Hope volleyball advances to Elite Eight
The Hope volleyball team are still on the hunt for a Division 3 national championship. (Nov. 20, 2023)
The Bills are once again a .500 football team after dropping a 37-34 thriller to the Eagles in overtime. Thad Brown and AJ Feldman dissect the game and what it means for the team's playoff chances. The Bills gave up not one, but two scoring drives with the lead late in the game as their defense failed them once again. They discuss what led to the problems and whether or not they have the players to step up with they need them most. The offense continued to look sharp as Josh Allen had over 400 yards of total offense with two rushing and passing touchdowns. They discuss his strong play and the offense moving forward. Coaching and officiating will be big talking points in the coming days. They discuss Sean McDermott's decision not to go for points at the end of regulation and his other decisions throughout the game. Shawn Hochuli has received plenty of criticism for the game his crew called, but AJ explains why it's not because of any sort of favoritism towards the Eagles. Finally, the road to the playoffs is not an easy one. They take a look a the big picture and see how they can sneak into the dance.
Monroe Avenue store owners are banding together to combat a rise of shoplifting incidents many tell us have continued to get worse.
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Before winter officially approaches, $100 million in funding has been secured to help renew roadways statewide, with multiple in our area.
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On the morning November 3, Geneva Police responded to the Byrne Dairy in Geneva, located on Castle Street, for reports of shots fired. When they arrived on scene, they found a 33-year-old man inside the business, suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.
READ MORE: https://www.rochesterfirst.com/geneva/man-faces-attempted-murder-charges-for-shooting-outside-of-geneva-byrne-dairy/
According to the Salvation Army of Greater Rochester, they have a shortage of bell ringers this season after launching this year's Red Kettle Campaign. They said 40% of the necessary positions are filled.
READ MORE: https://www.rochesterfirst.com/community/salvation-army-of-rochester-searching-for-bell-ringers-to-fill-hundreds-of-positions/