown area
Save the date! On December 12th, 2018 at 5:45PM, Cornell University’s Design Connect team will present a conceptual plan of Newark’s downtown area. The students and the Village of Newark held a well-attended outreach event at which community members participated in research activities and exchanged thoughts on the development of downtown Newark. Based on this information and visits to the... more

Flu clinics to be held in Farmington & Newark on November 21st

Flu clinics to be held in Farmington & Newark on November 21st
On the heels of several public flu clinics in September and October, UR Medicine Thompson Health has scheduled additional clinics for Wednesday, November 21st, in both Farmington and Newark. Both from 11AM to 6PM, the clinics will take place at: • Thompson Health Farmington Urgent Care, 1160 Corporate Drive in Farmington • Thompson Health Newark Urgent Care, 800 West Miller... more

NEWARK HALL OF FAME: Seven individuals, one team to be enshrined Saturday

NEWARK HALL OF FAME: Seven individuals, one team to be enshrined Saturday
The Newark Athletic Hall of Fame is ready to welcome another star-studded class into its fold. The Class of 2018, the third to be inducted, will be honored Saturday during ceremonies planned for the Elks Lodge. Joe Contario, Jack Fisher, Tom Hausman, Rick Kouwe, Joe Matias, Mike Muscolino, Rachel Prong and the 2003 softball team will be enshrined. FL Times:... more

Village of Newark awards local firefighters and police officer

Village of Newark awards local firefighters and police officer
The Village of Newark is proud to congratulate Newark Firefighters Juan Ortiz, Captain Doug Velte and Captain Rod Bliss, as well as Police Officer Dan Weegar. The four hometown heroes recently received awards from the Northern Central Volunteer Firemen’s Association. The firemen collectively received “Firefighter of the Year” and Office Weegar received “First Responder of the Year”. For their lifesaving... more

Newark man hurt after flipping ATV in Arcadia

Newark man hurt after flipping ATV in Arcadia
Deputies say a 55-year-old Newark man was transported by ambulance to Newark-Wayne Community Hospital after an ATV accident Friday afternoon. Ricky C. VanWinkly, 55, suffered minor lacerations to the back of his neck after losing control of his ATV while attempting to travel down an embankment on private property. The accident happened near 2335 Ford Road in Arcadia. Newark Fire... more

Newark Salvation Army store will close for good in December

Newark Salvation Army store will close for good in December
After getting a reprieve in 2017, the Salvation Army said it is closing its Murray Street store — permanently. The store’s last day in business is Dec. 14. “After 18 months’ consideration, the decision has been made to close,” said Lt. Darlene Clark, administrator for business of the Salvation Army’s Rochester Adult Rehabilitation Center, who oversees area Family Stores for... more

Police: Newark man charged with sex abuse in Canandaigua

Police: Newark man charged with sex abuse in Canandaigua
The Canandaigua Police Department reports the Monday arrest of a 37-year-old Newark man on sex abuse charges after an investigation. Victor Manuel Hernandez-Mejia, 37, of Newark was charged with first-degree sex abuse after allegedly having sexual contact with a 17-year-old girl in Canandaigua. Police say he was held at the Ontario County Jail without bail. The charges will be answered... more

Manktelow, Comegys look to succeed Bob Oaks in Assembly

Manktelow, Comegys look to succeed Bob Oaks in Assembly
When the state Assembly convenes in January, it will be the first time in 26 years Wayne County will be represented by someone other than Bob Oaks. Lyons Republican Brian Manktelow and Palmyra Democrat Scott Comegys are vying to replace the retiring Oaks as the 130th District representative in the Assembly. Manktelow is a supervisor in Lyons, as well as... more

Pal-Mac tops Newark for Class B1 girls soccer title

Pal-Mac tops Newark for Class B1 girls soccer title
The Pal-Mac Red Raiders girls varsity soccer team defeated the Newark Reds on Friday night, 2-1, to capture the 2018 Section V Class B1 Championship. The title is the second straight for the Red Raider program. pic.twitter.com/0MtjwOvSIZ — Pal-Mac Athletics (@palmacsports) October 27, 2018 Celebration at PMHS, THANK YOU to police & fire units that assist in the celebration! @PMHSPRINC... more

Ultralife wins major, $9.6M communications contract

Ultralife wins major, $9.6M communications contract
Ultralife Corporation has received a fixed price, indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for purchases not to exceed $9.5 million from an undisclosed major defense prime contractor for vehicle communications kits for use by the U.S. Department of Defense. The award is for one year with four option years with the amounts and timing of deliveries based on program requirements. Initial deliveries under this... more
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