Each year in Rochester, teams of women (and a handful of men) work together to make another Habitat for Humanity home possible. Our region needs these quality, affordable, houses, as shown by this map of serious housing issues and housing cost-burden.
The screening rates for cervical cancer vary by county and within city across our region. More than half the census tracts in Buffalo have rates over 84%, while only 1 census tract in Rochester has such a high percentage of screening.
The first proponent (in 1915) of a national day to recognize the contributions of native peoples was Dr. Arthur C. Parker, an early director of the Rochester Museum and Science Center (then known as the Rochester Municipal Museum). Dr. Parker was an archeologist of Seneca heritage.
The map shows dog intake volume by county for New York State in the past 36 months. While Monroe County had the highest number of intakes (1,756), Lollypop Farm receives animals from more than 50% of all the counties in New York State.