ROC the Riverway projects advancing

ROC the Riverway projects advancing

The Roc City Skatepark, the Rundel building's new terrace, and an expansion of the Rochester Riverside Convention Center's terrace are among the projects moving forward through ROC the Riverway.

 

Flower City Arts Center director steps down

During her 15-year tenure, Janice Gouldthorpe put the 50-year-old organization on sound financial footing.

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Monroe County loses both elex commissioners within a month

Monroe County will lose both its elections commissioners in the span of a month as the county prepares for an onslaught of contests and expected high turnout.

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Rochester tenant’s battle with landlord, rodents persists

Linda Barger is still waiting for her landlord to make court-ordered repairs to her apartment.

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Feedback 2/19/20: If I were mayor . . .

This week, readers tell CITY what they would do if they were mayor of Rochester.

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SUNY Brockport calls off 'dirt-digging' probe

The president of SUNY Brockport has ordered the chief of campus police to cease investigating a tip on the college’s former head diversity officer, Cephas Archie, whose firing three weeks ago has sparked campus unrest.

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Commentary: About the Monroe County GOP’s change of heart

Monroe County Republicans say they’ve had a change of heart over a wrongheaded law they rammed through the County Legislature. But it smells more like a change of plans.

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Happy 200th birthday to the woman who dared

The media tributes to Susan B. Anthony on the anniversary of her 200th birthday are many and glowing. But the press mocked her mercilessly in during her crusade for women's suffrage.

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Monroe County lowers parents fees for child care subsidies

The Bello administration estimates the change could save families $560 per year.

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Kolb is latest Republican to bow out

The 10-term Assembly member resigned as his conference's leader after he was charged with DWI and now he's not seeking reelection.

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Assembly member Peter Lawrence will not run for re-election

Assembly member Peter Lawrence becomes the latest in a string of Republican state legislators to announce he will not run for re-election this year.

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Make Money Working for the Census @ Winton Branch Library

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"Tulipani" @ Little Theatre

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2020 Rochester American Chemical Society Annual Meeting @ Nox

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