Monthly Archives: January 2018

  • New York State inmates to receive tablets

    New York State inmates to receive tablets ALBANY, N.Y. (WIVB) – The New York State Department of Corrections and Community Supervision plans to give tablets to all inmates in state prison. “In a groundbreaking move, the department will provide each incarcerated individual a tablet at no cost with the ability…

  • Rochester-area man wins $9.8M on Lotto

    Rochester-area man wins .8M on Lotto WEBSTER, NY (WROC) – A Wayne County resident is going home with a massive jackpot this week. According to a release from the New York State Lottery, a man from Macedon won $9.8 million in Lotto drawing in October. Thursday, the man who…

  • Buffalo floral shop makes special arrangement for Bills fan

    Buffalo floral shop makes special arrangement for Bills fan SOUTH BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) – When a group of friends decided to lay their friend to rest in a special way, a South Buffalo floral shop came to the rescue. “He’s the funniest guy I ever met in my life.…

  • Police ID two officers involved in Burbank Street drug raid shooting

    Police ID two officers involved in Burbank Street drug raid shooting Justin Havill and Paul Senko were two of the officers who returned fire on a suspect Tuesday during the execution of a search warrant.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Police ID two officers involved…

  • Rochester city, Monroe County league high school basketball standings – Jan. 30

    Rochester city, Monroe County league high school basketball standings – Jan. 30 See where teams stand in races for division titles in the Rochester city and Monroe County leagues.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Rochester city, Monroe County league high school basketball standings – Jan.…

  • Orchard Park man charged with DWI after vehicle goes off road

    Orchard Park man charged with DWI after vehicle goes off road ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) – An Orchard Park man is facing DWI and other charges after his vehicle went off the roadway and became stuck Wednesday morning. Kurt Zarnikau, 52, of Orchard Park, was charged with first degree…

  • State announces funding for “last mile” high-speed internet projects

    State announces funding for “last mile” high-speed internet projects Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced on Wednesday Round II of the New NY Broadband program, which is designed to provide high-speed internet all across the state.According to a press release from the governor’s office, the awards in this round will…

  • State workers have yet to collect money from $45M settlement

    State workers have yet to collect money from M settlement ALBANY — With little notice and no fanfare, New York State seven years ago agreed to a $45 million settlement with nearly 5,000 current and former African-American and Hispanic state workers who had alleged in a federal lawsuit that…

  • Florence M. Claflin

    Florence M. Claflin Florence M. Claflin, 87, formerly of 51 Liberty St., Adams, passed away January 28th at the Samaritan Keep Home where she had been a resident for 5 years. Spring graveside services will be held for the convenience of the family in the Elmwood Cemetery, Adams. Arrangements…

  • George B. Shultz

    George B. Shultz George B. Shultz, 79, of Plessis, NY passed away Tuesday morning at Samaritan Keep Home, where he had resided since March 28, 2017. George was born in Brownville, NY on July 27, 1938, the son of G. Danford and Marion Phelps Shultz. He attended Alexandria Bay…