Rochester, NY (WROC)- There's a new push to dredge the Port of Rochester. Senator Chuck Schumer is calling on the Federal Government to allocate $2.3 million toward the project. Sediment from the Genesee River settles at the port, making it shallow, and hard for boats to pass through. The port was dredged last year, but Schumer says the port hasn't been
It's just a game, but basketball can help make dreams come true. The season is nearing an end for the School of the Arts boy's basketball team, but the junior varsity coach, Jeff Lafave, is looking to get even more playing time for his younger players. "It's that simple. We're just giving them a chance to show what
The Rochester City School District Board of Education is holding a special meeting tonight to modify the superintendent's contract as it pertains to hiring and firing high-level employees. At issue is the Superintendent Employee Group, also known as the cabinet. These are the highest-paid employees. They are at-will employees covered by their own contract spelling out rules and benefits. Right
(CBS News)- They came, they saw, they blinked. The House of Representatives passed a bill on Tuesday funding the Department of Homeland Security through the end of September, effectively ending a congressional standoff that nearly shut the department down at the end of last week. The bill, identical to a measure that cleared the Senate last Friday, passed by a
Rochester, NY (WROC)- An arrest has been made in a 15-year-old Rochester cold case. Police say 41 year old Roderick Johnson shot and killed John Williams on Bernard Street in August 2000. Johnson is currently serving a state prison sentence for killing Felton Henderson on Tacoma Street in Rochester in October 2000.