• Whitetail bucks like these are not common in New York State but you never know. One thing for sure you’ll never shoot one from your couch. So go get after them, the season is on! Provided photo
    Whitetail deer opener

    It is hard to beat the beautiful early October days here in Western New York.  I doubt there is any place in the country that has nicer weather at this time of year than we do. As...

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  • People lined up to have their books signed by Len Kasper. Provided photo
    Former resident writes book on Spencer Speedway History

    Len Kasper first attended a race at Spencer Speedway in 1957. For a 20-year period he was a regular at the track as a spectator and a race team crew member who later raced his own Sportsman...

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  • Jim Riley pictured with his family celebrating his 90th birthday on Saturday, September 22.
    Spencerport residents celebrates 90th birthday

    Jim Riley, a life long resident of the Spencerport area, celebrated his 90th birthday at the Spencerport Firemen’s Exempts Club on Saturday, September 22, with friends, family and countless well wishers. He was recognized by the Spencerport...

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  • Four men installing posts at canal (left to right) Jeff Snarr, Harry Donahue, Paul DeGraff and James McKinney are part of a volunteer team at the canal installing six posts which will be part of the boat dock. All are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Brockport, except Harry Donohue, superintendent of the DPW. The project could be completed in the spring or fall when post footers can be installed in the drained canal. The final project will be a floating dock 60 feet by eight feet reached by a 44-foot ramp and a “gangway.” Photo by Dianne Hickerson
    Boat dock brings rowing club plans closer to fulfillment

    Saturday, September 15, was a busy day for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Brockport.  Sixty-one workers from the church at Lake Road and East Avenue volunteered to build a boat dock...

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  • Hilton Commended Students
    Four Hilton seniors named Commended Students in National Merit Scholarship Program

    Four Hilton High School seniors have been named Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program – (l-r) Maverick Clark, Hannah Sarnov, Cassandra Walters and Evan George. Principal Dr. Jeffrey Green presented the students with Letters...

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  • 5K Photo courtesy of Paul Pakusch
    2018 Pineway Ponds 5K Run/Walk

    A group of 123 runners and walkers enjoyed perfect cool, sunny weather during this year’s 2018 Pineway Ponds 5K Run/Walk, presented by the Town of Ogden and the Kiwanis Club of Spencerport.  Age group winners for male...

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  • Brockport Wall of Honor
    Community invited to Brockport CSD’s Athletic Wall of Honor induction ceremony

    Four new names will soon be added to Brockport Central School District’s Athletic Wall of Honor. The 2018 inductees are Peter Agostinelli, athlete, Class of 1987; Casey Balog, athlete, Class of 2003; Jill Finkbeiner-Boadway, athlete, Class of...

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  • Paddle Fest
    Plans underway for Spencerport Paddle Fest

    Plans for a canoeing and kayaking event called Paddle Fest are afoot in Spencerport.  Though the festival itself is slated for fall of 2019, an informational meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on October 1 in...

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  • Walker Fire Department President Chris Flugel (right) presented the plaque to Carolyn Hungerford’s family (l-r) Tim Hungerford, Charles Hungerford and Michelle Johnson.
    Meeting room dedicated in memory of Carolyn Hungerford

    On September 16, the Walker Fire Department and the Hamlin, Morton, Walker fire District dedicated the meeting room in the Walker Fire Hall to their fallen firefighter, Carolyn Hungerford. It would have been her 75th Birthday, and...

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  • The steam engine on the right has an original sign “NOVO Engines and Outfits” with the date 1925. At the left is a pump with its sign “United Engine Co.” stating it can be rented for $49.88 a month. It dates to 1914. Scott Salmon, left, said, “They used to use it to pump out basements.” His partner is Donald Rosario.
    Harvest Festival celebrates the Town of Sweden’s farming roots

    On Saturday, September 15, the Town of Sweden’s annual Harvest Fest was held at the Sweden Farmers Museum on Lake Road South. On a warm breezy day, the event provided demonstrations, displays, arts, vendors, bake sales, and...

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