• The Brockport Fire Department’s impressive entry won 2nd Place. K. Gabalski photo
    Brockport holiday parade spectators enjoy great weather and holiday lights

    A huge crowd lined Main Street in downtown Brockport Sunday, December 3, for the 7th annual Holiday Light Spectacular parade. With mild temperatures and calm conditions, a few people attended in shorts and shirt sleeves while others...

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    Hamlin Recreation receives awards

    The Hamlin Recreation Department has distinguished itself again at the 2017 Genesee Valley Recreation and Parks annual conference which took place on November 17 at Frontier Field in Rochester. The department received the Multimedia Award for its...

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    Super Moon

    Super Moon on Sunday night from Bangs Road in Churchville. Photo by Joe Pompili

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  • Northwood Elementary School staff and family members Candice Hudson, Kristin Coon, Julia Coon, Colleen Coles, Claire Coles, Amy Jensen, Jessica Thompson, Leah Thompson, Shane Thompson and Eric Thompson drop off 75 bags of clothing at Willow Domestic Violence Center. Provided photo
    Northwood donates 75 bags of clothes to Willow House

    The Social Justice Committee at Northwood Elementary School in Hilton recently held a clothing drive to bring awareness to Domestic Violence Awareness Month in October. The drive was a resounding success with over 75 bags of clothing...

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    Brockport student earns Black Belt

    The College at Brockport Recreational Services Tae Kwon Do Program is pleased to announce that a long time participant, Matthew Too, has recently been promoted to the rank of First Degree Black Belt in the WMAA. Matthew...

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  • Sweet, tiny and easy to care for miniature plants are a fun and beautiful way for gardeners to keep “growing” through the long winter months.  An assortment with a planter would make a great Christmas gift for anyone who loves to grow things. These are available at Sara’s Garden Center in Brockport. K. Gabalski photo
    Gifts for gardeners

    If you’re looking to find a gift for the gardener in your life or just looking to treat yourself, there’s plenty of useful, fun and beautiful items available this Christmas that can be enjoyed right now or...

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  • Large equipment being used for the Canal Corp vegetation management project sits off Redman Road on Saturday, November 25. K. Gabalski photo
    Canal Corp officials, Brockport officials and residents discuss vegetation management project

    Brockport Mayor Margaret Blackman says a meeting November 8 between  Canal Corp officials, village leaders and residents regarding the ongoing vegetation management project went well. “I was pleased they sent out the people they did,” the mayor...

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    Brockport community remembers more than a half-century of emergency medical service from Brockport Ambulance

    “The village will feel the difference,” says Josephine Matela, former Brockport mayor and president of the Greater Brockport Development Corporation, regarding the sudden ceasing of operations of the Brockport Ambulance on November 21. “It’s a huge loss,”...

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  • Byron-Bergen’s top vocal talents prepare for their debut with the RPO Festival High School Chorale at the season’s Gala Holiday Pops concert. (l-r) Jerome Spinks, Esther Wilkins, Mason Fuller, Stephanie Buell, Josh Phelps, Hannah VanSkiver and Brian Ireland. Not present: Sydney Brown. Provided photo
    Byron-Bergen vocalists join elite RPO Festival High School Chorale

    The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra’s Festival High School Chorale, a group of nearly 200 of the finest vocal talents from more than 30 high schools in a seven-county area, has been part of the popular Gala Holiday Pops...

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  • Hilton High School seniors Ray Ottman and Holland Long sign letters of intent to play collegiate sports. Provided photo
    Hilton Cadets sign letters of intent

    Hilton High School seniors Holland Long and Ray Ottman recently celebrated signing letters of intent to play collegiate sports in a ceremony attended by family, coaches and friends. Holland is headed to the University of Akron to...

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