• Reps. Katko, Slaughter announce FEMA aid for Cayuga, Monroe Counties

    U.S. Representatives John Katko (NY-24) and Louise Slaughter (NY-25), announced  that, following their advocacy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has granted aid requests previously denied for Cayuga and Monroe Counties. “I’m pleased that FEMA amended their...

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  • Buffalo Bills coach comes to Brockport

    Brockport’s Christ Community Church welcomes the community to come hear Buffalo Bills Defensive Backs Coach Gill Byrd share his story at the church’s Super Bowl service February 4. Byrd’s addition to the coaching staff last year marked...

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  • Hawley announces $5.5 million available in new grants for farmers

    Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) announced that $5.5 million is now available to farmers and agricultural producers as part of two new grant programs. The awards are aimed toward farmland conservation, assisting farmers in identifying available land and...

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  • John Adriance with his grandson Jason and son Patrick Adriance. Provided photo
    Retired teacher publishes book which provides insight into young minds

    It’s not easy being in 7th grade, but a new e-book compiled and published by John Adriance of Spencerport and his son, Patrick, helps to acquaint readers with the hopes and concerns of 11- and 12-year-olds who...

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  • Art crosses the Mason-Dixon Line in Southern Sampler exhibition

    Tim Massey, the director of the Tower Fine Arts Center Gallery, comes from Tennessee. The candid photos he takes on his visits home depict rolling hills and contraptions full of Southern ingenuity. As a Southerner working in...

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  • Love without Violence arts contest

    Students from elementary school through college are asked to submit one piece of art to the Love without Violence Arts Contest that shows how the greater Brockport community is a loving community for all citizens, those who...

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  • Half of opioid overdoses in the Finger Lakes associated with a pain prescription

    For years, patients struggling with opioid abuse have reported that their dependence on powerful painkillers began with a prescription from their doctor. Now a new study shows just how pervasive this pathway to addiction is in the...

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  • Volunteers needed to teach adults literacy skills

    Literacy Volunteers of Rochester has several one-hour onboarding sessions scheduled for anyone interested in becoming a tutor or a digital literacy navigator.  After attending one of these sessions, volunteers may participate in one of their training workshops....

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  • Tops launches annual Check Out Hunger campaign

    Tops Friendly Markets is encouraging the community to support its annual Check Out Hunger campaign to benefit participating food banks beginning Sunday, January 28 and continuing through Saturday, February 17.  Since 2006, Tops has raised over $3...

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  • Hilton NHS Group CROPPED
    Seventy-two students inducted into Hilton Chapter of NHS

    Parents, Board of Education members, administrators and staff gathered on January 21 at Hilton High School to honor the induction of 72 students – 65 juniors and seven seniors – into the Hilton chapter of the National...

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