Georgie Silvarole, Rochester D and C

Georgie Silvarole

Rochester D and C

Rochester, NY, United States

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Past articles by Georgie:

Where are all the workers? NY businesses struggle to find employees

From auto body shops to breweries, businesses across the state are looking for help — and having a very hard time finding it. → Read More

Going to the Adirondacks this fall? Here's 10 scenic hikes to try besides the High Peaks

The High Peaks can be both over-crowded and extremely challenging. Here's some alternatives that still offer great views and exciting hikes. → Read More

The Adirondacks have 46 High Peaks. She tried to tackle all of them at once.

Armed with faith and friends, Bethany Garretson made an ambitious record-setting attempt in early August. → Read More

Spread the word: This is what becomes of the NYS Fair's massive butter sculpture

Don't worry — the 800-pound sculpture doesn't go to waste. → Read More

Former Circle C Ranch employee sues camp and its president, alleging sexual grooming

Laura Snell, 22, said Aarum touched her inappropriately when she attended and worked at Circle C Ranch as a minor. → Read More

NY approves COVID vaccine mandate for health care workers, removes religious exemption

A Health Department board authorized the vaccine mandate for health care workers, removing a previously planned religious exemption. → Read More

5 new things to eat, drink and see at the New York State Fair 2021

Heart attack-inducing foods, colorful cocktails, endless concert acts and fun rides — it's all back this year. → Read More

This 7-year-old grew too many cucumbers. Will anybody buy them?

Alaina Carroll, a 7-year-old from Lockport, became her family's fifth generation farmer when she and her dad started a garden last year. → Read More

Welcome to Canada: After 17 months, the border is finally open to the public again

Vaccinated individuals will be allowed to cross into Canada for non-essential travel starting at 12:01 a.m. on Monday. → Read More

'He won't take responsibility': Cuomo accusers feel vindicated by AG’s findings

Cuomo's accusers are feeling vindicated after the AG report's release. But now, they're wondering, what happens next? → Read More

Welcome to Niagara Falls! Sorry about the view.

Yeah, the Canadian border is still closed. Here's how visitors are making the most of what the U.S. side has to offer. → Read More

Summer homes, cold brews and family: Why Americans are eager to get back into Canada

People all over the U.S. have a slew of reasons for wanting to go to Canada — and they're eager to see the border reopen. → Read More

Christian camp Circle C announces changes to summer program after abuse allegations surface

Wayne Aarum, the camp's director, has been accused of inappropriately touching at least 16 teenage girls who went public with allegations that date back decades. → Read More

Wayne Aarum, pastor accused of abusing teens, sues Buffalo megachurch The Chapel for $2.5M

Circle C Ranch Director Wayne Aarum filed a $2.5M lawsuit against The Chapel the same day the D&C reported abuse allegations by former camp staffers. → Read More

The cost of coming forward: What sexual assault survivors face when speaking out

Women from all walks of life who come forward with accounts of sexual harassment or assault often face retaliation. → Read More

Plan for snowmobile trails through Adirondack Park ruled unconstitutional. Here's why

The hundreds of miles of paths would have permanently changed the park's landscape. → Read More

Planning to protest the Chauvin verdict? Here's what you should know

The Chauvin verdict may prompt protests. Here's what participants should know → Read More

Parking pass required: Officials prepare for overwhelming summer traffic in the Adirondacks

Starting May 1, hikers hoping to access to the Adirondack Mountain Reserve will need to make advance reservations. → Read More

'This past year sucked': How COVID limits adds to the sorrow for grieving families

In the year since the pandemic began, we've learned a lot about how to celebrate a life. Some grieving families say the options aren't good enough. → Read More

'It is not acceptable': Video of Fort Drum soldiers in shoot house training draws fire

A video of soldiers from the 10th Mountain Division in a live-ammunition training exercise is receiving criticism for unsafe behavior. → Read More