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#NY license plate data raises privacy concerns

#NY license plate data raises privacy concerns

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Privately owned license-plate imaging systems are popping up around Rochester and upstate New York — in parking lots, shopping malls and, soon, on at least a few parts of the New York state Thruway. Most surprisingly, the digital cameras are mounted on cars and trucks driven by a small army of repo men. Shadowing a practice of U.S….read more →

Bacterial #Meningitis at Mercy High School

Bacterial #Meningitis at Mercy High School

Updated: Friday, October 31 2014, 06:54 PM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – A 14-year-old student at Our Lady of Mercy High School is being treated at an area hospital for bacterial meningitis. According to Mercy High School principal Terry Quinn, the school is working closely with the Monroe County Department of Health to identify students and staff who may have had…read more →

Magic City On East Spends Bread To Re-Open Friday

Magic City On East Spends Bread To Re-Open Friday

Updated: Thursday, August 21 2014, 08:59 PM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – An East end night club, once threatened with permanent closure by the city of Rochester, will re-open Friday. The owner of Magic City closed voluntarily and made changes to their security, agreeing to five pages of stipulations in order to re-open at a cost of $20,000. Inside and outside…read more →

Tony Stewart Involved In Fatal #RaceTrack Crash | #NASCAR

Tony Stewart Involved In Fatal #RaceTrack Crash | #NASCAR

Updated: Sunday, August 10 2014, 11:44 PM EDT Canandaigua, N.Y. – The driver hit by NASCAR superstar Tony Stewart in Canandaigua Saturday night has died, according to Ontario County Sheriff Phil Povero. Ontario County Sheriffs identify the victim as Kevin Ward, Jr., 20, of Port Leyden. OTHER STORIES: – Stewart decides not to race Sunday – Flashback: Stewart crash recalls…read more →

Dome Arena Will Be Receiving $2 Million In Revisions

Dome Arena Will Be Receiving $2 Million In Revisions

Updated: Friday, August 8 2014, 10:14 PM EDT Henrietta, N.Y. – A local developer has signed a contract to buy the Dome Arena in Henrietta with plans to renovate the arena and build apartments behind it, according to Henrietta’s Town Supervisor Jack Moore. Moore says Richard Chiarenza of Frontier Management will likely also sell 10 acres of the parcel to…read more →

#Refrigerator #Recycling Program Pays Off for #Appliance Owners and the #Environment

#Refrigerator #Recycling Program Pays Off for #Appliance Owners and the #Environment

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A refrigerator recycling program by Rochester Gas and Electric and NYSEG hit a milestone Wednesday when the 30,000th refrigerator/freezer was picked up. According to RG&E, the program has spared 210,000 tons of CO2 from entering the atmosphere, which is the equivalent of removing 30,000 cars from the road for one year. Up to 95 percent of a refrigerator…read more →

Poster for #Rochester’s #ParkAveFest Unveiled

Poster for #Rochester’s #ParkAveFest Unveiled

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The poster for the 38th annual Park Avenue Summer Art Festival was unveiled Wednesday. It was designed and illustrated by local and award-winning artist Kurt Pakan. The painting is of two unclaimed cups on a café table, while people and Victorian-era homes stand in the background. It “captures a sense of both history and mystery,” according to…read more →

WOW! #Algae Problem at #Rochester’s Ontario #Beach Park

WOW! #Algae Problem at #Rochester’s Ontario #Beach Park

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A project designed to clean up the algae at Ontario Beach Park is finally moving forward. Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks announced Tuesday the county will begin work on infrastructure needed for the Great Lakes Remedial Action Plan Program Implementation Project at the park. The project, first presented in 2011 by the Army Corps of Engineers, is…read more →

One #Club Down, Magic City on East is Next

One #Club Down, Magic City on East is Next

Updated: Saturday, July 12 2014, 11:59 PM EDT Rochester, N.Y. – The owner of Magic City on East will tell city leaders if he plans on closing voluntarily or remaining open on Monday. Saturday night, the club opened as usual. The Captain’s Attic Restaurant and Bar was shut down earlier this week. The city has taken action after numerous complaints…read more →