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SUNY partnership encourages use of free online textbooks
A new partnership at SUNY colleges and universities is encouraging the use of free, peer-reviewed textbooks. The cost of textbooks has skyrocketed an...
Is ethics reform dead in Albany?
When the legislative session ended on June 21 st , lawmakers left behind a lot of unfinished business, including a failure to act on ethics reform...
Coming up on Connections: Monday, June 26th
First hour: Monroe County Sheriff Patrick O'Flynn Second hour: Group strives to "save Parcel 5"
Mild winter, wet spring contribute to good year for local fruit crops
Despite or perhaps because of the unusually wet spring and some other factors, we could see a bumper crop of blueberries and apples this year. "We...
New York state announces artist for first LGBTQ monument
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City has selected an artist for the first official state monument to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people. The...
Search for suspect continues in shooting of RPD Officer
UPDATE: Monday-6:00 a.m. The search continues for a suspect in the shooting and wounded of an RPD officer over the weekend. 36 year old Jeremy Nash...
Local animal rescue organization wants you to be nicer to your dog
Rescue Pit is launching a campaign to target outdated and inhumane training methods. The "Force-Free Pledge" is asking shelters, dog owners and...
PHOTOS: Day 2 of the 2017 Jazz Festival
The second day of the 2017 Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival was highlighted by Maceo Parker, Al Chez & The Brothers of Funk, and the...
NY reminds lake, river boaters to observe 5 mph speed limit
ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — State officials are reminding boaters to observe the 5 mph speed limit while cruising within 600 feet of shore along Lake...
WATCH: Joss Stone performs at the 2017 Jazz Fest
Joss Stone Performs at Kodak Hall during...
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