• Lucille J. (Kinton) Steeves

    Chili: Monday, February 13, 2017 at age 87. Predeceased by her husbands, Dale E. Kinton and John K. Steeves Jr.; Survived by children, Thomas (Catherine) Kinton, Kathryn (Ray) Merz, John (Mary) Kinton, Karen Weathers, Kristin (Charles) Worischeck,...

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  • Who will be the next President?

    Why will Republicans in Congress push for an investigation of the President and Vice President’s actions? If they don’t push now they may not be able to elect someone dog catcher in the near future. It is...

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  • Homesteads for Hope sign. Photo by Maggie Fitzgibbon.
    Homesteads for Hope

    Hope for a life and a new beginning Jennyrae Brongo has a vision to help others. This young woman is determined to make her vision become a reality. Six years ago, Jennyrae and her mom Luann had...

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    Lions Stuff the Trailer

    The Brockport Lions Club held their annual Stuff the Trailer event Sunday, January 29 to benefit The Brockport Food Shelf. Many volunteers and those dropping off donations enjoyed chili and hot chocolate with the Lions Club. Afterwards,...

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    DECA Club receives check

    The DECA Club of Spencerport High School received a check at the annual Awards Banquet for the Spencerport Area Chamber of Commerce which was DECA’s share of the proceeds of the Chamber of Commerce golf tournament held...

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  • Churchville-Chili seniors headed to bright careers in college sports (l-r):  Ilia Bagley, Rian McMullen, Skylar Burlee, Marko Mitrevski and Laura Freeman.
    Churchville-Chili athletes sign commitments for college

    Five of Churchville-Chili High School’s most outstanding athletes recently signed National Letters of Intent or letters of commitment for their chosen colleges. Laura Freeman, who has played varsity tennis at Churchville-Chili since eighth grade, has signed a...

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  • Pictured (l-r): Back - Superintendent Mickey Edwards, BOE President Debbie List, Michelle Caballero, Deputy Matt Butler, John Durand, Mike List; front - Kim Carlson and Bob Fedele.
    Byron-Bergen School completes Safety Audit

    At the beginning of the 2016-2017 school year, the Byron-Bergen Central School District began a formal School Safety Audit. The purpose of this audit was to examine the overall safety within the district, and if needed, make...

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    Brockport Village Board – Clean energy, waterfront revitalization/sidewalk grants

    Brockport Village Trustees are taking the first steps in procuring an electric vehicle for the Building Department/Code Enforcement office. During their regular meeting Monday, February 6, trustees authorized Trustee Katherine Kristansen to move forward with the process...

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  • Brockport Police Department blotter

    From January 30 to February 5, the Brockport Police Department handled 758 calls for service, were dispatched to five family trouble calls, five motor vehicle accidents, 12 suspicious person/incident calls, two warrant subject calls, two in progress...

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  • Sue Savard holds the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award she received during the February 6 regular meeting of the Brockport Village Board. K. Gabalski photo.
    History takes center stage at Brockport Village Board

    Members of the Brockport Village Board presented Sue Savard with the Monika W. Andrews Creative Volunteer Leadership Award during their regular meeting Monday, February 6. The annual award recognizes those who have provided outstanding service to their...

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