Free N95 Masks Headed to Pharmacies and Grocery Stores

January 27, 2022

After announcing last week that the Biden administration announced it will deploy 400 million free N95 masks to the public, they have now announced that they are headed pharmacies and grocery stores. According to the Department of Health and Human Services; “Every person is allowed up to 3 free masks pending availability.” While we are […]

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West Seneca Couple Faces Felony Charge After Using a Fake Vaccine Card at Bills Game

January 27, 2022

At the last home Buffalo Bills game for the season, a West Seneca couple has been accused of using fake COVID-19 vaccination cards to attend the playoff game. According to Erie County District Attorney John Flynn, 34-year-old Michael Naab and 37-year-old Amber Naab presented falsified vaccine cards at Highmark Stadium. Since October 31st, proof of […]

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Urban League Opens Rochester’s 1st Women’s Business Center

January 26, 2022

The Urban League of Rochester is opening the ROC Women’s Business Center, the first of its kind in the greater Rochester community. Powered by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the ROC Women’s Business Center (RWBC) joins a network of 140 women’s business centers across the country. The SBA’s Office of Women’s Business Ownership has […]

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Fashion Nova To Pay $4.2 million In A Settlement Over Hiding Negative Reviews

January 26, 2022

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) stated that the California-based retailer Fashion Nova, will be prohibited from concealing reviews from consumers going forward. The company is required to pay a $4.2 million settlement after being accused of hiding negative reviews posted online. The FTC alleged in a complaint that Fashion Nova misrepresented the reviews on its […]

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Don’t Have Money To Cover A Surprise $1,000 Expense? No, You Are Not Alone!

January 24, 2022

According to a new survey from Bankrate, more than half of Americans lack the savings to cover a surprise $1,000 expense. And fully a third of households would have to use a credit card, take out a personal loan, or borrow money from family or friends to handle such an emergency. Of that number, 20% […]

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Senator Schumer Calls to Deploy Military Medical Personnel at Local Hospitals

January 24, 2022

Our beloved city is being hit with the omicron variant from two sides, an influx of patients and a shortage of staff. Some time ago, we received some help from the federal government as they sent military help to some hospitals across the county, and now the University of Rochester Medical Center is asking for […]

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Local Amazon Truck Recovered

January 23, 2022

Yesterday afternoon, the Rochester Police Department was on the hunt to find an Amazon delivery truck that was stolen. According to the investigation, someone took the truck on the 900 block of Monroe Avenue at around 2 pm. The Amazon truck that was missing had a Florida license plate 06AULG. As of right now, no […]

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Delayed For a Second Time: ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’

January 21, 2022

Yet again, the highly anticipated Marvel movie, ‘Black Panther: Wakanda Forever’ has been delayed. The second installment in the history-making Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise was delayed due to a surge of the omicron variant on the Atlanta set, and this now marks the third such instance of the production taking a hit in just a […]

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Order Free At-Home COVID Tests Online!

January 21, 2022

After a low-key website launch earlier this week, millions of COVID test kits will soon be shipped out to people across the county. In order to place this free request, click here. On this USPS link, you will be directed to fill out a contact form. If you live in an apartment complex, make sure […]

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Jay-Z & Meek Mill Fighting To Stop Rap Music Being Put On Trial

January 20, 2022

Jay-Z, Meek Mill and other artists including Fat Joe, Big Sean, Kelly Rowland and Robin Thicke are asking lawmakers to sign the “Rap Music on Trial” bill and turn it into law. The proposed New York State law would block lyrics from being used during trials. The bill aims to limit the admissibility of a […]

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