The city of Rochester has launched Flower City Carshare, aka FloShare, an electric vehicle rental service operated by Mobility Development Operation.
What was trumpeted four years ago by federal prosecutors as a $500 million mortgage fraud scheme authored by Robert Morgan and associates that endangered "our entire financial system" has ended in a whimper.
The Monroe County Department of Public Health and the state Department of Environmental Conservation will conduct a virtual informational meeting from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday with an update on the 35-year effort to restore natural resources within the embayment.
New York civil engineers say the state's infrastructure is in mediocre condition and gave it an overall grade of C, with roads, transit and wastewater most deficient among 11 categories assessed by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
New York will provide $50 million to the Land Bank Initiative, the first dedicated source of state funding to help land banks reduce blight and transform vacant properties.
The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce will present an event with the Rochester Threat Advisory Committee on July 28 entitled “Taking Action Against Targeted Violence.”
Rochester has launched a Community Total Health and Wellness initiative to help define the gaps in the health and wellness needs of Rochester’s underserved communities.
Developers of The Legends at Whitney Town Center in Perinton are planning to add another 41 units to the 55-and-over living community as the need for senior housing continues to grow.
The continuing ability to operate with a budget surplus has prompted Moody's Investor Service to upgrade the outstanding issuer rating for the town of Webster.
The city of Rochester and Business Insight Center @ Central will host a free cannabis industry support services open house on Wednesday at the Central Library in downtown Rochester.
Before his home underwent an overhaul, Robert Henry said coming inside on a frigid January day didn't necessarily mean he was getting out of the cold.
Corning Inc. is planning a $139 million expansion to its facilities in Fairport and Gates to address the growing demand in the semiconductor market.