A mysterious murder a couple of hundred yards from here — Jeffrey Newland 'loved being around people'.
Local historian Jim Memmott reminds us that "the Aqueduct Spring Brewery opened in downtown Rochester in 1819," some "15 years before the city's official start" — Remarkable Rochester: Craft breweries a Rochester tradition.
Bill Kauffman, author of Dispatches from the Muckdog Gazette: A Mostly Affectionate Account of a Small Town's Fight to Survive, would be proud — Batavia Muckdogs are well represented at World Series.
Matthew Papay of Weaverville rightly protests, "I am from North Carolina and the school is blatantly ignoring my rights to express the cultural identity I choose to identify with, even though the school prides itself on how 'culturally diverse' it is" — Confederate flag raises issues, ire at UR.
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