Robert Bell, Rochester D and C

Robert Bell

Rochester D and C

Contact Robert

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • Rochester D and C
  • Messenger Post Media

Past articles by Robert:

Rising immigrant crossings at U.S.-Canada border fuel debate on proper response

Among the immigrants are parents with young children and infants who must navigate challenging terrain along the border to make it to the U.S. side. → Read More

Rochester's Li-Cycle awarded $375M DOE loan for expansion. How many jobs could it create here?

"Once the facility is at full steam, it is projected to be the biggest source of lithium carbonate in the United States." → Read More

Rochester influencer shares tips for success on TikTok

"I've tried to go the corporate job route multiple times. It just goes against my hardwiring." → Read More

Tap water is unsafe in parts of Rochester. Residents are scrambling.

The boil water advisory will be in effect until at least Christmas Eve, the city said. → Read More

Local youth football team will compete for a national title

"To make it happen in a year and a half is beyond me. I can't even put it into words." → Read More

'He was like a superhero.' Renowned Rochester poet Bobby Johnson dies

"He had a very magnetic personality. He brought life to the party; it was just boring without him." → Read More

Due to repeated acts of vandalism, a Black history mural project has moved

A recent attempt to spotlight "the Douglass women" in murals painted on electrical boxes by local artists will instead be presented at an exhibition. → Read More

Heavy rain today, possible snow showers in Rochester region this weekend

According to the National Weather Service, up to two inches of rain could fall Friday night, accompanied by wind gusts as high as 26 mph. → Read More

Walgreens closure 'devastating' for residents of Rochester's 19th Ward

The Thurston Road Walgreens will close on Nov. 7, creating a "pharmacy desert," according to 19th Ward Community Association President Karen Emerson. → Read More

Is this corner Rochester's most haunted place? Mt. Hope Cemetery ghost stories say it is

Jenni Lynn, a parapsychologist, has owned Rochester Candlelight Ghost Walks for 19 years. Her parapsychology study delved into how our brains perceive paranormal activity. → Read More

'I wanted this piece to be interactive.' Mural of Josh Allen hurdling a hit with Bills fans

"I wanted people to be able to stop and take pictures. I wanted to make it a community thing." → Read More

Hearing aids now available over the counter. What you should know before buying them

"The devices that are available are not as sophisticated as prescriptive hearing aids." → Read More

'Day Of Dignity' event hosted by Barakah Muslim Charities provided food, clothing and school supplies to Rochester's needy

The community event was sponsored by Islamic relief USA. → Read More

Rochester church hosts 'stop the violence' town hall

"It's a call for pastors like myself to make the church the center point for the community and families." → Read More

Local organization builds beds for children in need and you can be part of the effort

Sleep in Heavenly Peace is a non-profit that builds, assembles, and delivers top-notch bunk beds to children. → Read More

Voices in our community: Art and activism in Rochester with Ravi Mangla

Ravi Mangla believes it's hard to live in a place like Rochester and not feel political. "When you see the history of activism that's happened in this area, from groups like FIGHT to the civil rights movement in the 60s to the uprisings here over the past couple of years ― this is an intensely political city." Mangla, a Pittsford native, is a political organizer and author. His latest novel,… → Read More

One of Rochester's oldest Black churches overcomes pandemic, now faces new hurdle

The church will celebrate its 100th anniversary next year, but as the celebration nears, uncertainty looms. → Read More

Before Jazz Fest, this Rochester club regularly featured the greatest names in jazz music

The club, which was on Clarissa Street, no longer stands. But nostalgia over what it stood for highlights Black impact on Rochester's jazz scene. → Read More

Free shows at the Rochester Jazz Festival, listed by date

A complete list of free shows for this year's jazz fest. → Read More

Man convicted of stabbing RPD officer Denny Wright sentenced to 40 years to life

"You may be human but you are possessed by something very evil." → Read More