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Connections: Rochester Reads 2017 - The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld
Rochester Reads is Writers & Books annual event, choosing one title for the community to read together. They've selected The Enchanted by Rene...
M and T Bank moves into former Frontier headquarters
Connections: State Senator Rich Funke
State Senator Rich Funke sits down with us for the hour to discuss state business, from ride sharing to the governor's free tuition plan, education...
Cuomo, legislative leaders predict that even after budget is done, more work will remain
Several proposals in Washington, including the changes to the Affordable Health Care Act, could mean multi-billion-dollar budget gaps for New York...
Carillon bells will ring at RIT once again
The Rochester Institute of Technology is bringing back a sound many alumni may remember. A new carillon bell system has been installed and will ring...
Local attorney and former WXXI Board Chair Skip Hallenbeck has died
A well-known local attorney and former Board Chair of WXXI has died. Alfred “Skip” Hallenbeck was 87, and died on Wednesday. He is originally from...
Geneseo Police Chief gives response on immigration arrest
The Police Chief in the Village of Geneseo, Eric Osganian, issued this explanation on Friday of a traffic stop in Geneseo Thursday night that...
Repeal of health law would eliminate popular NYS marketplace plan
Mary Rivera knew something wasn’t right, but she still didn’t go to the doctor. “I knew that my uterus wasn’t where it should've been, but I didn’t...
Dozens protest at Border Patrol offices after Geneseo incident
There are reports that at least two protesters were arrested after a demonstration outside the U.S. Border Patrol offices in Irondequoit overnight....
Three local businessmen face federal charges
Three local businessmen are facing federal charges that include wire fraud and conspiracy. The U.S. Attorney’s office says the three men arrested...
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