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Sources say he found out by reading the school board resolutions.
The New York State Fair is set for August 21 through September 1 at the State Fairgrounds in Syracuse.
The housing site would be former nursing home Blossom South.
He says he is cooperating fully.
The drug, Naloxone, reverses the effects of an overdose caused by heroin or other opioids.
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Rochester's Planning Board of Appeals heard passionate pleas for and against demolition of 660 West Main Street.
Fans hear at training camp aren't in love with that idea.
Dennis Conklin of Williamson is charged with vehicular manslaughter and DWI.
A Rochester man who uses a wheelchair is trying to market his invention.
One store owner said his store already offers recycling of plastic bags as well as paper bags.
City Council is open to looking at the proposal.
The project is expected to cost $750,000.
The new Hart's will provide the East End with a full service grocery store.
Donkish Lesane faces both murder and arson charges.
Jonah Walpole, who was autistic, passed away on Saturday.
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CPA Tom Walpole discussed how the role of serving on a non-profit board is changing Monday on News 8 at Sunrise.
The owner of the now vacant Blossom South Nursing Home says his facility is ideal to house undocumented immigrant children.
Senators Charles Schumer and Richard Blumenthal are sponsoring a bill that would require vets to give customers a prescription so they can shop competitively.
Two years ago a Caledonia women lost her battle with Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma.
There are some 10,000 Ukrainians living in Rochester, and they want answers. A memorial was held for the Malaysia Airlines victims today at St. Josaphat's Church.
The City of Rochester is looking for ideas to give East Main Street a face-lift.
The third "sundae" of July has been "National Ice Cream Day" since 1984.
The House of Mercy held a barbecue and garage sale fundraiser Saturday.
Doctors did not expect her to live past a week.
A women is dead after a motorcycle crash on 590 Saturday night.
If you see someone spray painting a building this weekend don't be so quick to call the police.
Thelma Edwards will soon be a free women.
Mayor Lovely Warren has declared a cool sweep in effect for Monday.
Hundreds took to the streets Saturday to march in the Gay Pride Parade.
On August 2nd, 15-year-old, Cady Stoever will compete for a chance to become the next Miss America's Outstanding Teen.
Hundreds of people gathered to celebrate one of Rochester's well known buildings.
Two women were taken to the hospital after an overnight stabbing on Texas Street.
Police say a 49-year-old city man was shot in upper torso overnight near 88 Alexander St.
The Rochester Fire Department just got larger. A new class of recruits was sworn in Friday night. Katrina Irwin was at the graduation.
Police say 22-year-old Thelma Edwards left her 4-year-old son in the car for more than two hours while she was at work.
The system can lift a 700 pound patient into an ambulance.
The department says this training is vital.
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