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Rochester sued after auto racing events rejected at fairgrounds

The Rochester Agricultural Mechanical Association has filed a lawsuit against the city, claiming it is trying to restrict long-standing activities operated at the Granite State fairgrounds by denying permission for an auto racing event. RAMA, a nonprofit organization, the representatives for the Granite State Fair (formerly the Rochester...

Chris Rice wants to fight removal from Rochester City Council. There’s no appeal process.

Karen Dandurant Fosters Daily DemocratAfter City Councilor Chris Rice was ousted from his Ward 5 / Seat A position on the council last week, a replacement to fill his seat for the remainder of his term is being sought. Rice, 32, was removed following a trial on May...

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Rochester reports elevated contaminant in water, says there is no danger

Karen Dandurant, Fosters Daily DemocratThe city notified residents about an elevated contaminant level in...

‘It makes me happy’: Rochester goes big for Free Comic Book Day

Karen Dandurant, Fosters Daily DemocratFree Comic Book Day takes place in many communities across...

$4.5 billion Army contract work to take place at Sig Sauer Rochester facility

Sig Sauer's new Rochester plant at 7 Amarosa Drive will be fully operational this...

Jerry Lachance still loves coaching at Spaulding after nearly 50 years

Coaching has been a learning experience for Jerry Lachance; the least of which is...

‘Community effort’: Rochester sees steady drop in crime over past five years

Police Chief Gary Boudreau proudly told city police commissioners criminal activity in the city has been...

Mural to transform 85-foot wall at Rochester’s James W. Foley Community Center

An 85-foot wall in the city's James W. Foley Memorial Community Center is being...

Spaulding High musical ‘Disney’s Descendants’ rescued by Rochester Opera House

After two years of the coronavirus pandemic shutting down the Spaulding High School spring...

‘Community came together’: Rochester students, police, leaders sleep outside for homeless

Nicole Rodler said Waypoint's SleepOut 2022 was a big success. The city Police Department's youth...

Rochester revitalization: Historic Scenic Theater, Salinger Block buildings transformed

Renters will soon be moving into 50 new apartments at the historic Scenic Theater...

SleepOut for homeless youth: Rochester students, school, city staff to spend night in cold

The football field at Spaulding High School will look a little different Friday, March...

Dover’s Restoration Church approved to open sober living house in Rochester

A new sober living facility housing up to 21 people is planned to open in the...

Rochester OKs charging station: Owner bets electric vehicles will soar as gas prices surge

The city will soon have a new six-station electronic vehicle charging station, much like...

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