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An executive action announced by Governor Kathy Hochul hopes to help address the housing crisis. Gov. Hochul said too much time will be wasted if the state waits until next year’s session to address the issue: “New Yorkers need houses built now. We’re going to start driving down the cost because guess what, it is […]

This week, the Rochester Red Wings are hosting a first-of-its-kind unique camp. Welcoming children between the ages of 7 and 13, the ballpark is set to be buzzing with the kick-off of the premier Nike Baseball Camp. Guided by Red Wings’ manager, Matt LeCroy, and a crew of other coaches and players, the camp participants […]

Different layers of the US government are struggling with the recruitment and retention of their employees. Yesterday, a nationwide recruitment campaign, fronted by a bus tour that included representatives of the country’s premier public employees union, made a stop at Rochester’s City Hall. The goal of the campaign was to inspire locals to consider roles […]

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July 15, 2023

Get ready, East Rochester, Taco Bell is headed your way. The new Taco Bell branch at Piano Works on West Commercial Street is readying for its grand opening ceremony on Monday.Taco Bell is set to impress with double drive-thru lanes, and will also offer dine-in, carryout, and delivery services. The franchisee has arranged a ribbon-cutting […]

Monroe County has officially begun its Pride Week celebrations. Trillium Health initiated the series of events on Monday with a gathering at Martin Luther King Park. The park now proudly displays a large pride flag, all set for the upcoming Pride events during the weekend. The Pride Parade in Rochester is scheduled to commence at […]

Monroe County is proudly displaying the colors of Pride this month. Even though Pride Month is nationally observed in June, it is celebrated in July within this county. Allan Richards, the legislative coordinator for Assemblyman Harry Bronson, emphasized the importance of Pride by stating: “The significance of Pride lies in its assertion of our dignity, […]

Lollypop Farm invites you to discover your next lifelong companion during their “Clear the Shelter Week.” This free event, aimed at finding forever homes for the animals, is taking place from Sunday, July 9th to Saturday, July 15th. There’s no adoption fee, and anyone can drop in without an appointment. The main event hub is […]

Gates Chili Central School District has initiated efforts to make sure every child is supplied with nutritious meals throughout the summer. The district kicked off its no-cost summer meal service for all district children. Gates Chili Middle School will be serving breakfast on weekdays until August 11, between 8 and 8:30 am, and lunch will […]

Wildfires in Canada have caused a fresh wave of smoke to descend on the region of Rochester. The Environmental Protection Agency has indicated that the Air Quality Index in the area exceeded 150 yesterday morning, which implies that breathing conditions were unsafe, particularly for those who are more vulnerable. To combat this, Monroe County has […]

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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 […]

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