Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • Chad Justin Piché

    Chad Justin Piché Piché, Chad Justin, 44, of Clearwater, FL died September 26, 2018 in his home. Born July 22, 1974 in Watertown, NY. He is the son of Mary Dietterich, Lowville, NY and Gary Piché, Depauville, NY. Chad was a graduate of the International Academy of Design and…

  • Administration says White House is not limiting FBI probe of Kavanaugh but is against ‘fishing expedition’

    Administration says White House is not limiting FBI probe of Kavanaugh but is against ‘fishing expedition’ WASHINGTON — The White House has not placed any limits on the FBI investigation into claims of sexual assault leveled against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh but is also opposed an open-ended “fishing…

  • Women running for office at record levels in New York

    Women running for office at record levels in New York ALBANY – At least 105 women are running for legislative office in New York on the Democratic or Republican lines, a record for the state. An analysis by Politico New York found that the previous record was set in…

  • Faced with migration crisis, U.S. border chief finds no easy fix in Central America

    Faced with migration crisis, U.S. border chief finds no easy fix in Central America GUATEMALA CITY — Kevin McAleenan, the United States’ top border security official, was halfway through a three-country tour of Central America, worriedly looking at his phone.Photos sent by Border Patrol agents in Arizona showed a…

  • Photos: Celebrating 50 years of Special Olympics

    Photos: Celebrating 50 years of Special Olympics Special Olympics of New York held its inaugural Walk of Inclusion on Saturday at Nazareth College. The goal was to raised awareness and funds for the Special Olympics.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Photos: Celebrating 50 years of…

  • Robert E. Larche

    Robert E. Larche MASSENA – Mr. Robert E. Larche, 86, a longtime resident of Urban Drive, peacefully passed away on Friday morning, September 28, 2018 at the Leo Care Center of St. Ann’s Home in Rochester. Among his survivors are his wife of 61 years, Betty; his sons, David,…

  • Capital Region Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts first fiesta

    Capital Region Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts first fiesta The New York Capital Region Hispanic Chamber of Commerce is hosting an inaugural “fiesta” to connect the region’s scattered but growing Hispanic community and build its educational and business success. Source: Times Unition Capital Region Hispanic Chamber of Commerce hosts…

  • Casey Seiler: He said, she said, they vote

    Casey Seiler: He said, she said, they vote One thing I know for sure is that Brett Kavanaugh is not telling the truth about “boofed.” Unless there were significant regional differences between the slang employed by teenagers in the Washington, D.C., area and the east side of Louisville, Ky.,…

  • Inaugural Walk for Inclusion held Sunday at Nazareth celebrating 50 years of Special Olympics

    Inaugural Walk for Inclusion held Sunday at Nazareth celebrating 50 years of Special Olympics The event, at Nazareth to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics New York which celebrated 50 years empowering people of all abilities in sport.            Source: Rochester New York Latest News Inaugural…