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The Rochester school board intends to rename School 33 on Webster Avenue for the late Iris Banister, it announced Saturday during Banister’s memorial service at the school. Banister, who died in March at age 77, spent more than 30 years working in the Rochester City School District, part of a career of service in education. She and […]

The Wegmans Super Kids Market exhibit at The Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester is set to temporarily close from April 29 to May 22 for renovations. This popular kid-sized grocery store simulation allows children to shop and act as cashiers, offering a unique hands-on experience. The upcoming renovations will refresh the exhibit with […]

Governor Kathy Hochul of New York referred Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley to the New York State Commission on Prosecutorial Conduct following the release of police body-cam footage. The footage captured Doorley during a traffic stop where she behaved unprofessionally and claimed she was above the law, attempting to use her public office to […]

The City of Rochester has announced the lineup for the 2024 Party in the Park, set to take place every Thursday from July 11 through August 15 at Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Now in its 27th year, the event will feature a mix of established and tribute bands, starting at 6:00 p.m. with opening […]

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April 27, 2024

On Saturday, May 4th at 1pm, Assemblyman Demond Meeks and Monroe County IMPACT are partnering together to provide Narcan Training. This event is open to the community and will be held at 175 Genesee St. Rochester, NY 14611. To RSVP, scan the QR code down below!

Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley was involved in a contentious traffic stop captured on police body camera footage. After being pulled over for speeding at 55 mph in a 35 mph zone, Doorley, instead of stopping immediately, drove home and called Webster Police Chief Dennis Kohlmeier. In the footage, she is seen repeatedly invoking […]

Maulik Pancholy, a gay actor and children’s book author, has been reinstated as a speaker at Mountain View Middle School in Pennsylvania after his appearance was previously cancelled. The Cumberland Valley School District board originally canceled the event, scheduled for May 22, due to concerns over Pancholy’s activism and sexual orientation. The decision was reversed […]

Ten years ago, in April 2014, Flint, Michigan officials switched the city’s water supply from Lake Huron to the Flint River, initiating a public health disaster involving lead and bacteria contamination. This decision led to widespread health issues among residents, including skin rashes and lead poisoning, particularly affecting children. Now as teenagers and young adults, […]

The recent passage of a $237 billion state budget has brought significant changes to eviction rules in Rochester, New York, sparking controversy among both tenants and property owners. The revised rules are meant to make evictions more difficult, particularly to protect tenants who pay rent and comply with their lease terms from unfair evictions and […]

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