By MIKE COSTANZA | October 31, 2019
In Monroe County, Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 60,000 registered voters. But that alone might not carry Adam Bello to victory over GOP incumbent Cheryl Dinolfo in next week’s county executive election.
By ROCHESTER BEACON | October 31, 2019
This year’s campaign, the nation’s largest grassroots fundraising effort in support of nonprofit news organizations, starts Nov. 1 and runs through Dec. 31.
By SMRITI JACOB | October 29, 2019
The latest gift from the entrepreneur, whose donations to the university now top $25 million, will fund a major renovation and expansion at the Saunders College of Business.
By RICK IEKEL | October 29, 2019
With its 1921 decision to buy 110 acres of open field along Scottsville Road, Rochester became one of the first cities in the nation to own an airport.
By SMRITI JACOB | October 28, 2019
RIT professor Caroline Easton has designed a program to provide addiction treatment and mental health services through videoconferencing and email.
By PAUL ERICSON | October 25, 2019
An influx of immigrants has helped stabilize the Rochester region’s overall population. However, the number of foreign-born residents now has dropped in two of the last three years.
By WILL ASTOR | October 24, 2019
Use of virtual reality and augmented reality in health care is limited today. Local researchers say that could change in a big way.
By SMRITI JACOB | October 23, 2019
A team working on infections and overactive immune responses and another at the Wilmot Cancer Institute received the grants.
By SMRITI JACOB | October 22, 2019
James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov and business partner Steven Cook will be in Rochester as part of the festival’s two-day focus on food.
By WILL ASTOR | October 21, 2019
Beth Berlin is slated to leave Nov. 15. Her former boss, MaryEllen Elia, stepped down as commissioner at the end of August.