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The controversy over a development on Monroe Avenue in Brighton continues, with a statement released Thursday by Danny Daniele, whose family has been...
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The New York Times set off a kind of firestorm with a front-page story on food stamps, or SNAP benefits. The story pushed the claim that soft drinks...
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Republicans are rapidly preparing to repeal the Affordable Care Act. Donald Trump said this week that it would be replaced with a program that would...
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One of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature economic development programs is being downsized in his new state budget. Start-Up NY is being rebranded as...
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(AP & WXXI News) The state's attorney general on Thursday issued guidance to local governments on how they can put laws and policies in place to...
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January is Cervical Health Awareness Month , which means organizations are talking about cervical cancer, HPV and prevention. Over the past few...
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Governor Cuomo's budget does not include funding to help direct care workers achieve a living wage, and that could mean changes at organizations like...
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Brighton Police Chief Mark Henderson is not retiring after all. He had announced last month he would be leaving for a job at the University of...
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The latest numbers on job growth from the New York State Department of Labor show an increase in jobs in the Rochester area. Officials say the...
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School funding advocates are concerned that Gov. Andrew Cuomo is setting up for another political battle over school aid next year in a little-...
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