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Jan 24, 2023

Discrimination lawsuit against Irondequoit dismissed

A federal judge has dismissed a discrimination lawsuit filed against the town of Irondequoit by a member of the town board.

Jan 18, 2023

Ex-Rochester police official, court worker file defamation lawsuit against attorney

A former deputy chief in the Rochester Police Department and his wife are suing a lawyer who claims they attended and helped organize a party with an allegedly racist theme.

Jul 29, 2021

DeVoe appointed Irondequoit town justice

The Irondequoit Town Board last week unanimously appointed attorney Jennifer Whitman DeVoe to serve the final five months of the term of Justice Joe Genier, who died on May 27. DeVoe, who was appointed last week by the Town Board, is the first woman justice in the history of Irondequoit. She will assume office on […]

Oct 9, 2014

Free smoke detectors for Irondequoit seniors

Hundreds of smoke detectors will be donated to senior citizens at 11 a.m. Friday at the Pinegrove Senior Center. The donation is part of a National Fire Prevention Month initiative to improve fire safety among senior citizens, one of the groups most vulnerable to house fires. The donation is being provided by Kidde, a leading […]

Feb 7, 2014

Tough talk on Medley Centre continues

The promise of condos, hotels, restaurants and stores has been hanging over the beleaguered Medley Centre in Irondequoit for years. Now, state Assemblyman Joe Morelle, D-Irondequoit, said he is tired of empty promises and excuses from developer Scott Congel about the status of the former Irondequoit Mall, which opened in 1990 and now sits deteriorating. […]

Jul 23, 2013

Candidates clash over Medley Centre agreement

The payment in lieu of taxes agreement, or PILOT, agreement for Medley Centre is becoming a campaign issue in Irondequoit. Irondequoit Democratic town candidates have called for the termination of the 2009 agreement, and are  vowing to push owner Scott Congel to eradicate blight at the site caused by years of neglect. They also proposed […]

Jul 6, 2011

Cuomo’s property tax cap tour stops in Irondequoit

A house is not an ATM machine for the government. That is what Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo told a crowd gathered Wednesday in front of an Irondequoit couple’s home. Cuomo was in town as a part of a statewide tour to tout a 2 percent property tax cap ...

Feb 23, 2011

Irondequoit cop guilty of divulging police info

The police officer son of a former Greece police chief imprisoned for misconduct is facing his own prison term after being found guilty of passing confidential information to a drug suspect.

Jul 16, 2010

Rahn indicted

Chad Rahn, a suspended Irondequoit police officer, is accused of illegally accessing a Monroe County government computer to obtain information that led to a robbery and assault, District Attorney Michael C. Green announced during a press conference Friday.

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