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Mayor: City Can’t Stop Eviction Process but Offers Resources for Tenants

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net The mayor’s office cannot legally place a moratorium on evictions, but the city has services...

How Will the Airport Teach About Frederick Douglass?

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net A committee is expected to begin work in December on how the Frederick Douglass –...

City Programs Designed to Help Seniors, Restaurants Through Winter

Staff reports The city is bringing back the Senior Meal Program to provide free meal delivery to help seniors who lacked reliable...

Amazon and Innovation: What Will They Mean for Equity and Jobs?

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Two announcements about jobs for the Rochester region lead to one question: How will efforts...

Learn How City Plans to Make it Easier for Residents to Be ‘Green’

Staff reports The city is committing to buying electricity through renewable sources and will hold virtual public hearings to explain what...

‘In This Moment’ Chapbook Series Spotlights Leaders, Lifts Community

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Three words turned into a mantra: In this moment. In conversations. On the street. In what...

“Gantt’s Law” Would Boost Use of Minority and Women-Owned Businesses by Monroe County

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net A proposed law would require Monroe County to consider minority and women-owned business when...

Major Distribution Center Eyed for Gates Could Help Equity in Employment

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net This story was updated Oct. 27 with approval from the Gates Planning Board. A major...

Girl Scouts in Western New York Can Earn Anti-Racism Patch

Staff reports Girl Scouts in the region can earn a patch that shows their commitment to equity. Girl Scouts of Western New York, which...

House of Refuge Offers Food Distribution on Oct. 13

Staff reports Fruit, vegetables and dairy products will be available for free until supplies are gone or until 4 p.m. Oct. 13 at the...