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Newark shooting suspect nabbed in ROC
Aron B. Bell, 45, of Newark, was arrested on York Street in Rochester, according to U.S. Marshal Charles Salina. Authorities have been trying to find Bell since a 34-year-old woman and her son were shot early Saturday morning at their home in Newark.
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» Romero facing new charges in Wayne County
» Newark shooting suspect arrested
» Arrest Made in Double Shooting in Newark
» Suspect in double shooting captured in Rochester
» Accused Newark shooter remains at large
» Mother & child shot by ex-boyfriend in Newark
» Police search for Newark shooting suspect
» Woman, son shot by ex-boyfriend in Newark
» Two face forgery charges after incident in Palmyra
» Former Wayne County DSS worker arrested
» Suspect at-large in Newark double-shooting
» Lyons woman accused of driving drunk to Sheriff's Office
» Woman charged with DWI after driving to sheriff's office
» Double shooting in Newark
» Sodus man charged with selling crack
» Plowing contractor appears in court on new charges
» Way cleared for new Wayne County park fees
» Pal-Mac alumni return for holiday concert
» Phelps crash victims ID’d as 3 from Lyons
» Palmyra man in snowplow scheme charged again
» Man barred from food stamps after beverage dumping
» Clyde domestic leads to hospitalization of woman, child 
» VINE now alerts victims via texting
» Man accused of injuring woman, child in Clyde
» Digging out in Newark
» Lyons man arrested for welfare fraud
» Wayne County man facing felony strangulation charges
» Family arrested stealing at Macedon Walmart
» Wayne County tax levy reduced for 2015
» Lyons voters approve capital project
» Joy riding Ontario father takes plea deal
» Nearly 75 percent support Lyons school project
» Wayne County Sheriff warns of phone scam
» Property owners speak up on Lake Ontario plan
» Several businesses found to be in compliance during alcohol sting
» Arrest made in 1998 Sodus murder
» Wayne Co. man charged with assaulting deputy
» Wolcott teenage girl charged with sexual misconduct
» Wayne Co. pair charged illegally selling gun & ammo
» WPD: Woman tried to electrocute boyfriend in tub
» Pair suspected of selling gun, ammo
» 16 years later, arrest in cold case
» Dave Shaw of the FL Times talks land claim, journalism
» Heater a factor in Arcadia garage blaze
» Fatal Arcadia accident under investigation
» Canandaigua woman dies in Arcadia crash
» Huron crash victim remembered for positive spirit
» Wayne County Receiving Help From NYS Association of Counties
» Wayne County man accused of sexually abusing 5 year old
Local Sports
W-FL Power Rankings: Newark still #1, Penn Yan up to #2
The updated FL1 Sports Upstate Hoops Wayne-Finger Lakes Power Rankings were announced on the Upstate Hoops Podcast on Sunday night and features four t...
» BOYS BOWLING: Newark cruises past Wayne
» Pal-Mac, Penn Yan and Newark stay perfect in East
» GIRLS BOWLING: Eagles move to 35-0 with win over Reds
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Hunter leads Lions past Bombers
» Red Creek rolls to 4-0 defeating C-S, 72-38
» Newark falls out of league to Fayetteville-Manlius
» Live Wayne County Battle: Red Creek vs. C-S
» FL East Friday Night: Pal-Mac, Newark & Penn Yan roll
» W-FL Hoops: Red Creek & Naples remain undefeated
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Big 2nd carries Clyde-Savannah
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Eagles topple Reds
» BOYS BOWLING: Reds keep pace in Finger Lakes East race
» WRESTLING: Williamson/Marion knocks off South Seneca
» GIRLS BOWLING: Panthers find way past Newark
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Sodus nips Lyons
» Tuesday W-FL Hoops: Lyons, Clyde suffer first loss
» BOYS SWIMMING: Sodus/Williamson moves to 2-1
» GIRLS BOWLING: HAC Wolves pick up first win
» W-FL Power Rankings: Newark, Lyons top latest poll
» Tonight's webcast of Red Creek vs. C-S moved to Saturday
» Naples hands Whitman first loss, 68-49
» TRACK AND FIELD: Sanders-Schifano leads Sodus girls
» Friday night W-FL basketball scoreboard
» Newark's Tyler Collins does it all vs. Livonia (video)
» BOYS SWIMMING: Pal-Mac improves to 3-0
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Reds win East opener
» Tuesday's W-FL Scoreboard: Penn Yan routs Waterloo
» BOYS SWIMMING: Geneva swims past NR-W
» Monday night W-FL HS basketball scoreboard
» Newark, Pal-Mac notch wins in Victor
» Live Hoops Talk tonight on FingerLakes1.TV
» FL1 Sports hoops triple-header in Victor today
» Friday night W-FL high school basketball results
» GIRLS BOWLING: Newark, Geneva keep on rolling
» Highlights: One last look at the NYCC Tip-Off Classic
» BOYS BOWLING: Newark uses balance to top Penn Yan
» COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Once foes, now teammates
» GIRLS BOWLING: Reds takes first in East with sweep
» WRESTLING: Indians clip Sodus in season opener
» East Rochester opens season with a win
» Lyons HC previews Wayne County basketball '14-15
» OUTDOORS: Disability hasn't kept searle from his passion
» HS BOYS BASKETBALL: Mynderse, Lyons win openers
» Mynderse, Lyons notch opening wins at NYCC
» GIRLS BOWLING: Newark opens with shutout
» BOYS BOWLING: Newark tops Tribe
» BOYS BOWLING: Scots sweep Wolves
» Newark's Ali House 2nd in diving at NYS meet
» Pal-Mac's Vanderwall inks full scholarship with St. Rose
» BOWLING: Falcon girls blank HAC
Local People and Places
12 graduate from correction officer school
Twelve people graduated from the basic correction officer school during a ceremony Dec. 13 at the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office.
» Montezuma Audubon Center gets $100K donation
» Webster microbrewery announces opening date
» Health Center reopens after major renovations
» Clyde Ambulance celebrates 75 years
» Cheap Eats: Stop in at the S&L Cafe in Marion
» The week of Nov. 3-9 on FingerLakes1.TV
» Webster Police chief announces retirement
» Migrant-rights activists to mark Day of the Dead
» App to help prevent impaired driving
» Wolcott: Hiking where the valley meets the hills
» Newark district staff, students observe domestic violence month
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" Eagles defeat the Reds "
The Wayne Eagles needed a strong fourth quarter to defeat the Newark Reds 62-52 in girls varsity action on Tuesday in Newark. Wayne, 3-0 on the year, got 20 points and 14 points respectively from Taylor Corts and Bailey Pratt to fuel the win. Newark's Kenna Lauer, seen in action here, scored 29 points.
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