Melody Burri, Messenger Post Media

Melody Burri

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Canandaigua, NY, United States

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Past articles by Melody:

Victor has a new hiking trail. Learn about who inspired Helen's Way

Get to know the late Helen Bishop by hiking this two-mile trail off County Road 9. → Read More

A fair to remember: Ontario County Fair continues through July 31

Canceled last year due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Ontario County Fair is back, and continuing through July 31 → Read More

Ontario County Historical Society welcomes new executive director

Cody Grabhorn takes the helm, in time for the Historical Society's third annual garden tour Saturday. → Read More

'Community of Heroes' celebrated on Fourth of July

Holiday parade returns to the city in a big way. → Read More

American flag saluted; Revolutionary War, unknown soldiers remembered in East Bloomfield

DAR grant helps keep history alive in East Bloomfield. → Read More

Soup in the city: Taking the edge off hunger in Geneva

Chef Samantha Buyskes whips up free gourmet meals for food insecure families. → Read More

Churches in pandemic: Together but apart

Pastors and priests continue to provide hope and help in unaccustomed ways → Read More

Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson: ‘I truly love doing the job’

The 36-year veteran of the office recaps 2019 and looks ahead to 2020 → Read More

Veterans treated to lunch and laughs in Victor

The Veterans Appreciation Lunch in Victor treated 70 veterans and guests to a meal and comedy → Read More

Treaty of Canandaigua: 'This treaty is still important'

The import of the Treaty of Canandaigua — and of honoring all treaties made with tribes — is the topic at the George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum → Read More

Canandaigua City Court Judge Robert Muehe's portrait to join courthouse gallery

Ontario County Courthouse will be home to a painting honoring the late judge, lawyer and World War II prisoner of war → Read More

Letters to My Angel: Surviving after child's death

Journaling initiative offers healing and comfort to grieving parents. → Read More

Two battle for Victor's top town job

Republican Supervisor Jack Marren is being challenged by Democrat Robert J. Klein → Read More

4 square off for Farmington Town Board

Incumbents Nathan Bowerman and Ronald Herendeen face challengers Bryan Adams and James Campbell → Read More

Contest entry is a work of art for Honeoye student

Troa Vimahi captures Cathedral Saint-Pierre de Rennes and Rochester City Hall in pen and ink → Read More

Building bridges, from Finger Lakes to France

Honeoye/Gananda students host French counterparts from Rochester’s sister city, Rennes → Read More

Moyers, Winship talk racism, politics, role of media

The George M. Ewing Canandaigua Forum at FLCC examines ‘The State of the Union and Its Peoples’ → Read More

New home, new 'neighbors' for Victor Farmington Food Cupboard?

Victor/Farmington Food Cupboard seeks a new location and family sponsors in the Neighbors Feeding Neighbors Program → Read More

FLCC students move on, with promise of help

Commencement speaker Ginny Clark says family, friends and community are willing to help grads navigate their path → Read More

‘Freezin’ for a reason’ in Canandaigua

The 2019 Polar Plunge at Kershaw Park today raises $80,000 for Special Olympics New York → Read More