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Why Farmers Markets Matter to a Neighborhood

Way back when, Rochester was supposed to have two public markets. The one we all know is on Union Street in the northeast part of the city....

RCSD Grad Rates Improve, But District Still ‘Far From Accomplishing Mission’

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Update: On Sept. 10, Rochester City School District Superintendent Terry Dade issued this...

Time Running Out to Comment on ‘Rochester 2034’ Plan

The deadline is Aug. 16 for comment on the city’s comprehensive plan Rochester 2034. The plan will guide development and policy...

Former Mayor Duffy: We Own School Failure, We Need to Change It

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net Update: The City of Rochester has appealed the decision by a state Supreme Court justice who...

Northeast Neighbors Present Proposal for Events After Puerto Rican Festival

Patti Singerpattisinger@minorityreporter.net A group of northeast Rochester residents has presented the mayor with a proposal to contain...

RPD Identifies Teen in Apparent Drowning at Turning Point Park

Rochester Police identified 13-year-old Ja’Vir Hampton of Rochester as the person who apparently drowned July 28 at Turning Point...

Colon Cancer Hits African Americans Earlier

African Americans who develop colon cancer do so when they are younger than people of other races, and the disease is diagnosed at a more...

Rochester Gets High Rating From Bond Analyst

Rochester’s finances were recognized by a leading agency that provides credit ratings, research and risk analysis. Moody’s...

Rochester Awarded Funding to Combat Zombie Properties

The City of Rochester was among 48 municipalities awarded funds from a state grant aimed at reducing abandoned properties, also known as...

Lashun Pace to Perform at Gospel Jubilee

National recording artist Lashun Pace is scheduled to perform as part of the seventh annual Gospel Jubilee from 4 to 7:30 p.m., July 28 at...