Garth Fagan Dance Offering Free Dance Classes on Dr. Martin Luther King Day

January 20, 2020

For the last 23 years Garth Fagan Dance has offered Free Dance Classes to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.    Today Monday January 20th, Garth Fagan will continue the MLK tradition hosting five free dance classes at Garth Fagan Dance on 50 Chestnut St.   11 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. for youth (8-12 years […]

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Wake Up Club Feedback Friday Recap: Lost Pets

January 18, 2020

  Jeffery Dix called in for Feedback Friday to talk about his petition on behalf of pet owners with missing pets. He explained there isn’t an identification process in place for deceased animals found in Rochester. Since Thanksgiving he has been searching for his dog Crunch and is offering a $1000 reward for his return. […]

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People’s Choice Kitchen Owner speaks out after attempted robbery (PODCAST]

January 17, 2020

Van’s hero Darnell Wilson was recently recognized by local lawmakers for his quick actions to stop an attempted robber at People’s Choice Kitchen. We got the full story from Van herself, listen here. At Tuesday night’s meeting, the Monroe county legislature honored Wilson for protecting the people inside the People’s Choice Kitchen the Monday before […]

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Students Evacuated From Pittsford Mendon High School Following Bomb Threat

January 13, 2020

It has been confirmed by the superintendent of Mendon High School that a note was found on the floor by a staff member, this morning, of a bomb threat. Monroe County sheriff’s deputies are searching through the school after moving all students safely to The Church of Transfiguration. The district is asking parents to refrain […]

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RCSD Expo and Fair

January 11, 2020

Today the Jam Squad was able to attend the RCSD Expo and Fair at Wilson Foundation on 200 Genesee St.! Filled with happy faces and schools from across the district, parents were able to register their kids into Rochester City School District schools. From Pre-K to 12th grade, all you had to do was walk […]

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RCSD Teacher Overdoses on Fentanyl During School Hours

December 17, 2019

The Rochester Police Department is currently investigating a fentanyl overdose which took place at the Integrated Arts and Technology school, part of the Franklin High School campus, last Wednesday. According to police officials, 35-year-old special education teacher Tracy Lewis was found unresponsive near a second floor stairwell by the school nurse. After regaining consciousness, Lewis […]

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Expect Road Closures For Reindeer Run Tomorrow, 12/14

December 13, 2019

Your route may be effected if you plan on traveling through downtown Rochester this Saturday due to the Annual 5k Reindeer Run. The race will begin at 8:30 a.m. and end around 10:30 a.m. in front of the Blue Cross Arena. Roads effected by this race are as follows: Exchange Blvd South bound from Broad […]

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Rules For Step Jam 2019

December 13, 2019

Here are the rules for Step Jam 2019 at the Blue Cross Arena December 14th, 2019. Dress Code:  No gang/set symbols including group names, number, or labels allowed No air brushed clothing No bandanas No sagging pants No hoodie caps worn in the Blue Cross Arena No ski masks No book bags No bullet proof […]

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Student Protests Over RCSD Budget Cuts Continue

December 16, 2019

Students, teachers and staff within the Rochester City School District have organized another round of protests this week regarding the massive budget cuts and layoffs within the district. Let’s recap… RCSD and the Board of Education have been battling an ongoing budget crisis for some months now. With the deficit growing to $30 million, city […]

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Holidays at the Market Evening Event

December 16, 2019

Public Market to Host First-Ever Holidays at the Market Evening Event in Collaboration with Roc Holiday Village.

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