Rochester Man Collects 200 Coats For Kids At The Maplewood Library

December 6, 2022

James Murphy is a Rochester man who collected 200 new and gently-used coats for kids of all ages. This month, Murphy will be giving away coats at the Maplewood Library on Dewey Avenue. James started the Brother Murphy’s Coat Drive in 2012 in memory of his wife, says this is just one way he can […]

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Actress Kristie Alley Passes Away At 71

December 6, 2022

Sad news actress Kristie Alley passed away after her short battle with cancer. Kristie Alley was best known for her roles on the hit TV show “Cheers” from 1887-1993 and “Look Who’s Talking” movie series. Kristie Alley Children put up a post on social media about the actress passing. “We are sad to inform you […]

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Senator Schumer Calls For Nationwide Action Plan For RSV

December 4, 2022

As cases rise for RSV, there is a new push to relieve smaller hospitals and facilities in the Finger Lakes region dealing with an overload of respiratory illness. On Friday, Senator Chuck Schumer was in Penn Yan to call on the federal government to launch a nationwide action plan to handle the rise in RSV […]

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“Situationships” Among Top Dating Trends Of 2022

November 30, 2022

According dating app Tinder one of the top trend of 2022 is “Situationships” are a valid relationship status now. A situationship is when you’re not quite dating someone, but you’re not just sleeping with them either. In an in-app survey among Tinder users aged 18-24 in the UK, U.S., and Australia done last month, 1 in […]

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Record Low Test Scores Nationwide For Students After Pandemic Remote Learning

November 28, 2022

COVID-19 pandemic pushed kids into remote learning and a lack of one-on-one instruction. Now the numbers are coming in on educations since then with record low test scores show our nation’s students are falling behind. Some parents are turning to tutors to help get their children back on track. According to tutors.com, on average, a […]

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Money News: Hitting The Cards Hard This Holiday Season? You Are Not Alone!

November 28, 2022

35% of Americans are expected to rely on retail credit cards this holiday season. A LendingTree survey found, as cash-strapped buyers seek alternatives to stretch their budgets. That’s up from 29% a year ago and the second-highest percentage since 2020. The sharp uptick comes as the average credit card interest rate for retail cards – […]

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The Only Station Fighting Inflation

November 24, 2022

Fill Your Fridge Moves to Wrestle with Reggie details coming on air soon

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RSV Causes Third Death in Monroe County

November 22, 2022

Please be careful during this time of year! According to recent data, a third person in Monroe County has died from respiratory syncytial virus (RSV). Health leaders are reminding everyone about the triple threat posed by RSV, the flu, and COVID-19 this holiday season. All three people who have died from RSV in Monroe County […]

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2023 Dating Trends According To App Bumble

November 18, 2022

Planning of dating again in 2023? Get ready for some new trends. Bumble has released their annual predictions for what we can expect in the new year. Emotional needs are high on people’s list of priorities. Relationship priorities have shifted, with people looking for vulnerability and mindfulness. Sober (curious) dating, Winter Coating has emerged as […]

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Christmas gone by with Tony Boler

November 5, 2022

It’s almost that time of year again! Here’s a picture of a little girl with Santa, can you help identify her? Andre (text 678.1039)

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