Monthly Archives: May 2016

  • Brockport's Stoneyard Brewing opening east side location

    Brockport's Stoneyard Brewing opening east side location Brockport-based Stoneyard Brewing opening a Beer Hall on Empire Blvd. in Penfield            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Brockport's Stoneyard Brewing opening east side location

  • IG blames elections office for leaked de Blasio report

    IG blames elections office for leaked de Blasio report A report Tuesday by the state Inspector General’s Office blamed a Republican spokesman at the state Board of Elections for leaking an investigation.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News IG blames elections office for leaked de Blasio…

  • Local teen receives prom dress from Golden Globe award-winning actress Gina Rodriguez

    Local teen receives prom dress from Golden Globe award-winning actress Gina Rodriguez BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Talk about finding the best prom dress ever. Jessica Casanova, 17, of Buffalo, New York, recently went to her senior prom in the black Badgley Mischka gown Gina Rodriguez wore to the 2015…

  • SUNY Cortland swim star remembered after tragedy

    SUNY Cortland swim star remembered after tragedy Tragedy in Massachusetts left a New York native dead over the weekend. Jack Jakubek, an alumni from the SUNY Cortland swim team, was reported missing Saturday during a lifeguard fitness test on Pilgrim lake in Orleans, Mass. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News…

  • Man shot near North Clinton Avenue

    Man shot near North Clinton Avenue Rochester police were working the area Tuesday afternoon to determine where a shooting happened.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Man shot near North Clinton Avenue

  • On NEA tour, Slaughter says 'Art never needs to apologize'

    On NEA tour, Slaughter says 'Art never needs to apologize' Slaughter says “art never need apologize” on NEA tour of Rochester art institutions            Source: Rochester New York Latest News On NEA tour, Slaughter says 'Art never needs to apologize'

  • Bathrooms at Albany's Corning Preserve locked on holiday weekend

    Bathrooms at Albany's Corning Preserve locked on holiday weekend Dan DiLillo, the deputy commissioner of the city Department of Public Services, said Tuesday that a vacancy on the park staff and lack of seasonal employees required locking the bathrooms at the conclusion of a worker’s day shift. Councilman Ronald…

  • Schumer secures $575 million in helicopter contracts for Lockheed Martin

    Schumer secures 5 million in helicopter contracts for Lockheed Martin Lockheed outfits the helicopters with defensive systems, data links, adverse weather sensors and other forms of mission-based systems. Source: Binghamton NY Latest News Schumer secures 5 million in helicopter contracts for Lockheed Martin

  • Gouverneur man charged with unlawful imprisonment

    Gouverneur man charged with unlawful imprisonment pGOUVERNEUR — State police on Friday charged Joshua T. Slate, 29, of 1561 County Route 22, with second-degree unlawful imprisonment, criminal mischief, and two counts of acting in a manner injurious of a child less than 17 years old. He was also cited…