Morning News Brief

Written by on August 22, 2022

2 are dead and 2 were wounded over the weekend in Rochester, continuing the trend of shootings and further violence in the City.  1 man was found on the sidewalk of Olean street Sunday morning suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper body.  The man was unresponsive and when AMR arrived, they attempted life saving measures without success.  The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.  There are currently no suspects in custody.  Another man in his 20s was found on State Street around 2:35am shot in his upper body.  There were 50-75 people milling around in the road and on the sidewalk near him.  He was taken to Strong where he was pronounced dead.  Another man was found shot in his lower body and another stabbed.  Both were taken to Strong Memorial and are recovering.  Apparently a restaurant was holding a late night party and a fight broke out.  Major Crimes is investigating.  

The town of Byron is 200 years old.  The Byron Bicentennial Committee held a full day of activities Saturday to celebrate the town’s birthday.  The day included a 5K run, parade, food, games, vendors, music, a car show, and fireworks.  After the morning parade, Assemblyman Steve Hawley,  Town Supervisor Peter Yasses and Matt Meier, president of the Byron Historical Society stood with a State Assembly Proclamation to commemorate the anniversary.  Pictures can be seen at our news partner the Batavian.

The New York State Fair is starting Wednesday and each day is special.  Wednesday is Governor’s Day.  Thursday is Student and Agriculture Day with free admission for those 18 and under.  Friday is Pride and New Americans Day.  Monday is Law Enforcement Day with free admission to active and retired law enforcement.  Tuesday is Fire and Rescue and Beef Day with free admission to active or retired firefighters and emergency responders.  Next Thursday is Armed Forces day with free admission to active and veteran members of the armed forces.  Next Friday is Native American day with free admission for members of Native American Tribes.  Every day admission is free for those 65 and over and 12 and under.  The fair closes on Labor Day and there are no COVID restrictions at the fair other than masks being required on the buses.

According to a new Bankrate Ranking which takes into account affordability, wellness, culture, weather and crime New York isn’t the worst place to retire.  Alaska is at the bottom with high crime and bad weather and the Empire State is 20th thanks to its culture and wellness ratings even though its high tax burden and weather drag it down.  Number 1 is the sunshine state of Florida with its great weather and culture ranks.  The number 1 in affordability if money is your biggest worry in retirement is Michigan.  Number 1 in weather is Arizona.  Number 1 in crime is New Hampshire and the healthiest state is Massachusetts. 

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