Attorney Peter J. Pullano is planning to spend a bit of time with his late brother. Pullano will embark Wednesday on the five-day, 420-mile AIDS Red Ribbon Ride in memory of his brother Patrick, who died of the disease in ...Read More »
A vacant church building that pit many who live in the West Main Street neighborhood against preservationists who want to save the structure may be demolished — provided a grocery store is the only business that will go in its ...Read More »
The ceremonial opening of the new Farmington Town Court may have been held over the weekend, but the court was open officially for business about three weeks ago. A two-day jury trial was scheduled to open July 16, and ...Read More »
Pink-handled claw hammers. Big folding knives. Small knives. Bronze knives. Orange knives. Yellow, green and gun-metal gray knives. “Prohibited in purple, prohibited in pink,” said Lisa Farbstein, public affairs manager with the Transportation Security Administration. TSA officers at the Greater ...Read More »
For every double off the leftfield wall at Frontier Field that brings fans to their feet comes the behind-the-scenes work resolving liability issues that results in an award-winning, ahead-of-the-curve, allergy-free, gluten-free section of the stadium the Rochester Red Wings call ...
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The constitutional law professor asked the class to tell him something — anything — that didn’t have some connection to law. Easy, one student answered: when you’re born. The professor rattled off a lengthy list of laws that applied to ...
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On the same day Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren released details of the city police department’s reorganization, she shared a story of a skeptical young man questioning having young people join with government leaders in correcting the problems of the ...
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