While enrollment across the suburban Monroe County school districts over the past 10 years has fallen by an average of 10 percent, the Brighton and Pittsford central school districts have largely avoided that trend.
By the time she was 29 years old, Annie Parker had lost her mother, sister, and a cousin to breast cancer. A film based on Parker’s story, “Decoding Annie Parker,” will premiere in Rochester at the Dryden Theatre in the George Eastman House on Monday, June 24.
Pittsford Crew qualified two boats for the USRowing Youth National Championships in Oak Ridge, Tenn. The regatta took place on Melton Hill Lake from June 7 to 9 where 369 crews from 153 clubs representing 30 states competed.
The Villages at Unity will serve seniors facing memory loss.
The case against the Webster teen accused of setting a fire that killed his father and two brothers could go to the jury, to begin deliberations, as soon as Wednesday.
Have you ever wondered who came up with the signs umpires use in baseball?
That’s exactly what local filmmakers sought to discover in their award-winning documentary, “Signs of the Time,” which recently took home three New York State Emmy Awards.
The film explores the somewhat controversial origins of umpire signals by telling the story of two men credited with inventing baseball signs. It features interviews with former major league ballplayers and present day baseball experts.
The New York Sea Grant Launch Steward Program has expanded to include Sodus Bay, the largest sheltered bay on Lake Ontario. A popular recreational and tourism area, Sodus Bay is an excellent place for the New York Sea Grant Launch Steward Program to be educating the public about the importance of preventing and slowing the spread of harmful aquatic hitchhikers.
Throughout the summer, the stewards are offering on-site watercraft inspections and collecting data on boater awareness of aquatic invasive species here and other launch sites along the eastern Lake Ontario shoreline.