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State Subsidy System Lacks Transparency at Regional Level
New York state’s economic development programs lack transparency and accountability at a regional level, according to a new report released Monday by...
A "Day of Action" for Some ROC Parents, Students & Teachers
Fair funding for public education and a moratorium on state tests. That’s what some Rochester area parents, educators, union members and activists...
Roberts Wesleyan Names A New President
Roberts Wesleyan College has named a new president. Deana Porterfield has been named to the post that will be left vacant after John Martin retires....
Reformers Focus on "Useless" State Board of Elections
Reform groups are focusing attention on Governor Cuomo’s anti corruption commission’s recommendations to beef up the anemic State Board of Elections...
Local Businesses Merge To Help Form New Software Company
Some local companies are joining forces to form a new firm called Calero Software. The companies include Henrietta based Veramark Technologies, as...
NYS Health Exchange Enrolls Over 100,000 People
Officials with the New York State Health Department say that as of Monday, just over 100,000 people in the state have enrolled for coverage in the...
New President named for Roberts Wesleyan College and Northeastern Seminary
Deana Porterfield, Ed.D., will be the 11th president of Roberts Wesleyan College and the third president of Northeastern Seminary. The announcement...
Wonder Where Webster Water Went?
This is a special day for Webster Mayor John Cahill and two trustees. Village residents elected the three on a promise to switch the village water...
Salvation Army Donations Behind Schedule
The Salvation Army of Greater Rochester says it’s facing a challenge to meet this year’s goal. That goal is $560,000 and right now they still have to...
Senators Want New Safety Features On Trains
NEW YORK (AP) — After a New York commuter train derailment killed four people, two federal lawmakers want trains to be outfitted with cameras pointed...
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