Julianne Carley has written to the Federal Emergency Management Agency to get her home removed from a so-called flood zone. A zone, which town officials say is not correct. But it will cost her. "I am frustrated, I just want to move because I think it's ridiculous, it makes no sense," said Julianne Carley, a homeowner. Since at least 2008,
In the heart of Canandaigua, you'll find a vibrant Main Street. A place where people enjoy shopping and dining. "I've been downtown Canandaigua here for over 23 years," said Kenneth Gulvin. Kenneth Gulvin owns Ken's Doghouse. Over the years, he's had a front row seat to the dangers pedestrians and drivers face. "In the past, I have seen a few
SINGER’S MULTIMEDIA PRESENTATION RECALLS GROWING UP DURING NORTHERN IRELAND ‘TROUBLES’ Northern Irish singer-songwriter Steafán Hanvey was born during one of the bloodiest years in the Northern Irish Troubles, in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland. He's put a story behind those troubled times in a multimedia performance-lecture titled Look Behind You! A Father and Son's Impressions of The Troubles In Northern Ireland Through
Teachers in the Rochester School District are suing New York State over their evaluations. Teachers claim the state doesn't take poverty into consideration when grading them. This lawsuit was filed Monday in New York State Supreme Court in Albany. Teachers in urban and rural areas say there are too many things out of their control. Matt Lavonas has taught fourth
If Henrietta doesn't want a casino, Gates wants the Seneca Nation to take a chance on the Rochester Tech Park. Since 2012, Town Supervisor Mark Assini has said it is perfect. "It was built to house and park thousands of cars and thousands of employees," said Mark Assini, (R) Gates Town Supervisor. It was also built right off the highway.