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Born in Canandaigua NY, Pete Kennedy grew up the youngest of 5 Irish kids of Marian and T. Hamilton Kennedy. His dad "Ham" was elected as Mayor of the city of Canandaigua and served 14 years while his youngest son Pete stole the title "Mayor". Ham earned the title and Pete pilfered it.
Pete helped a bunch of his buds at St. Marys School to found an actual radio station that played music over the PA system during lunch. Many of the nuns were less than impressed by the musical selections this young mob played over WSMR. Later, "Mayor" also served as captain of his beloved Canandaigua Academy football team the Braves.
After successfully graduating from SUNY Geneseo where he spent many hours "studying" humanity while DJing and bartending at the world famous Inn Between, he headed to the bright lights of the big city of Rochester NY where he's been rockin' Rochester radio waves for 25 years, now back on the air at 95.1 the Brew.
When not heckling callers and having fun with them on air, he's actively out working' the streets at various community and charitable events. Last year alone he was involved in over 120 events and has plans for many more in 2012.
east down the Thruway we pass through the Montezuma Refuge on a regular basis. It's kid of a mysterious place to me. I've never actually been inside this vast area, it just pops up during the boring ride towards Syracuse. Not far from this spot is where some adorable puppies were taken from their owner. Look at the pups pictured here. If you know who may have been part of this, read the story from our pals at WHEC.com and help find the thief.
The Cayuga County Sheriff's Office has recovered seven pure bred pit bull puppies that were stolen from an unlocked shed in Montezuma Wednesday morning...
The eight-week-old puppies were found Wednesday night and were returned to their owner. All of the puppies are safe and healthy.
Investigators say an unknown person entered an unlocked shed on NYS Rt. 90 in Montezuma and stole the puppies. According to the owner, they are worth $4,900.
Sheriff's detectives say they received numerous tips following media coverage Wednesday evening. They received calls from two people who had the puppies and wished to return them.
The investigation is continuing. Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Steve Smith at (315) 253-1610. Anonymous tips may be left at cayugacrime.com.