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Father, husband, volunteer, @MarquetteU grad, @DandC work life reporter. Tweeting about #ROC, #Bills, #Walkers, sports, news and more.

Job fair placing at-risk teens, young adults

democratandchronicle.com — An Urban Youth Jobs Program is looking to connect those ages 16-24 in the city to about 20 different area employers from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at the Thomas P. Ryan Community Center, 530 Webster Ave.

Slaughter: MCC gets $1.25M grant

RPD vehicle involved in crash, 3 injured

democratandchronicle.com — A Rochester police vehicle was involved in a crash Wednesday morning near the corner of Ames and Jay streets. Police have not yet released details on the crash - or injuries - but another car and a nearby store were also damaged. The other vehicle, an SUV, had front-end damage and came to a rest in the intersection.

Overtime changes could benefit 290K New Yorkers

democratandchronicle.com — Sarah Hannon worked six days and about 50 hours a week before leaving a $30,000-a-year salaried job as a director of education and events at a private club in the city for hourly work. "You can burn out quickly if you are not getting your time off," said the 24-year-old Farmington resident, who is now working at the Tennis Club of Rochester.
Jul 07, 2015

Overtime changes could benefit 290K New Yorkers; also leave businesses with a few things to think about. on.rocne.ws/1ClyHGF

Working Here: Need for nurses growing

democratandchronicle.com — Not everyone facing a terminal illness is cared for in a hospital. Some get a visit by a nurse making house calls to help with medications, coordinate services, answer questions for worried family members and more. When Jason Kowalski visits patients, they are often facing a grave diagnosis.
Jun 30, 2015

RT @DandC: Working Here: Need for nurses growing. Meet an LPN who enjoys his career helping people. ow.ly/OZI9F pic.twitter.com/Hikh6XLtUQ

Clausen: Lima worker rescues unresponsive man

democratandchronicle.com — Ben Luft was driving down Meadowlark Drive in Avon, Livingston County, when he saw someone down on the ground. At first, he thought the elderly man had tripped over something, but as he pulled closer, something wasn't right. He stopped the truck, jumped out and checked on Don Polle, a 84-year-old who had collapsed on the road.

Working Here: Serious shortage of skilled auto techs

democratandchronicle.com — Ryan Lynch saw a perspective of Hollywood not many got a chance to see when shooting for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" took over downtown Rochester two years ago. The Rochester resident saw it from inside a black BMW, as police cars screamed by in pursuit of a runaway truck for the opening scenes of the movie.

Urban League getting $1M+ job training grant

democratandchronicle.com — The Urban League of Rochester will receive more than $1 million to prepare youths with a criminal background enter the workforce upon release, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. The $1.05 million grant was announced on Thursday by the Department of Labor.
Jun 25, 2015

Urban League of #ROC receiving $1M+ grant to help young ex-cons and others successfully enter the workforce, on.rocne.ws/1NfGxlx @DandC

Bottled water recall includes 14 brands

pressconnects.com — A recall that saw Wegmans Food Markets pull some of its bottled spring water over potential E. coli concerns also includes several other grocers, according to Canadian-based water supplier. Niagara Bottling LLC said it issued the voluntary recall of spring water produced at its two Pennsylvania plants from June 10 to 18after being informed that there was evidence of E.
Jun 24, 2015

E. Coli spring water recall includes brands: Acadia; Big Y; 7-Eleven; Niagara; PriceRite; Shaws; ShopRite; Wegmans. pressconnects.com/story/money/20…

Volunteers of America closing area 11 thrift stores

democratandchronicle.com — The Volunteers of America Upstate New York will close several thrift stores and other operations to refocus its efforts on programs that serve more than 6,000 people annually, according to a statement by the agency. "Unfortunately, most people don't really know about our programs, because the first thing that comes to mind when they think of Volunteers of America is our stores," JoAnne M.
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Jul 29, 2015

@ScoAle I don't understand how he could win; there a process in place that gives NFL all the control ..collectively bargained

Jul 29, 2015

@andrethesmith There is a lawyer who started licking his chops before it was announced

Jul 29, 2015

First look: Kyle Williams and the gang begin moving in at St. John Fisher. #Bills on.rocne.ws/1Mu7N1M

Jul 29, 2015

@andrethesmith Typical for the state. They wouldn't let us see final proposal. Guessing franchises are part of 'chains' but its a guess

Jul 29, 2015

@andrethesmith On min. wage? Exact words board used were "30" or more and "national chains"

Jul 29, 2015

Can you makes something new out of the old? Rietz Wood can ... see more of my story at: on.rocne.ws/1JS2dkY pic.twitter.com/wYmiAkqmb6

Jul 29, 2015

RT @denmyoung: This would be a cool job...check out @ToddJClausen's story: Rietz Wood makes something new out of the old on.rocne.ws/1SgR6f6 via @DandC

Jul 29, 2015

Hmmmmm.....Patriots' Kraft: 'I was wrong to put my faith in the league' usat.ly/1I1wmjF via @USATODAY



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