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“God’s Comic” Brad Stine to deliver holy hilarity and more at Roberts Wesleyan College

Christian comedian, Brad Stine will serve up an intense evening of side-splitting laughter, rants and musings on Sunday, April 27, 2014 at 7 p.m. at Roberts Wesleyan College’s Cultural Life Center.

The event, sponsored by Climbing For Christ, will celebrate the international ministry’s 10th anniversary and is a Climbing For Christ fundraiser to support the non-profit’s ongoing mission work in 15 countries.

Tickets are $30 for Artist’s Circle seating, $25 general admission, and $20 for students and are on sale online at www.roberts.edu/clc or by calling the college’s Box Office at 585-594-6008 or 1-888- 222-1048.

Town of Gates to hold 46th annual Easter Egg Hunt

The 46th annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Town of Gates will be held on April 19 at 10:00 a.m. at the Total Sports Experience on Elmgrove Road.

Children will be divided into age groups and sent out onto the indoor fields in a hunt for candy and prize tokens.

"Charlie & Checkers" will present an Easter variety magic show to entertain the whole family. Some furry friends from the Humane Society at Lollypop Farm will also be in  attendance. Kids can get their faces painted by one of Gates Chili’s Varsity Baseball players.

This event is for Gates residents only. Bring a basket or bag to collect your goodies! No pre-registration is required. 

Westside forecast for April 15th

Westside forecast for April 15th
News10NBC Meteorologist Rich Caniglia pinpoints today's westside forecast.

News10NBC Meteorologist Rich Caniglia pinpoints today’s west side community weather forecast.

New York State Exposed: The cost of driving in NY

Every day, most of us have to get in a car and drive somewhere, whether it's to work, school or the grocery store. The cost of driving can add up, from gas prices to Thruway tolls to registration costs.

Matt Cleckner is a husband and father of three children. He loves to drive. 

Matt Cleckner said, “It's the feel of driving, being out on the road, you got your music going, you're in the zone.”

But when it comes to his kids driving, he’s not just talking about safety. 

Cleckner said, “Honestly, I’m frightened. I know that insurance is going to be expensive.”

How does New York compare to other states when it comes to insurance rates? According to Insure.com, New York’s average car insurance rates rank among the bottom ten in the country. The bad news is other fees and high gas prices.

Mobile DMV Hours in Chili extend hours Tuesday to assist stolen license plate victims

The Mobile DMV Unit in Chili will be extending its hours Tuesday to offer DMV services to residents in Gates and Chili who had license plates stolen over the weekend.

The Chili Mobile DMV Unit will be open Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.   

Residents who need to replace stole plates need to bring in a police report, fill out a registration form and have valid driver’s license. 

Three branch locations in Greece, Irondequoit and Henrietta are open until 4:30 p.m. and the mobile DMV locations in the Parma Town Hall, the Webster Town Library and CityPlace are open until 3:30 p.m. Monday for victims to replacement license plates as well.  

For more information on hours and locations, click here.  

Police: Gates man flashes fake badge at police, claims to be an officer

A 63-year-old Gates man is facing charges after police say he claimed to be a police officer.

Joseph Larocca is charged with first-degree criminal impersonation.

Police say they were at Larocca’s home for an investigation when Larocca flashed his wallet at officers and said he was a police officer. According to investigators, inside the wallet was a laminated police patch made to look like a badge.

Larocca is due in court at a later date to answer to the charges.
 

Gates Chili seeking Hall of Fame nominations

The Gates Chili Central School District Hall of Fame Committee is seeking nominations for induction into its 2014 Hall of Fame.

A maximum of eight alumni will be selected. The alumni with an outstanding accomplishment or significant contribution within their schools, families, careers, communities or personal lives, will be recognized.

Graduates of Gates Chili are eligible for Hall of Fame recognition providing graduation occurred at least 15 years prior to the year in which they are nominated. Anyone can make nominations to the committee.  

The deadline for Hall of Fame nominations is Monday, April 28, 2014. For questions, call 585.247.5050 ext.1202. For more information, including a nomination form, click here