This couple got through a Rochester winter without a furnace. Here's how.

This couple got through a Rochester winter without a furnace. Here's how.

The "passive home" of Greg and Joanna Collins can stay 70 degrees without a furnace in the dead of winter.

Rochester LGBTQ history site among nominees to historic registers

Todd Union — a student union hall on the University of Rochester campus — hosted the first Gay Liberation Front meeting over 50 years ago.

Leah Stacy named next editor of CITY

Stacy succeeds David Andreatta, who will become the investigations editor at WXXI News.

Citing an 'exodus,' Hungerford artists look to unite against their landlord

Hungerford Building artists have formed a tenants' union to press their landlord to make changes.

City to spend COVID relief dollars to replace ozone-depleting ice machinery at BlueCross Arena

The city plans to spend $400,000 in American Rescue Plan Act money to fund a new ice-making machine at the Blue Cross Arena.

COMMENTARY: Rochester can't afford RG&E's failures. We need public power.

Metro Justice asks: 'How long can we afford to wait for RG&E to do its job?'

Democrats snub incumbents in upcoming elections

The Monroe County Democratic Committee has tapped its 2023 candidates, leaving out a handful of incumbents.

'Aqueduct Reimagined,' or just a fantasy?

Turning the aqueduct into a focal point of downtown remains elusive, despite efforts and a lot of talk.

PAB chief investigator resigns

Duwaine Bascoe, the PAB's head of investigations and former acting manager, has resigned.

Monroe County faces child care crunch

Monroe County has $90M to help families with child care. But providers are hard to find.

Seneca Park Zoo deaths: Nature's course or animal care concerns?

A string of deaths of crowd-pleasing animals at Seneca Park Zoo has patrons wondering why so many animals have been lost.

City looks to build tiny homeless shelters

A proposal in front of City Council would take $750,000 from the Police Accountability Board's budget and use it to erect small shelters at Peace Village.

Bello fundraiser nets large haul

The chief fundraiser for Monroe County Executive Adam Bello's re-election campaign said his first event raised $400,000.

New PAB director: ‘There is work getting done’

Sherry Walker-Cowart sat down with CITY for a Q&A session on the Police Accountability Board's troubles and future.

COMMENTARY: RG&E CEO: 'We hear your concerns and are working to correct problems'

"Government-controlled power" is not the answer to RG&E's challenges, writes CEO Trish Nilsen.

Dozens mourn Memphis’s Tyre Nichols

Tyre Nichols's death at the hands of Memphis police resonated with Rochester mourners as a familiar incident.


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