City of Rochester News Release GO (Wednesday, June 25, 2014) – According Trillium Health, outside of New York City, Rochester has the second highest HIV infection rate per capita in the state. In 2010, young people ages 13 through 29,
(Wednesday, October 22, 2009) - County Executive Maggie Brooks and Mayor Robert J. Duffy announced today the creation of “Democracy Rides,” a volunteer effort to provide free rides to the polls for people with disabilities. The program is sponsored by the Monroe County-City of Rochester Council for People with Disabilities (COPD), an advisory board to the officials.
(Tuesday, Jan. 12) - Foodlink and the City of Rochester are partnering for the Pound for Pound Challenge to fight hunger and build a healthy community. The Pound for Pound Challenge, sponsored by Feeding America, General Mills, and NBC’s The Biggest Loser, is in its second year of helping America “Lose Nationally, Feed Locally.” For each pound participants pledge to lose, 14 cents – enough for one pound of food – is donated to help Foodlink fight hunger in our community.
PROMISES -The Inaugural Address of Mayor Lovely A. Warren, 67th Mayor of Rochester, New York. Delivered January 4, 2014.
(Monday, March 8, 2010) – Organizers of the Lakeside Winter Festival announced today that over 14,000 samples of chili were distributed by contestants at this year’s “Chilly Chili Challenge,” held Feb. 14 at the Port of Rochester Terminal.
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