Monthly Archives: March 2016

  • Last minute tax filers can get help, and for most it is free

    Last minute tax filers can get help, and for most it is free BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – You might remember the long lines at the post office every year on April 15th, “Tax Day”–tax returns had to be postmarked no later than midnight–or face the taxman’s wrath. Those days…

  • Clover Lanes closes, opens new chapter

    Clover Lanes closes, opens new chapter The veteran bowling alley will close Thursday and another center will open at a new location this fall.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Clover Lanes closes, opens new chapter

  • NY budget secrecy spurs critics

    NY budget secrecy spurs critics Like last year, lawmakers will race to the midnight budget deadline.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News NY budget secrecy spurs critics

  • Doorley says she is reviewing I-Square controversy

    Doorley says she is reviewing I-Square controversy Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley said her office is performing an “informal inquiry,” not a formal investigation.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Doorley says she is reviewing I-Square controversy

  • Binghamton University student injured in Greyhound shooting

    Binghamton University student injured in Greyhound shooting (WBNG Binghamton) A Binghamton University student is among those who were injured in a shooting in Richford, Virginia, according to the college. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News Binghamton University student injured in Greyhound shooting

  • Staggered $15 NY wage gets mixed reviews

    Staggered NY wage gets mixed reviews New York is expected to have a staggered schedule for when different parts of the state will get a $15 wage.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Staggered NY wage gets mixed reviews

  • LISTEN: Doorley says no formal investigation on handling of I-Square

    LISTEN: Doorley says no formal investigation on handling of I-Square On Thursday, Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley said her office is making an informal inquiry of the handling of the I-Square matter.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News LISTEN: Doorley says no formal investigation on…

  • Cornell’s Jewelers shines gems for generations

    Cornell’s Jewelers shines gems for generations Jewelry company has grown substantially since Harry Cornell wound his first watch.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Cornell’s Jewelers shines gems for generations

  • Paetsch: older, wiser and, on May 4, a little more free

    Paetsch: older, wiser and, on May 4, a little more free Former Amerk has carried on while penalty for role in gambling ring has been carried out            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Paetsch: older, wiser and, on May 4, a little more free