Chamberlain Street Elementary School has placed a strong emphasis on kindness, and students have been enthusiastic participants in the initiative.
Current and former members of the Rochester Fire Department were honored for their valor and service at a ceremony this week.
City Manager Blaine Cox is pleased to announce that residents from Gonic and the East Side will once again face off in a friendly softball game next month.
Friends of the Rochester Public Library Announce Upcoming Events and New Pass Offering Following Annual Meeting
ROCHESTER– Library Director Brian Sylvester is pleased to announce that the Friends of the Rochester Public Library held their annual meeting earlier this week.
Administrative Assistant Cindi Potts Retires After 37 Years with Rochester Fire and Police Departments
Administrative Assistant Cindi Potts — known by Rochester Fire verterans for her trademark space heater and the high temperatures that surrounded her desk — officially retired last week.
ROCHESTER– Mayor Caroline McCarley and City Manager Dan Fitzpatrick announce that the City of Rochester has reached an agreement in principle to purchase a portion of the Rochester Fair property.
ROCHESTER — City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick and Fire Chief Mark Klose are pleased to report that Firefighter Matt Furtney has been named the City of Rochester’s Employee of the Year for 2017.
The Rochester Fire Department has invited the city’s elected officials to join firefighters for a ride-along, which would give them an up-close view of the type of calls for service they respond to every single day.
The Rochester Fire Department wishes to provide the following updates in the wake of the serious storm that impacted the area Sunday night.
The Rochester School District has partnered with city businesses in an effort to dramatically reduce the number of student absences.