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Garbage pickups delayed

Residential refuse and recycling collection in the city of Rochester is delayed by one day for the remainder of the week due to the weather. In addition, drivers are reminded to obey all posted alternate parking rules to allow for ...

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City recognized for wellness work

The National League of Cities has recognized Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren and the city for recent completion of key health and wellness goals for Let’s Move! Cities, Towns and Counties. The program is a major component of first lady ...

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Urban garden tour planned

Rochester’s many neighborhood garden spaces will be showcased during a free tour series that kicks off Saturday across the city’s southeast quadrant. The tours provide an opportunity for neighbors and gardeners to explore the wide variety of community-driven gardens in ...

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July 4 celebration set

Rochester continues its annual Independence Day celebration downtown with fireworks set to a Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra performance on the Main Street bridge. The evening kicks off at 7:30 p.m. with a jazz performance by local band Shine. The RPO, featuring ...

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Bike Week starts May 10

Mayor A. Lovely A. Warren proclaimed the week of May 10 through 18 as Bike Week in Rochester during the grand opening of Rochester’s newest bicycle store, Yellow Haus Bicycles on Monroe Avenue. The declaration is an attempt to bring ...

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NYSBA coming to Rochester

David M. Schraver

The New York State Bar Association’s House of Delegates, its policymaking body, is moving its spring meeting this week from Albany to Rochester. “I’m looking forward to having the delegates join me in Rochester,” said President David M. Schraver of ...

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