• Tips for Parents: Going Out Check-list

    As the nice weather approaches and children are on break from school, families often head out for some family fun at amusement parks, movie theaters, the mall or other public places. Use this checklist provided by National...

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  • Dick Clifford with Happy the Clown at the 2017 Jamboree. Photo by Kathryn Dishong.
    Linda Clifford Memorial Jamboree scheduled for Sunday, May 5

    Dick Clifford is preparing for the third annual Memorial Jamboree at the Brockport Elks Lodge to honor his wife Linda who passed away three years ago from throat cancer. April 29, 2016 Linda passed away, taking a...

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    Women of the Westside: Part three – Jean Martin Brooks of Brockport

    A series celebrating Women’s History Month by shining the light on local women of wisdom with long lineages of life in towns on the westside “We as women have the complete freedom to pick and choose what...

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  • Shown is the original Wittman homestead on Ogden Center Road, Ogden. It is now the residence of Patricia (Wittman) Brown and her family. At the far right is the home of Mary (Wittman) Rupp. Also on the family farm land, but not shown, is the home now occupied by Mary Rupp’s daughter and her family. Photo by Karen Fien.
    Women of the Westside: Part Two – Mary (Wittman) Rupp

    A series celebrating Women’s History Month by shining the light on local women of wisdom with long lineages of life in towns on the westside “A wonderful life on a farm” were the words that Mary (Wittman)...

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  • Helen Lemcke with her mother Myrtle.
    Women of the Westside: Part One – Helen Lemcke

    A series celebrating Women’s History Month by shining the light on local women of wisdom with long lineages of life in towns on the westside  Tight knit; those are the words that describe Helen Lemcke’s family of...

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  • Edward Suk (left) and Scott Berne (right) in front of the Training Center on Lake Avenue. Photo by Karen Fien
    Local abuduction survivor making a difference in the lives of children

    Eleven years ago Scott Berne, a parental abduction survivor, shared with the world the journey of his childhood experiences in the release of his book Extraordinary Circumstances. The book has been sold worldwide and describes his survival...

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  • Brockport church provides a Pray-Ground for children

      Pastor Nick Dorland of First Presbyterian Church of Brockport envisioned the church to be very welcoming to families and youth. As part of the approach to prioritize families, he and the planning committee decided to implement...

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  • Community event on youth vaping to be held in Hilton

    HPDICE, a non profit organization, is western Monroe County’s coalition that works within the community to raise awareness, educate, help with prevention and provide recovery strategies to families. On Tuesday, February 5, they are providing a free...

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  • Nicavengelists performing at Lakeshore Community Church in Greece.
    Nicavengelists in Brockport while seeking asylum

    Earlier this year, protests in Nicaragua began against the social security reforms decreed by their president. The reforms increased taxes and decreased benefits, which led to demonstrations in several cities protesting against the changes. The reforms and...

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  • Officer Elliot Cave, Chief Mark Cuzzupoli and Lt. Steve Mesiti.
    Beards behind badges in Brockport

    If you saw the Brockport Police officers looking a little scruffier than usual that’s because they are showing their support for those affected by cancer. Chief Mark Cuzzupoli, in conjunction with Sgt. Robert Hagen, made an exception...

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