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More charges after Lyons Thanksgiving day fight
Christopher J. Bell, 21, of Brandt Road, had been charged with second-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon as well as multiple other traffic-related charges, according to Wayne County sheriff's deputies.
» Wayne Co. man accused of leaving accident site
» Deputies: Lyons man struck with beer bottle on Thanksgiving
» Williamson man faces felony DWI charges
» Cops: Man tied up 91-year-old during Wolcott robbery
» Williamson's solar project wins DEC excellence award
» Lyons police stop writing tickets
» Lyons man accused of raping child
» Man facing charges in Wolcott break-in
» Date set for Town of Ontario murder trial
» Wayne County man accused of tying up 91-year-old victim
» Lyons parents allege mistreatment of suspended students
» Wayne County man accused of having sex with child
» Lyons police department stops writing tickets
» Trial set in alleged Wayne Co. violent robbery attempt
» Lyons parents, school to meet over student suspensions
» Lyons couple arrested for welfare fraud
» Newark man charged in bank robbery
» Wayne County police prepare to launch DWI crackdown
» Dead birds dot Lake Ontario shoreline
» 30 Lyons students suspended after protest
» Lyons school superintendent left former district in turmoil
» Wayne Central closed due to power outages
» Marion man, infant injured trying to avoid squirrel
» Trial begins in Ontario girl's death
» Savannah man arrested for breaking girlfriend's phone
» Life support tech debate sparks strange exchange at Wayne meeting
» Wayne County power outage leave thousands in the dark
» Szataneck trial: Trooper testifies
» Tentative Wayne County budget unveiled
» Newark woman accused of welfare fraud
» Eddie Murphy, Jr. facing new charges in Lyons
» Newark woman accused of welfare fraud
» Lyons man accused of running over ex-girlfriend's feet
» Investigation into Galen fire uncovers pot plants
» Cause of fatal fire in Palmyra appears accidental
» Palmyra goes dark after transformer blows out
» Lyons budget: Taxes going down for 2016
» One dead after Palmyra fire
» Sheriff deputies investigate fatal Palmyra fire
» One dead after fire in Palmyra
» Palmyra man dies In house fire
» Mom allegedly kept child from school, evades Newark PD
» Palmyra man charged for damaging gaming machine
» Cops: Man tried to rob Lyons home
» Eddie Murphy Jr. arrested in Lyons
» Two Wayne County men accused of selling cocaine
» Wayne County woman arrested on burglary charges
» Cocaine sales in Wayne County nets felony charges
» Junius accident under investigation
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Local Sports
Waterloo buries Bloomfield in hoops opener
Ben Deming recorded a double-double as his Waterloo Indians defeated Bloomfield 72-52 on Saturday night in Waterloo. Deming finished with a game-hi...
» Klein's 32 lifts Red Creek, Bloomfield falls at SOTA
» Local high school basketball season is underway
» 2015-16 W-FL High School Basketball Preview
» PGCBL announces postseason changes
» Newark's Ali House wins state diving title
» Local athletes ready to dive into NYS championships
» Deer hunters prepare for firearm season
» AREA ROUNDUP: Honeoye's run comes to an end
» FL1 Sports announces 2015-16 HS basketball webcasts
» FL1 Sports to reveal 2015-16 HS hoops schedule
» Midlakes tops NR-W for Class B boys volleyball title
» Midlakes sweeps for Class B title
» Class D Kearney 46, Clyde-Savannah 21
» Furious comeback falls short for ER/Gananda
» Bishop Kearney is football king again
» HIGH SCHOOL: Honeoye Boys lead way amongst area teams in Section V cross-country
» AREA ROUNDUP: Honeoye captures back to back titles
» BOYS VOLLEYBALL: Midlakes romps in opener
» HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PREVIEW, WEEK 10: One more hurdle for Clyde-Savannah
» GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Honeoye, Avon advance
» AREA ROUNDUP: Brighton sweeps Canandaigua
» Section V Soccer Sectionals & State Qualifiers 11-3-15
» Racial slurs alleged at soccer game
» Wayne rallies to beat Mercy, advance to Class A final
» Section V Football Sectionals 10-31-15
» Saturday’s high school girls results
» Section V boys and girls soccer playoffs: 10-31-15
» AREA ROUNDUP: Livonia tops Pal-Mac in finals
» HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Run ends for Red Jacket
» Section V Boys Soccer Sectionals 10-28-15
» Rifle hunting now allowed in Wayne County
» Coaches Who Care: Dave Marean shows kids what matters most
» AREA ROUNDUP: Bloomfield boys soccer falls to Red Creek
» BOYS VOLLEYBALL: Eagles fall to cap off regular season
» Schedule & results: Section V football playoffs
» AREA ROUNDUP: Pal-Mac girls soccer falls in semifinals
» Legendary NR-W coach says goodbye to soccer
» HS CROSS COUNTRY: Runners compete at Marion Invy
» HS GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Mynderse sweeps Bloomfield
» North Rose-Wolcott's HOF soccer coach to retire
» Section V Football Sectionals 10-23-15
» AREA ROUNDUP: The rematch was a mismatch
» Touchdown 10: Sectionals opening scores and highlights
» Football: Penn Yan ousts Geneva, C-S advances
» SS/Romulus forfeit advances ER/Gananda
» AREA ROUNDUP: Mynderse ends season on high note
» HS FOOTBALL PREVIEW: Mustangs visit Panthers tonight
» HS football: It's time for playoff football
» GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Falcons take West for themselves
» GIRLS SOCCER: Screaming Eagles slip by Indians
Local People and Places
Newberry co-op plans holiday events
The newly opened Community Co-Op at Newberry will offer a series of holiday events beginning Saturday.
» Teledentistry offers patients new convenience in Sodus
» Groups meet to address lack of signage in Lyons
» John Katko honors Wayne Co. war hero
» Top 5 Finger Lakes events for November 13-15
» Rescued Wayne Co. dogs find new homes
» Top 5 Photos of the Week in the FLX
» Apple picking ain't so easy
» Geneva, Newark teachers to join U of R program
» Ceremony to remember Wayne Co. investigator who died in ’71
» Local couple celebrates Halloween wedding
» Corn mazes reaping in big business
» Lyons brings back the HS play with 'The 39 Steps'
» Sheriff offers Halloween safety tips
» Blankets, lots of water grow huge pumpkins
» DO IT: 13 Halloween themed adventures
» Catholic Charities of Wayne gets $1.6M for Thriving Family
» Ship lost in 1862 Lake Ontario storm found
» Flavors Notebook: Historic inn for sale
» Marion woman wins dog obedience championship
» Honeoye, Gananda host French exchange students
» Cancer survivor runs 467 miles home to Sodus Point
» Former Lyons pastor to speak at event
» Lyons Community Co-Op opening set for Saturday
» Great taste: Wayne County celebrates apples
» Cayuga Heights man named Red Cross executive
» Marion students show support for injured classmate
» Foster Grandparents needed in our areas
» Wayne County administrator to retire
» Dog from animal cruelty case in Macedon adopted
» Historic Palmyra's 11th Annual Famous Cemetery Tour
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