A new study shows racial income and employment gaps hurt all of us. PolicyLink‘s report indicates metro areas could … Continue reading

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  The city has issued a Request for Proposals for 1.88 acres of vacant land on Charlotte St. The eyesore … Continue reading

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  We keep hearing Millennials want to live in cities. A report is out from City Observatory that lends some evidence. … Continue reading

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I recently suggested to a friend that she buy a Groupon to a place we both frequent. “No, I would … Continue reading

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New census data shows there is a digital divide in our community. More than 85,000 people who live in Monroe County … Continue reading

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I think I’m the first person – maybe the only person – in Rochester to buy a Swash. When I … Continue reading

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Guidance counselors and principals in the Rochester City School District no longer have the power to change student schedules. They … Continue reading

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  If you think Rochester’s dating scene is terrible… Maybe you’re a man? The Pew Research Center did the math … Continue reading

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  First came the news Rochester City School District teachers fared horribly on state-mandated evaluations. In the first school year … Continue reading

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By this weekend, you should see two pop-up bicycle boulevards, one on the east and one on the west side … Continue reading

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