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    Clarkson Town Supervisor donates first year’s salary

    Clarkson Town Supervisor Jerry Underwood (left) recently donated his first year’s salary to the Seymour Library, which serves the Clarkson/Sweden/Brockport  community.  Supervisor Underwood noted that the library has struggled financially in recent years and has been forced...

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  • Kendall Lions hold 15th annual Chicken Barbecue

    The Kendall Lions Club will hold their 15th annual Chicken Barbecue on Saturday, February 3.  Pick-up from noon to 2 p.m. at the Kendall United Methodist Church at 1808 Kendall Road, Kendall. Donation is $9 with take...

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  • Lawrence secures funding for local American Legion post

    New York State Assemblyman Peter Lawrence presented a check in the amount of $2,500 on January 14, to members of the Board of Directors of the Ferris Goodridge Post #330 of the American Legion, in Spencerport. Assemblyman...

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  • Girls Day Out in Brockport

    Twelve merchants located on either Main Street or Market Street in Downtown Brockport will be offering a variety of Girls Day Out activities in their stores on Saturday, February 3 from noon to 5 p.m. Activities include...

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  • Ogden Planning Board approves second community solar project

    By a vote of 5-1, members of the Ogden Planning Board January 11 gave preliminary and final site plan approval to Delaware River Solar, LLC, for a solar energy facility proposed at 760 Washington Street. The project...

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  • Slaughter announces $12 million grant awards to fight homelessness

    Congresswoman Louise M. Slaughter (NY-25) announced that the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has awarded more than $12 million in grant awards for organizations across Rochester to continue the fight against homelessness. This funding is...

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  • Greece Regional Chamber to host business and education luncheon

    On February 1, the Greece Regional Chamber of Commerce and presenting sponsor Bryant & Stratton College will be hosting Emerging Issues in Business and Education: A Moderated Panel Discussion at Ridgemont Country Club. The event, which runs...

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  • Lawrence alerts pistol permit holders of approaching deadline

    Assemblyman Peter Lawrence (R,C,I-Greece) is reminding all New York state pistol permit holders of an approaching deadline that calls for the recertification of their pistol permits. Holders must recertify their permits five years after the date their...

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  • Meredith Minier (holding microphone), who lost her husband to suicide, told those attending the Evening of Healing in Kendall January 16, not to beat themselves up with guilt after the loss of a loved one who has taken their own life. “The only way to heal is to go through the brambles, not around them,” she said.
    Evening of Healing brings Kendall community together

    An Evening of Healing sponsored by the Orleans County Department of Mental Health and the Orleans County Suicide Prevention Coalition brought members from across the community together to help address the sudden traumatic losses which have recently...

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  • Doom the winter gloom with Kohlfahrt at GCV&M

    Weary of these short and gloomy winter days and yearning for something to raise your spirits? Genesee Country Village & Museum has found the answer in Kohlfahrt  – a German-inspired event that combines outdoor activity, booze and...

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