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West Irondequoit says some faucets in school buildings test above federal lead limits
The West Irondequoit School District says some of the water faucets in its school buildings have tested above the federal limits for lead. Water...
Coming up on Connections: Tuesday, January 17th
First hour: The misconceptions and realities surrounding human trafficking in Rochester Second hour: Debating BuzzFeed's decision to publish the...
RIT part of new consortium on advanced robotics
RIT is continuing its involvement in working to help American manufacturers work more efficiently. The local university is part of a new effort aimed...
Cuomo's budget due Tuesday
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is due to release his budget Tuesday. Revenues are down, and the repeal of the Affordable Care Act could cost the state billions of...
MLK Celebrations at URMC
Local 1199 SEIU health care workers hosted their 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr celebration today, with music, dance and spoken word. People...
State offers $4.2 million to fund energy training programs
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - New York state is making available $4.2 million for training programs aimed at reducing energy use in buildings. The funding will...
Connections: Rochester mayoral candidate James Sheppard
County legislator and former police chief James Sheppard is running for mayor of Rochester. Sheppard said this weekend that Rochester has no real...
Speakers at Eastman Theatre MLK celebration call for activism
Rochester's millennial growth outpaces other Upstate cities and country overall
For decades, there was concern about "brain drain"- the flight of young adults from the Rochester region and other parts of Upstate New York. Now,...
WATCH: Unity & Politics In Monroe County In 2017
To describe 2016 as a political roller...
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