Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Down on the Farm


Schramm Strong


Charles Schramm, an 8th grade student at the middle school, has been fighting T-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (T-ALL) since February of this past year. He is currently receiving home instruction while he finishes his main chemo treatments. He is in great spirits and is showing improvement every day, which we are grateful for.

He has had many ups and downs on his road to recovery, including two lengthy stays at Oishei Children's Hospital in Buffalo. While his hospital stays and most of his treatments are covered by insurance, the family still has travel expenses. They are also going to be on the hook for upwards of $15,000 for just one of his maintenance cancer medications that insurance does not cover.

To try to raise money to pay for these expenses, the Schramm Family is holding another benefit on October 16 at Oakfield Town Park. There will be a cornhole tournament, a basket raffle, and a side raffle featuring Beckett-certified, autographed, and framed Bills Jerseys from Josh Allen and Stefon Diggs.

The last benefit had a wonderful turnout and we are hoping this one does as well. The Schramm family is very touched by and thankful for all of the support they have received so far from the Roy-Hart community. Please see the attached flyer for complete details.

If anyone is interested in donating baskets, you may contact Lori Schramm via phone or text at (585)813-7178.

Friday, September 23, 2022

Gasport man struggles against healthcare industry

Bill Bucolo has battled kidney problems since he was a child. Now he’s fighting for full insurance coverage of a kidney transplant. He’s only partly insured by Medicare and without 100% coverage no surgeon will go near him. 


SROs at Roy-Hart

The Royalton-Hartland district’s new school resource officers began work with the start of the new school year. h


Roy-Hart's newest soccer scoring leader

Peter Martillotta has been playing for his father since his 8-and-under days. When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, he had to evaluate the trajectory of his soccer career.

Loving soccer was never an issue, but Martillotta had to decide if he wanted to play in college and if he was willing to give the necessary effort to make it happen. The answer became quite clear and Martillotta took his game to another gear.


Roy-Hart to pay $16,000 for super search

Royalton Hartland Central School District is paying $16,000 to the Western New York Educational Services Council for its help finding a permanent superintendent of schools.


Wall Of Fame


Fall Festival in Hartland


September food pantry distribution


Thursday, September 1, 2022

Boyler retires after 21 years of service

Today the town of Hartland says farewell to Cynthia Boyler, the Hartland Town Clerk. Cindy severed the Town as a Deputy Clerk for 10 years starting in September 2001 before serving as Town Clerk for over 11 years. Town officials wish her well in her retirement and thank her for her years of dedication to the Town of Hartland.

Sunday, August 28, 2022

Accident victims IDed

Niagara County Sheriff's Office Press Release: MEDIA RELEASE

MUNICIPALITY: Town of Hartland
DATE/TIME: 8/26/2022 at 0122 hours


Hartland, NY- The parties involved in the motor vehicle
accident which occurred on Ridge Road on August 26, 2022 at
0122 hours, have been identified as follows; The deceased
passenger was 46 year old Stacy L. Donnelly of Middleport,
New York. The operator of the vehicle was identifed as 45
year old Eric S. Gardner of Niagara Falls, New York.

Investigation by The Niagara County Sheriff's Office
Accident Investigation Unit into the incident is

Friday, August 19, 2022

Niagara Wine Trail and Bills alumni team up

Buffalo Bills Alumni members will be stationed at various Niagara Wine Trail locations during the Trail's Preseason Kick-Off event for photograph and autograph opportunities.

Lou Piccone & Booker Edgerson will be at Becker Farms Sunday, August 21 from 12-2pm

$45 presale tickets available until today at noon, or $50 at the door while supplies last:


Thursday, August 18, 2022

Beltran having an impact in the Navy

Jerry Beltran, a 2019 graduate of Roy-Hart, is supporting the US Navy's “Take Charge and Move Out” mission:


Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Jackass Love video

Michele DeLuca's documentary "Jackass Love" about Gasport's Whispering River Animal Rescue can be watched here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-2yz6PdpTE4

Friday, August 5, 2022

Crystal sale next weekend


Food pantry cupboard

The Gasport Food Pantry has added a 24/7 option to its regular monthly distributions: A cupboard has been placed at the corner of Main and Church Streets. If you are in need, please use it.