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John Marshall High School graduation ceremonies will be 7 p.m. Saturday at Mayo Civic Center, 30 Civic Center Drive SE, Rochester.
Celebrating the Schaefer brothers of John Marshall High Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
In the 1940s, the five Schaefer brothers of Rochester swam, oh did they swim, setting records for John Marshall High School.
Class of 1943 meets for 75th high school reunion Spectrum News
Laughter filled the lunchroom at St. John's Meadows Thursday afternoon as nine classmates and their friends gathered for their 75th high school reunion.
UPrep founder who banned school's first black valedictorian from giving speech has retired Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Joseph Munno, the founding leader of University Preparatory Charter School for Young Men, retired from the school Monday in the midst of an uproar over his ...
What's in a name? Kids will get to help choose the name of the new School 41 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Input from Parent Advisory Council members and school staff has persuaded the Rochester City School District to delay a planned vote on a name for the school ...
Susan Servais -- Rochester PostBulletin.com
Susan Elizabeth “Sue” Servais, 79, of Rochester, passed away on Oct. 27, 2018, after a short second battle with lung cancer. She was grateful for the additional ...
Sharon L. Dalton -- Rochester PostBulletin.com
A memorial *service* for Sharon L. Dalton will be held in the spring of 2019. Sharon desired her body donated to Mayo for research and education.
Arlys Petersen -- Chippewa Falls, Wis. PostBulletin.com
The funeral *service* for Arlys A. Petersen will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, at Trinity Lutheran Church — Lincoln in rural Lake City, with Pastor Joel Naumann ...
2019 Naismith Trophy Boys High School Player of the Year Preseason Watch List USA TODAY High School Sports
Check out the Naismith High School Boys Basketball Player of the Year Watch List.
Andrew 'Walker' Beyer -- Rochester PostBulletin.com
Andrew “Walker” Beyer passed away Tuesday evening, Aug. 21, at Saint Marys Hospital, following a fight with pneumonia and a severe lung infection.
Beat the Back-to-School Blues by Checking out These Awesome Celebrity Yearbook Pics! Closer Weekly
It's that time of the year again! To celebrate the back-to-school season, Ancestry.com helped us round up some of our favorite celebrity yearboook pics.
Scott Bradley -- St. Paul Post-Bulletin
Scott Bradley, 50, currently of St. Paul, died Sunday, June 10, 2018, while mountain biking near Moab, Utah. He and his family were vacationing in Utah ...
Instruments tuned up by their creator, Urban Steel is set to sway Rochester. Next stop, Antigua? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Last month James Monroe High School welcomed a very special guest indeed, legendary Antiguan steel drummer Veron Henry.
Recruiting Roundup: Who will complete Duke's 2019 class? Duke Chronicle
The Blue Zone's Shane Smith checks in with Duke's potential recruits in the Class of 2019.
Whatever Happened to ... the Red Lion? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The Red Lion was a downtown restaurant where Rochester's movers and shakers met to eat, drink and frequently hash out business and political deals.
Keion Brooks Jr. doesn't make the cut for USA Basketball's U18 team News Sentinel
North Side senior Keion Brooks Jr. was not one of the 12 players selected Tuesday to compete for USA Basketball's men's under-18 team next week in Canada.
Photos: Slice of Life 2017 | Local News Post-Bulletin
Mark Lawstuen, lead site coordinator of the Rochester Regional Sports Center, clears snow from the sidewalk outside the building Friday evening, Dec. 29, 2017 ...
Succeeding Slaughter: Six final takeaways from NY's 25th Congressional District debate Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Thursday's debate between Democratic candidates seeking to replace the late U.S. Rep. Louise M. Slaughter was the final chance for voters to hear from ...
JM graduate chosen as Rhodes Scholar for 2017 | Education Post-Bulletin
John Marshall High School graduate Ahmed M. Ahmed will take his desire to learn across the Atlantic Ocean next fall. He will attend Oxford University as one of ...
Whatever Happened to ... Rochester's swimmobile? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
There are still plenty of ways for kids to keep cool in the summer. But the times of the swimmobile coming to a neighborhood are long gone.
Whatever Happened to ... the VIP Ocean Club hot spot? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The Ocean Club catered to an “older” and upscale crowd with an enormous sound-and-light system, valet parking and bathroom attendants.
Cattaraugus pastor to celebrate 90th birthday Nov. 4 | News Olean Times Herald
CATTARAUGUS — After retiring last year following nearly 40 years as pastor of St. John's Church, the Rev. Harland West remains a beloved figure in the parish ...
Kansas leads in Crystal Ball for Matthew Hurt 247Sports
Kansas head coach Bill Self is paying a visit to 2019 five-star Matthew Hurt, and the Jayhawks have the lead in his Crystal Ball.
CHAPMAN, Neil Edward Buffalo News
CHAPMAN - Neil Edward Of Webster, NY, died peacefully on January 9, 2018, surrounded by his loving family. Neil was born November 21, 1930 in Rochester ...
John F. Clink -- Rochester Post-Bulletin
John F. Clink, 62, of Rochester, passed away on Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2017, at Mayo Clinic Hospital, Saint Marys Campus, from a pulmonary embolism.
