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Supreme Court to Decide on Prayer in Public Meetings
The U.S. Supreme Court this week decided to take up a case that could change the rules for when prayer is allowed in public meetings, and even have broader implications for government prayer in general.
Mon May 20, 2013
Love hurts for Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy
Sex scenes are strange and uncomfortable at the best of times, when it's two strangers groping and fondling on camera.
Republicans Seem to Be Out of Economic Ideas - Here Are Two Suggestions
If you think about thrift as a moral quality, it's easy to understand why Republicans have gotten things so wrong in terms of macro-economic policy over the last few years.
Overnight Fire In Greece
Greece, N.Y. - Two people and their dog are safe after their Long Pond Road home in Greece caught fire.
Supreme Court will rule on prayer at government meetings
The Supreme Court agreed Monday to consider whether prayers can be offered at government meetings -- a practice that's been common in Congress and throughout the states for more than two centuries.
Wed May 15, 2013
West Webster First Responders Honored
Webster/Monroe Co., N.Y. - First responders at the Christmas Eve shootings in Webster were honored before a meeting at the Monroe County Legislature Tuesday night.
Mon May 13, 2013
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Final Greece School District Proposed Budget Hearing
The Greece Central School District is asking the community to approve a $205 million budget with a .73 percent tax rate increase.
Sat May 11, 2013
Democrats Pick Beebe For Greece Supervisor Race
Democrats have selected Dick Beebe as their candidate for the Greece town supervisor race.
Fri May 10, 2013
Greece Police New K-9 Named "Chip" in Honor of Chiapperini
The Greece Police Department is honoring our heroes. In a special ceremony, it introduced a brand new K-9 officer.
Landscaping Around Oak Hill Clubhouse Nearly Complete
"We get to show our work on a global stage and that's something we're very excited about." For Penfield-resident and Oak Hill Country Club horticulturalist Scott Wheeler, the work never stops and that's just fine with him.
Western NY police dog named to honor slain officer
A police dog in western New York will be named to honor an officer killed by a sniper last year.
Thu May 09, 2013
Suspected Cancer Cluster Survivor Meets Another Milestone
Greece, N.Y. - Ally Schneider's parents were told she wouldn't live past the age of five.
Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Louisiana is shrinking, thanks to giant swamp rats
Greece Police will name their new K-9 officer in honor of fallen Webster Police and West Webster Fire Department Lt.
Wed May 08, 2013
Tue May 07, 2013
'Do The Right Thing' Winner: Chloe Cameron
She's not afraid to speak up and protect others and that's why she's our "Do the Right Thing" winner Tuesday.
Rochester Business Journal
Cabot Group to represent Farash Foundation in sale
The Cabot Group has been selected to represent the real estate subsidiary of the Max and Marian Farash Charitable Foundation in the sale of seven Rochester-area apartment communities, the Pittsford firm said Tuesday.