September 2010 marked a substantial month for The Waynedale News. One year has passed since our new ownership took over and many changes have transpired during this time span. As new owners we decided to celebrate the success of the paper with every individual that makes The Waynedale
The Waynedale News has been committed to giving back to organizations that give so much to the greater Waynedale community. With the granting of $3,000 to local non-profit agencies, on September 20th, The Waynedale News announced its three recipients of this Waynedale enhancing award.
As you may have seen driving the streets of Waynedale, there are many unoccupied buildings of which are beginning to thin out the number of boutiques and locally owned shops. Simply traveling down Lower Huntington Road reveals more than 5 buildings with “for sale” or “for rent” signage.
Here at The Waynedale News we receive an abundance of letters, e-mails and calls regarding our printed and online (www.waynedale.com) community newspaper. Many responses are overwhelmingly positive in nature supporting
This issue landmarks our sixth month anniversary since our new ownership of The Waynedale News. We are proud to announce the positive community response has been great and large. We would like to thank all of our readers for their patronage as well as their news tips, articles, donations, and comments
We have been extremely busy at our office lately with many great things I would like to share with you.
In the past, we had many requests to keep our website (www.waynedalenews.com) up to date. As always
After discussions with and letters from our valued readers, two issues have come to my attention that I feel must be addressed. As it is our utmost goal and responsibility to keep the Waynedale community safe and our readers happy, it is my hope that heading off these conceptions first off will ultimately
Two young entrepreneurs, Alex Cornwell (22) and Michael Alberico (22) as of September 1st have become the new owners of The Waynedale News.Each as active members of the Waynedale community have been involved in area groups and functions. Alex Cornwell, who has worked for the newspaper