Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • Pope urges youth to leave a mark on the world, not the couch

    Pope urges youth to leave a mark on the world, not the couch pBRZEGI, Poland — Pope Francis celebrated the last Mass of his trip to Poland on Sunday before 1 million pilgrims gathered near Krakow as he discussed, once again, the terrorist threat and migrant crisis. The pope…

  • David Cay Johnston's latest book takes on Trump

    David Cay Johnston's latest book takes on Trump For decades, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist from Brighton has taken aim at an economic inequality. His latest book examines the Republican presidential nominee.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News David Cay Johnston's latest book takes on Trump

  • Tyrod Taylor: Same as he always was despite new status

    Tyrod Taylor: Same as he always was despite new status Tyrod Taylor is the undeniable No. 1 QB, but that hasn’t dulled his focus on being great            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Tyrod Taylor: Same as he always was despite new status

  • Severe flash flood in Ellicott City, Md., kills at least 1, destroys businesses

    Severe flash flood in Ellicott City, Md., kills at least 1, destroys businesses pA vicious Saturday night flash flood in Ellicott City, Maryland, destroyed homes and businesses, leaving at least one person dead and prompting Gov. Larry Hogan to declare a state of emergency./pp“It’s devastating,” Hogan told reporters on…

  • Don't miss the Waterfront Art Festival, July 30 & 31

    Don't miss the Waterfront Art Festival, July 30 & 31 My husband and I rode our bikes out to North Ponds Park Saturday afternoon and enjoyed wandering around Webster’s…            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Don't miss the Waterfront Art Festival, July 30 & 31

  • Britain’s scientists are freaking out over Brexit

    Britain’s scientists are freaking out over Brexit pCANTERBURY, England – Britain has been a powerhouse of discovery since the age of science began. Newton, Darwin, Crick? They parted the curtain on gravity, evolution and DNA./ppNow comes Brexit, and to use a non-scientific term, the scientists in the country are…

  • Officials: 1 dead, 3 hospitalized in Austin shooting

    Officials: 1 dead, 3 hospitalized in Austin shooting AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A shooting in a crowded entertainment district in downtown Austin early Sunday caused a chaotic scene, leaving one woman dead and three others wounded and police searching for a suspect. Austin Police Chief of Staff Brian Manley…

  • Cuba’s the hot new destination, if you can satisfy all the rules

    Cuba’s the hot new destination, if you can satisfy all the rules pIt’s best to clear up one thing first, if you’re a U.S. citizen: Cuba is not the new Aruba or Montego Bay./ppCongress has prohibited American tourists from visiting what John F. Kennedy once called “that imprisoned island”…

  • Golf game impacted by the drought

    Golf game impacted by the drought BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) — The lack of rain has affected many different things. From the price of vegetables, to conserving water, everyone is feeling the effects. Delaware Park Golf Course is no exception. Summer is the season for golfing. Usually golfers are praying the…

  • Watervliet man dies in motorcycle accident

    Watervliet man dies in motorcycle accident COLONIE — Police say a 20-year-old Watervliet man died in a motorcycle accident on Saturday night on Cohoes Road. A 2015 Suzuki motorcycle driven by Naron G. Pieck was traveling north and crossed into the oncoming southbound lane, striking another vehicle. Source: Times…