Apple Producing An Affordable iPhone

January 22, 2020

Full disclosure, I have an iPhone. But I’ve tried other phones only because the iPhone price has gotten out of control. What ends up happening? I go right back to iPhone.  I have to say it’s the best phone I’ve ever had. But I do  have an wondering eye when it comes to new models […]

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State Troopers Sport New Vertical Light Bars

December 13, 2019

New York State Police are trying out something new with the lights on top of their police cruisers. In an effort to make police cruisers more visible, New York State Police are testing the use of vertical and horizontal light bars. The idea was inspired by the “Move Over” law. Vertical bars will allow police […]

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Ukrainian Airplane Crashes In Iran, Killing All 176 Passengers

January 8, 2020

A Ukraine International Airlines Boeing 737 passenger jet crashed in Tehran, Iran Wednesday morning shortly after takeoff. The Kiev-bound airplane was carrying 176 passengers and crew, all of whom tragically lost their lives. Ukrainian and Iranian officials believe it was a mechanical issue that brought down the aircraft, just minutes after taking off from Imam […]

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Delphi Technologies Closes Henrietta Location

November 1, 2019

Written by Jasmine Delphi Technologies, a designer and manufacturer of integrated powertrain technologies that optimize engine performance, announced a company restructuring plan that will close 9 of its 23 engineering centers, including one located in Henrietta.  Delphi Technology C.E.O. Rick Dauch told News10NBC, “What we told the team today is the Rochester Technology Center will […]

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High Winds Lead to Multiple Area Power Outages

November 1, 2019

Written by Jasmine As a result of the high winds, there have been many reports of fallen trees and several Monroe County residents were left without power. So far, the total number of people without power has reached over 5,500. Most of the residents affected are located in Rochester, Greece and Henrietta. Even Pittsford Schools […]

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Jam Squad Recap: RCSD STEAM Day 2019

November 8, 2019

Written by Jasmine Thanks to the Rochester City School District, STEAM Day 2019 is the first, hopefully of many, student convention focused on introducing students to all the different careers they can pursue in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Mathematics. This convention, located at Sibley Square in downtown Rochester, brought in more than 30 different […]

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All Women Delta Flight Crew Gives Back To Young Girls

October 22, 2019

Written by DJ Reign A Delta Airlines flight crew recently gave back to a group of young girls in a major and dope way! The all female flight crew flew 120 girls to NASA in Houston, Texas as a part of Delta’s initiative to shrink the gender gap in aviation. Run by all women, the […]

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Panasonic Opens Office in Downtown Rochester

November 7, 2019

Written by Jasmine Panasonic Corporation, a Nationally recognized Japanese based electronics company, has opened an office in downtown Rochester on the 21st floor of the First Federal Plaza building. The company hopes to fill their many positions and “create with some of Rochester’s young tech minds.” “One of the things Rochester needs to work on […]

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UR Medicine Purchases Former Sears Location in Marketplace Mall for New Outpatient Facility

November 19, 2019

Written by Jasmine University of Rochester Medicine announced on Monday what it plans to do with its newly acquired 330,000 square feet of real estate, located in the former Sears location in the Marketplace Mall. This will be the new site for the UR Medicine Orthopedics & Physical Performance Center, where patients will go to […]

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Jam Squad Recap: Rochester Hosts SPIE Optifab- America’s Optical Fabrication Conference

October 15, 2019

Written by Jasmine SPIE Optifab is North America’s premier optical manufacturing conference and exhibition and draws in over 2,000 optics professionals. Some of these professionals include manufacturers, engineers, scientists, academics, students, technicians, and service providers. These technologies built through optical fabrication play a critical role across a variety of industries such as consumer, automotive, healthcare, […]

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