- Crow, Staples first headline acts for Jazz Festival
The first headline acts for the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival were announced Tuesday. Grammy winner Sheryl Crow and gospel rhythm and blues icon Mavis Staples are slated to perform during the nine-day music festival set for June 23 to July 1.
- New film captures tenacity of female golfing pioneers
- National Women's Hall of Fame to honor 3 Rochester women
The National Women’s Hall of Fame is to honor a trio of Rochester women at a “Keeper of the Flame” ceremony and reception next month.
- Attorney general files lawsuit against Rochester travel agent
Rochester travel agent Constance Catanise and her agency, Escapes Inc., are the subject of a lawsuit filed by the state attorney general alleging she violated an agreement that required her to pay restitution to customers and cease work as a travel agent.
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- Wine & Design opens in Chili
Wine & Design, a painting franchise that pairs painting with drinking wine, has opened in Chili with its opening event set for Friday from 5 to 8 p.m., officials said. The franchise has more than 70 locations nationwide.
- Athletes have long been part of our political arena
Jim Kelly opted long ago not to run for office, but that hasn’t stopped him from playing a little political football.
- Craft brewer's event set for New York Wine & Culinary Center
The New York Wine & Culinary Center will hold its first New York State Craft Brewer’s Holiday Release event on Nov. 5 from 3 to 6 p.m.
- It's time to give Bills Coach Rex Ryan some praise
- Rochester praised for LGBT inclusion in public policy
The city of Rochester scored a perfect 100 in a survey that measured support for LGBT people and workers and their inclusion in public policy.
- Del Lago opens employment office to help fill 1,800 jobs
Del Lago Resort & Casino has opened a recruitment and employment office to help fill 1,800 positions. The employment office is in the Generations Bank building at 20 East Bayard St. in Seneca Falls, Seneca County.
- State Canal Conference kicks off
The 2016 New York State Canal Conference kicked off Thursday with a special tour of a new visitor center designed to show the importance of the Erie Canal to the state’s history and current economy.
- Fringe Festival tops attendance, ticket sales records
It was a record breaker. That’s the word from organizers of the 2016 First Niagara Rochester Fringe Festival.
- Officials mark opening of Eastman Gardens
Home Leasing LLC and New York State Homes and Community Renewal joined elected officials Wednesday to celebrate the opening of Eastman Gardens Senior Housing Community, a $20.7 million project in Rochester’s Marketview Heights neighborhood.
- JCC to mark completion of $15M project
The Jewish Community Center of Greater Rochester Inc. is slated to celebrate the completion of its $15 million renovation and expansion project Friday.
- Success of Genesee Brewing shows Rochester's ingenuity
- A dozen finalists announced for the National Toy Hall of Fame
Pinball, Nerf, the Care Bears and bubble wrap are four of the finalists announced Tuesday by the Strong for induction into the National Toy Hall of Fame.
- New campaign kicks off for Fashion Week
Fashion Week of Rochester 2016 has a new campaign as it prepares for its events next month, officials announced Monday.
- New walking path designed to improve heart health
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield, Monroe County and American Heart Association of Rochester have teamed up to unveil a walking path on Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Quaker Pond Trail Loop in Mendon Ponds Park.
- Pair to open Fairport inn