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Posted at 11:09 AM

WALWORTH — Students in grades 4 through 7 used their words in the Susan H. Alexander Performing Arts Center on Feb. 6 at the 7th Annual Gananda Spelling Bee. In the fifth round of a hotly-contested evening of exhibition spelling, 6th grader Erin Weill conquered over 40 of her fellow bookworms with “abstruse,” an adjective meaning “difficult to comprehend.”Democrat & Chronicle sports writer Sal Maiorana, the evening’s emcee, was stunned. “I’m a writer, and I don’t even know that one!”

Updated at 11:08 AM

Route 104 between Whiskey Hill Road and Countryman Road has re-opened after a tractor-trailer crash early Tuesday morning. Wayne County Sheriff's Deputies say large metal poles inside the trailer spilled onto the road when it overturned around 1:30...

Updated at 10:54 AM

And in this corner … .A fight is brewing, and the control of the Republican Party is at stake. That fight would headline any pay-per-view event but with a wide-open 2016 presidential election on the horizon, the stakes are a lot higher.

Updated at 10:31 AM

Tip of the WeekWhole grains are good for us, offering fiber, vitamins and other nutrients. But can they really be tasty enough for our kids to enjoy? And how do we add them to more of our meals?

Updated at 10:04 AM

In the newsThe head of Interpol said today that the disappearance of the Malaysia Airlines flight "was not...

Updated at 9:49 AM

Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants to send you a check — providing your local governments and school district keep taxes down and find ways to share and consolidate services.

Updated at 9:39 AM

Awards will be presented to nominees from six categories: Entrepreneurial; Professional Achievement; Volunteer Service; Women Helping Women; PWFL Woman of the Year; and Youth Leadership.

Updated at 8:59 AM

FARMINGTON — A Naples man was hospitalized on Monday following an accident at a trucking facility.

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