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Jun 9th 2013 6:06 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - A man riding a bicycle along Lakeshore Blvd. was seriously injured Sunday morning when he crashed his bicycle. Rochester police officers say the 60-year-old man was riding his bicycle around 8:25 a.m. when he somehow crashed.  «Full Post»
Jun 9th 2013 4:18 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. � It wasn�t an ordinary lemonade stand serving up cold drinks Saturday at the Rochester Public Market. It was Alex�s Lemonade Stand, a nationwide foundation that raises money to fight childhood cancer. The foundation pays  «Full Post»
Jun 9th 2013 4:09 am by Local News

Albany, N.Y. - About 350 teachers from the Rochester area joined more than 10,000 other educators, parents, and students to protest state testing requirements Saturday afternoon. Rochester Teachers Association president Adam Urbanski said the stat  «Full Post»
Jun 8th 2013 3:15 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - Eastman Kodak Company plans to lay off more than 60 more employees by the end of summer. According to a filing with the New York State Labor Department this week, Kodak will lay off 61 people from the Lake Avenue business park.  «Full Post»
Jun 1st 2013 5:57 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - Thousands gathered at the Blue Cross Arena Saturday as the class of 2013 graduated from Monroe Community College. �It was tough but I did it,� said Jennifer Bement, 39, a mother of four headed to college at the same time as her  «Full Post»
May 26th 2013 11:05 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. � City Council president Lovely Warren opened the headquarters for her run for mayor Saturday on Waring Road. Warren is running against incumbent Tom Richards, who said he has a �city agenda� instead of a political agenda, an  «Full Post»
May 25th 2013 7:11 pm by Local News

Hilton, N.Y.� It�s a forgotten Hilton park. Some people don�t even remember what it�s actually called. To many Hilton residents it�s known as �The Trussle� but officially it�s called Salmon Creek Park. According to residents,  «Full Post»
May 19th 2013 12:32 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - The new East Avenue Wegmans is now open after years of planning. Hundreds of customers waited in line for the new store to open Sunday morning. Customers were welcomed with a Wegmans cheer before they started their shopping.  «Full Post»
May 18th 2013 3:17 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. � It is likely that the Monroe County fair will have a new home, this year. The County has plans to move the fair to Northampton Park in Ogden. There are plans to put up tents to accommodate the Fair this year, and the promise  «Full Post»
May 18th 2013 3:14 am by Local News

5/17/13 9:16 PM Rochester, N.Y. -- Sounds of gunfire resulted in four people being injured and complete chaos throughout Hague Street, Friday afternoon. At about 3:15 p.m., Rochester Police were called to the area of 415-419 Hague Street after  «Full Post»
May 15th 2013 1:10 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - The membership wholesale club Costco is coming to Rochester. The 150,000 square foot store will be the major tenant for the proposed CityGate mixed-use development project. Anthony Costello & Son Development made the announ  «Full Post»
May 11th 2013 9:00 pm by Local News

It's the start of another season at Darien Lake Theme Park in Genesee County. The park will open its gate for the start of the 2013 season Saturday at 10:30 a.m. New this year, the Lakeside Boardwalk area, which features a renovated carousel and  «Full Post»
May 4th 2013 4:04 am by Local News

The mother of a Monroe High School student who was stabbed Thursday afternoon says her son has more than 12 staples in his chest and is in guarded condition in the ICU. Valentina Williams spent the day at Strong Hospital after she found out her so  «Full Post»
May 4th 2013 4:00 am by Local News

Onlookers said it started with a few flames. Soon after, black smoke was billowing from several businesses and apartments. "The whole street was pitch black, you couldn't see hardly, see the boom trucks shooting water through, it was so black," sa  «Full Post»
May 4th 2013 3:56 am by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - Preparation is underway for the Lilac Festival which starts Friday, May 10th. Many of the tents have gone up as vendors get ready to move in for the next two weeks. Festival Coordinator Jeff Springut said there won't be any ma  «Full Post»
Apr 30th 2013 2:54 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - Filming has begun in downtown Rochester for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Crowds of onlookers were in the area early this morning, hoping to get a glimpse of the action. The city of Rochester has closed several streets in the ar  «Full Post»
Apr 29th 2013 8:13 pm by Local News

"You see a lot of different things and certainly you see a little bit of everything," said Lt. Patrick Marapese. There are some days a firefighter never forgets. "You never know it all, you never seen it all. You never know what each day is going  «Full Post»
Apr 28th 2013 3:25 am by Local News

DARIEN- The Buffalo restaurant credited with inventing chicken wings is dropping anchor at a western New York amusement park. A new Anchor Bar restaurant will open this spring at the Darien Lake Amusement Park, in Genesee County midway between Roc  «Full Post»
Apr 27th 2013 3:59 am by Local News

New York City police cars and taxi cabs are now in a parking lot by the Public Safety Building downtown, ready to be raced down Main Street during the 10-day shoot for The Amazing Spider-Man 2. The production, which will start shooting on Tuesday,  «Full Post»
Apr 19th 2013 3:07 pm by Local News

Twenty Rochester-area women are facing prostitution charges following a detail on Lyell Avenue and other west side locations on Wednesday, Rochester police announced Friday morning. "The arrests were scattered on the west side of the city, eight w  «Full Post»
Apr 18th 2013 3:16 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. - The local chapter of the Red Cross is deploying two client casework volunteers to Boston Thursday to assist with the aftermath of the marathon bombing. Bonnie Nolen, of Rush, and Dave Warren, of Irondequoit, will leave Thursday  «Full Post»
Apr 18th 2013 2:45 pm by Local News

Cal Ripken Jr. knew he was in for a special night back on April 18, 1981, when Pawtucket's Sam Bowen smashed a fly ball in extra innings that everyone assumed would end the game. "It's a bomb way over my head, and I don't even bother turning aroun  «Full Post»
Apr 10th 2013 5:30 pm by Local News

Rochester, N.Y. � Two Rochester Gas & Electric workers rescued a man from a fire on Weyl St. Wednesday afternoon. Harold Mathis heard a loud noise and saw smoke just before 1 p.m. He tried to walk out of his second-floor apartment front door, bu  «Full Post»
Apr 7th 2013 3:33 am by Local News

Two women's specialty apparel stores are coming to The Mall at Greece Ridge. Chico's and Loft will be joining the new restaurants and renovations in the redeveloped area of the mall. The mall's marketing director says shoppers specifically reques  «Full Post»
Apr 7th 2013 3:28 am by Local News

Before the opening performance of The Whipping Man Saturday night, Geva announced the recipient of the 2013 Essie Calhoun Diversity in the Arts Award. The School of the Arts won the award this year as the only arts-based middle and secondary school  «Full Post»
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