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Revamped market complete

The Public Market has long been one of Rochester’s treasures, with people in search of good deals on fresh fruit, vegetables and more packing the place, especially on Saturday mornings.

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How to overcome the impact of income inequality

A few years ago I read “Spirit Level:  Why Equality is Better for Everyone” by two British authors, Kate Pickett and Richard Wilkinson. Using World Health Organization data, the authors construct a careful case showing the relationship between income inequality ...

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Getting around Rochester

One of the key factors to the vibrancy of any city is how fast and easy it is for residents and visitors to travel in and around it. Indeed, one of the major positives cited in any quality-of-life assessment of Rochester is that it has less onerous commutes than most cities.

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Climate change fight endures

It is difficult to claim President Donald Trump’s decision last week to withdraw the United States from the Paris accord on climate change will necessarily have a negative long-term effect on the environment.

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