Margie Adams was honored at Saturday’s 25th annual Wheels for Life Bike-a-thon in Cohocton. The bike-a-thon raises money to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
William H. Francis, 92, died on March 5, 2013.
Bill was born on Jan. 23, 1921 in Wheeler, N.Y., a son of the late Robert and Bessie Francis.
A Castile woman could be headed back to court in two weeks to keep a racehorse seized on her behalf by the Steuben County Sheriff’s Department in early November.
They’ve been put up around Wayland, so why not in Wayland?
Pittsburgh, Pa. -based Everpower Wind Holdings Inc., the same company with wind turbines in nearby Howard, will be putting up two meteorological test towers in Wayland.
Perusing the shelves of birdhouses at Cross My Heart, shoppers will find all kinds of ornamentation. License plates, doorknobs, oil can tops, corkscrews horseshoes, door-knockers, fishhooks, ladles, rulers, table legs, hinges and belt buckles — and that’s just a partial list.
In a special ceremony Saturday night, members of the community dedicated and renamed the Cohocton Sports Complex, the Ellsworth “Ozzie” Tripp Sports Complex.
The Fall Foliage soccer finale in Cohocton was played in honor of Sgt. Devin Snyder on Saturday night at the Ellsworth R. Tripp Sports Complex.
A swarm of people milled about the village of Cohocton last weekend to enjoy its “October Treasures,” as this year’s festival theme describes.
This year's Cohocton Fall Foliage Festival is just as active as ever. Check out just a few things that will be going on this year.
The Wayland-Cohocton Area Community Chest began its 2012 door-to-door drive this week, and is needing your help to reach its $13,000 goal. Last year’s goal of the same amount was met, and organizers are hoping for another successful of an result.
A 61-year-old man has arrested for running over a dog with a lawnmower Sunday in Bath.
On what would have been her 22nd birthday, more than 100 people came to pay tribute to the late U.S. Army Sgt. Devin A. Snyder and witness the unveiling of a sign dedicating a portion of I-390 in her name. The portion is between Exit 2 in Cohocton and Exit 3 in Wayland.
With more than 65 years of combined service, rural route carrier Ron Towner and Postmaster Deb Tokar have both decided to retire together. A community celebration for their retirement was at the Cohocton Post Office July 27 with cake and refreshments.
The family of fallen Cohocton native Sgt. Devin Snyder is planning a memorial motorcycle ride for next summer.
Legislation sponsored by Sen. Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) and Assemblyman Phil Palmesano (R-C, Corning) to designate a portion of Interstate 390 in Steuben County as the “Sergeant Devin Snyder Memorial Highway” has been signed into law by Governor Andrew Cuomo.
It's been more than one year since U.S. Army Sgt. Devin Snyder was killed in Afghanistan. Cohocton and New York state haven't — and won't — forget her.
Arnold Brunswick and Steve Parks were given surprise recognitions prior to the Atlanta Fire Department, Hatch Hose Co. meeting May 10. Each have given more than 50 years of volunteer service to the company – Brunswick with 54 years; Parks with 51 years.
More than 100 people of all ages biked or walked around Cohocton Elementary School May 12 for the 24th annual Wheels for Life Bike-A-Thon, a fundraiser for Memphis, Tenn. -based St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
Post offices in rural areas are not closing — yet.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Wednesday it will not close any postal facilities until after May 15 and at the same time announced a plan that the USPS reports “could keep the existing Post Office in place, but with modified retail window hours to match customer use.”
Longtime Wayland-Cohocton area coach and educator Ellsworth “Elsie” Tripp was recognized as the 2012 Wayland Area Distinguished Citizen May 8 in the Wayland-Cohocton High School cafeteria.
The award is annually bestowed upon a Wayland area resident who has dedicated many years of service to the community.