This is shaping up to be a classic game and a memorable one for the young men: Roy-Hart takes on neighboring Medina this Saturday in the B2 championship game. Imagine playing this game and then hurrying to your graduation! https://orleanshub.com/roy-hart-ousts-cleve-hill-to-gain-b2-final/
Thursday, June 24, 2021
The Lockport town board advanced a proposed six-month moratorium on large solar energy projects. The moratorium now excludes the Slayton Settlement Road solar project
Wednesday, June 23, 2021
Monday, June 21, 2021
Thank you to Jesse Bieber for sharing this news on the Memories of Royalton, Gasport and Middleport Facebook page.
Saturday, June 19, 2021
My heart goes out to Billy & Mary Anne.
Wednesday, June 16, 2021
Tuesday, June 15, 2021
Roy-Hart sophomore Lorna Becker is set to lead NY FFA's District 9:
Monday, June 14, 2021
From Port's Pizza's Facebook page..
Thank you all!
Thursday, June 10, 2021
Gasport's Newroyal Orchards has teamed up with CCE Niagara to fight hunger with the Veggie Van:
The Slayton Settlement Road solar project was front and center at last night's Lockport board meeting:
In nine starts, Roy-Hart's superstar student-athlete Reanna Perkins has 110 strikeouts — a 12.2 per game average — and she entered Tuesday's action with a .891 ERA (she's pretty darn good with the bat, too)
The DEC has proposed some changes for deer hunting, among them:
Wednesday, June 9, 2021
Tuesday, June 8, 2021
Per the Governor’s comments this afternoon, it appears that as a result of conversations with the CDC, only the mandate to wear masks outdoors will be lifted. All other requirements for schools will remain in place, including wearing masks indoors except during mask breaks and when eating.
As this situation develops, we will keep the entire school community posted with any change in guidance. Effective immediately students and staff do not need to wear masks outdoors during any type of activity/event.
We appreciate your continued patience.
Dr. Hank Stopinski
Monday, June 7, 2021
and businesses within the sewer district located in the hamlet of
Gasport have inquired about the circumstances that led to the sewer
surcharge on their latest water bill. They've also asked how long it
will last. Royalton town supervisor Daniel Bragg provides the answers
Sunday, June 6, 2021
From the Roy-Hart website...
Saturday, June 5, 2021
noticed on Facebook, and have been contacted by, Royalton residents who
are shocked by their sewer bills. This goes back to a 2017 letter the
town sent homeowners and businesses in the affected district regarding
sewer upgrades. I have reached out to the town to provide a narrative
that I will share here indicating the why/what of the projects, the
total cost, and cost to households.
Friday, June 4, 2021
Thursday, June 3, 2021
Absolut of Gasport posted the following on their Facebook page:
We also want to be transparent about these management-union negotiations. We met twice in May with representatives of the union, 1199SEIU, and also yesterday. We have great respect for the hard-working, front-line employees. RCA demonstrated this throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by being among the first health-care companies in the state to create a $5-an-hour bonus for our employees working in a COVID area. That consideration is emblematic of our approach to the negotiations.
Since RCA took over Absolut’s operations in March 2020, we:
In the last year, RCA established 3 other contracts with 1199SEIU locals at 4 facilities in WNY and 1 in Painted Post. The employees ratified the contracts, which will pay the CNAs $14.35 an hour. At the negotiating table, RCA offered our Gasport CNAs $14.45 an hour and $14.50 an hour for cooks.”
• longevity bonuses up to $600/person after contract ratification
We expect to agree to a fair and acceptable contract that enhances employees’ salaries and benefits. Thank you.
Tuesday, June 1, 2021
From the Independence Day committee...
After lengthy consideration, the Independence Day Committee, in conjunction with the Hartland Town Board, has decided to forgo the 2021 fireworks celebration in the Hartland Town Park to ensure the continued health and safety of our community. The committee will continue its fundraising efforts to ensure that our next fireworks display will be spectacular. We hope everyone has a happy and healthy summer, and we look forward to seeing you all in 2022. Please follow our Facebook page for upcoming events.