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Here’s a friendly reminder that you can still register for Shaping Our Stories: Recruiting & Retaining BIPOC Journalists, on Tuesday, August 29th, from 7-8pm. This virtual webinar series will focus on the continued barriers faced by BIPOC journalists (See flyer). Expect to learn the best practices for attracting and retaining BIPOC journalists, discussing current barriers, […]

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August 23, 2023

Relatives and friends are desperately seeking information after a Webster local vanished in California almost a week ago. Authorities in San Jose reported that Yohanes Kidane, age 22, went missing on August 15 at approximately 2:45 pm. During their search, investigators discovered that Kidane utilized a ridesharing platform to travel from San Jose to San […]

On Sunday, the 103rd anniversary of women’s suffrage was celebrated. Local female creatives showcased their talents at Susan B. Anthony Park in commemoration. Additionally, the upcoming 19th Amendment Emporium was introduced, designed to be a hub where women can explore new creative ventures or learn entrepreneurship skills to succeed in business. Set to open its […]

Click below for full guide: 8-21-23 Fringe Guide release FINAL Rochester, NY—Starting today, the Rochester Fringe Festival (Tuesday, Sept. 12 through Saturday, Sept. 23) distributes more than 110,000 free copies of its 112-page 2023 Official Fringe Guide. A complete list of distribution locations is available at

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August 14, 2023

The ROC Against Gun Violence Coalition seeks to end gun violence in Rochester by bringing attention to the causes and effects of gun violence and promoting quality of life in Rochester’s neighborhoods. The Coalition is made up of community partners and stakeholders who are already working to end gun violence using three unified tools: to […]

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August 12, 2023

There is a community gathering August 16th, 5:00pm – 7:30pm that encourages people to talk with one another, in hopes of healing and acknowledging past trauma. The Parent Café is a small group of individuals open to discussions that help reduce trauma, and bringing families together. The location of this event is at 530 Webster […]

During the 2023-24 academic year, the Gates Chili and Greece school districts will provide all students with complimentary breakfast and lunch. These districts have been granted the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) with backing from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. While families can access these meals without the need for paperwork, it’s recommended they submit an […]

The Monroe County Legislature enacted the Fair Chance Employment Act and prohibited “the box,” banning inquiries about criminal history on county job applications. During yesterday’s legislative meeting, the lawmakers cast their votes, resulting in a 20 to 9 decision in favor of the act. Source: 13 WHAM

If you missed todays event, make sure to catch the next one! Wednesday September 27th at Parcel 5, 285 E. Main st. 11am-2pm                               

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