New Food Policy Council looking to drain Rochester's 'food swamp'

New Food Policy Council looking to drain Rochester's 'food swamp'

The City Council is expected to approve a new Food Policy Council in May that aims to advance access to healthy food and healthy lifestyles.

 

"Mission Accomplished": Conkey Cruisers founder sees the end of the road

With a loss of donations, a rise in dirt bikes, and widespread violence, the Conkey Cruisers are drawing to a natural conclusion.

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Fairport puts historic Potter House up for sale

A fixture of Fairport village life for nearly 80 years, the historic Potter House is for sale — everything but the outhouse.

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Cuomo sets new rules for baseball, Broadway reopens Sept. 14

Baseball games will be divided into vaccinated and unvaccinated sections, while Broadway shows eye a September reopen date.

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Census shows population fell in Monroe County, metro area

Monroe County's population fell by 0.5 percent and marked only the second decline in the county's history. The last was in 1980.

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Audits of Brighton Fire District find lapses in financial oversight

Fire district officials challenged some of the findings, but also indicated that corrective actions have been taken.

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Warren proposes Office of Neighborhood Safety

The Office of Neighborhood Safety is to serve as a central hub for the city's violence prevention efforts.

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NY lawmakers move to extend eviction moratorium through August

Tenants continuing to fall behind on rent due to the pandemic could not be evicted through August under a bill approved Monday.

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Judge tosses GOP bid to kick Democrats off Working Families ballot line

Republicans alleged that the Working Families Party failed to properly authenticate its endorsements. A state judge disagreed.

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Cuomo: Many COVID-19 restrictions to soon end in NY

Easing the restrictions, which have been in place for over a year, allows for a fuller reopening of offices, restaurants, and gatherings.

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SUNY campuses to allow fully vaccinated to go mask-free

The new SUNY guidelines align with the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations on mask wearing.

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Bloomin' Baskets @ Helmer Nature Center

Bloomin' Baskets @ Helmer Nature Center

An after school / after work event to decorate a basket, fill...

ImageOut First Cut Spring Festival
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    • Fridays-Sundays, 10:30 a.m.-7 p.m. Continues through May 23
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