Ted O'Brien, a public face of COVID-19, returns home

Ted O'Brien, a public face of COVID-19, returns home

Ted O'Brien, the assistant state attorney general for the Rochester region and a former state senator, battled COVID-19 for 68 days.

 

Remarkable unrest outside RPD headquarters, 9 p.m. countywide curfew ordered

Hundreds of protesters marched through the streets of downtown Rochester on Saturday in a demonstration that turned violent.

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City Council members fear wave of evictions once COVID-19 pause ends

Governor Andrew Cuomo imposed a moratorium on evictions through August, but when it's over tenants will still owe any unpaid rent.

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Judge to warring Democrats: Come up with a plan for an elections commissioner

A judge gave a faction of the Monroe County Democratic Party until June 1 to devise a plan to select a new elections commissioner.

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Thanks to rebel farmers, it was illegal to wear masks in public . . . until now

Who knew we could have all gone to jail for 15 days just for doing the right thing and masking up?

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Divisions deepen in Democratic elections commissioner fight

Three Monroe County Democratic legislators being sued by party loyalists have filed a counter-claim supporting the plaintiffs.

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CMAC concert season appears lost, Darien Lake in limbo

CMAC and Darien Lake, two popular area summer concert venues, have canceled numerous shows, including their season openers.

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Board of Elections positions divide Democratic legislators

The Monroe County Legislature approved a measure that would create six new positions, most of them supervisory, in the Board of Elections.

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Town of Greece has plan to allow for some restaurants to have outdoor seating

The town is announcing a plan to help local restaurants by allowing them to apply for a temporary permit to operate with outdoor seating.

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Legislature looking to add Board of Elections staff

The positions are needed in part because of shifts in election schedules that'll last into coming years, legislative leaders said.

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Mayor Lovely Warren makes Facebook plea to stop violence after weekend of fights

Mayor Lovely Warren pleaded on Facebook to stop the violence after a Memorial Day weekend rife with high-profile fights.

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