Adam Bello Announces Public Engagement Plan for ARPA Funds

October 17, 2021

On Saturday, Monroe County Executive Adam Bello spoke from the Seneca Park Zoo, announcing the official kick-off of the county’s public engagement efforts to support Monroe’s financial recovery efforts. When describing the theme of the announcement, Bello said it is bringing Monroe County back while planning for the next 200 years. Bello thanked members of […]

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Monroe County Offers Free Rapid PCR COVID-19 Tests for Children

October 16, 2021

Yesterday, Monroe County began scheduling free, rapid PCR tests for K-12 students at the County Fleet Center, 145 Paul Road. The PCR tests are available via appointment only and are a drive-through, paperless transaction, offering the non-invasive nasal swab. Children seeking this test must be symptom-free without any fever-reducing medication for 24 hours, not be […]

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Snapchat Threat At Greece Arcadia High School, Leads To More Security

October 15, 2021

After a threat circulating on social media, Greece Arcadia High School stepped up security. A concerned community member sent News10NBC a picture of what looks like a “kill list” posted on Snapchat. It includes dozens of names and the text, “If u [sic] are on this list dont [sic] come to school tmrw [sic] cause my […]

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Wait Times are Worse at the ED, says Rochester Emergency Medicine Chair

October 15, 2021

Dr. Keith Grams, the head of Rochester Regional Health’s emergency medicine, is addressing wait times at its hospitals. According to Dr. Grams, the backlog of people waiting in the emergency department has worsened over the last few weeks because of a couple of factors. He stated: “Rochester Regional emergency departments are experiencing significant more overcapacity […]

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The Little Requiring Proof of Vaccination for Guests 12 and Older

October 14, 2021

Rochester’s The Littler Theater will be requiring proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all patrons 12 and older starting Oct 20. This requirement will be mandated in less than a week, so those who are seeking vaccinations and would like to attend The Little will not be able to attend until later in November, even if […]

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A local Restaurant Is Using Robots To Help When Understaffed

October 13, 2021

With staff shortage across the country and food service there’s a new possible tool to help out restaurants in the future if they’re understaffed. The technology is already here in Rochester, the food service robots Started being used at Henrietta Restaurant Supply, they said the robot can deliver food to tables and this can help […]

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Rochesterian Mary Starks Recieves New York State Nurse Practitioner Of The Year Award

October 13, 2021

Mary Starks, a native of Rochester, NY, has been named Student Nurse Practitioner of the year for New York. Congratulations to Mary for her accomplishments and for the things she will continue to do in the healthcare field. The Nurse Practitioner Association of New York State is the only association statewide to support healthcare workers. […]

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Dr. Fauci Says Halloween is a Go this Year

October 13, 2021

Time to pick out the costumes and stock up on the candy, Halloween is just around the corner. Unlike last year where trick-or-treating was technically canceled, this year according to the nation’s top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci, we have the go-ahead to celebrate Halloween. The go-ahead was given since many adults as well […]

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Congressman Brian Higgins Says the US Plans to Reopen Border to Vaccinated Canadians in November

October 13, 2021

New York’s 26th district Congressman Brian Higgins has says that the United State will be reopening its land border soon, and maybe as soon as November. According to Higgins, vaccinated Canadians will be able to enter the United States, with proof of vaccination being required. Higgins stated: “A robust cross-border exchange between the United States […]

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Robots Helping Rochester Restaurants

October 12, 2021

You might have seen this all over the internet in bigger cities, but now this new potential wave of the future has hit our beloved Rochester. Yesterday, food service robots were put into action at Henrietta Restaurant Supply. These food service robots can deliver food to tables and use elevators to help places remain efficient […]

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