SOLAR SAVINGS

 American Homeowners are already taking advantage of this program that literally puts money in the pocket for Solar panels installation and saves big on the electric bill. Why overpay for the electric bill? With the latest breakthrough in efficient Solar technology and this program expiring at the end of 2020, it’s a no-brainer to take […]

Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends The Commercial Eviction Moratorium

  This coronavirus pandemic is choking the life out of small and large businesses to the point that it’s starting to effect commercial property. Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended the commercial eviction moratorium until October 20th. The order originally was set to expire on September 20th but the governor signed an executive order extending moratorium […]

WOMAN FALLS OUT OF CAR WINDOW ONTO HIGHWAY TAKING A SELFIE

 CNN reported a woman falling out of a car passenger window and onto a busy highway to film a Snapchat video in the UK. “The frontseat passenger was hanging out the car whilst filming a Snapchat video along the #M25 south of London. She then fell out of the car and into a live lane. […]

Major Bust In Oklahoma Leads To 5 Missing Children

  US Marshals made a unreal discovery in Oklahoma resulting in the discovery of 5 missing in danger children and arresting 262 people. Out of the 262 people that were arrested six of them and the others were wanted for other serious crimes. The US Marshals called this major arrest “Operation Triple Beam” that was […]

HBO & Netflix Shows Win Big at Emmy Awards

 HBO’s “Watchmen” Won 11 Emmys in total on Sunday night including best limited series. Regina King won for best actress in a limited series for series. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II also won for best supporting actor in a drama for his work on the show. Zendaya winning best actress in a drama for “Euphoria.” “Succession” also won […]

Tropical Storm Beta Expected To Make Landfall Early This Week

Rescue crews are preparing themselves by conducting practice drills in Corpus Christy, Texas to make sure they are ready for water rescues when tropical storm Beta makes landfall. Beta (the greek letter) is the new record holder, coming in at the 23rd tropical storm to be named in the Atlantic, taking the place of Alpha […]

Black Lives Matter Rally hosted by the Rochester Black Nurses Association

Wear your mask, and bring your stethoscopes! The Rochester Black Nurses Association, a community organization sponsored by the UR School of Nursing that serves as a voice for Black nurses, invites nurses, nursing students, health care professionals, and the community at large to join them as they “call in” racism as a public health crisis, inequities […]

SOLAR SAVINGS

 American Homeowners are already taking advantage of this program that literally puts money in the pocket for Solar panels installation and saves big on the electric bill. Why overpay for the electric bill? With the latest breakthrough in efficient Solar technology and this program expiring at the end of 2020, it’s a no-brainer to take […]

Governor Andrew Cuomo Extends The Commercial Eviction Moratorium

  This coronavirus pandemic is choking the life out of small and large businesses to the point that it’s starting to effect commercial property. Governor Andrew Cuomo has extended the commercial eviction moratorium until October 20th. The order originally was set to expire on September 20th but the governor signed an executive order extending moratorium […]

WOMAN FALLS OUT OF CAR WINDOW ONTO HIGHWAY TAKING A SELFIE

 CNN reported a woman falling out of a car passenger window and onto a busy highway to film a Snapchat video in the UK. “The frontseat passenger was hanging out the car whilst filming a Snapchat video along the #M25 south of London. She then fell out of the car and into a live lane. […]

Major Bust In Oklahoma Leads To 5 Missing Children

  US Marshals made a unreal discovery in Oklahoma resulting in the discovery of 5 missing in danger children and arresting 262 people. Out of the 262 people that were arrested six of them and the others were wanted for other serious crimes. The US Marshals called this major arrest “Operation Triple Beam” that was […]

Some Section V Sports Resume Practice While Others Bide Their Time

Low risk Section V sports will resume practicing today after the longest hiatus in recent history concludes. The Monroe County Public School Athletic Conference has elected to wait an additional week and will start practices on Monday, the 28th. This decision will allow more information on re-opening procedures to be analyzed and will give the […]

Kodak Still Under Investigation By SEC According To Congress Members

Despite Kodak clearing its own name with an internal investigation, several members of Congress are saying that this has no effect on the federal investigation into whether or not the company violated any securities laws. The controversy began when Kodak announced that it would be making a massive pharmaceutical deal with the government. The deal […]

Lovely Warren Reaches Out To Families Affected By Saturday’s Mass Shooting

Mayor Lovely Warren spoke with some of the families of the victims of the mass shooting that happened on Saturday night. She’s asking the community to keep the families affected in their prayers as they piece their lives back together after the tragic event. The Rochester Police Department is saying that two people were killed […]

2 dead, 16 shot in Mass Shooting on Pennsylvania Avenue in Rochester

 Statement from Mayor Lovely A. Warren on this Morning’s Mass Shooting (Saturday, Sept. 19, 2020) – “I’ve been briefed by Acting Police Chief Simmons on the shooting event which occurred on Pennsylvania Avenue in the City of Rochester. Our Pathways to Peace Team is on the ground and working with the victims and their families. […]

Black Lives Matter Rally hosted by the Rochester Black Nurses Association

Wear your mask, and bring your stethoscopes! The Rochester Black Nurses Association, a community organization sponsored by the UR School of Nursing that serves as a voice for Black nurses, invites nurses, nursing students, health care professionals, and the community at large to join them as they “call in” racism as a public health crisis, inequities […]

Pre-Screening for Covid-19 in May

— Community Fighting COVID, a volunteer effort to disrupt COVID-19’s impact in communities of color in Rochester, is holding prescreening sessions at the following locations this week: Sunday, May 17: Emmanuel Missionary Baptist Church (1772 Clifford Avenue), 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Monday, May 18: Bulls Head Plaza (West Main Street), 3-6 p.m. Tuesday, May 19: Father Tracy Advocacy Center (821 N. […]

ROC Summer Soul Music Festival @ Frontier Field

Fri. & Sat. Aug. 28th & 29th CELEBRATING 25 YEARS… Tickets Onsale Now @ The Frontier Field Box Office… And RocSummerSoulFest.com

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