posted on January 28, 2011 07:00
A Town of Darien man has been charged with repeatedly violating a court order.
38-year-old Paul Marquardt of Chick Road faces 39 counts of Criminal Contempt. Deputies say Marquardt allegedly violated a family court order of protection. Marquardt has been jailed in lieu of $10,000 bail.
A Niagara Falls woman has died from injuries she suffered in an Albion accident a week ago.
49-year-old Sandra Marasco of the Falls died yesterday at ECMC.
New York City has lifted its winter weather emergency. Mayor Michael Bloomberg says by late this morning, all city streets and roadways will be plowed and cleared.
Operations at New York airports are returning to normal.
A check of departures from Buffalo and Rochester Airports to the New York City area this morning shows only two cancellations. Check with your airlines to be sure about your flight status.
Governor Andrew Cuomo seems to be making a good impression. Seventy-one-percent of registered voters say they have a favorable impression of the new Democratic governor while just 17-percent have nothing nice to say.
The Marist Poll found sixty-three percent say Cuomo can unify the state and get it working together while 24-percent say that won't happen.
The design process for a large-scale reconstruction of Cedar Street has begun, and now the City has announced a public information meeting on the project.
Contractor Erdman Anthony will host the meeting next Thursday, February 3rd at City Hall.
Local business owners can attend between 3:00pm and 5:00pm. Citizens and residents are welcome from 5:00pm until 7:00pm. Construction on Cedar Street is slated to begin in 2013.
While the workforce at manufacturers like Eastman Kodak and Xerox Corporation continue to shrink, the University of Rochester is gaining employees. UR, which includes Strong Memorial and Highland hospitals, finished 2010 with nearly 20-thousand employees. That makes the school Rochester's top employer.