• SUNY, CUNY to waive app fees for veterans and spouses

    On Sunday, Nov. 10, New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the wavering of SUNY and CUNY college application fees for veterans and their spouses. While the notice was recently served by Cuomo, SUNY and CUNY's Board of Trustees will carry out the change in the days to come.  

  • Inclusive housing available to Brockport residents

    Officially open to residents and tenants since October 2017, Frances Apartments, a 56-unit complex located at 1 Lifetime Way, is one of the very few tenements within the Town of Sweden to offer housing for individuals with developmental disabilities. 

  • Brockway renovation plans submitted to New York State

    Brockway Dining Hall may be getting an upgrade in the coming years. The College at Brockport has submitted a project request form to New York State, which will be reviewed by Albany.

  • Brockport Police Department raises money for cancer research

    The Brockport Police Department (BPD) is participating in Beards for Bucks to raise money for 13thirty Cancer Connect and Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

  • Village Board Meeting focuses on incentive zoning

    Village of Brockport Mayor Margaret Blackman called the bimonthly village board meeting to order at 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 18. The meeting kicked off with a "Brockport Historic Moment," shared by Village Historian William G. Andrews. He touched on the ratification of the 20th Amendment, sharing the stories of the Susan B. Anthony and her fight for women's rights.  

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  • Men's basketball remains focused on postseason goals

    Within the last 10 years of play, The College at Brockport men's basketball team has failed to miss a single postseason, placing the program at the top caliber of performers. During its previous campaign, Brockport came six points short of winning the SUNYAC Tournament. As the team refreshes itself for the 2019-20 season and prepares for the first batch of games, it's ambitions haven't dropped. 

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