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On April 2, Lt. Bruce Hummel and ECOs Eoin Snowdon and John Rich participated in the annual season opening fishing derby at Powder Mills Park in the town of Perinton. This popular event has been enjoyed by generations of families for many years, and a number of young anglers came away with t…

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The future looks bright for Tyler Regelsberger, a Churchville-Chili High School senior who plans to take his career in swimming to a new level while working towards a college degree. Regelsberger signed his letter of intent to compete for Division 1 Canisius College at a ceremony on April 16, 2018.

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The Geneseo Central School's Class of 2021 is sponsoring a memorial run for Claire Allen called "Claire's Colorful 5K" on Sunday, May 6th at 9:00am.

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Students at St. Agnes School in Avon donated money to dress down in blue to celebrate Colon Cancer Awareness month in March.  This cause is relevant to the St. Agnes School community as our former 4th grade teacher who retired in June 2017, Miss Sandy DiPasquale, has been battling Colon Canc…

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Avon, New York:  St. Agnes School selects a charity to support every Lenten season.  This year students chose the Bethany House of Rochester which helps women and children in crisis.  Students performed extra chores or good deeds at home or in their community to earn money to donate to the B…

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The Clarendon Historical Society invites to join them for the start of their 2018 season of talks on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at 7:00 PM when Matthew Ballard, Orleans County Historian, will present Stories That Kill!, sharing the stories of several local criminals from bootleggers and thiev…

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Hunters harvested an estimated 203,427 deer during the 2017-18 hunting seasons, about 5% fewer than in 2016-17. The 2017-18 estimated deer take included 95,623 antlerless deer and 107,804 antlered bucks. Statewide, this represents a 10% decline in antlerless harvest and nearly identical buck…

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April 22 is Earth Day, an annual opportunity to celebrate the natural world and get involved in short- and long-term efforts to protect the environment. Here are five ways to celebrate.

  • Amanda Puleo Communication Coordinator and Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent
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Students in Churchville-Chili High School’s Wildlife Ecology class have been hard at work, studying animals, their behavior and their habitats, and then assessing existing books on those subjects. Their aim was to design engaging books for children that would communicate everything they had …

  • Pat May, Perinton Historical Society Director of Communications
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A unique program at the Fairport Museum, “Conversations in Mary’s Home” written by Erica Kortepeter-Ragan, will be performed by the Webster Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Players on Tuesday,  April 17, 7:00 pm at the  museum (18 Perrin St.). Still in the development stages, the play w…

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