Bitcoin Mining Company Expands In Rochester

September 23, 2020

A bitcoin mining company called Founder is planning on investing $100 million into a new operation in Rochester as it expands from New York. CEO Mike Colyer says that bitcoin is here to stay and the company wants to take advantage of the bright minds that gather in Rochester. “So Bitcoin mining is basically the […]

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Henkel Adds Expansion To Factory In Geneva, Creating New Jobs In The Community

September 22, 2020

A new multi-million dollar production facility is coming to Geneva and creating new high tech jobs. Multinational chemical production company Henkel has announced a multi-million dollar expansion to their plant in Geneva, which will be brining in more dollars to the local economy that is still reeling from the devastation that COVID-19 has caused. Mike […]

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Some Section V Sports Resume Practice While Others Bide Their Time

September 21, 2020

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 […]

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Kodak Still Under Investigation By SEC According To Congress Members

September 20, 2020

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 […]

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

September 20, 2020

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 […]

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

September 19, 2020

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. […]

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Seneca Zoo Welcomes ‘Willie’ The Red Panda

September 18, 2020

Seneca Zoo has announced that they have acquired a new red panda named “Willie” a year to the date after “Blaze” died of a respiratory infection. He will be keeping his younger mate Starlight warm this winter in the Cold Asia Exhibit that began in 2018 and “Has quickly become a favorite,” according to Monroe […]

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Lyft and Uber Offering Deals To Encourage Voting In Election Day

September 17, 2020

On Election Day, Lyft is offering 50% off a ride with the code “2020VOTE.”  The discount only includes a single ride and it caps at $10 off the total. The ride-sharing company also announced that it’s partnering with nonprofit organizations through the LyftUp program to offer more free and discounted rides to communities with limited […]

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RCSD Cancels 2020 Fall Sports Season

September 17, 2020

In a statement on Wednesday, the Rochester City School District announced that there will be no fall sports for the 2020 school year. There are hopes of a late start to the season on March 1st according to Superintendent Dr. Lesli Meyers-Small. The full statement reads: “The Rochester City School District is committed to the […]

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A Student From Spencerport School District Tested Positive For Covid-19

September 16, 2020

Last week it was reported that two students from Rush Henrietta school district tested positive for covid-19. This week a high school student in the Spencerport Central school district has also tested positive for covid-19. According to reports the student hasn’t been on school campus yet this new school year. My questions are where are […]

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