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Byron-Bergen students inducted into National Junior Honor Society

On March 19, a distinguished group of 23 students from Byron-Bergen Jr. High School was welcomed into the National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) by its President, Lauren Burke. Ms. Burke addressed the audience with a challenge: Continue to excel in the five qualities that members of National Junior Honor Society Continue reading →

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George Eastman House presents the 2014 Light & Motion Gala

George Eastman House will host its second Light & Motion Gala in New York City on Monday, May 5. The event, which highlights the museum’s work in photograph and film preservation and restoration, will pay tribute to the accomplishments of emerging and established artists in the fields of motion pictures Continue reading →

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EDUCATION REFORM NEEDS TO PUT ‘CHILDREN BEFORE POLITICS’

The Assembly Minority Conference launched a new website in March– “Children Before Politics” – which provides insights and information about how we can fix what’s wrong in our education system, and allow kids across New York State to have a better educational experience. Providing high-quality education is the most important thing we Continue reading →

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Local Students win Chancellor’s Award for Excellence

A former construction worker and president-elect of the SUNY Student Assembly, a two-time U.S. Olympian, a union electrician, a “40 under 40 Rising Star,” a teacher’s assistant and an assistant director of a seven-time, state-championship-winning marching band, are the 2014 SUNY Empire State College recipients of the Chancellor’s Award for Continue reading →

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Habitat for Humanity is looking for a family in Honeoye

Habitat for Humanity of Ontario County needs your help. We have recently acquired property in Honeoye and are looking for a Habitat family!! If you have lived in Ontario County for at least six months and have a housing need you may qualify (current rent has you debt-burdened, overcrowded, substandard Continue reading →