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Three months since construction began on their new stadium, the Buffalo Bills are already facing a potential cash crunch with the latest projections having the team on the hook for as much as $300 million in cost overruns, four people with direct knowledge or who were briefed on the financial details told The Associated Press this […]

The Monroe County Legislature passed a law that will “ban the box” on county employment applications. It’s called the Monroe County Fair Chance Employment Act. The law will ban a question on county job applications that asks if you’ve ever committed a felony or crime. The legislature says it will help the county fill an […]

City of Rochester races Democratic Party race for City Court Judge CONSTANCE A PATTERSON, 39% (winner) JACK ELLIOTT, 35% (winner) CAMPBELL P ROTH, 26% Democratic Party races for City Council EAST DISTRICT MARY LUPIEN, 58% (winner) PAUL D CONROW, 42% NORTHEAST DISTRICT MICHAEL A PATTERSON, 56% (winner) CHIARA SMITH, 44% NORTHWEST DISTRICT BRIDGET A MONROE, […]

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June 27, 2023

Today is the primary election day in New York State, including several significant races. The polls will be open from 6am to 9pm. Candidates will be competing for nominations in seven districts of the Monroe County Legislature.There are Democratic nominations at stake for four seats in the Rochester City Council and four positions in the […]

The Rochester City Council approved the Mayor’s $675 million 2023-24 City Budget by a 5-4 vote.  Councilmembers Gruber, Harris, Lightfoot, Patterson and President Meléndez voted in favor of the budget, and Councilmembers Martin, Peo, Smith and Vice President Lupien voted against the budget. Prior to the budget passage, Council voted to add four new Resolutions […]

After the state Assembly chose not to move forward with a vote on the proposal for a casino controversy in Rochester. The Seneca Nation released a statement, the Seneca Nation saying the blame for keeping Rochester officials out of the loop lies directly with the governor, the Assembly and the Senate. The Senecas are now imploring […]

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 […]

Early voting is set to begin this upcoming Saturday June 17th and June 25th, they will be able to access any of Monroe County’s early polling sites. They will check in, receive the ballot with candidates representing their district, and they will be able to cast their ballot — the same as they would on […]

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May 18, 2023

The 1st U.S. state in the country to ban TikTok is Montana. Gov. Greg Pianoforte signed the bill into law. To protect Montanans’ personal and private data from the Chinese Communist Party, I have banned TikTok in Montana. — Governor Greg Gianforte (@GovGianforte) May 17, 2023 The law is set to take effect in January […]

With the deadline for student loan payments approaching, many borrowers are uncertain about whether they will need to resume paying or not. Recently, House Republicans proposed a spending cut plan that would eliminate all of President Joe Biden’s student loan assistance programs, including ending the payment moratorium and canceling federal borrowers’ balances. This proposal jeopardizes […]

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