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Salute Seasonings is Feeding the Needs of Area Veterans

Rochester

Salute Seasonings is Feeding the Needs of Area Veterans

Honoring our soldiers is now as easy as spicing up your next meal. Rochester's Salute Seasonings is expanding its support for returning veterans. Time Warner Cable News Reporter Jamiese Price tells us how The Gourmet Spices are feeding soldier's needs. 10/25/2014 10:53 PM

A Night of Thriller

Webster

A Night of Thriller

A real thriller was on display in Webster Saturday night. Grisly Ghouls from every tomb busted a move in an attempt to break a world record. 10/25/2014 09:44 PM

Monroe200 Event Kicks Off at MCC

Rochester

Monroe200 Event Kicks Off at MCC

The Monroe 200 is off and running, but this is no sprint. The new initiative from County Executive Maggie Brooks started getting feedback from local millennials who signed up for the program. 10/25/2014 06:50 PM

Private Sector Jobs On The Rise In New York

Henrietta

Private Sector Jobs On The Rise In New York

More local companies are answering the call for more jobs and paychecks.
For the 22nd month in a row, the state is seeing a rise in the number of private sector jobs.
Time Warner Cable News Reporter Tara Grimes explains how it may be changing lives. 10/25/2014 05:07 PM

A Reason Kids Might Willingly Give Up Their Halloween Candy Haul

East Rochester

A Reason Kids Might Willingly Give Up Their Halloween Candy Haul

Local Dentists are working to make this Halloween an even sweeter experience for some unlikely folks. They plan to collect the candy, and ship it overseas. Reporter Jamiese Price tells us who will receive these treats. 10/24/2014 11:04 PM

CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York State

CPR in Schools Closer to Becoming Law

New York is one step closer to becoming the 20th state to have a CPR in Schools law.
Governor Cuomo signed the bill Tuesday, and it now goes to the State Commissioner of Education. Time Warner Cable News reporter Emily DeFeciani talked to one man who is alive today because of CPR. Updated 10/24/2014 06:24 PM

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