City of Rochester Search Result Rss http://www.cityofrochester.gov/searchrss.aspx?query=People&order=rank&orderdirection=descending&mindatecreated=1/1/1900 12:00:00 AM&maxdatecreated=9/30/2029 11:59:37 PM&datesearchfield=DateCreated&categories= News Release - Mayor Lovely A. Warren Encourages Young People at Risk To Get Tested on National HIV Testing Day http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589961653 <p>City of Rochester News Release GO (Wednesday, June 25, 2014) – According Trillium Health, outside of New York City, Rochester has the second highest HIV infection rate per capita in the state. In 2010, young people ages 13 through 29,</p> City of Rochester 6/25/2014 News Release - Author Susan Blauner to Speak at Central Library; “Ordinary People” to Follow http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589945231 <strong>(Monday, Oct. 25, 2010) – </strong>Author Susan Rose Blauner will be speaking at The Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County on Wednesday, Nov. 3. at Noon. The discussion and book signing will take place in the Kate Gleason Auditorium of the Bausch and Lomb Public Library Building located at 115 South Ave. <br /> City of Rochester 10/25/2010 Council for People with Disabilities http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589944224 Description of the role and composition of the County / City Council for People with Disabilities City of Rochester 4/21/2014 The Inaugural Address of Mayor Lovely A. Warren: January 4, 2014 http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589959565 <p>PROMISES -The Inaugural Address of Mayor Lovely A. Warren, <em>67th Mayor of Rochester, New York. Delivered January 4, 2014. </em> </p> <p> </p> City of Rochester 6/10/2014 News Release - Joint Council Announces &#39;Democracy Rides&#39; http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589940447 <p><strong>(Wednesday, October 22, 2009)</strong> - County Executive Maggie Brooks and Mayor Robert J. Duffy announced today the creation of “Democracy Rides,” a volunteer effort to provide free rides to the polls for people with disabilities. The program is sponsored by the Monroe County-City of Rochester Council for People with Disabilities (COPD), an advisory board to the officials. </p> City of Rochester 9/29/2010 The Rochester Public Market Cookbook http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589950223 The Rochester Public Market Cookbook benefits the Market Token Program, which allows food stamp benefit recipients to use those benefits to purchase healthy foods at the Market. City of Rochester 9/20/2014 News Release - Pound for Pound Challenge Inspires Community to Lose Weight and Feed the Hungry http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589941173 <p><strong>(Tuesday, Jan. 12) - </strong>Foodlink and the City of Rochester are partnering for the Pound for Pound Challenge to fight hunger and build a healthy community. The Pound for Pound Challenge, sponsored by Feeding America, General Mills, and NBC’s The Biggest Loser, is in its second year of helping America “Lose Nationally, Feed Locally.” For each pound participants pledge to lose, 14 cents – enough for one pound of food – is donated to help Foodlink fight hunger in our community. </p> City of Rochester 10/5/2010 Rochester Police Department http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589938293 <p>Welcome to the Rochester Police Department's website This web site was developed as a part of fulfilling our goals &amp;amp; mission of delivering effective and responsive law enforcement services to the citizens of the City of Rochester. </p> City of Rochester 8/20/2014 News Release - Clarissa Street Reunion Announces Date for Annual Festival http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589957731 <strong>(Tuesday, July 2, 2013)—</strong>The Clarissa Street Reunion Committee and Mayor Thomas S. Richards today announced that the 18th Annual Clarissa Street Reunion will be held, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday, August 17 on Clarissa Street. City of Rochester 7/2/2013 News Release - Inner Loop East Project Receives $4.2 Million State Award http://www.cityofrochester.gov//article.aspx?id=8589962759 <p><strong style=&quot;FONT-SIZE: 9pt&quot;>(Tuesday, September 16, 2014) – </strong><span style=&quot;FONT-SIZE: 9pt&quot;>The Inner Loop East Reconstruction Project can officially move forward with $4.2 million in new capital support from New York State, Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced today. This funding fulfills the local match obligation required to get federal grant money.</span><span style=&quot;FONT-SIZE: 9pt&quot;> </span> </p> <div><span style=&quot;FONT-SIZE: 9pt&quot;><br /></span> </div> City of Rochester 9/17/2014