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Lyons school board approves $600,000 in staff cutss
LYONS — Despite protests by teachers and students, the school board approved a budget Wednesday night that would cut $600,000 worth of staff.
» Warrant issued for Sodus woman in abused horses case
» Sodus woman charged with animal cruelty
» Emaciated animals taken from Sodus farm
» Car into ditch; Sodus woman seriously hurt
» Community comes to grips with Nguyen verdict
» Investigation underway after animals seized
» Gun enthusiasts gather for the shot heard...
» Animal Abuse at Sodus Farm
» Clyde-Savannah schools get $358k grant
» Town of Lyons will hire dissolution consultant
» Williamson man injured in violent crash
» Changes coming at Ginna Nuclear Power Plant
» Wayne County Nursing Home honored
» Dawn Nguyen verdict is in: Guilty
» Humane Society seizes four cats from Palmyra residence
» Wayne Co. Supervisors weigh in on GMO labeling
» Still no verdict in Nguyen trial
» Guilty verdict in Nguyen case
» Dawn Nguyen's fate is in a jury's hands
» Jury to resume deliberating in Dawn Nguyen trial
» Dozens of cows escape Walworth barn fire
» Crash kills Wolcott man; passenger hurt
» Lyons school district cuts teaching staff
» Child killer Eric Smith up for parole
» Webster man arrested for urinating on Sheriff's car
» Lyons Village holds off on dissolution consultant
» Clyde man arrested for larceny and possession
» Former Friend of Dawn Nguyen Testifies at Trial
» Four-car, officer involved, crash in Ontario
» Testimony in Nguyen trial continues Tuesday
» First Witness Takes the Stand in Nguyen Trial
» The Latest: Openings in Nguyen trial begin
» Palmyra Police Chief forced out
» Jury selection wraps up in Dawn Nguyen trial
» Lyons begins work of how to absorb village services
» Longtime Palmyra Police Chief to retire in May
» Second arrest in Newark shooting investigation
» Geneva man arrested on Newark rape, burglary charges
» Lyons man pleads guilty to assault in bar brawl
» Genevan arrested for role in Newark shooting
» Palmyra Police Chief to retire in May
» Wayne County man arrested following police chase
» Oaks discusses 2014-15 NYS Budget
» Wayne County highway employee seriously injured
» 'Sit and stare' policy creates controversy
» Florida woman arrested for prostitution in Wayne County
» Town Justice suing the Town of Ontario
» Car theft leads to high speed chase down Route 31
» Joint Meeting of Macedon Town and Village
» Springing back to business in Macedon after fire
Local Sports
GOLF: Cougars take two, DeSain shoots even par
Lyons’ Josh DeSain shot an even-par 36 at Wayne Hills Country Club Tuesday in his quest for his third straight Wayne County Player of the Year crown.
» GOLF: Sodus Spartans win 2 at Greystone
» GIRLS LAX: Pal-Mac moves to 5-0 with win over Reds
» BOYS LACROSSE: Pal-Mac stays undefeated
» BOYS LAX: Pal-Mac prevails over Newark
» BOYS TENNIS: Pal-Mac tops Geneva
» Weber's take on the Fab Five HS Hoops picks
» HS GIRLS LACROSSE: Pal-Mac edges Geneva
» Coach of the Year: Tim Jackson Sr.
» HS BOYS LAX: Pal-Mac tops Geneva in FL East
» HS SOFTBALL: Lyons improves to 3-0
» HS BOYS BASKETBALL: Fab 5 capsules
» Sodus' Beckens tosses no-hitter
» TRACK: Faniel duplicates effort for Golden Eagles
» BASEBALL: Big rally in 4th keys Geneva win
» GOLF: ER, Sodus win twice in Wayne County opener
» BOYS TENNIS: Raiders remain hot
» BOYS LACROSSE: Indians double up Reds
» BOYS TENNIS: NR-W blanks Lyons
» Lyons basketball coaches preview Sweet 16
» Meet Great Lakes Surfer Aurellien Bouche-Pillon
» Hoop stars to line up for Ronald McDonald House
» Newark alum McCrea named MAC POY
» McCrea named Player of the Year
» Javon McCrea named first-team All-MAC
» Three's company at Pal-Mac: Trio will play DI sports
» Clyde-Savannah's run ends in Buffalo
» Clyde-Savannah & Romulus on to states
» C-S & Romulus: The quest for state titles begins
» Clyde-Savannah on to states with win over Perry
» Keshequa's 3-point barrage sinks Lyons' hopes
» Charlotte, East, and Clyde advance to states
» Clyde-Savannah stays undefeated
» It's on to states for No. 1 Clyde-Savannah
» Waterloo, Wayne girls seasons come to end
» Newark's Javon McCrea shines for UB basketball
» Clyde-Savannah basketball game site switch
» Lyons Lions still in the hunt
» Lyons girls win first sectional title since 2005
» Clyde pounds Cal-Mum for Class C2 title
» Peacock, two Wayne Central wrestlers advance to finals
» Preview: Clyde, Geneva & Bloomfield go for titles
» FL1 Sports to stream C-S, Geneva finals this weekend
» Huge weekend ahead in high school sports
» Jones floater sends Midlakes past Pal-Mac
» Girls Athlete of the Week: Wayne's Shyana McLeod
» Girls Section V Basketball Scoreboard
» Tuesday night's Section V semifinal scoreboard
» Lyons girls back in finals, Clyde-Savannah falls short
» Batavia puts end to Newark Reds season
» NR-W ousted in Class B2 semifinals
Local People and Places
Finger Lakes Metal Festival Lineup Announced
Finger Lakes Metal Fest 2014 has announced this years band line-up for the free, all ages music ev...
» Living Healthy Workshops for YOU in May
» International Opera Singer to perform in Lyons
» OUTDOORS: Wayne County Federation celebrates
» Newark art teacher receives Golden Apple
» WCHS to hold jailbird antique festival
» Bluebird vs. Robin in latest gallery from Laurie Dirkx
» Yoga classes offered in Ontario & Wolcott
» Drug Take-Back Day is April 26
» Lyons police officer thanked for saving woman's life
» Wayne County Fair pageant contestants announced
» Arthur Treacher's opens in Webster
» Jailhouse Wine takes prize at competition
» Palmyra police chief stepping down
» Pergolizzi, Samuel J. “Sam”
» Clyde-Savannah superintendent is retiring
» Leadership change at Newark, Clifton Springs hospitals
» Gananda to present Willy Wolka Jr., March 15 & 16
» Longtime facilities director at NR-W joins Newark schools
» Wayne County Bike Guide Available for Free
» It Truly is a Small World
» Wayne Co. couple opens campground on Erie Canal
» Meet Scott Bischoping, superintendent of W- FL BOCES
» Wayne Sheriff's sergeant wins state award
» Ontario man accesses video, photos from late wife
» Update: Man finds late wife's videos
» Newark pupil services director settling in
» March for Babies campaign underway
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