The Rich-Twinn Octagon House is a tribute to the exhaustive restoration efforts and united spirit of the village.
Painstaking restorative efforts have made this early 19th-century log cabin the best surviving example of housing built by the earliest Holland Land Purchase settlers.
Just southwest of Medina are "the remains of one of the most interesting ancient earthworks in the State." Archaeological findings over the past 40 years have reinterpreted the roots of this Indian site from early America.
The Director of the Pedaling History Bicycle Museum shares his discovery of a landmark building complete with rare interior descriptions.
The restoration of Shea's entrance façade is more than an embellishment. It will be an important symbolic transformation.
"Tony" Bannon, director of the museum, tells the story of George Eastman with choice photos from one of the world's greatest photo image collections.
A history of the legal, financial and physical problems of opening Western New York to settlement, with emphasis on how the great survey of 1797 to 1800 was carried out by chief surveyor, Joseph Ellicott.
From inside the shelter of a privileged life, she started to help people anonymously. Now the foundation she started has taken on a life of its own.