Raise the gas tax!

Higher prices encourage conservation and a shift to alternative fuels. That’s a good thing.

Building a food system that serves all

After three failed attempts, Rochester has a Food Policy Council that aims to identify policies that can help to create a healthier, more equitable food system.

Hyzon upbeat amid litigation, SEC inquiry

The Honeoye Falls-based hydrogen fuel-cell company says 2021 was a “transformational year” and believes it will reach a number of milestones in 2022, but shareholder lawsuits and an SEC probe of allegations made by an activist investment firm remain on the horizon.

An Earth Day birthday

Greenovation, a secondhand and environmentally conscious thrift store, celebrates its 10th anniversary this weekend with deals and entertainment.

The McKinley James’ return to soul

The Webster native, who returns here April 30, has taken a soul turn but still has plenty of blues and rock ’n’ roll in his live show.

Rochester to host LEGO fan convention

The event, organized by fans of the iconic toy, will feature professional LEGO artists and showcase small and large creations with tens of thousands of LEGO bricks.

Revisiting Plan 2014

An expedited review of the controversial Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River outflow regulations is under way. Could it lead to flood relief for the shoreline in the Rochester region?