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Wildfires in Canada have caused a fresh wave of smoke to descend on the region of Rochester. The Environmental Protection Agency has indicated that the Air Quality Index in the area exceeded 150 yesterday morning, which implies that breathing conditions were unsafe, particularly for those who are more vulnerable. To combat this, Monroe County has […]

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June 24, 2023

Sunrise Growers Inc, a subsidiary of SunOpta Inc, has voluntarily recalled certain frozen fruit items. The recall concerns pineapple supplied by a third-party that may be tainted with listeria monocytogenes. Listeria monocytogenes, an organism known to potentially cause severe, and occasionally fatal, infections in young children, the elderly, and individuals with compromised immune systems, is […]

Depression and feelings of hopelessness have skyrocketed among teens, social media could be the reason why. Nearly half of teens say they agree with phrases like “I can’t do anything right,” “I do not enjoy life” and “My life is not useful” — roughly twice as many as did just a decade ago. The poll, […]

This week Mayor Malik Evans announced the launch of Rochester’s Guaranteed Basic Income program. The pilot program that would give $500 a month to around 350 families. Starting Thursday, June 22 at 10 a.m. with an application form, and will be available for one week. To qualify applicants must: Be 18 years of age or […]

WHO: The Rochester Black Authors Association (RBAA) is committed to amplifying and empowering Black authors, allowing their literary talent to take center stage. WHAT: The 7th annual Rochester Black Authors Expo is a platform to empower and celebrate Black authors shaping the future of literature, uniting them with the community to discuss the importance of […]

This week, Monroe County announced their plan to install 60 life-saving kits in buildings and public spaces across the county.The “Life Saving Station” boxes each include an automated external defibrillator (AED), naloxone, a bleeding control kit, hand sanitizer, and are meant to be used before EMS professionals arrive on the scene of an emergency. Monroe […]

Yesterday, UR Medicine celebrated the grand opening of the region’s only outpatient orthopedic surgery center. The UR Medicine Orthopaedics & Physical Performance Surgery Center opened in February at Marketplace Mall. Since opening, 4,000 orthopedic procedures and 1,000 surgeries have been performed at the center. University of Rochester Medical Center CEO Dr. Mark Taubman stated: “Today’s […]

‘Delicate dumping’ is like quiet quitting. Delicate dumping is different form this trend is that a person will have also stopped investing the time, energy and emotion into the future of the relationship like they once did. Therefore, they will start doing the bare minimum – in the hopes their other half might break things […]

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May 15, 2023

Sometimes we get stuck and it may be difficult to decide on a solution for what is challenging us. There is nothing wrong with that however being stuck momentarily and suffering are two different things. Yes, suffering is a choice (more on that another time). When you feel stuck or feel as if you can’t […]

Congratulations to the graduating class of REOC’s nursing program for 2023. They stop by the WDKX Wake-Up Club to talk a little bit about their road to graduation and to getting into the nursing field.

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