Week in Review: Tribute to a Teacher; Condo Fire; Parking Lot Crash

Here are the 10 most-read stories last week on Rochester Patch.

Here we go: We're helping you catch up on what you missed last week.

  • : Friends, colleagues and former students reflect on their social studies teacher and wrestling coach, who died suddenly this week at age 51.
  • : The fire destroyed 8 condo units at the Oakwood Park condominium complex Wednesday afternoon. Officials said no cause was immediately known.
  • Downtown's construction project is moving right along.
  • No one was injured in the Thursday afternoon incident.
  • : From Subway (yep ... Subway!) to Brilliant Sky (it's moving) here's the latest at the outdoor shopping center.
  • : Tuesday night the board voted 4-3 on a motion granting preliminary approval for the senior living community.
  • : Small business owner Marilyn Trent said she has been able to expand her firm because of Obama-supported economic recovery bills.
  • There were 1,717 total home sales in May in the county. Did you buy a home last month?
  • : He scored a key goal in Game 3 of the series. 'I don't know if you saw my face, but I was pretty excited,' he told reporters.
  • Kenley Dabrowski passed away Saturday. Her funeral will be at the Modetz Funeral Home in Orion, and a memorial fund has been created in her name.










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