ROCHESTER — The City of Rochester and the Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce announce the release of a short business impact survey in order to assess the effect that COVID-19 is having on local businesses.
ROCHESTER — City Manager Blaine Cox and Rochester Main Street Executive Director Angela Mills invite vendors to apply for the city’s annual fireworks celebration.
Studley’s Flower Gardens isn’t just a business in downtown Rochester. It’s a part of the fabric of the community, and has been for nearly a century.
The Rochester Fire Department will host two informational sessions for business owners to help them learn about the inspection process.
At Collec-tiques — 56 N. Main St. in downtown Rochester — Saxby buys, sells and trades antiques and unique items of all kinds, specializing in vintage video games ranging from the original Nintendo console to modern systems.
Executive Director Michael Provost is pleased to announce that Rochester Main Street will host a wine and beer tasting event early next month.