Naples Grape Festival: Organizers Are Playing It COVID Safe

September 9, 2021

Get ready for the iconic Naples Grape Festival. After last year’s hiatus due to the pandemic, this year the festival will be extra safe due to COVID. The Naples Grape Festival, which is held every September with few exceptions since 1961, brings in tens of thousands of people to the village of Naples to celebrate […]

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Rochester Has A New Youth Sports Training Facility

September 9, 2021

Some city officials cut the ribbon to celebrate the grand opening of a new indoor youth sports facility. The facility is located next to the Rochester Community Sports Complex And it’s equipped to train athletes with full basketball courts, field turf, and a weight room. https://13wham.com/news/local/indoor-training-facility-opens-up-near-marina-auto-stadium

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Conkey Cruisers & Exercise Express Are Helping Some RCSD Get To School With Bike Give Away

September 9, 2021

Conkey Cruisers founder and WDKX host of Health Beats Teresa Bowick also known as Nurse Bowick is always up to something great this time around Conkey Cruisers along with Exercise Express is helping kids get back-and-forth to school Due to the massive bus driver shortage with Rochester city school district by donating bikes to some […]

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NY HERO Act Offers New COVID Safety Guidelines

September 8, 2021

Under a newly enacted state law, employers in New York will soon be required to follow new COVID-19 safety standards which include mandatory mask wearing for many workers. This week, Governor Kathy Hochul’s administration designated COVID-19 a highly contagious disease that presents a serious risk of harm to public health. This comes from under the […]

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More Drives Resign During Bus Shortage for RCSD

September 8, 2021

With the school year coming to a start, it was no secret that there is a bus driver shortage. This caused delays in the school year as the majority of the students from the Rochester City School District depend on bus transportation. Superintendent Dr. Lesli Myers-Small said that a total of nine additional drivers resigned […]

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RCSD Faces School Bus Driver Shortage Days Before The Stat Of The New School Year

September 7, 2021

With just  just a few daysWith just a few days away the Rochester city school district will begain the 21-22 school year and it was just announced that there is a shortage of school bus drivers and the  district is scrambling To find 70 school bus drivers. Until this issue can be resolved the district […]

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RCSD First Day Of School Pushed Back Until Thursday September 9th

September 7, 2021

Sunday evening the Rochester city school district board has approved to push the start day Back to September 9th. The district is struggling to find 70 bus drivers to transport kids to and from school. RTS is also in negotiations with helping out the city school district but details won’t be available until Tuesday afternoon. Parents […]

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City R-Centers To Extend Hours On Wednesday After RCSD First Day Delayed

September 7, 2021

On Wednesday some Rochester city R-Centers will open up early to help families who are dealing with the effects of the delay of RCSD’s new school year due to the school bus shortage. There are four R-Center locations that will open up for kid from 8:30am – 5:30pm Adams St. R-Center, 85 Adams St., 14608 […]

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Happy Labor Day: Governor Kathy Hochul Signs New York Workforce Legislation Package

September 7, 2021

Yesterday was Labor Day and to celebrate Governor Kathy Hochul signed a package of legislation pertaining to the state’s workforce. The legislation that the New York governor signed was legislation for speed monitoring in work zones, including speed cameras to keep DOT workers safe in work zones. On top of that, the legislation is also […]

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NY School Safety Guidelines Finally Released

September 6, 2021

With the school year steadily approaching, the New York health regulators are recommending K-12 schools maintain at least three feet of distance between students as they return to the classroom. The 12-page guidance came after the Health Department had previously canceled plans that were originally supposed to release something similar in early August, amid then-Governor […]

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