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04/17/2021 09:57 AM
Some local restaurants that sued the state over the 11 p.m. curfew were back in court on Friday.
Following the recent investigation into a Hilton Central School District principal accused of sexually assaulting students, some training groups are weighing in.
Hair salons across New York State continue to be limited to 50% capacity and owners and stylists say the restrictions are making it hard for them to make ends meet.
Rochester native and Bishop Kearney grad Pamela Melroy is nominated for a position in the Biden Administration, the president announced Friday.
Grant applications are now open for first responders and essential workers in New York.
Republican leaders in Monroe county are calling for changes at local DMV offices.
The pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is slowing down the effort to get the homebound vaccinated here in the Finger Lakes region.
Late Friday afternoon, the New York State Department of Labor sent out emails saying that many people received a duplicate payment back in April or May of 2020 by mistake and now, under federal law, they required to recover it.
A Republican congressman who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump is being recruited to run for New York governor next year, according to people briefed on the matter.
State Sen. Jeremy Cooney (D, 56) is going to bat for local eateries.