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Edison Career and Technology High School and alumni are spreading holiday cheer by giving back to families in the community. Classes of 1969 and 1985 and the public are coming together for the annual Thanksgiving food basket collection, where more than 200 families will receive essential food items donated by alumni, teachers, staff, community members, […]

Happy Holidays! In celebration of the season, the Mall at Greece Ridge announced it is bringing back two holiday traditions; the Greece Ridge Express Kiddie Train and a Welcome Santa Parade. The Greece Ridge Express Kiddie Train will return near Burlington Coat Factory beginning at 11 am Saturday with rides costing $2. The parade will […]

Earlier this week, two of Rochester’s finest chefs went head-to-head competing for the coveted title of “Chef of the Year” during the annual cookoff. The American Culinary Federation Rochester Chapter (ACFR) partnered with Foodlink to hold this competition where culinary instructor Chris Januzzi and executive chef David Kasper were the two finalists for this year’s […]

Approximately 2,000 unionized caregivers and service workers from the University of Rochester Medical Center’s Strong Memorial Hospital participated in an informational picketing event yesterday. The employees, who are part of the 1199SEIU union, gathered outside the hospital. Although they have not initiated a strike and continue to attend their regular duties, they are actively seeking […]

19 year old Isaiah Santiago, a Rochester City School District graduate, was elected on Tuesday night as one of the new commissioners joining the Rochester City School District Board of Education in January. Santiago has made history as the youngest member ever to join the board. Santiago stated: “I have direct experience of what’s going […]

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November 9, 2023

Monroe County Democrats celebrated sweeping victories on election night this year. Adam Bello was re-elected as Monroe County executive, defeating Mark Assini, a Republican, with 61% of the vote, according to unofficial election results.Democrats also able to won a majority of the Monroe County Legislature by electing 16 Democrats compared to 13 Republicans. Source: 13 […]

For the upcoming Veteran’s Day, the Rochester Museum and Science Center is planning something special for veterans and their families! Admission will be free this Friday and Saturday. The U.S.S. Rochester exhibit will also be open from 11 am – 2 pm both days. Source: 13 Wham

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 […]


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