Monthly Archives: March 2017

  • Varsity Voices: Boys Basketball Class AA Semifinal preview show

    Varsity Voices: Boys Basketball Class AA Semifinal preview show Jeff DiVeronica and James Johnson break down Wednesday’s two big matchups at the Big House, as McQuaid plays UPrep and Fairport plays Bishop Kearney.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Varsity Voices: Boys Basketball Class AA Semifinal…

  • Cabernet Sauvignon is king of big red wines

    Cabernet Sauvignon is king of big red wines The wines tend toward robust and full-bodied, and are ideal to drink during the winter season with heartier fare.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Cabernet Sauvignon is king of big red wines

  • Cuomo says state working with Albany on fiscal problems

    Cuomo says state working with Albany on fiscal problems Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday repeated his 6-week-old assurances that the state is working with the city of Albany and Mayor Kathy Sheehan to find a way for the state to help close the looming $12.5 million gap in the…

  • Murphy's Law opens Penfield location on Empire Boulevard

    Murphy's Law opens Penfield location on Empire Boulevard Murphy’s Law opened Monday in former Southpoint Restaurant and Bar space on Empire Boulevard.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Murphy's Law opens Penfield location on Empire Boulevard

  • Kids envision Rochester's future

    Kids envision Rochester's future Students from four Rochester schools presented a vision of Rochester in 2117.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Kids envision Rochester's future

  • Troy working with Monolith on solar array

    Troy working with Monolith on solar array Monolith Solar is installing solar panels on the Knickerbacker Ice Arena roof as the city aims to turn on its 2.1 megawatt citywide solar system in May. Monolith Solar is spending more than $4 million to install the system. In addition to…

  • Brunswick residents approved $9.98M school capital project

    Brunswick residents approved .98M school capital project The capital project includes 35 building and maintenance concerns including renovating and expanding the middle school cafeteria, creating a multipurpose learning area in the current high school cafeteria, modernizing high school science, art and music rooms, renovating and updating the student meal…

  • UB Police: Weekend sex assault is random act

    UB Police: Weekend sex assault is random act AMHERST, N.Y. (WIVB) — A University at Buffalo student told police she woke up early Sunday to being sexually assaulted in her own dorm room. Now, UB police are searching for answers, as they consider this a random act, which is…