Ontario County’s premier outdoor performance venue, Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center in Hopewell, is coming back to life. This year will mark the venue’s 30th season.
It can be hard to find free time when you’re living a double life. Just ask Brighton High School graduate Jessica Tretter.
By day, Tretter is a Starbucks barista, often waking up at 4 a.m. to open the cafe in the Village of Pittsford. By night, she is a professional ballerina, heading to the gym and then to the Rochester City Ballet for classes, rehearsals, and costume fittings from 1-9 p.m.
Tretter’s dual occupations have earned her the nickname, “the balletrista.”
The Allendale Columbia senior wins the Class C title and finishes third overall at the Section 5 individiual tournament on Saturday at Ridgemont Country Club. Pittsford Sutherland junior Doug Kulikowski wins the overall title after shooting a 76.
Though dogs have long been considered man’s best friend, you still can’t send your favorite pooch a friend request on Facebook. One Brighton resident hopes to change that by bringing local dogs into the digital age with Dogways, a new social network for dog owners and businesses.
As a district, we have taken a cautious and conservative approach to our budgeting over the years, balancing the needs of children with the community’s ability to pay.