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The 68-point complaint from the Faculty Senate and unionized employees seeks an evaluation of President Anne Kress and her team.        ... [Read More]
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The downtown operation is shutting down but company officials were providing few details Tuesday.        ... [Read More]
On a resounding 7-2 vote, members of City Council on Tuesday rejected the administration's proposal to sell the East End parking garage to a group... [Read More]
The $80 million federal commitment passed Congress this week and awaits President Trump's signature.        ... [Read More]
As the Republican and Democratic candidates focus on one another, incumbent Joe Errigo not ready to end campaign.        ... [Read More]
The seventh-annual blood drive is Saturday at Keeler Park Apartments.        ... [Read More]
Democratic turnout was more than double the mark from the contested 2014 primary.        ... [Read More]
A quick look at the money, the projects and what fans can expect at Rochester's downtown arena this fall.        ... [Read More]
A mix up at east side polling place left some voters unable to vote in the state Assembly's 136th District race on Thursday.       ... [Read More]
Primaries on the Democrat and Republican campaigns for state Assembly will be on the Sept. 13 ballot.        ... [Read More]
The county's investigation concluded that Bello's account of the extent of a leak, and employees involved, was incorrect.        ... [Read More]
Local developers are seeking to buy or lease three city-owned downtown parking garages: East End, Mortimer Street and Genesee Crossroads.        ... [Read More]
Police Chief Michael Ciminelli leaving RPD, Warren appoints interim        ... [Read More]
The annual Rochester Labor Day parade is Monday.        ... [Read More]
Southeast Towers, comprised of Manhattan Square and The Savannah apartments, will be renovated over the next three years.        ... [Read More]
Gallina Development Corp. is looking to add to its downtown portfolio, adding the Seneca Building to its property portfolio.        ... [Read More]
The hospital Hospital needs new zoning designation to start project that will make most of the rooms private.        ... [Read More]
A preliminary report from homeless advocates shows county outpaces others, including New York City, on sanctions, application denials and case closings.        ... [Read More]
The changeover is expected to happen in the next two months.        ... [Read More]
A South Wedge duplex is the first of four houses The Rochester Housing Authority is opening for families whose homes are destroyed by fire.      ... [Read More]
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