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Dolores R. Phillips
After a brief illness, Mrs. Dolores R. Phillips, 74, of 1108 Drum St. Road, and a longtime resident of Lancaster and Rochester, New York, passed away Friday morning, March 14, 2014, with her family by her side.
The Marion Star
2 students charged for forcing dog into keg stand
I've been thinking about it, and I think it all started back when I was 5 or 6 years and Dad built... This photo posted online led police to arrest two College at Brockport students, one accused of taking the photo and the other of holding the dog.
Beer-drinking dog pic leads to two arrests
A SUNY Brockport student from West Seneca and a Genesee County man have been arrested for allegedly forcing a dog to be held upside down and drink beer.
Two men arrested for allegedly torturing dog
THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN BUFFALO HAS ISSUED A WINTER STORM WARNING FOR HEAVY SNOW...BLOWING SNOW...AND FREEZING RAIN...WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 5 AM WEDNESDAY TO 5 AM EDT THURSDAY.
GCEDC board approves incentives for Liberty Pumps and Bank of Castile expansion projects
The Board of Directors of the Genesee County Economic Development Center approved applications for two projects at its March 6, 2014, board meeting.
Upstairs room ablaze in house on Oak Orchard Road, Elba
An upstairs room is reportedly on fire at 6456 Oak Orchard Road, just north of Lockport Road.
Our Time Press
The quiet voice of Ms. Joan Maynard, the artist-archaeologist-preservationist who devoted nearly four decades before her death in 2006 to preserving four wood-frame cottages, would be raised in delight yesterday when The Weeksville Heritage Center celebrated the completion of its 19,000 square-foot Education and Cultural Arts Building on Bergen ... (more)
Bonduelle Named Agricultural Business of the Year
Its expertise in agri-business, along with its high quality standards, has made the the family-run company, Bonduelle, a household name in Europe for canned, frozen and fresh vegetables.
Bergen Business and Civic Organization honored by Chamber of Commerce
The Bergen Business and Civic Organization was created in 1896 as the Businessman's Club and was reorganized in 1969 to include not only women, but all civic-minded citizens.
Defendent asks for maximum sentence and Noonan gives it to him
In County Court today, Dustin Locicero got exactly what he asked for: the maximum sentence Judge Robert C. Noonan could possibly hand down.
Secession movement in New York pushes for Big Apple to split from Upstate
A movement is afoot to split New York into two regions - upstate and downstate - to acknowledge the gaping philosophical differences and improve representation.