Top Stories, January 4, 2022

The 2023 Hammonsport Firemen's Carnival To Have Rides

Some good news for the area.  Hammondsport Fire Chief Bill Frizz says, this year – the rides will be back at the Hammondsport Firemen’s Carnival this coming summer.  They have not had rides in recent years, due to covid rules.   "We might even have bumper cars this summer, still working on that, not sure about that one yet," Frizz tells Wvin News.  The Hammondsport Firemen’s carnival will be in July, on July 6, 7, 8.  


A New Firefighter For Bath 

The Bath Volunteer Fire Department says, their newest firefighter is Justin Haynes who was voted in last night.  They say that Justin brings with him a lot of training and experience as a former member of the North Hornell Fire Department and he is also a career firefighter at Corning City. 


O'Mara: Office Hours Continue This Year In Bath, Elmira

Republican State Senator Tom O’Mara has announced that he’ll continue having district offices in Bath and Elmira throughout 2023, in addition to his office in Albany.  O’Mara encouraged area residents to contact any of his offices for state government assistance and information.  His Bath Office is at 105 East Steuben Street.   His Bath office number is 776-3201. 


Rep Claudia Tenney Working To Help Natl Guard

Congresswoman Claudia Tenney is calling on the Biden Administration to formally designate Kenya a combat zone to allow a group of New York National Guardsmen stationed in the region as part of Task Force Wolfhound to receive Combat Zone Tax Exclusions.  Tenney says, members of the National Guard from the Buffalo area are stationed currently in Kenya. 


Great Work On Local School Fundraiser 

Students and staff from Dana Lyon Middle School raised more than $650 by selling candy cane grams in December. Students voted to donate the funds to the Finger Lakes SPCA.

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