By William Bradseth, Emily Conn and Marti Feyerabend If you’ve been to Brockport, you may have caught a glimpse of village history from the corner of your eye. You’re headed north on Main Street and it catches your attention. The… Read More ›
By: Kari Ashworth For many student-athletes, balancing school, athletics, and work can prove to be difficult. However, it is the structure and support of the athletic programs that allow student-athletes to flourish in the transitional nature of college. Bailey Pratt,… Read More ›
“I am most often the only person in a meeting who looks like me… and after a while that becomes taxing,” Archie said. “Unfortunately, as an African American male, I will never have the privilege that I can choose to say ‘I’m not gonna be an advocate today.’”
By: Alyssa Birkholz, Maranda Meisenzahl, Melody Ascione CLARKSON, NY- As the winter season approaches, Clarkson residents begin to hang up their rakes, dust off their snow shovels and prepare for snow-covered roads in preparation for the winter season. Clarkson residents… Read More ›
The small town of Hamlin will soon be getting a big addition: A 182 foot tall wind turbine on Redman Road.
By Kari Ashworth, Lauryn Jodush, Socrates Maura and Maricruz Reyes With the recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report about the health outbreak associated with vaping, Gov. Andrew Cuomo banned flavored e-cigarettes. Vapor World is one local business… Read More ›