Potential Healthcare Staffing Crisis On The Rise

September 15, 2021

UR Medicine and other health care systems are concerned about the potential for a staffing crisis given the new government mandate. There is a debate amongst healthcare workers, as some workers choose to quit rather than get vaccinated. This upcoming mandate is supposed to take effect in less than two weeks, and the uncertainty is […]

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News Dating Trend Hardballing! It’s Date Like A Boss.

September 14, 2021

A new dating trend is called Hardballing! Who picked that name? Anyway, basically it means being the CEO of your own dating life. You operate with idea that you have no time to waste on people who aren’t living up to potential. So you make quick and hard decisions. “Hardballing is a new dating term […]

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Did You Know Actress Uzo Aduba Got Married……. Last Year?

September 14, 2021

Surprise Actress Uzo Aduba got married, but she did last year. The current “In Treatment” and former “Orange Is the New Black” star tied the knot with filmmaker Robert Sweeting last year, a source confirms to PEOPLE. The couple quietly said “I do” in a secret ceremony held in New York.  Aduba opened up about […]

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Usher To Co-Host New Reality Series “The Activist” On CBS

September 14, 2021

Usher will be Co-Host on CBS’s new competition reality series “The Activist”. The competition show featuring six inspiring activists who have teamed up with three high-profile public figures. Usher will join Priyanka Chopra, and Julianne Hough. The show’s goal is to bring meaning to their causes like health, education, and the environment. The activists will compete against […]

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Wegman-Brand Egg Carton Package Changing to 100% Biodegradable

September 13, 2021

The polystyrene foam containers are what Wegmans-brand eggs are currently packaged in, but the company just announced a major change. Wegmans had made the announcement that it has phased out that packaging in favor of cartons that are made from 100% post-consumer recycled newsprint and paper products and are recyclable, compostable, and biodegradable. By making […]

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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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New Illinois Law Let Public School Students Take Up To 5 Mental Health Days Off

September 9, 2021

Illinois governor Signed the bill earlier this summer allowing children to have 5 excused absence from school For mental health. The law applies to all public school students between the ages of 6 and 17 years old. The bill states that students are under increasing amount of mental strain due to the coronavirus pandemic. Last […]

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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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President Biden Approves Federal Funding for New York Flooding Recovery

September 7, 2021

After the deadly flooding from Hucciane Ida that hit New York City, President Biden has approved the use of federal funds to support New Yorkers recovering as remnants swept through the area, killing dozens. Some homes were completely destroyed, but at least 1,200 New York homes were damaged during the storm. Biden is expected to […]

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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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