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Strategic plan outlines goals, highlights challenges for Rochester City School District.
Gwen Ifill was in studio on Saturday, January 23 and WXXI taped her lecture to share with our viewers who weren't able to attend.
WXXI News looks at students with learning disabilities who spent time in the NICU as babies in a series of reports on the Rochester City School District.
WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt examines embattled governor's re-election strategy.
Rochester City School Board President Malik Evans previews the district's Strategic Plan, which will be released on Monday. Also, the local chapter of the American Culinary Federation's "Chef of the Year."
Former Rochester Mayor and current RIT senior public policy faculty member spoke about changing the structure of local and state government on WXXI's 1370 Connection with Bob Smith.
Local chapter of the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge is holding its last meeting today at the Greece Town Hall.
Got a forest? Make a buck. That's part of the New York State Association of County's plan to help combat climate change.
Rochester City Council introduced its leadership and announced its 2010-11 agenda Tuesday.
One day after a poll showed a slight improvement in his popularity numbers, Governor David Paterson got more good news about what New York voters think of him.
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