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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 […]

RG&E was trying to showing its “commitment to this region,” but picked the Rochester. RG&E used a photo of the Rochester, MN skyline. Monroe County Public Health Commissioner Dr. Michael Mendoza and Legislator Rachel Barnhart noted, it was a photo of Rochester, Minnesota. Thank you RG&E – your email to Rochester NY shows a stock photo of Rochester […]

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 […]

The Town of Irondequoit proudly introduced two additions to its vehicle fleet. One of these is a bus dedicated to transporting seniors to and from the community center for different activities. Additionally, a new street sweeper was displayed to aid in road maintenance, including paving, oil, and stone tasks. These vehicles were funded by the […]

The town of Webster has announced that the new lakeside park, Sandbar Park (302 Lake Rd), will be completed by next month! Features of the park are a play zone, boat launch, and a general park space, complemented by walkways and sidewalks. As construction is still underway, these areas remain off-limits to visitors.It remains unclear […]

A historic landmark to our south is on the verge of revival. Funderburk Enterprises, a New York-based firm, has unveiled plans to renovate the iconic Jell-O factory in LeRoy, with intentions to transform it into a distillery.This factory was once the birthplace of Jell-O treats back in the 1960s. To jumpstart the Oatka Distillery, a […]

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and Monroe County Executive Adam Bello, alongside Mayor Malik Evans, collaborated with the community at the Willow Domestic Violence Center to discuss the matter, which frequently extends to violence outside the household. Mayor Evans stated: “I am so very concerned with the numbers that I see regularly. I read […]

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