Unlawful surveillance: On March 12, a Fulton man was charged with unlawful surveillance at 1474 Monroe Ave. for allegedly taking a photo with his camera under the victim’s dress while he was employed by a modeling agency. No theft: A duffle bag reported stolen on Feb. 28 at 1200 Edgewood Ave. had actually been picked up by mistake and was later returned.
Editor's note: This is a revised version of a story that was originally posted March 8. It adds Rochester-area farmers and an announcement of new legislation by U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand. Going on three years now, Churchville dairy farmer Kim Zuber has kept his budget lean, forgoing buying new equipment or doing repairs on his properties, which hold about 2,800 dairy cows. Why? In part because milk prices have dropped to their lowest in a decade.
For all the clout Rep. Louise Slaughter carried in the world of politics for over three decades, her impact was felt perhaps more keenly among regular citizens across the nation. The ones who marched in parades with her as youngsters. Those who wrote letters to her, not knowing she’d return the favor — not just once, but multiple times over a period of seven years. The activists who felt her sincere support, and the parents who she stopped to chat with at the zoo.
@melissadderosa Hi Melissa! I work for Democrat and Chronicle in Rochester, NY. Would you be willing to share more of your story about marching with Louise Slaughter at 4 years old? We're collecting stories about how she impacted real people. Thanks!
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