Category: Arts & Culture, Business, City, Featured News, In the Community

Rochester Public Market Hosts Nature in the City Celebrating Art, Music & More

In the Community: City of Rochester News Release  Nature in the City, a unique, one-day art and music festival will take place, 2–10...

Incentives Available for Businesses to Keep Grads in Rochester

By Staff Monroe County is offering local businesses a retention incentive, to keep recently graduated students in the area. Rochester...

RCSD Students Recognized for Their Academic with Funding

Staff Report More than 100 RCSD students in grades nine through twelve were recently recognized for their academic achievements, The...

How Are Rochester Businesses Growing in 2022?

Rochester is one of the cities in the U.S. that is showing its potential to become the national hub for technology innovation. It is also...

Calling All Local Artists

By Staff A call for local artists, food and environmental organizations to participate in the second-annual Nature in the City (NITC) event...

State Budget Adds $2 Million to SNAP Program

By Staff More funding is being provided to assist Rochester seniors and low-income families access fresh, nutritious and locally grown...

Party in the Park Celebrates 25th Year at MLK Park

By Staff For 25 years, Party in the Park has presented a nine-week concert series of live music located in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr....

Reasons Company Culture Matters to Rochester Consumers

Every business and organization has a culture that translates into the products and services sold. It is the culture that current customers...

Puerto Rican Festival Gets a New Look for 2021

Patti Singer pattisinger@minorityreporter.net (Versión en español disponible.) (This story was updated Aug. 2.) The Puerto Rican Festival...

New York’s Online Learning Opportunity Could Leave Some Workers Behind

Patti Singer pattisinger@minorityreporter.net (Versión en español disponible.) New York state is offering a free way for unemployed and...