Elizabeth Paul selected as Nazareth's next president

Elizabeth Paul selected as Nazareth's next president

Paul said the two colleges are similar and face headwinds in what she calls a “challenging time in higher education.”

Tweaks to East Main resurfacing project roil residents

Bike lanes are to be added to a one-mile stretch of East Main Street, but tweaks to the plan has rankled some neighborhood residents and cycling advocates.

State auditors warn that RCSD budget is still $40 million short

Despite cost-saving measures already taken by the Rochester City School District to close its budget gap, including the laying off of scores of teachers, the state Comptroller’s Office warned Thursday that the district is on track to finish the academic year with a $40.5 million deficit. State auditors, who have been digging into the district’s books, found there are no available reserve funds to apply toward the looming deficit.

Construction starts on Irondequoit Community Center

Town Supervisor Dave Seeley said the project should provide momentum for future development around the former Irondequoit Mall.

Cuomo's budget proposal would fund climate, conservation initiatives

Governor Andrew Cuomo's budget proposal includes a conservation bond act, $9 billion for offshore wind development, and a requirement for transit agencies to electrify their bus fleets.

Mayor Lovely Warren backs plan for RCSD monitor

The governor proposed the position, which would provide oversight of the Rochester school district and the Board of Education, as part of his executive budget.

A landlord’s victim fights back and blazes a trail for tenants

She lives with mice, buckling ceilings, and shoddy walls. But Linda Barger sued her landlord for repairs and won, becoming a pioneer for Rochester tenants' rights.

Rochester RazorSharks say pot and pro sports are a slam dunk

The Rochester RazorSharks, the city's minor-league basketball team, have agreed to actively advocate for the legalization of cannabis in a deal thought to be the first of its kind.

Council approves PAB appointments

City Council made the first nine members of the Police Accountability Board official, though a court case challenging the board's legality is still pending.

Cuomo's budget proposes legalizing cannabis, trimming Medicaid spending

Governor Andrew Cuomo's $178.6 billion budget proposal, which he released Tuesday, also includes his plans of how to deal with the state's $6 billion dollar budget deficit.

Genesee, Young Lion team up to create Valentine's Day chocolate stout

A pair of cupids in Young Lion and old Genesee Brewery aim to release their new chocolate stout on Valentine's Day.

Ex-Congress member Chris Collins sentenced to 26 months in prison

Chris Collins, who was a rising political star as an early and ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, delivered a tearful apology before his sentencing.

Rochester clergy urge state leaders to uphold bail reform

Rochester clergy are urging state leaders to resist mounting pressure from law enforcement and constituents to repeal or modify the new bail reform law.

City Council to confirm Police Accountability Board appointees

City Council is set to confirm Police Accountability Board appointees, but the board's legality is still being challenged in court.

Why do education advocates say the state owes RCSD $86 million?

Advocates charge that the state veered from its financial commitment to Rochester schools to the tune of $86 million.

Democratic state Senate challenger Jen Lunsford drops out to run for Assembly

Four months after announcing her intention to run for state Senate, Jen Lunsford is now running for the Assembly.


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