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Media wants access to tapes played during hearing (7933)

U.S. District Court Chief Judge David G. Larimer will hear oral arguments today on whether the media will have access to the video and audio tapes shown in the open portion of the detention hearing of defense attorney Anthony Leonardo, ...

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Briefs: Supreme Court rules on deportation issues+ (7934)

Cases scheduled for argument before the U.S. Supreme Court between February 20-28 include some of the following issues:Immigration/DeportationPetitioner-appellee was born in Germany in a displaced persons camp following World War II. He came to America with his family, but did ...

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Employment benefits packages are good way to save (7935)

While it’s true that a dollar doesn’t go as far as it used to, participating in your employer’s benefit package to the maximum extent possible will help stretch your dollars.Now is a good time to review the fringe benefits that ...

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Home sales for January up 20% from last year

The cool January weather did not slow down the local real estate market. Sales of existing single family homes jumped 20.4 percent in January from one year ago, according to the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors. GRAR reported that 1,843 ...

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State grant to benefit new Family Treatment Court

The proposed Monroe County Family Treatment Court will benefit from a $287,040 state grant.The New York State Office of Children and Family Services and the Alcohol and Substance Abuse Services awarded the grant to Coordinated Care Services, Inc. Coordinated Care ...

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Definitions of snow-related lingo

We are in the midst of the statistically snowiest time of the year in Rochester and the Finger Lakes. With that in mind, we provide in today’s column the definitions of nearly every snow-related term imaginable.• Snow Flurry: A brief ...

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Man awarded $750,000 for work-related injuries

A man injured in a construction accident received $750,000 in a settlement last week.Wayne Sponholz, a heating and air-conditioning technician, fell 15 ft. when a wooden staircase collapsed underneath him. Sponholz suffered a disabling hip injury and is unable to ...

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Media wants access to tapes played during hearing

U.S. District Court Chief Judge David G. Larimer will hear oral arguments today on whether the media will have access to the video and audio tapes shown in the open portion of the detention hearing of defense attorney Anthony Leonardo, ...

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Briefs: Supreme Court rules on deportation issues+

Cases scheduled for argument before the U.S. Supreme Court between February 20-28 include some of the following issues:Immigration/DeportationPetitioner-appellee was born in Germany in a displaced persons camp following World War II. He came to America with his family, but did ...

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Employment benefits packages are good way to save

While it’s true that a dollar doesn’t go as far as it used to, participating in your employer’s benefit package to the maximum extent possible will help stretch your dollars.Now is a good time to review the fringe benefits that ...

Read More »

Home sales for January up 20% from last year (7928)

The cool January weather did not slow down the local real estate market. Sales of existing single family homes jumped 20.4 percent in January from one year ago, according to the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors. GRAR reported that 1,843 ...

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Foreclosure on farm, farm equip. authorized

Where the U.S.D.A. Farm Service Agency made 13 different loans to Richard C. Curtiss over the course of 18 years, and had not received any payments in 11 years, should the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Western District of New ...

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