State Education Department Imposes Deadline on East High
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Immigration Activists Urge Obama To Act Boldly
Latinos and immigration activists are warning of political peril for President Barack Obama and Democrats in the fall election unless the president acts boldly and soon to curb deportations and allow more immigrants to remain legally in the U.S.    read story

SUNY Brockport Nurses Bring Health Serives To Peruvian
Ollantaytambo is located in a remote area of Peru two days from civilization. Connie Lawrence, director of the RN-BSN program at SUNY Brockport and longtime nurse practitioner, has partnered with Keri Baker R.N., founder and executive director of Sacred Valley Health   read story


Is Your Home Prepared for Warmer Weather?
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Where did "Hispanics" come from?
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Top Tips for Moms to Stay Better Organized
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Health insurance isn't a year-round thing anymore
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NY judge rules jilted bride can keep $53K diamond ring; former fiance had sued to get it back
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5 things to know about rise in heroin use, how to get help
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Take Back the Land Joins Akhom Phetphanh To Stop Eviction Of Family Home
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Latinas Unidas Celebrate Their 20th Anniversary
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American Red Cross to Host Babysitter’s Training Day
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Western NY college to resume 'drunk bus' service
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Big Changes Proposed to Rochester Bus Routes Have Some Commuters Worried
Change is coming to Rochester bus routes, and many commuters are already expressing concern over the outlined proposal.  read story

Legislators Submit Resolution Opposing Casino in Henrietta
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Garcia: Immigration reform discharge petition isn’t a political ploy
Launching the discharge petition to get a floor vote on immigration reform legislation is the last possible option Democrats have left to force legislative action on the issue this year, Rep. Joe Garcia (D-Fla.).    read story

‘La familia’ can help you save on your taxes
America’s baby boomer generation currently has a lot on its plate. How about some tax relief during tax season, which is currently in full swing as the clock ticks towards the IRS filing deadline of April 15.    read story

What’s happening at East High School is nothing new
Regarding so-called education reform in the Rochester City School District (RCSD), everyone who is paying the least bit of attention knows by now that, recently, East High School has become ground-zero.    read story

When the legend makes you look better than facts, use the legend – that, more or less, is a movie line that applies to politics especially when ideological fanatics need ammunition to fight unfair because they don’t have the facts. Exaggeration becomes THE BIG LIE.   read story

Summer Shouldn’t Mean Hunger for Our Nation’s Children
As a child, I always looked forward to the carefree joy of summertime. I remember the long days of playing outside at a nearby park until I needed to come home for lunch. Unfortunately, many of our nation’s children do not experience the simple joys of summer.    read story

The Literary Café and The Snow Child by Eowyn Ivey
During this month, the Literary Café chose to join the reading program, “If All of Rochester Read the Same Book” 2014. This program was created by the very well-known and respected literary center, Writers & Books.    read story
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