Whatever Happened to ... J. B. Hunter stores? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The Hunter stores had restaurants and beauty parlors to go along with all kinds of merchandise offerings.
Whatever Happened to ... Doc and Katy Abraham? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
With gardening season upon us again, it's a good time to remember gardeners extraordinaire Doc and Katy Abraham and their Green Thumb show that ruled the ...
Randall 'Randy' Rose — Rochester Post-Bulletin
Randall Paul "Randy" Rose, of Rochester, passed away at his home on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, at the age of 60.
East Rochester Pianotowners and Hilton Peaches? How Section V teams got their nicknames Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Whether relying on geography or history, there are many interesting nuggets on how some Section V schools got their unique nicknames.
Few city students get college degrees Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Less than 3% of city students get any kind of college degree.
Col. Thomas Schaefer, former Iran hostage from Rochester, dies Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
A retired Air Force colonel and Rochester native who was one of the 52 American hostages held for 444 days in Iran has died.
2018-19 American Family Insurance ALL-USA Preseason Boys Basketball Team USA TODAY High School Sports
USA TODAY High School Sports is unveils the American Family Insurance ALL-USA preseason boys basketball team for the 2018-19 season with the selection ...
Rochester first responder honored nationally Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Out of one of the darkest nights of his life came one of his biggest honors.
Whatever Happened to ... Jay's Record Ranch? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Jay's Record Ranch was a Rochester record shop where kids flocked to buy the latest rock-and-roll 45s that were climbing the pop charts.
Whatever Happened to ... Lipani’s Italian bakery? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Lipani's sold goodies like cookies and brownies, but the main business was bread. The business may be gone, but the memories live on.
Woman to Watch: Toyia T. Wilson Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Educator seeks to pay it forward as new principal of Young Women's College Prep.
Jim Memmott: Margaret Thirtle, a fashion guru and volunteer extraordinaire, dies at 101 Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
For several decades Margaret Thirtle was a style leader in Rochester, and then she became an outstanding volunteer.
Woman to Watch: Shaniece McClaney's drive to succeed and give back is rooted in family Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Shaniece McClaney says family has inspired her to follow her dreams, one of which is to make another documentary, and to seek opportunities.
Alexis Johnson leading a repeat for Lady Panthers Richmond Free Press
You might say Alexis Johnson has become the “Lady Walker Part Two” story for Virginia Union University basketball.
From the Archive photos: What would you like to see? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
We know you love your history, Rochester. That's why we created our RocRoots section. The "From the Archive" photo gallery has proven to be the most popular ...
Rochester native was devoted to area Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
G. Rolfe Scofield Jr. lived a long life of community involvement.
Andreatta: In Fairport, a Thanksgiving tradition to go dark Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
This Thanksgiving will be the last that Harry and Joyce Westbay decorate their giant blue spruce tree with Christmas lights.
Barnhart to announce mayoral run Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Former broadcast journalist Rachel Barnhart will formally announce her plan to seek the Democratic nomination for Mayor on Monday.
Dakota State Football Signings KDLT News
MADISON, S.D. – Dakota State University (S.D.) head football coach Josh Anderson is pleased to announce the first group of new Trojans with the signing of 51 ...
Books: MCC prof's 'Always Want More' is a Rochester story Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Always Want More is more than a love story. It's more than a teacher-saves-the-school story. It's more than a fast-paced story about urban crime. At its core, it's a ...
Former Rochester TV reporter Rachel Barnhart running for office Syracuse.com
Former Rochester TV reporter Rachel Barnhart is officially running for office. Barnhart left WROC-TV last month amid speculation she was eyeing a career in ...
Whatever Happened To ... McCurdy's? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
The last of the locally owned family department stores was a retail giant.
Whatever Happened To ... Neisner's? Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Editor's note: This story was first published in 2014. Back when downtown Rochester was lined with retail stores, Neisner's was one of the most affordable ...
19 More Beautiful Structures That Are Now Lost Forever Gizmodo
All good things end—architecture included. Yesterday, we showed you nine buildings lost to the sands of time. You—hundreds of you—responded with your ...
Two Rochester Students Named as Minnesota's 2013 Presidential Scholars St. Paul Asian American Press
Washington, D.C. (May 6, 2013) — U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan today announced the 49th class of U.S. Presidential Scholars, recognizing 141 ...
Paige Holland and Matthew Thielen Glens Falls Post-Star
Michael and Christiana Holland of Saratoga Springs, NY are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Paige Christiana Holland to Lieutenant ...
Army National Combine participants 247Sports
Here is a look at the list of prospects expected to participate in the 2014 U.S. Army National Combine in San Antonio on Friday, Jan. 3.
Back-to-back tattoo expos in W.Pa. underscore wider acceptance of inking Tribune-Review
Tim Azinger's secret was exposed at a company picnic in the 1990s. After covering his growing number of tattoos with a suit at his former corporate job as a ...
CNN's Jake Tapper, Dana Bash admit what they got wrong about Trump's 2016 election win AOL News
During a CNN panel event at New York's 92nd Street Y on Thursday, Jake Tapper and some of his colleagues discussed the state of American politics ...
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