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Post Bulletin Reporter Molly Work

Molly Castle Work

Investigative Reporter

Molly Castle Work is an award-winning investigative journalist. She has investigated a range of topics such as OSHA and worker safety during COVID-19, crisis pregnancy center deceptive practices and white-owned newspapers' role in promoting lynchings. Molly is skilled at distilling complex information and incorporating multimedia elements to increase understanding. She has produced animated videos, audio features, graphic design and data visualization to accompany her investigative reporting.

Before entering the journalism field, Molly worked in college access and higher education communications in Minnesota. She graduated with her master’s degree from Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland in 2022. Her favorite pastimes are cooking, binging reality tv shows and going on long walks.

Readers can reach Molly at 507-285-7771 or mwork@postbulletin.com.

The Rochester City Council agreed to sell the historic Armory building to the Castle Community in September 2017, under the stipulation that the building would be used for art and cultural activities. Under the purchase agreement, the Castle Community was in violation of its contract while renting space to Echo Church.
The Story: Why Rochester's rent prices are 'astronomical'
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A Post Bulletin data analysis of the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis’ Regional Price Parities data released in December 2021 found that Rochester housing price levels, once 17% below the national average, have been racing fast to catch up.
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ROCHESTER — The police chief’s and sheriff’s participation in a public event here on Tuesday has raised concerns among some observers that the departments are willing to associate themselves with politically motivated scare tactics.