A new report from the Urban Institute gives us a better idea of how many Americans are struggling with debt. … Continue reading

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  As the nation debates the fate of child immigrant detainees and immigration reform, let’s look at immigrants in the … Continue reading

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  A new report from the Brookings Institution takes a detailed look at the education, sex, race and income of … Continue reading

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  San Francisco is joining the growing number of cities seeking to lower their default speed limits. New York City … Continue reading

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The Rochester City School District school board will vote this week on spending $5.4 million on installing artificial turf and … Continue reading

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  During a visit to Rochester earlier this week, Governor Andrew Cuomo made a couple comments that cannot go unchecked. … Continue reading

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        As the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Rochester race riot approaches, there will be many news … Continue reading

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Start-Up NY was pitched as a way for companies to locate on or near college campuses and grow their businesses. … Continue reading

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Monroe County is getting more diverse. Newly-released census data shows Hispanics are the fastest growing group, followed by Asians and … Continue reading

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  Congratulations to the Xerox Rochester International for a 13th successful year. It’s a great event and it’s wonderful to … Continue reading

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