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City to receive $4.9 million to replace lead lines

By Sarah Shurge – The City of Wayne is one step closer to ensuring safe drinking water for all residents with the lead line replacement project. During the Wayne City Council Meeting on Tuesday, July 11th, State Senator Darrin Camilleri and State Representative Kevin...

Downtown development 2022 year in review

By Sarah Shurge – It can be beneficial with the start of a new year to reflect on significant moments from the year that just passed. Throughout the year, the City of Wayne Downtown Development Authority (DDA) has partnered with many businesses and sponsored many events for...

Congresswoman secures $550,000 for Goudy Park

By Sarah Shurge – Concerts in the park would not be the same without the Goudy Park Amphitheater. Craft and vendor shows would not be the same without the amphitheater. Homecoming and prom pictures at Goudy Park would not be the same without the amphitheater. The Goudy Park...

Wayne Historical Museum receives funding

By Sarah Shurge – The mission of the Wayne Historical Society is to display, preserve, and promote the history of the City of Wayne. But what happens when the building that is dedicated to preserving history, is in dire need of repairs? With holes in the roof, water spots...

City breaks ground on new Veterans Memorial

A momentous day of accomplishment and excitement was held on June 16th, 2020, as the Wayne Veterans Memorial Committee held the official groundbreaking ceremony on the south side of Wayne City Hall where a new Wayne Veterans Memorial will be erected. Wayne Mayor John Rhaesa said,...
Posted On 19 Jul 2020