Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • N.Y. state budget snags linger

    N.Y. state budget snags linger With the midnight deadline to approve a new state budget before the beginning of the new fiscal year rapidly approaching, the state Assembly and Senate pressed on late into the night, even if they did not have bill language to digest or the ability…

  • Rochester breaks rainfall record for March 31

    Rochester breaks rainfall record for March 31 Rain, rain won’t go away — until Saturday afternoon.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Rochester breaks rainfall record for March 31

  • More than 70 years late, WW II war hero finally gets his due

    More than 70 years late, WW II war hero finally gets his due BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – A local veteran received some long overdue recognition as a hero, Friday, by his Congressman, local veterans groups, and the high school whose swim team he led to championships before dropping out.…

  • Budget deal in Albany falling apart

    Budget deal in Albany falling apart For the first time in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s tenure, it appears the state budget will be late.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Budget deal in Albany falling apart

  • Aunt upset about police's portrayal of her slain nephew

    Aunt upset about police's portrayal of her slain nephew “It’s making an impression that’s absolutely not true,” Margarita Medina said of the police statement.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Aunt upset about police's portrayal of her slain nephew