Rochester will put all police disciplinary files online

Rochester will put all police disciplinary files online

Rochester will join NYC and Utica in placing all of their police disciplinary records into a publicly accessible database by year end.

 

Family, friends, dignitaries honor David Gantt

Family, friends, colleagues, and proteges paid their respects to the late Assemblyman David Gantt. Gantt died last week at 78.

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Rochester’s history provides lessons on racism

Educators and community leaders are developing a curriculum that would use local history to teach about structural racism in Rochester.

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U of R joins legal fight to overturn new international student rules

The U of R joins a host of universities filing amicus briefs in a lawsuit challenging a new federal policy that could force international students to leave the country.

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As basketball returns to city courts, so does a way of life

As basketball returns to city park courts, the sound of the ball against the pavement and the squeaks of sneakers are a sweet symphony to players.

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Activists dispute police account of Pennsylvania Avenue incident

Free the People Roc is calling on Rochester police to drop charges against four activists who were arrested during a July 5 incident.

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The Monroe County Democratic Party's bad day at the polls

Primary voters threw the local Democratic machine's orbit off course just enough to show that the electorate is no pushover to the establishment.

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In special election, McMurray wins Monroe but trails Jacobs elsewhere

Democrat Nate McMurray took Monroe County in the 27th Congressional District special election, according to results released Wednesday by the Monroe County Board of Elections. But his opponent, Republican Chris Jacobs, stands a good chance of taking the seat as McMurray trails him in other parts of the district.

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Romeo prevails in Monroe County clerk Democratic primary

County Clerk Jamie Romeo will now face Republican County Legislator Karla Boyce in November’s general election.

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Harry Bronson wins Democratic line in the 138th Assembly District

Assembly member Harry Bronson held on to the Democratic line in defending his seat representing the 138th District.

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Clark wins 136th Assembly primary by wide margin

Sarah Clark, one of three candidates who sought the Democratic line, pulled in around 63 percent of the 14,167 votes cast in the race.

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