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Governor Kathy Hochul has declared November Transgender Awareness Month to celebrate transgender, gender non-conforming and nonbinary communities. Governor Hochul stated: “Transgender Awareness Month is not only a month to celebrate the invaluable contributions that transgender, gender non-conforming, and non-binary communities have made to our state, but also a time to confront the misconceptions that breed […]

The George Eastman Museum has announced a new scholarship program available for Black students who wish to enroll at the L. Jeffrey Selznick School of Film Preservation for the academic year of 2024-2025. Founded in 1996 through the collaborative efforts of producer L. Jeffrey Selznick and Paolo Cherchi Usai, the latter a former Senior Curator […]

After the first snowfall, RG&E has announced that their average consumer will likely experience a decrease in gas heating expenses, though the same cannot be said for electricity bills. From November to March, RG&E predicts a $40 savings on gas bills for the average home, in comparison to the previous year. On the other hand, […]

The George Eastman Museum will be open to the public for free on Saturday from 10 am. to 5 pm. Guests are invited to explore the mansion in its entirety, including the galleries and the historic mansion, with a guided tour of the mansion scheduled for 10:30 am. At 1 pm, the museum is set […]

The DeMatteo family from Chili was showcased on Sunday night’s episode of ABC’s “The Great Halloween Fright Fight,” ultimately winning the grand prize. This local family garnered attention and acclaim for their intricate pirate-themed Halloween setup, named Halloween on Ambush. Throughout the episode, the DeMatteo family went head-to-head with three other families, all going for […]

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October 28, 2023

November 7th is Election Day, but to beat the voting day lines and to make it more accessible, early voting begins this weekend (today) in Monroe County. Early voting runs Oct. 28-Nov. 5 at 13 locations. David F. Gantt Community Center, 700 North Street, Rochester Monroe County Office Building, 39 W. Main Street, Rochester Edgerton […]

A brand new place to stay is now available following a trip to The Strong National Museum of Play. The Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Rochester Downtown celebrated its grand opening, situated in the Neighborhood of Play on South Union Street, directly opposite the museum. Members of the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce are […]

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October 24, 2023

This past weekend, Foodlink Community Farm celebrated its yearly Fall Festival. This farm acts as a communal garden for local residents. To mark the end of the growing season, they offered food, cider, pumpkins, and an array of autumnal activities. Mitch Gruber, chief program officer at Foodlink, stated: “We really want to activate this space […]

During the 25th annual Rochester Careers in Construction Day, more than 1,000 high school students actively participated. This event opens up a diverse array of opportunities, empowering students to build self-esteem and secure futures without the necessity of a college education. Grant Malone, the president of the Rochester Building & Constructions Trades Council, stated: “They’re […]

Earlier this week, a groundbreaking ceremony was held for a new community center that will help and support teens on their journey to change out community for the better. The Center for Teen Empowerment (TE) hosted this significant ceremony, inaugurating the construction of their new establishment, the Barack and Michelle Obama Youth Center, situated on […]

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