Thursday 20 September 2018
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Category: Featured News

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CDC Reports That Tooth Decay is More Common Among Black and Hispanic Adults

Dental care obviously has a huge impact on our physical health, appearance and self esteem. However, despite this level of importance,...

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New York State Attorney General Accuses Tanning Salons of Using False Advertising

In famously cold and overcast areas like Western New York, it can be natural to crave the warmth and light of the sun. However, while some...

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Target Zeroes in on Latino Millennials with ‘#SinTraduccion’ Advertising Campaign

“There will always be a part of you that simply doesn’t translate.” That’s what Target’s first Spanish...

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Department of Energy Invests in Cleaner, Greener HVAC Technologies

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced plans to invest in more environmentally friendly heating, ventilation and air...


Rochester Churches, Officials to Celebrate National Day of Prayer

By Lisa Dumas   Bishop David Singleton, founder of Rochester’s National Day of Prayer Initiative, said the Rochester community,...


Dress for Success Rochester Holds Grand Opening

By Staff   Dress for Success Rochester Inc., a non-profit organization designed to help disadvantaged women achieve economic...


Slide The City on Its Way to Greece

By Staff   Slide The City will bring its 1000 ft. water slide to Greece on July 18, town officials stated. Town Supervisor Bill...

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Workers and Community Members Protest for Higher Wages in Biggest Demonstration Yet

For the past several months, fast food workers and other low-income employees from around the Rochester area have been participating in...

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State Funding Helps Support Rochester Anti-Poverty Initiatives

Curb appeal is critical, given how it can add to or decrease a home’s — and even a neighborhood’s — value. Old,...

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Rochester to Receive Funding to Deal With Poverty

Rochester will be receiving $500,000 for an anti-poverty initiative in the state budget, which was approved at the end of March. The new...