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Women blackmailed Yates man on Facebook
Two women are accused of using social media to set up a relationship with a Yates County man and then using it to blackmail him...
» Palmyra snow plow operator pleads not guilty
» Williamson student charged after inappropriate photo
» Two women arrested in alleged extortion plot
» Arraignment delayed for Palmyra snowplow scammer
» Newark company hopes to grow medical marijuana
» Palmyra man accused in snow plow scheme in court
» Community gathers to remember missing woman
» Palmyra man killed in Macedon crash
» Man killed in Macedon crash
» Lyons boy run over by mower improving
» Snow plow schemer to spend six months in jail
» Palmyra man killed in one-car crash
» 20 years later, Wayne Co. family continues search
» Three firms vie to be medical pot producers
» Palmyra man still fighting murder conviction
» Lyons 4-year-old injured in mower accident improving
» Wayne officials endorse medical marijuana facilities
» Waterloo man gets restitution, prison time for burglary
» FLX Weekly w/ Jessica Lahr: Holiday Weekend Edition
» Palmyra snowplow scammer gets 6 months in jail
» Newark woman faces felony in feces fracas
» Man charged in cold case in Wayne County murder
» Community rallies around seriously injured Lyons boy
» Young farmer killed in accident in Rose
» Inmate throws feces-covered towel at officer
» Wayne County man killed in farm accident
» Lawnmower safety in question after Lyons accident
» Fundraising for Lyons Boy runover by lawnmower
» Child seriously injured in Lyons lawnmower accident
» Lyons boy run over by lawn mower in guarded condition
» Deadly farm accident in Rose
» Four-year-old run over by lawnmower in Lyons
» Probation for Sodus woman after false statement
» Sodus man jailed after failing to appear in court
» Two dead in crash on Lake Road in Webster
» Drivers find tires slashed in Newark
» Possible med marijuana growing site in Newark
» Williamson's landfill named WilliamSun Solar Field
» Four injured in Wayne County crash
» One dead after crashing into tree in Webster
» Two Wayne County men arraigned on drug charges
» Wayne County break-in investigation leads to arrest
» Palmyra man admits to posting child porn
» Katko hosts meeting with Wayne Co. leaders, Obama administration
» Penn Yan still recovering one year after flooding
» Palmyra man pleads guilty to child porn charges
» Wayne sheriff plans Memorial Day DWI crackdown
» Canal is full of hazards for swimmers
» One Macedon says village dissolution a no brainer
» Penn Yan man accused of trading synthetic drugs for shotgun
Local Sports
BASEBALL: Cougars earn wild win over Reds
The Newark High baseball team was searching for its offense through the first five innings of Tuesday’s Class A semifinal game against Honeoye Falls-Lima.
» Section V lacrosse championships
» FL Golfer Podcast: NITRO scoring & Titleist lawsuit
» Section V Boys Lacrosse Sectionals 5-23-15
» SOFTBALL: Reds blast way past Cougars
» Pilots add four All-Conference players to 2015 roster
» BOYS TENNIS: Mynderse moves on to title match
» BASEBALL: Newark, Lyons pull off impressive upsets
» BOYS LACROSSE: Reds' run continues into C semifinals
» C'daigua softball defeats Wilson Magnet, advances to semifinals
» Meet Lyons' senior golf standout Josh DeSain
» HS BASEBALL: Red cap regular season with win
» HS BOYS LACROSSE: Pal-Mac slips past Geneva
» HS SOFTBALL: Romulus clinches Finger Lakes West title
» HS TRACK AND FIELD: Records fall at Marionn Invy
» HS GOLF: DeSain headlines area golf contingent at sectionals
» Area golfers advance at Section V Championship
» BOYS TENNIS: Reds cap regular season with win
» Big weekend for golfers in Section V
» SOFTBALL: FL West title chase tightens up
» AREA ROUNDUP: State Qualifiers held in Webster
» BOYS TENNIS: Times Sports Staff
» TRACK AND FIELD: Clyde-Savannah finds way past Waterloo
» BOYS TENNIS: Reds claim championship
