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.