• Saving Seed

    Gardeners owe much to seed savers.  There would be no heirloom varieties of vegetables and flowers if someone had not made the effort to save the seed from year to year. Seed saving requires some planning and...

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  • Milliner group
    Ogden Historical Society presented Alexander Milliner Day on October 14

    The Ogden Historical Society presented Alexander Milliner Day on October 14. Milliner served as a drummer boy in George Washington’s bodyguard and later served as a soldier in the Revolutionary War. The program began at the historic...

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  • Shown in center of photo are Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich, Richard Yolevich and his wife Susan, surrounded by members of the Greece Town Board. Provided photo
    Proclamation and medals presented to Richard Yolevich

    Richard Yolevich has received the award of the New York State Medal for Merit and New York State Conspicuous Service Star. Greece Town Supervisor Bill Reilich  presented the award, joined by Town Board Members Mike Barry, Brett...

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  • Gates heart patient runs 50th 5K

    Gates heart patient and senior runner Bruce Rychwalski, 68, ran in his 50th 5K of the year on Sunday, October 15, during Laura’s Gifts 2017 Courage 5K Run at YMCA Camp North Point in Hilton. Laura (Gioseffi)...

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  • Kiwanis Club of Spencerport given presentation

    The Kiwanis Club of Spencerport was given a presentation by the Westside YMCA at a recent meeting. Giving the presentation was Chris Mangone, the Westside District VP. Located on Elmgrove Road, the Westside YMCA, which officially opened...

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  • Sweden Town Board takes no action on proposed zoning change

    Residents in the Crestview Drive neighborhood off Lake Road in the Town of Sweden told town council members during a public hearing October 24, that they do not want more commercial development near their homes. A public...

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  • Tops honors veterans and active military with discount on Veterans Day

    Tops Friendly Markets has announced that the company will offer military personnel and their immediate families an 11 percent discount off of their grocery bill this Veterans Day. On Saturday, November 11, Tops Markets will honor an...

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  • Four musical ensembles join forces to honor veterans with special concert

    The Amadeus Chorale Youth Singers, Spencerport Community Chorus, Brockport Symphony Orchestra, and the Temple Beth El Orchestra will join forces to present their “Veterans Day Celebration Concert” on Sunday, November 5 at 3 p.m. in the Temple...

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  • Veteran Brockport firefighter re-elected trustee of FASNY Firemen’s Home

    Alan C. Way, a 54-year member of the Brockport Fire Department, has been re-elected for his second term to the Board of Trustees of the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY) Firemen’s Home. The...

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  • Dave Moore (left), foreman in the Village Department of Public Works stands with Greg Didas, owner of BBT Construction Services, Inc. They worked together to remove the last two clock hands while the main job was repairing the United Methodist Church roof. Photo by Dianne Hickerson
    Personal connections and generous support keep Brockport’s tower clock project on course

    Brockport’s historic tower clock atop the United Methodist Church has been removed for repair after 100 years of operation.  But, a glitch occurred in the process.  Two hands were left on one of the four clock faces,...

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