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Time Warner to raise rates for cable and internet

Time Warner says it will raise rates for cable and internet by six and a half percent. Standard internet service will go up to $58. 

The rate increase will start next month, but they won't impact anyone currently in a promotional plan. 

The company says the increases come as a result of $227 million invested to improve service throughout their coverage area, plus, hikes in the cost to provide their service.

Time Warner serves about 350,000 people locally.

Deputies: Wayne County man cut his wife with a sword

A Wayne County man has been arrested on multiple charges after sheriff’s deputies say he cut his wife with a sword.

Wayne DeRue of Ontario is charged with second-degree assault, menacing and criminal mischief.

According to deputies, DeRue was involved in an altercation with his wife and cut her arm with a sword, causing a severe laceration.

DeRue was arraigned on the charges and is being held in the Wayne County Jail in lieu of bail.

New York State Exposed: Tobacco tax

There are so many taxes in New York State. They're hard to avoid. That's why we're helping you understand where your money is exactly going in our exclusive series New York State Exposed.

News10NBC is taking a look at a tax that target smokers. The tobacco tax has been around for years. But is the money going where it's needed?

News10NBC started looking into this because New York State has the highest tax on cigarettes in the country. When we talked with people to get their opinions, we were surprised by what we heard and you might be too. Smokers don't like paying more and some non-smokers are against the tax too. News10NBC followed the money from the checkout line to the state’s bank account.

Miguel Fraticelli, smoker, said, "Makes me feel trapped. I put myself in this predicament, so I have to pay, but I feel trapped.”

Man injured in snowmobile accident

A Sodus man was hospitalized after a snowmobile accident in Wayne County.

According to the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, Jeremy D. Littlefield, 33, was operating a snowmobile, when his ski hit a railroad track ejecting him from the sled.

The sheriff's department tells us Littlefield's girlfriend tried to take him to the hospital by car, but stopped at the Alton Fire Department and called 911. While there, Littlefield complained of shoulder and internal pain and was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital.

We still have no update on his condition at this time.

Palmyra man arrested during traffic stop

A 21-year-old Palmyra man has been arrested after a traffic stop in Macedon.

State Police say they charged Dylan Formanek with criminal possession of a controlled substance, aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and equipment violation after a traffic stop on Tuesday.

Formanek was arraigned on the charges and released. He’s due in court at a later date.
 

Fairport man facing drug charges in Wayne County

A Fairport man is facing drug charges in Wayne County.

Joseph W. Dardzinski, 40, of Fairport, is charged with unlawful possession of marijuana and window tint violation.

State Police stopped Dardzinski on Gates Street in the village of Palmyra on February 17. Dardzinski was issued an appearance ticket to appear in the Village of Palmyra Court on April 1.

New Dunkin' Donuts restaurants open in Palmyra and Henrietta

Now you have two more places to stop for your morning cup of coffee. Two new Dunkin’ Donuts restaurants are now open in the greater Rochester area. The one in Palmyra is on Main Street and the other is on Jefferson Road across the street from the post office in Henrietta.

Both have new contemporary layouts with soft couches- free Wi-Fi-- and additional USB and electrical outlets so you can use your computer at mobile workstations.

Luis Ribeiro said, "We felt that times are changing, people are changing and we want a softer, more inviting environment for the customers to come in.”