City of Rochester 4th of July Fireworks Start At 10pm

July 4, 2022

The City of Rochester will have 4th of July fireworks starting downtown at 10:00 p.m Monday July 4th. The closest viewing locations for the fireworks are the Court Street Bridge and the Broad Street Bridge. The streets will close at 8:00 p.m. and re-open when spectators leave the area after the show. Click Here To […]

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See You Today – MLK Park 3pm to 8pm

July 3, 2022

Will need the QR Code

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Pro Football Clinic

July 2, 2022

Come out for a Pro Football Skills Clinic hosted by one of Rochester’s very own, Jamir Jones (outside linebacker for the NFL Jacksonville Jaguars). 2 evenings of specific football drills, Q&A time with Jamir Jones, inspiration for the youth and more! When:  Monday & Tuesday July 11th & 12th Where:Victor, New York. @Dick’s Sporting Goods. […]

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Xerox CEO Unexpectedly Dies

June 30, 2022

Xerox CEO and Vice Chairman John Visentin has died due to complications from illness he’s been dealing with. John Visentin Joined Xerox back in the Spring of 2018. Source: WHEC

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United and Healing through Monroe County Organizes Food Drive for Buffalo Community

June 27, 2022

Over the weekend, organizers of United and Healing through Monroe County announced their food drive concluded with food distribution on Saturday at the Tops Friendly Markets parking lot in Buffalo. The local organization partnered with the Rochester Red Wings, the Rochester Amerks, and the First Student Bus Company to coordinate the food drive since June […]

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Rochester’s Juneteenth Block Party Celebration

June 21, 2022

Yesterday, Rochester City Hall held a celebration block party for Juneteenth. This marked the first time the city of Rochester held a party for Juneteenth, which finally became a recognized federal holiday. The block party included food trucks and live music. Mayor Malik Evans stated: “People are meeting each other for the first time, and […]

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Rochester Juneteenth MLK Park and Strong Museum

June 15, 2022

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Stop the Violence

May 6, 2022

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FDA Limits Johnson & Johnson’s COVID Vaccine Due to Blood Clot Risk

May 6, 2022

Yesterday, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration decided to limit the use of the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine. The FDA deemed this vaccine as a last resort for adults who cannot accept a shot from another manufacturer. The reason being? Researchers from the FDA and the CDC found that the vaccine resulted in 60 […]

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Cinco de Mayo in Rochester

May 6, 2022

Yesterday was the celebration of Cinco de Mayo and to celebrate in Rochester, La Casa in the South Wedge hosted a fiesta with live music, plus traditional and Mexican fusion food and drinks. Joe Giro, assistant general manager of La Casa, stated: “A lot of people have been stuck inside for well over a year, […]

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