Cousins Anthony Bailey and Jackson Fanaro were both born with Cystic Fibrosis (CF), the #1, fatal, genetic disease. Over 30,000 children and adults in the U.S, and over 70,000 people worldwide are affected by this devastating illness. It is estimated that more than 10 million Americans are symptom-less carriers of Continue reading →
“Our children actually were the first to notice something was ‘off’,” recalls Eileen Asaro. Her husband John was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease about 18-months ago, after his children began questioning why he was repeating himself so often, and he started having serious problems with directions while driving. “We were actually Continue reading →
Fairport’s historic lift bridge is 100 years old! That will be the focus of the September 16 program at the Fairport Museum, 18 Perrin St, at 7:00 PM. (Note the new time.) All are welcome to attend, learn more about this structure’s history, and enjoy some fascinating stories. This unique Continue reading →
What makes you think that the house where the album came from is abandoned property? After all, I still live on the farm and pay the taxes and electric bill. Where is your RESPECT for me and my family? I guess all you know is destruction and stealing and I Continue reading →
I would like to publically THANK the young lady and her mother for returning my wedding album from 51 years ago that she found in the road. Again thank you very much.