New York movie theaters can open, but that's easier said than done

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has announced that movie theaters can reopen this week. But before people can fill the seats again, changes must be made. More...

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Majority of RCSD teachers say remote learning should continue

Majority of RCSD teachers say remote learning should continue

At the same time, 80 percent of the teachers who answered the survey said their students need additional support that they weren't getting.

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County to provide bail-out for struggling small businesses

County to provide bail-out for struggling small businesses

A COVID-19 relief grant program will target personal services businesses and prioritize assistance for minority and women owned business.

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Rochester schools contractor settles diversity fraud case for $200K

Rochester schools contractor settles diversity fraud case for $200K

Bell Mechanical Contractors will pay New York $200,000 for forging diversity criteria in the Rochester Schools Modernization Program.

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For these employers, there are no background checks, no drug tests, no interviews, and no problems

For these employers, there are no background checks, no drug tests, no interviews, and no problems

Embracing the 'open hiring' concept means being open-minded to no background checks and no interviews and overlooking applicants' checkered pasts.

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The Fairport 'race riot' that never happened

The Fairport 'race riot' that never happened

On Oct. 20, 1920, a Black man named James Noey was killed by a white police officer amid what has falsely been called a race riot.

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Gates Police halt use of Strong for mental health arrests

Gates Police halt use of Strong for mental health arrests

Chief Jim VanBrederode cited incidents where patients are released within hours, only for the same behavior to result in another 911 call.

Carol Naughton: Building Holistic Communities @ Livestream

Carol Naughton: Building Holistic Communities @ Livestream

Part of the Community Design Center's Reshaping Rochester series. Registration required. Details...
Book Discussion. Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs by Sally Mann @ Virtual Central Library

Book Discussion. Hold Still: A Memoir with Photographs by Sally Mann @ Virtual Central Library

Librarians Nanci Nugent and Bob Scheffel will join you in a discussion...
Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918): 100 Years After Suffrage and the Legacies of Race, Gender, and Civic Voice @ Livestream

Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918): 100 Years After Suffrage and the Legacies of Race, Gender, and Civic Voice @ Livestream

This talk spotlights Fannie Barrier Williams (1893-1918), a Western NY Progressive Era...

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