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The museum is looking for “community eclipse ambassadors” to help engage the public on all things eclipse.
For the second time in less than a year, Eastman Theatre on Tuesday night hosted a concert to support Ukraine during the war with Russia.
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The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce and its Women’s Council affiliate have presented this year’s ATHENA International Awards.
Friday into early Saturday will see the coldest blast of winter, at least temperature-wise, that we’ve seen so far this season.
City officials announced on Thursday that Felipe Hernandez, who has been Rochester Fire Chief for the last year, and was interim chief since March 2021, will retire effective Feb. 10.
The United Way of Greater Rochester and the Finger Lakes is celebrating what they were able to do with last year’s campaign, while also launching the fundraising effort for 2023.
Area agencies that help homeless individuals are getting ready to provide some additional assistance in the next day or so, with the bitterly cold temperatures and wind chills in the forecast.
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The Rochester Museum & Science Center is recruiting ambassadors to get the word out about next year’s total eclipse. Local town supervisors are concerned about Gov. Kathy Hochul’s housing initiative. And a recent graduate of the Rochester City School District says he plans to run for elected office this year.
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