Maybe I missed something. For years now, local media, including this blog, have shared renderings of a dense housing, retail … Continue reading

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Wegmans has weighed in on the GMO debate. In a blog post, Senior Vice-president of Consumer Affairs Mary Ellen Burris tells customers … Continue reading

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    During a public hearing Thursday night, East High School Principal Anibal Soler, Jr. asked the school board to … Continue reading

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What brain drain? Demographer Wendell Cox crunched census data for 51 metropolitan areas with populations of more than 1 million. … Continue reading

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  Rochester area blacks and Hispanics are lagging behind whites in employment and income, with Hispanics faring slightly better than … Continue reading

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  Rochester was named one of the  most obese large metro areas. The Gallup-Healthways Wellbeing Index found 28.6 percent of … Continue reading

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  Rochester has the dubious distinction of being one of the most sprawling metropolitan areas in the country. Smart Growth … Continue reading

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This morning, the mug shot of a woman arrested for prostitution in Wayne County was plastered on Facebook and Twitter. … Continue reading

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“I respectfully request $100 million to allow the City to support the private development of a downtown Performing Arts Center.” … Continue reading

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More people are leaving the Rochester area than moving in. But births and immigrants are offsetting the population loss. U.S. … Continue reading

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