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Lyons fire protection issue could be settled tonight
The Town Board may decide tonight how it will provide fire protection to the community after the village dissolves.
» Grant to fund study for historic Lyons building
» NRC finds 2 violations at Ginna
» Pursuit in Williamson and Ontario ends in arrest
» Palmyra hit-and-run victim released from hospital
» Road conditions factor in Phelps crash
» Mystery surrounds case of missing Wayne Co. soman
» Newark doughnut shop employee arrested
» Lake-level plan lacks top-level endorsements
» Driver accused of hitting bicyclist in Palmyra
» Lyons man facing charges following traffic stop
» Stepfather of missing Newark woman wants help
» Wayne County officials push to keep Ginna open
» Deal in works over IES assessment
» Tuesday morning fire in Macedon
» Father of missing Arcadia woman pleads for her return
» Rose woman allegedly stabs man in the arm
» FL Times reporter Mike Hibbard discusses local trials
» Family of three escapes fire in Macedon
» Pellet stove causes damage to Macedon home
» Man driving 3 children charged with felony DWI
» Newark police warn residents about IRS scam
» Newark school board gets first look at 2015-16 numbers
» Kimberly Rouland still missing a week later
» Deal reached over Ginna nuclear plant
» Lyons laments imminent loss of local police
» Ginna plan would come with surcharge
» Tax dollars down the drain in Newark?
» Search for missing Arcadia woman continues
» Newark man accused of attempted armed robbery
» Police looking for missing Wayne County woman
» Home of missing Wayne County woman searched
» Newark woman charged after theft at Canandaigua Walmart
» Police: man gave teen alcohol, marijuana
» $50K grant to aid Lyons with dissolution
» Newark woman arrested for forged inspection sticker
» Police looking for missing Arcadia woman
» Wayne Co. man accused of welfare scheme
» Geneva man facing charges after Lyons domestic disturbance
» Palmyra woman drives vehicle into snow bank, charged with DWI
» $113,000 car stolen from a Webster dealership
» Teen among Webster board hopefuls
» Wolcott man accused of driving with .20 BAC
» Suspect thought he could run from cops and just go home
» Ginna puts millions into NYS, study finds
» Newark school budget waiting on state
» Deputies investigate hit-and-run in Palmyra
» More time sought for talks on fate of Ginna power plant
» Lyons man stole nearly $1,500 from credit union
» Lyons to receive funding to help with dissolution
» Williamson driver tried to flee crash scene
Local Sports
Sectional Saturday: Newark survives in a thriller
After trailing by one at halftime, the Newark Reds responded on their home court in the second half to edge #7 University Prep by a score of 66-65 to ...
» Wayne-Finger Lakes teams advance on Friday night
» Tip times, locations set for Class C semifinals
» Pal-Mac wrestlers aiming for state titles
» GIRLS: Wayne rolls over Eastridge in Class A2
» Cuba-Rushford at Lyons LIVE tonight on FL1 Sports
» Canandaigua, Sodus skiers cap season
» Sectionals: Girls hit the court, Geneva boys ousted
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Reds bombard Spartans
» BOYS BOWLING: Cougars claim Class C crown
» Sectionals Opening Night: Scores & updated brackets
» Sectional basketball tips-off tonight
» Sectional basketball preview & W-FL awards
» Sectional basketball brackets set
» W-FL Thursday: Naples caps perfect regular season
» W-FL Tuesday: Newark runs the table, thriller in Waterloo
» Newark well represented at start of NCAA Division I season
» FL1 Sports All-W-FL Basketball nominees
» Sodus' Sanders-Schifano takes first in two events
» FL1 Sports W-FL Power Rankings & Super Six (wk 12)
» HS BOYS BASKETBALL: Reds lock up solo possession of FL East
» HS BOYS BASKETBALL: North Rose-Wolcott pulls away from Lyons
» Mia Morrison, 5 Newark seniors in-studio Sunday night
» Geneva girls edge rival Wayne to force FL East tie
» Wayne Lady Eagles win Class C bowling title
» W-FL Friday: Red Creek, Newark clinch titles
» BOYS SWIMMING: Sixbey claims pair of Class C titles
» Mynderse girls battle but fall to Wayne
» Do it: Falling for curling
» Newark graduate and Fredonia star honored by SUNYAC
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Eagles knock off Cougars
» SKIING: Moore captures 2 titles
» FL East, Wayne Co. titles on the line tonight
» GIRLS: East Rochester nabs piece of county title
» W-FL Wednesday: N-RW upset, Dundee school record
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Newark clinches share of crown
» BOWLING: Stars shine at County Rolloffs
» W-FL Tuesday: Mein hits another winner for Devils
» SKIING: Palmer takes Class B giant slalom crown
» SWIMMING: Gananda's Sixbey is No. 1 seed in two races
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Gananda handles HAC
» W-FL Monday: Whitman & Sodus win, others snowed out
» Newark still top ranked, Wayne tops girls' Super Six
» INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Area athletes shine in relays
» W-FL Saturday: Red Creek, Penn Yan get wins
» SKIING: Palmer wins state bid
» Mixtape: Lyons' Damon Hunter goes for 33 vs. Red Creek
» BOYS BASKETBALL: Wayne County race gets crowded
» W-FL Thursday: 3-way Wayne County race tightens
» GIRLS BASKETBALL: Panthers answer bell vs. Red Raiders
» Lyons narrows gap in Wayne County race
Local People and Places
Webster man organizes hydrant rescue mission
Jimmy Sands rounded up friends via Facebook to shovel out snowbound hydrants in Webster.
» Former Newark golf course now just for campers
» Newark-Wayne Hospital honored for breastfeeding efforts
» Laurie's Feeder Friends (gallery)
» Lyons Chamber honors canal greeter
» Polar Plungers prep for dip in Lake Ontario
» Garden workshop to be held in Ovid
» Catholic Schools Week underway
» Sunken canal boats from 1800s found in Lake Ontario
» 19th-century canal boats found in Lake Ontario
» Clyde-Savannah student joins Young Americans
» Great photo of an eagle with its dinner on Sodus Bay
» MLK Day festivities planned for Williamson
» Retired Newark K-9 mourned
» DIY makeover turns Ontario property into dream home
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" Reds advance in sectionals "
Newark's Shamar Logins hits a key layup in the closing seconds as Newark won a thriller over University Prep, 66-65, at Newark in Class A2 action at Newark on Saturday night. Logins led the Reds with 18 points with teammates Akron Rodriquez adding 15 and Tyler Collins 12. Newark 18-2 on the year will travel to the Blue Cross Arena on Tuesday for the semifinal round.
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