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  • Sep 11-17, 2019
  • Vol. 49, No. 1
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  • Three Green candidates think they can win
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  • Three Green candidates think they can win

    You might have assumed that the competition for the seats on City Council was locked up in the Democratic Primary in June. Rochester’s such a heavily Democratic city that the party’s primaries are considered the real election. But Green Party candidates Alex White, Chris Edes, and David Sutliff-Atias strongly disagree. White in particular bristles at the idea that he’s running as a third-party candidate.
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  • Rochester diocese files for bankruptcy
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  • Rochester diocese files for bankruptcy

    Rochester has become the first of New York state's eight dioceses to seek protection from creditors in bankruptcy court because of financial fallout from the church's decades-long sex abuse scandal.
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