Past posts: October, 2012

Tonight state parole officers invited news organizations to ride along as they make sure sex offenders are not handing out … Continue reading

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  You can never be too safe…or can you? On Sunday, I read the forecast of Hurricane Sandy’s impact on … Continue reading

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  I got a pleasant surprise when I went to Wegmans over the weekend. Wegmans now has its own brand … Continue reading

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Several times this week, large groups of teenagers have gathered on Main Street before school. Fights broke out, with kids … Continue reading

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In all the talk of a proposed downtown Buffalo Bills stadium this week, there wasn’t enough attention paid to the … Continue reading

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In a big show of support, the City of Rochester is seeking a consultant to design a¬†a “world class, organic … Continue reading

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Our airport is called the Greater Rochester International¬†Airport. A new study details international travel out of Rochester. The Brookings Institution … Continue reading

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Monroe County is home to the richest and poorest school districts in Upstate New York. Buffalo Business First magazine ranked … Continue reading

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A Buffalo company wants the Bills to move into a proposed $1.4 billion waterfront stadium with a retractable roof. The … Continue reading

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There are a growing number of studies supporting what mental health professionals have been saying since bullying became a national … Continue reading

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