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A former winner of a scholarship from the Geneseo Garden Club has received the Club’s Environmental Award for 2013.More→
The debate over keeping or removing the Letchworth Park railroad trestle has made for strange bedfellows.More→
Curious walkers are less limited to village sidewalks and more able to find nearby places to spend a few moments breathing in the natural world.More→
As gas prices climb and people continue to embrace the benefits of human locomotion, new taxpayers will thank their loval governments for their foresight.More→
A footbrige crossing the Genesee River, parallel to Route 36 at the Leicester-Mount Morris boundary, will be open to Genesee Valley Greenway Trail traffic — hikers, bicyclists and horseback riders — next year.
Do you need some fresh ideas to help get off the couch and into the great outdoors? The Livingston County Chamber of Commerce can help you with that. At last week’s annual Taste of Livingston dinner, the Chamber unveiled two new cards for its Lets Go Hike and Bike collection, with each card revealing a destination to either hike, bike, or in one case, paddle.More→
Insights columnist Lou Lombardo explains that firewood, fresh vegetables and soup help keep us fit as the weather grows colderMore→