Kathy Averill was enjoying her retirement from a 35-year career as a Wayland-Cohocton school teacher when her husband Dale got the idea to go back to work doing something different.
A Wayland-Cohocton high school senior was struck and killed while riding his bike on Thursday near his home. The teen was found the next day and a man has been charged with driving while intoxicated in connection with the incident and released.
Ten month old lab-retriever mix Chance was suffering from a terminal disease known as Parvo when he was surrendered by a Mt. Morris family to the Going to the Dogs rescue program in Perry, N.Y.
Since the start of Hu-Gen Farms Greenhouse in 1989, the Stevensons have expanded to eight greenhouses and moved from vegetables to flowers.
Saturday’s Helping Hands fundraiser luncheon proved to be overwhelmingly successful. Liz Dean, a coordinator of the event was speechless at the support.
Helping Hands is getting ready for their second annual luncheon to benefit Relay for Life. The event will take place this Saturday, April 27, at the Wayland American Legion.
The fifth annual Vincent House book fair proved successful this year, generating almost $2,000.
The Wayland-Cohocton U-10 girls indoor soccer team completed a successful season by advancing to the finals in all six tournaments they competed in, and winning three. From left to right, bottom row: Sydney Wetherbee, Lauren Bondgren, Kailey Johnson and Stephanie Fox; top row: Greta Huber, Emma Bondgren, Julia Zastawrny and Heather Fairbrother; and Coach Mike Walker.
Dansville High School students and Mount Morris Career and Technical Center metal trade students have worked for weeks on metal sculptures that will be auctioned off in June.
The Genesee Valley Rotary Camp hopes to lure talk show host Ellen DeGeneres to visit its week-long camp in August.
More than 13,000 donated books are on sale at the fifth annual Vincent House Book Fair this year. The book fair runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on March 20-23 at Nugget Hill in Wayland.
With some votes remaining to be tabulated, Democratic candidate Dick LeBar appears to be the top contender for one of two trustee positions in the village of Dansville with the other position up for grabs between Republicans Dick Whitenack and Lynn Reagle.
The monthly meeting of the Perkinsville Rod and Gun Club is Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. at the clubhouse.
Mark your calendars for upcoming events: tomorrow night the Perkinsville firefighters’ ham, beef and money raffle takes place at the fire hall beginning at 7 p.m.
For those of you who like codfish gravy, you’re in luck. The Perkinsville Auxiliary will serve its annual codfish dinner on Good Friday, March. 29, 5-7 p.m.
Donald A. Folts Sr., age 82, passed away peacefully Monday, March 11, at his home surrounded by his family.
Don was born Nov. 12, 1930, in Wayland, a son of Arlo and Ruth (Stephens) Folts. He was a graduate of Wayland Central School. He married Rose Marie Pealer on June 28, 1952; she predeceased him on Dec. 28, 1989. Don was a Set-up-man/Technician at Delco Products Division of General Motors in Rochester for over 31 years.
A piece of American history was captured at Alfred State last week when court reporting instructor Danielle Green transcribed an oral account of World War II given by veteran Paul Gerling, 87, of Wayland.
The Wayland Community Players put on quite a show Saturday night. The cast has been performing "No Body like Jimmy" for the past three Saturdays, with their final performance this past weekend.
Art Traphagen had a surprising Saturday last weekend. Traphagen was on the receiving end of a party in his honor celebrating his 50 years of involvement in the Wayland Rotary Club.
Preschool students from Kids at Jean’s Place delivered handmade Valentine’s cards to residents of the Lincoln Street apartments.
Wayland group working to expand business involvement
The Wayland American Legion and HARP hosted the annual lunchon and fashion show