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  • Vol. 48, No. 30
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  • RCSD needs major change, forum speakers say
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  • RCSD needs major change, forum speakers say

    Participants at a public forum on Saturday cited problems of racism and lack of teacher diversity in the Rochester school district and told state education officials that the district has to change.
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  • The new state budget: some progress, some compromise
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  • The new state budget: some progress, some compromise

    New York State’s new budget, passed during a marathon session in Albany on Sunday, includes a raft of progressive reforms. But like many budgets, it’s the result of a compromise where not everyone is completely happy.
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  • McFadden pleads guilty, vacating City Council
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  • McFadden pleads guilty, vacating City Council

    Rochester City Council Vice President Adam McFadden pleaded guilty to federal charges on Monday morning, including a count of wire fraud and a violation regarding filing a false tax return. His seat became vacant immediately, and the remaining members of City Council will appoint his successor.
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