» BASEBALL: Red Raiders secure league crown
» TRACK AND FIELD: Golden Eagles soar to 26 wins
» DeSain captures 4th straight Wayne County golf title
» BASEBALL: Blue Panthers stage comeback
» Victor girls lacrosse rolls to victory over Pal-Mac
» LAX: Pal-Mac tops Waterloo on Thursday (photos)
» Latest announced signings for The Newark Pilots
» BASEBALL: Pal-Mac rallies on road
» GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD: Throwers lead Golden Eagles
» GOLF: DeSain medals in four-team match at Wayne Hills
» BOYS LACROSSE: Emotional victory for Reds
» Newark, Pal-Mac honor seniors battling cancer
» Gananda golfers capture Wayne County crown
» Section V Sports 5-5-15
» BASEBALL: Penn Yan edges Newark
» TRACK & FIELD: Sanders-Schifano shines at Wayne Invitational
» Pal-Mac student plays through cancer treatments
» GOLF: Blue Panthers remain unbeaten
» BOYS TENNIS: Geneva’s Fishback prevails
» High school lacrosse 4/25: Highlights
» AREA ROUNDUP: Victor baseball defeats Fairport
» GOLF: Cougars, Spartans win 2
» GIRLS LACROSSE: Newark squeezes by Midlakes in eighth
» BASEBALL: Newark squeezes by Midlakes in eighth
» HS SOFTBALL: Sodus holds off Marion
» HS TRACK & FIELD: Area athletes shine at Lyons Invitational
» HS BOYS TENNIS: Newark blanks North Rose-Wolcott
Local People and Places
FLX Weekly: Recap the festivities in Waterloo
Jessica Lahr looks back at the Celebrate-Commemorate festivities last weekend in Waterloo through some great videos produced by Dave Duprey, a look ah...
» Spelling champ falls short of semifinals at National Bee
» Reed Eye to present Pal-Mac Scholarship
» Williamson student still in National Spelling Bee
» Local nurse joins Red Cross for Oklahoma storm relief
» Great Lakes museum re-ups with NY-based shipwreck explorers
» Tops opens new stores in Walworth, Lyons
» Fund drive for funeral of Wayne County farmer
» Tops opening two new stores in Wayne County
» WNY Mothers unite to help pass Brittany's Law
» Smiles abound at Special Olympics in Marion
» Local Priest who survived Nepal April Earthquake tells story
» 9 female Wayne County inmates certified in hospitality
» TOGETHER AGAIN: Vietnam vets reunite after decades apart
» Montezuma Audobon Center repares for 9th Annual Wildlife Festival
» Mother of 2 autistic sons does what is needed for both
» Canal Clean Sweep events this weekend in Lyons
» Lyons student performs with All-Eastern Chorus
» Ontario couple appear on Rachel Ray Show
» LunaChicks win, Trevor's Gift the big winner
» Meeting for accommodations for transgender student
» Equal footing: Women in firefighting
» Newark moms build backpack program
» Two FLX photos that show us spring really is here
» Wayne County setting up drug collection sites
» Hot Jobs: Software developers are in demand
» Brantley Gilbert video features local fallen soldier
» Public hearing set for Ginna PILOT offer
» Lake Ontario mngmt. plan could damage Wayne Co. shoreline
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" Local Students Shadow Senator Nozzolio "
Two area high school students recently spent a day in Albany shadowing Senator Mike Nozzolio. Caroline McCulloch, a junior at Geneva High School and Benjamin Dodge, a junior at North Rose Wolcott High School, had the opportunity to observe Senator Nozzolio in his official legislative duties, which included committee meetings and an official session of the New York State Senate. Caroline, the daughter of Stanley and Babette McCulloch, and Benjamin, the son of Clifford and Alice Dodge, visited Albany as part of the 15th Annual Students Inside Albany conference, sponsored by the League of Women Voters of New York State Education Foundation, Inc. The program is designed to give high school students a greater knowledge of their state government, as well as their responsibility to become involved in their local communities, state and federal governments.
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