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Seligman, complainants respond to EEOC complaint

In the 113-page document, Jaeger, a professor in the department of brain and cognitive sciences, is accused of a decade-spanning pattern of sexually manipulative behavior toward students, including consistent harassment, inappropriate parties and “lab retreats” and unethical sexual relationships with ...

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Democratic primary debates: What did we learn?

Running on the tail-end of two weeks which saw a cancelled debate due to Mayor Lovely Warren’s hospitalization, harsh words from Democratic candidate James Sheppard and a campaign finance scandal surrounding Democratic candidate Rachel Barnhart, the long-awaited debate between the ...

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Warren, Sheppard sign Fair Election Pledge

As the Democratic primary for mayor of Rochester draws near, both Mayor Lovely Warren and Democratic candidate James Sheppard have signed the League of Women Voters of the Rochester Metropolitan Area (LWV-RMA) and The Interfaith Alliance of Rochester’s (TIAR) Fair ...

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Duncan Family Farms comes to Brockport

  Turning over a new leaf in the New York State market, organic grower Duncan Family Farms is headed for Brockport, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced today. One of the leading organic growers in the nation, the Arizona-based Duncan is known ...

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City to demolish 175 vacant homes

In an effort to repair communities impacted by blighted properties, the City of Rochester has vowed to level every home on its “Demolition List” by the end of the fiscal year, June 30, 2018. The effort coincides with a $1.5 ...

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