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February 3, 2023

With inflation affecting the cost of almost everything, some families may face even more hardships. Starting next month, March, recipients of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will receive only one allocation per month, reverting to their regular benefit prior to COVID. The reduction in benefits varies by household, with most families seeing between $95-200 […]

A food service director at an Illinois school district was arrested and is being accused of stealing $1.5 million dollars worth of chicken wings. Reports say the woman began stealing the chicken during The peak of COVID-19 when the kids were at home doing a remote learning. The woman was able to still order the […]

Two New York mothers are suing their children’s public school district, Riverhead Central School District located on Long Island, for causing “emotional distress” by enforcing mask-wearing despite the overturning of a state mandate. The mask mandate policy went into effect in August 2021, and has been accused of being “cruel” and “unusual” due to alleged […]

The Covid-19 vaccine mandate for healthcare workers has been lifted. However, Governor Kathy Hochul is indicating that the overturning will not allow any unvaccinated individuals to return to their roles. The mandate, which asked hospitals and nursing homes throughout the state to develop individual policies enforcing vaccinations, was implemented by then-Governor Andrew Cuomo in 2021. […]

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November 22, 2022

Please be careful during this time of year! According to recent data, a third person in Monroe County has died from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Health leaders are reminding everyone about the triple threat posed by RSV, the flu, and COVID-19 this holiday season. All three people who have died from RSV in Monroe County […]

‘Tis the season of allergies, colds, the flu, covid, and all of the in-betweens. Now, local doctors say they’re seeing a rise in respiratory illnesses in children — and it’s happening earlier than usual this year. Doctors say a lack of masking is a contributing factor. Dr. Colleen Markevicz, a pediatric emergency medicine specialist with […]

President Joe Biden appeared  on 60 minutes news broadcast over the weekend and said that the Coronavirus virus pandemic is over. If you skip to the 04:46 mark of the video you’ll hear what President Joe Biden has to say about Covid-19. President Joe Biden also touched on inflation and other American concerns. Joe Biden […]

The New York State Office of Children and Family Services has announced that they have updated its guidelines for child care programs, eliminating the quarantine requirement for each exposure to COVID-19 for children who are not sick. Previously, children who were unvaccinated were required to quarantine for five days after close contact with the virus, […]

Dr. Anthony Fauci, announced he is stepping down from his role in the federal government. As of December, he will leave the position he’s held for 38 years as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Plus his job as chief of the NIAID Laboratory of Immunoregulation, and his role as Chief […]

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August 1, 2022

After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Spencerport Canal Days were back this weekend. To celebrate the end of July, the event took place with lots of arts and crafts vendors, a tasting tent, a children’s activity event, and more. This year marked the 39th anniversary of Spencerport Canal Days. Ginny Swarthout, Director […]

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