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'Chicago': Killing it on Broadway, heading to Manila
Rome, New York
What does it take to make it big time – to land a role to die for and to have your face and name in the papers and on the billboards? For the fictional characters of Roxie Hart and Velma Kelly, it was murder, lies, and manipulation. For real life actors ...
October 23 2014
TV Picks for Thursday, Oct. 16: ‘Parenthood,’ ‘Bones’ and ‘How to Get Away With Murder’
Rome, New York
“Parenthood” is in its final season. This superb family drama is now in its final season with all the elements that fans love in full play.
October 20 2014
Murder charges against soccer coach dismissed
Watertown, New York
A judge has dismissed all charges against a college soccer coach accused of strangling and smothering his ex-girlfriend's 12-year-old son in northern New York. Oral "Nick" Hillary, former head soccer coach at Clarkson University, was accused of killing Garrett Phillips in the boy's home on Oct. 24, 2011. St. Lawrence County Judge Jerome Richards dismissed the murder indictment against Hillary on ...
October 18 2014
Meredith Kercher murder trial will reach Italy's highest court in March
New York
The Meredith Kercher murder case will be heard by the Court of Cassation in Rome on March 25th, where the fate of Amanda Knox will be decided.
October 01 2014
Article highlights cultural insensitivities
New York, New York
On Sept. 18, The New York Times ran a column on Shonda Rhimes, the creator of “Scandal” and “Grey’s Anatomy,” and the new show she is executive producing “How to Get Away with Murder.” Alessandra Stanley, a veteran journalist who has served as the co-chief of the Moscow bureau and later as the chief of the Rome bureau before taking over as the chief television critic, wrote the article, which ...
September 26 2014
Jerome K. Frost, noted area attorney, 75
Troy, New York
Acting Rensselaer County District Attorney Arthur Glass worked with Frost at the public defender's office and later battled him as a prosecutor. Frost's legacy includes mentoring attorneys such as Cholakis, and court victories that include the case of Adrian Thomas, a Troy man who was convicted in 2009 of murder in the death of his 4-month-old son and sentenced to 25 years to life. "Jerry Frost ...
September 25 2014
Rome woman charged in fatal 3-car accident
New York
A Rome woman faces vehicular manslaughter charges after a three-car collision killed one and injured five others Thursday on state Route 14 in the Town of Milo.
August 11 2014
A GOP Vision of Health Reform From a Bush (but Not That Bush)
New York
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- When the Affordable Care Act passed in 2010, one of the best arguments for it was the lack of any serious Republican alternative. Instead, we got Sarah Palin claiming Barack Obama's "death panels" could murder Palin's son (who has Down syndrome), and Tea Party members publicly calling Barney Frank, the openly gay congressman from  Massachusetts, a "faggot." No wonder it's ...
July 06 2014
New script for health care: Choices expanding beyong hospitals
New York
Ophthalmologist Dr. Patrick Costello removes cataracts, performs laser eye surgery and does cosmetic eyelid procedures at the free-standing Griffiss Eye Surgery Center in Rome.
July 06 2014
Man nabbed in Palermo anti-Mafia raid brags great-uncle killed NYC cop in 1909 in Sicily
Rome, New York
Idle Mafia boasting or cold case solved? Police said a suspected Mafioso, one of 91 people arrested in a raid Monday in Palermo, had boasted his great-uncle killed a New York City police officer dispatched to that city in 1909 to investigate the Sicilian Mafia.
July 04 2014
Sicilian mobster: great-uncle slew NY cop in '09
Rome, New York
ROME (AP) Idle Mafia boasting or cold case solved?Police said a suspected Mafioso, one of 91 people arrested in a raid Monday in Palermo, had boasted his great-uncle killed a New York City police officer dispatched to that city...
June 26 2014
Allison's diary tells of cheating husband
Rome, New York
THE jury in the Baden-Clay murder trial has shown parts of Allison's journal revealing the now deceased woman's unanswered questions about her husband's affair.
June 26 2014
Knox turns to last-resort court
Rome, New York
This April 9, 2013 photo released by ABC shows Amanda Knox during the taping of an interview with ABC News' Diane Sawyer in New York.
June 26 2014
Amanda Knox lawyers ask top court to review murder conviction
Rome, New York
Amanda Knox's lawyers have formally asked Italy's top court to review the student's appeals court conviction for the stabbing murder of her roommate.
June 26 2014
Who Really Murdered NYPD Cop in Sicily?
Rome, New York
No, despite the headlines, we still don’t know who gunned down the legendary NYPD detective in Sicily 105 years ago.
June 26 2014
Sicilian mobster: great-uncle slew NY cop in '09 - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri New
Boss, Missouri
ROME (AP) - Idle Mafia boasting or cold case solved? Police said a suspected Mafioso, one of 91 people arrested in a raid Monday in Palermo, had boasted his great-uncle killed a New York City police officer dispatched to that city in 1909 to investigate the Sicilian Mafia.
