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Beyond New York City, the second-biggest regional economy in the state of New York is not in Albany, the capital, but instead it's in Rochester. Expansion Management magazine ranked the city first in the country for overall quality of life among metropolitan areas with at least one million people in it. Located just south of Lake Ontario, Rochester is near three splits in the Genesee River, which gave its founders great access to water. Frederick Douglass founded The North Star, an abolitionist newspaper, in 1847 in Rochester. Some of the city's nicknames include "The Young Lion of the West, " "Flour City", and the "Flower City. "

Population: 219773
Local Newspapers: Democrat and Chronicle
Local Sports Teams: Rochester Red Wings (IL baseball) Rochester Americans (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Rochester

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Retrofit a school bus wash system into a constrained space? "No problem" says Westmatic

Westmatic, a manufacturer of environmentally-friendly large vehicle wash systems, works with schools and school transportation providers of all types and sizes across the United States. Faced with tight budgets, building and site constraints, fleet size and variety, school transportation departments are looking for workable and affordable solutions to their bus wash needs.

Mother of deceased ECHC inmate India Cummings speaks out

Officials continue to examine the death of 27-year-old India Cummings, who had been in the Erie County Holding Center. A state medical review board says her death should be ruled a homicide, because of neglect.

Deaf Comedian To Stage First Solo Show During Keybank Rochester Fringe Festival

Have you ever heard of Tom Willard? The Rochester-based standup comedian plans to put on his first one-man show during the upcoming KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival. "TOM WILLARD: A Comedian You've Never Heard Of" will take place 7 pm Wednesday, Sept.

The Museum of Arts and Design announces Burke Prize 2018 finalists and exhibition

The Museum of Arts and Design announced the finalists for the inaugural Burke Prize for contemporary craft. The prize, named for craft collectors Marian and Russell Burke, drew an outstandingly diverse and highly competitive pool of five hundred artists working to expand the field of craft.

YMCA completes upgrades at west side's Camp Northpoint

The YMCA of Greater Rochester on Thursday unveiled upgrades at Camp Northpoint, which served 3,000 children this summer. The 45-acre camp on North Greece Road served children from the west side this summer.

UR School of Nursing Cuts Tuition of Degree-Completion Program for Nurses

Responding to New York State's landmark "BS in 10" legislation requiring future nurses to obtain a baccalaureate degree in nursing within 10 years of their initial licensure, the UR School of Nursing is dropping the overall cost of its RN to BS completion program by 18 percent. The school also offers a number of substantial scholarships to bolster the strength of the nursing workforce by easing the financial burden to be faced by registered nurses who graduate with an associate degree or nursing diploma.

Readers sound off on Andrew Cuomo, housing and the Catholic Church

Massapequa, L.I.: Gov. Cuomo on Wednesday gave a speech in which he declared that the United States was "never that great." I wonder what his father Mario - a first-generation American, whose parents immigrated legally from Italy and who went on to earn a college and law degree from St. John's and become governor of New York himself - would say about that.

Big Springs Museum Serves Up Smorgasbord of Historic Everyday Life: Part II

A wide variety of displays are arranged on this floor, many of them in glass cases donated by Sibley's, a prestigious department store formerly of Rochester, New York. Collections include buttons, irons, textiles, clothing, both men's and women's, gorgeous hat pins, several washing machines, medical history items including a fantastic early X-ray machines.

BestFest NYS to showcase New York's finest food, drinks, crafts

A one-stop destination event showcasing New York state's best food, drinks, bands and crafts comes to the new Exposition Center at the State Fairgrounds this fall. BestFest NYS take over the fair's new event center Friday, Oct. 12 and Saturday, Oct. 13. Admission is $5 for each day.

The Other Josh Cohen to Play Return Run at Off-Broadway's Westside Theatre

T he Other Josh Cohen is readying for an off-Broadway return. The acclaimed musical comedy, featuring a book, music and lyrics by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen - who will again co-star in the title roles - will appear at the Westside Theatre this fall in a production directed Tony nominee Hunter Foster.

BPD looking for public's help in locating missing vulnerable adult

The City of Batavia Police Department is asking for assistance in locating the individual pictured in the attached photo. Tammy L. Taylor, age 50, of the City of Batavia, is listed as a Missing Vulnerable Adult.

General Motors confirms fuel systems production will leave Rochester by 2021 3 hours ago

Production of next generation fuel systems for General Motors will be moved out of Rochester over the next three years. When asked if any employees in Rochester would be impacted by the decision, the spokesperson said it is too early to determine that impact.

LocalFans remember Aretha Franklin's 2002 Rochester show

The undisputed "Queen of Soul" headlined the first ever Rochester International Jazz Festival. Aretha Franklin performed for a crowd of thousands at Frontier Field in 2002.

Hunter Foster Directs the Other Josh Cohen Off-Broadway This Fall

The musical - nominated for six Drama Desk Awards and the Lortel Award for Outstanding Musical - features Book, Music and Lyrics by David Rossmer and Steve Rosen , who will co-star in the title roles, under the direction of Tony Award nominee Hunter Foster . Previews begin Friday, October 26, 2018, with an official opening night of November 12, for a limited engagement of seventeen weeks through February 24, 2019.

Douglass property deed shows abolitionist's interest in economic development

A deed discovered by a team from Rochester Institute of Technology in December shows that Frederick Douglass made efforts to invest in Rochester, and not just live and work here. The famed abolitionist, who was born into slavery 200 years ago and lived in Rochester for 25 years, bought land on North Clinton Avenue in April ... Complete access to news articles on is available to Rochester Business Journal's subscribers who are logged in.

Fashion First: I get a kick outta kicks

Fashion Stylist Radio Personality on WARM 101.3 Writer for Rochester Woman Magazine Fashion Forward Column Speaker: Empowering Women Consultant for Women's Image and Makeup Application Event Planner A mother of 3 beautiful daughters, Joan hails from the Finger Lakes area. A Rochesterian for the past 36 years, Joan has come from in front of the camera lens to behind the scenes and 'painted' Upstate N.Y. woman more beautiful for more than a decade.

Netflix is hitting the gas on "original" automotive content

Netflix has announced that it's dipping its proverbial toe more deeply into the water that is automotive television . This means two new shows and a third, "Fastest Car," that is getting renewed for a second season.

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