The city of Rochester wants to shut down an unlicensed junkyard that for months has ignored cease and desist orders.
Larry Staub has replaced David Dunning as acting chairman of the Monroe County Republican Committee, effective Tuesday.
The city of Rochester is threatening demolition of a dilapidated former downtown hotel and office building.
Monroe County Legislator Rachel Barnhart is asking the FTC to review Thrive Pet Healthcare after it said the emergency veterinary hospital in Brighton will close.
A $75,000 grant from New York State will enable the South East Area Coalition's Tool Shed to expand its mission of providing access to tools and do-it-yourself learning.
Monroe County leaders want to limit the number of new, similar items a person can sell to a pawnbroker, secondhand dealer or coin exchange dealer in one year.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will host a public forum on Aug. 29 to provide updates on the proposed cleanup that continues from a 1970 train derailment in LeRoy.
Proponents have said the Buffalo-Rochester-Syracuse region is uniquely poised to excel in semiconductor production.
Construction is underway to create 53 new affordable homes in Rochester's Beechwood neighborhood.
The executive director of the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency is defending its decision to deny tax incentives for a multifamily residential development in Pittsford.
Nicholas Nicosia claims defamation of his person and trade, as well as tortious interference with his business, Nicosia Dental, "for the hate crime hoax perpetrated against him" by Barnhart and attorney Nate McMurray.
A local state senator has expressed disappointment over a ruling earlier this week to temporarily stop the awarding of conditional cannabis retail licenses in New York.