June 25 2014
Knox defense turns to Italy's last-resort court
York, New York
Amanda Knox on the set of a television interview in New York last year. / Mark Lennihan, AP ROME (AP) - Amanda Knox's lawyers have formally asked Italy's court of last resort to review the U.S. student's appeals court conviction for the 2007 stabbing murder of her British roommate.
June 18 2014
Kogut family: 'The jury did justice today'
Rome, New York
Alexandra Kogut's parents weren't in the courtroom today when Clayton Whittemore was found guilty of murdering their daughter. But they were following the outcome. "Mark, Sydney and I believe the jury did justice today," Becky Kogut said in a text message to the O-D shortly after the verdict was announced.
June 16 2014
Two U.S. health workers ill after MERS exposure; World Health body meets in Geneva
New York
Two health workers at a Florida hospital exposed to a patient with Middle East Respiratory Syndrome have begun showing flu-like symptoms, raising concerns about the ability of global health authorities to contain the mysterious and deadly virus. The World Health Organization convened an emergency meeting in Geneva on Tuesday to decide whether the rising rate of confirmed cases, most of them in ...
May 20 2014
No local alarm for MERS
New York
By Ken Jackson Staff Writer Health officials in Orange County are confident that a case of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), brought to this country by a male health care worker who traveled to Central Florida from Saudi Arabia, is an isolated, contained case.
May 20 2014
2nd MERS patient spent 4 hours in busy ER waiting room
New York
The second U.S. patient to be diagnosed with the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) spent at least four hours in the public waiting room of a busy Florida emergency department before he was seen by a doctor, a hospital official said.
May 20 2014
Health officials say first US spread of Middle East virus not alarming; risk to public low
Day, florida
NEW YORK, N.Y. - A respiratory virus that has sickened hundreds in the Middle East has spread for the first time from one person to another in the United States. Middle East respiratory syndrome, or MERS, has mostly spread before to health care workers or family members caring for a sick patient. But health officials say they don't find it alarming and that the risk of MERS to the general public ...
May 20 2014
Oneida County Health Department receives grant to clean up aged housing in Rome
New York
A grant for more than $1 million has been awarded to the Oneida County Health Department to improve environmental health surveillance in neighborhoods of Rome and adjoining towns that have aged housing areas that can create conditions that may lead to health concerns for occupants.
May 15 2014
ALPHA OMEGA ACADEMY: Murder for a good cause at AOA
Texas
Theater students from Huntsville’s Alpha Omega Academy can’t wait until Thursday. That’s when they will present “Death by Dessert,” a comedic murder mystery story, at 6 p.m. in the AOA gym. The play centers around feuding Italian restaurants in New York and a mysterious murder. It is sort of a lighthearted take on Romeo and Juliet, according to the actors.
May 12 2014
Berlusconi: I'll start helping elderly next week
Rome, New York
ROME (AP) Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi says that from next week he will start carrying out a court order to help the elderly four hours per week as part of his punishment for a tax fraud conviction.Berlusconi spoke...
April 24 2014
Hamid Abutalebi, Iran’s choice for UN, linked to assassination of dissident in Rome: court docume
Jay, New York
The U.S. has declared Hamid Abutalebi’s nomination to head the Iran's UN delegation 'not viable,' effectively announcing that he would not be granted a U.S. visa
April 10 2014
Ezra Michael Natoli – Bourdon, infant
New York
Ezra Michael Natoli – Bourdon, infant son of David Bourdon and Marianne Natoli, entered into God’s Loving Arms on Monday March 17, 2014, at Highland Hospital, Rochester, due to Triploid Syndrome. Continue reading →
March 26 2014
Suit vs. DPH rips medical marijuana shop financier
New York
A key financier of a proposed pot shop in Lowell was once sued by a former business associate for fraud, owed nearly $23,000 in taxes in New York and filed for bankruptcy four years ago, according to a lawsuit filed yesterday against the state’s embattled health department. The suit — filed by the Cardiac Arrhythmia Syndromes Foundation in Suffolk Superior Court — is at least the fourth brought ...
March 25 2014
ProMedica gets site by hospital
New York
ProMedica, which in June purchased the Starlite Plaza on Monroe Street for $7 million, has swapped a small parcel on the 11-acre shopping center property in Sylvania, for a piece of land near its ProMedica Toledo Hospital complex in Toledo.
March 09 2014
New trial date set in 2008 baby death
New York
A May trial date was set and a defense attorney assigned Wednesday for Adrian Thomas, whose 2009 murder conviction in the death of his 4-month-old son was thrown out two weeks ago by the state's highest court. Thomas, 31, made a brief appearance before County Court Judge Andrew Ceresia with his appellate attorney, retired Rensselaer County Public Defender Jerome Frost, and assistant defense ...
March 05 2014
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