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Thousands of miles, several movie appearances and more than 140 years after leaving the Cunningham Carriage Factory on Litchfield Street in Rochester, New York, a late-19th century brougham-style carriage returned home on Tuesday, September 30.

Historic Carriage Returns to Rochester

Thousands of miles, several movie appearances and more than 140 years after leaving the Cunningham Carriage Factory on Litchfield Street in Rochester, New York, a late-19th century brougham-style carriage returned home on Tuesday, September 30. After sitting vacant for 25 years, DePaul is getting ready to re-open the doors of Continue reading →

Rochester Makerspace

Can You Teach Art or Crafts?

The Rochester Makerspace is a nonprofit community workshop and art studio that encourages learning, creativity and collaboration by teaching people how to use tools and to make things. We’re looking for volunteers who can lead art or craft activities. You can teach almost anything you’d like to any age group, Continue reading →

Kidney walk 2013

Take a Lifesaving Step

On October 5, 2014, over 500 walkers will step up for the Kidney Walk for the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) serving Upstate and Western New York and help raise awareness and funds to support the fight against kidney disease. “The Kidney Walk not only raises funds but awareness in our Continue reading →

Family of Staff Sgt  Javier Ortiz Rivera - Flag presentation by Frontier

Frontier honors slain servicemen

Frontier Communications recently presented personalized “Honor and Remember” flags to the families of U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Javier Ortiz Rivera and U.S. Army Captain Bruce K. Clark during two separate ceremonies held in the greater Rochester area. Staff Sgt. Javier Ortiz Rivera was killed November 16, 2010 by a roadside Continue reading →