Past posts: August, 2012

“You can see how the world is like changing, people killing over sneakers.” – Cousin of shooting victim Montre Bradley Montre … Continue reading

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Chicago is now ground zero in the nation’s debate over education reform. Teachers have filed a 10-day strike notice, meaning … Continue reading

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Wow. Terry Pegula and the Sabres are making a gigantic investment in downtown Buffalo. They will build a $123 million … Continue reading

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I’m in shock the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council listed the College Town project as one of 10 priorities … Continue reading

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  There are more jobs available in Rochester for people with college degrees than unemployed workers who meet the requirement, … Continue reading

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When the city jacked up the parking meter rates, some downtown business owners wondered why other districts are not metered. … Continue reading

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Agriculture is big business in New York State, according to a state comptroller’s report. The state has 36,300 farms that produced … Continue reading

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Syracuse is about to open a downtown bus terminal that will remove “large crowds of people waiting behind walls of … Continue reading

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  You probably have better things to do this glorious weekend than look at old historical maps. But when you’re … Continue reading

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  RGRTA is building its new bus station on the site of the old RKO Palace. In probably the most … Continue reading

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