If You Have Something To Tell The People You Love Don’t Wait – Tell Them

July 13, 2020

If you have something to say to someone you love please don’t wait or hold back, tell them. Let them know what you feel and how you feel about them even if it is not easy to say. I implore you to muster up the courage and tell them because you may never ever get […]

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NBA Champion Byron Scott and Basketball Wives Star CeCe Gutierrez Tied The Knot

July 13, 2020

3X NBA Champion Byron Scott tied the knot with Basketball Wives star CeCe Gutierrez over the weekend. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, Scott and Gutierrez had to alter their plans from large wedding. The wedding was live streamed for family and friends. The reality star and registered nurse gushed about her nuptials on Instagram late Saturday night. […]

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Jazz Fest Officially Postponed Until 2021

July 13, 2020

The Rochester Jazz fest is officially cancelling its annual event for 2020, but says that it will pick up again in 2021. In an announcement on social media, organizers Mark Iacona and John Nugent let Rochester know that it’s going to move the even to June 2021 due to the coronavirus. There were talks about […]

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NYS Department Of Health Says It’s OK To Visit Nursing Homes

July 12, 2020

According to the New York State Department of Health, COVID-19 numbers are down enough to allow visitation in nursing homes to resume, starting July 15. Social distancing measures will still be in place and there will be restrictions on how many visitors can be in the room at the same time. Things like temperature checks […]

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San Francisco Announces New “Non Law Enforcement Agencies” For Non-Criminal Calls

July 12, 2020

In a statement released by San Fransisco Mayor London Breed, the city will not be using the police force to respond to non-criminal calls. The city will be using what they call “non law enforcement agencies” which consist of unarmed professionals who will take over calls for things like homelessness, mental health issues and noise […]

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Roseland Water Park Announces It’s Opening Soon

July 11, 2020

Roseland Water Park in Canandaigua announced that it will be open for business starting July 10. The park will open with limited capacity and the only open ares will be the Wave Pool (without waves) and the splash factory. Online tickets can be purchased here and by calling 585-396-2000. Children under 2 are free. Park […]

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Marsai Martin Joins School Lunch For All

July 11, 2020

Black-ish actress Marsai Martin has decided to team up with the Urban School Food Alliance and the Student Voice Coalition to pay school lunch fees for every child in America. According to a press release, “School Lunch for All is a national campaign led by The Soze Agency and Galaxy Gives to ensure that school […]

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Thought The Heat Was Done – NOPE!

July 10, 2020

WDKX Chief Meteorologist Richard J. McCollough, M.Ed said one more day of the wave till the rain..  Rochester will feel like a 100 degrees again today!!    

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RPD Disciplinary Reports Will Be Made Public By 2021

July 9, 2020

On Tuesday, the City of Rochester made a statement saying that it plans to follow in the footsteps of cities like Utica and New York by making the disciplinary records of the Rochester Police Department public via an online database by the end of the year. Last month, the New York State Civil Service Law […]

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Florida Announces It Will Open Schools Next Month Despite COVID-19 Numbers

July 9, 2020

Schools in Florida will be required to open for in-person classes, starting in August. Teachers and staff are baffled as to why this is happening and don’t agree with the decision. As COVID-19 cases grow to over 200,000 the Florida Department of Education announced Monday that all schools will be required to open at least […]

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