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Despite previous claims, Rochester coronavirus patient took bus from NYC

This contradicts an earlier interview with WXXI in which the patient said he rode to Rochester from John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Rochester man tests positive for coronavirus

In an interview with WXXI, the patient — who did not give his name — said that he is a resident of the 19th Ward neighborhood.

All-gender restroom resolution passes in SA Senate

The ultimate goal, the report says, is that no student will ever be more than a floor away from an all-gender restroom.

Local patient tests negative for coronavirus

The Democrat & Chronicle reported that the local patient was determined not to have the new coronavirus or COVID-19, the disease it causes.

Patient undergoing coronavirus testing released from hospital

The patient came to the emergency department Wednesday morning, according to the Democrat & Chronicle.

Coronavirus testing for local patient as UR braces for outbreak’s impact

Monroe County's Public Health Commissioner told reporters Wednesday this is not a confirmed case of COVID-19 or of the coronavirus that causes it. 

Professors release letters criticizing Jaeger backlash

The writers said they hope for varied perspectives. Former faculty members suing UR say the letters distract from the damage done to Jaeger's accusers.

United across generations, Rochesterians march for the climate

Hundreds congregated in front of Rochester City Hall last Friday to urge the city to do its part in combating…

Inside Rochester’s police accountability struggle

In front of Rochester’s City Council on April 16, Phyllis Harmon tearfully opened her neck brace, showing what she says…

Nothing but sky: Decarceration initiative debuts symposium

“If Frederick Douglass were alive today, we think that [he] would be trying to take on mass incarceration, and decarcerate the city of Rochester.”