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WATCH: The Impact Of Rochester's Sister City Partnerships
Promoting peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation one community at a time. That’s part of the mission of Sister Cities...
Excellus Cautions About Early, Elective C-Sections
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield released new data emphasizing the frequency and risks of premature births. It comes as part of an effort to dissuade...
Bishop Rededicates Cemetery Buildings
"We are really gathered for a spiritual and deep religious experience." The words of Bishop Salvatore Matano of the Diocese of Rochester Wednesay...
Henrietta Ethics Board Takes No Action Regarding Supervisor's Comments
The Henrietta Ethics Board has ruled it will take no action against town supervisor Jack Moore. This comes a week after Moore apologized for making...
Motorcycle Brake and Signal Light Helmet to Steer Riders Out of Danger
It’s amazing how many drivers out there can tell stories of instances where they were completely blindsided by a nearby motorbike. And the statistics...
Anti-Poverty Initiative Announces New Leadership, Work Group Members
Representatives from the Rochester-Monroe Anti-Poverty Initiative gathered to announce their new Director. Leonard Brock is currently a Director of...
Regents Select Former Florida School Superintendent and WNY Native as Next Education Commissioner
New York State has a new education commissioner. The state board of Regents, after a lengthy closed door session, chose Mary Ellen Elia, a former...
AARP Calls For A State-Facilitated Retirement Fund
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) AARP is calling for New York lawmakers to establish a new, state-facilitated retirement fund to help people save money who don't...
Golisano Children's Hospital Dedicates New Facility
Officials at the University of Rochester on Wednesday will dedicate the all-new, $145 million Golisano Children’s Hospital eight-story tower. It is...
Hilton School Supt. David Dimbleby Is Retiring
The Hilton Superintendent of Schools is retiring. David Dimbleby, who has led the district since 2005 and spent more than 30 years working in the...
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