Justin Murphy, Rochester D and C

Justin Murphy

Rochester D and C

Rochester, NY, United States

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Past articles by Justin:

RCSD Superintendent Carmine Peluso shakes up cabinet

All three of Peluso's top deputies were internal promotions, not outside hires. → Read More

Willa Powell to leave RCSD board; 18-year-old among election candidates

Isaiah Santiago, 18, was not yet born when Willa Powell first joined the school board. → Read More

Al Sharpton to lead Franklin Florence funeral service in Rochester

Franklin Florence and Al Sharpton worked together on many issues over their long careers. → Read More

Franklin Florence, civil rights leader, dies at 88

Florence was the pugnacious founder of FIGHT, an early Black power organization that battled Eastman Kodak. → Read More

Bishop Matthew Clark remembered as 'close friend of Jesus Christ'

Bishop Matthew Clark died Jan. 22 at age 85 after a period of illness. → Read More

Bishop Matthew Clark funeral service. Watch live

The funeral Mass for Matthew Clark, the longtime bishop of the Diocese of Rochester, is taking place at Sacred Heart Cathedral. → Read More

To help recruit more nurses, UR will offer free tuition for some

The UR School of Nursing will accept at least 30 students in the first year. → Read More

Former NYSP sergeant accused of tipping off gambling ring in Rochester

A retired sergeant with the New York State Police has been charged with obstruction after allegedly tipping off the target of a criminal investigation into online gambling based in Rochester. → Read More

Police to return to 5 Rochester schools after near-tragedy at Franklin HS: Here's where

Three students were threatened with a gun Thursday outside Franklin High School. → Read More

Shots fired outside Franklin High School; no injuries reported

District spokeswoman Marisol Ramos-Lopez said a man "got out of a car and approached the building, firing several shots." → Read More

'My heart has always been here.' NY Regent Ruth Turner to rejoin RCSD

'... I felt I needed to come back to try to do my part to help address some of the challenges with RCSD." → Read More

Remembering Achsa Bean, early UR medical grad and pioneering military doctor

Bean and her lifelong partner, Barbara Stimson, were two of the first commissioned doctors in the U.S. military. → Read More

New poll finds about half of Rochester's LGBTQ community feels at risk of attack

LGBTQ people in the Rochester area also said they face discrimination, according to the poll from the Levine Center to End Hate. → Read More

Carmine Peluso named permanent RCSD superintendent

Peluso had been serving as interim superintendent since August. → Read More

Nan Johnson, feminist vanguard and former Monroe County legislator, dies at 92

Nan Johnson served 20 years in the Monroe County Legislature and was founding director of the Susan B. Anthony Center at the University of Rochester. → Read More

Memoir recounts 'magic' of Joel Seligman years at UR, and the scandal that ended it

Seligman was president of the University of Rochester from 2005 to 2018. → Read More

Morelle re-elected to third term in Congress, Singletary concedes NY-25 race

"At the end of the day, we all want the same things: stability, security and opportunity." → Read More

Claudia Tenney cruises to victory in redrawn 24th Congressional District

Incumbent Republican Congresswoman Claudia Tenney easily fended off Democratic challenger Steven Holden. → Read More

RCSD looks to grow a crop of gardens

Ellie Faugh, a teacher at School 17, is the district's first urban garden lead teacher. → Read More

Rochester's Indigenous Peoples Day celebration is 'just the beginning'

On Indigenous Peoples Day, five white pine trees were planted in Rochester's four quadrants as symbols of peace and unity. → Read More