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The Town of Mendon and the Village of Honeoye Falls are today quiet western New York suburbs, but they weren’t always so idyllic. In years past, the village was a center of commerce, manufacturing and railroads, and by the mid-nineteenth century, this prosperity brought with it an element of mayhem. Continue reading →

Roc Acupuncture

Local Acupuncturists Unite to Form RocAcupuncture

Forty licensed acupuncturists from our region have formed a regional professional association to spread the word about this proven medical modality to patients and western medical professionals alike. Officially founded in 2012, RocAcupuncture is led by four licensed acupuncturists, each representing different acupuncture and wellness centers throughout the Rochester area. Continue reading →

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Three Cheers for Volunteers

Volunteering costs nothing ─ a shoulder to lean on, an ear to listen, or a tune to hum. And it pays in dividends uncounted. That’s the motivation behind several young adults who have been spending time with seniors at Westwood Commons, a DePaul Senior Living Community in North Chili. “I Continue reading →

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New Book Highlights the History of Pittsford

The rich history of Pittsford began in 1789, when Revolutionary War veterans Simon and Israel Stone purchased 13,298 acres of land in Western New York. Early settlers Stephen Lusk and Caleb Hopkins, a War of 1812 hero, established prosperous farms in Pittsford that have flourished for 200 years. These men Continue reading →