Monthly Archives: December 2017

  • Dedicating new community mausoleum

    Dedicating new community mausoleum Bishop Edward Scharfenberger addresses those gathered for a dedication of the new Mary Immaculate, Patroness of America at Most Holy Redeemer Cemetery Chapel Mausoleum in Niskayuna on Thursday. The Adirondack-themed mausoleum visible from Troy Road was designed by Karl Griffith of Griffith Dardanelli Architects PC…

  • Wheatland-Chili teacher killed in hit-and-run crash

    Wheatland-Chili teacher killed in hit-and-run crash Jill Skivington Jackett was struck while crossing Elmwood Avenue Thursday and died from her injuries at Strong Memorial Hospital, friends confirmed.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Wheatland-Chili teacher killed in hit-and-run crash

  • Raw Video: Brockport hazing investigation

    Raw Video: Brockport hazing investigation Police comment on a joint investigation of an unrecognized 'frat” at The College at Brockport after hazing allegations. Nov. 30, 2017            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Raw Video: Brockport hazing investigation

  • Ithaca man charged with DWI

    Ithaca man charged with DWI POTSDAM — Village police on Thursday charged Louis P. Russell-Cook, 27, of 209 Coy Glen Road, Ithaca, with driving while intoxicated. Deputies said the charge followed a traffic stop on Ruote 11 but included no additional information. Mr. Russell-Cook was issued tickets returnable to…

  • U.S. Senate deliberates on landmark tax bill

    U.S. Senate deliberates on landmark tax bill WASHINGTON _ Although it appeared to be headed for passage, the Senate tax bill got taken off the assembly line late Thursday as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., sought extra time to rustle up sufficient GOP votes. Senate Minority Leader Charles…