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City to Offer Free Small Business Workshops

By Staff   The city of Rochester will hold a series of Small Business Financial Workshops, offering financial information to current...

Black Students Disproportionately Disciplined, Study Finds

By Frederick H. Lowe   (Trice Edney Wire) – African-American boys comprise 47% of suspensions and 44% of expulsions from...

County Awards $43.7 Million for MCC’s Downtown Campus Construction

By Staff   Monroe County officials, and Monroe Community College (MCC) President Anne Kress, have announced $43.7 million in...

Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Investigating Employee’s Alleged Racial Post

By Staff   The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has announced it’s conducting an internal investigation to find out whether...

Gov. Cuomo Calls for Increased Gun Control

By Staff   In the wake of the shooting of Carey Gabay, an aide in Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration, Sept. 7, the governor has...

Cuomo Says Implementation of Common Core Standards “Deeply Flawed”

By Staff Update: New York State Education Department Commissioner MaryEllen Elia has released the following statement in response to Gov....

WHEN WILL BLACK LIVES MATTER TO BLACK PEOPLE?

Following a series of violent acts throughout the Rochester community, the Minority Reporter asked local clergy, officials, and community...

Something is Brewing in Henrietta: Democratic Candidates Say Residents Deserve Their Fair Return

By Rodney Brown   Overwhelmingly, Republican voters have determined who will sit on Henrietta’s town board, or become the next town...

Excellus: Most People Don’t Need Vitamin D Testing

By Staff   Nearly nine out of 10 upstate New Yorkers have no medical reason to have their vitamin D levels tested, yet health care...

County to Extend Immunization Clinic Hours for “Back to School” Vaccinations

By Staff   Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks has announced the Monroe County Department of Public Health has scheduled a number of...