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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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October 19, 2023

In the city that never sleeps, New Yorkers are celebrating over the grand opening of Manhattan’s first Wegmans grocery store. The doors to this 87,500-square-foot establishment, nestled within the 770 Broadway building near the Astor Place subway station, opened yesterday. This marks the second Wegmans store in New York City, with the first one having […]

Lollypop Farm teamed up with the Rochester Museum & Science Center to open an interactive animal rescue exhibit. “Lollypop Farm: Adventures to Adoption” gives visitors a chance to diagnose health issues on stuffed animals as well as having the opportunity to play an adoption game where you match animals with their forever homes. Source: 13 […]

More than 100 colleges and universities in New York will be eliminating their application fees for the entire month of October. Governor Kathy Hochul has announced initiative, marking the first time that SUNY, CUNY, and over 40 private institutions will offer free application options to high school seniors during New York State College Application Month. […]

The Laboratory for Laser Energetics at the University of Rochester is marking a significant achievement. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Friday to inaugurate “Conesus”, a new supercomputer. Leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning, Conesus will aid in advancing the university’s research. Stephen Dewhurst, Rochester’s vice president for research, stated: “The Laboratory for Laser Energetics […]

Events at Blue Cross Arena just got tastier (well, if you’re a Chick-Fil-A fan). Downtown Rochester is now home to the first Chick-fil-A at an indoor venue in New York State. The new stand is set to premiere today during the Amerks’ season opener. The menu will feature chicken sandwiches and waffle chips, with plans […]

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