Hair Salon Offering Free Hair Styles on 4th Sundays
The Blow Dry Lounge (BDL) inside the Mall at Greece Ridge Mall is partnering with Building Better Foundations mentorship...
BLOG: Let’s Talk About Cannabis on Tuesday, October 15
Blog: Submitted by Mary Kruger, ROC NORML Communities and Cannabis is a series of events hosted by Roc NORML...
Best Happy Hour And Networking Experience In Rochester
POWER HOUR is a new way of networking! This mid-week happy hour event is for local movers and shakers...
Leticia Astacio expected to be released from jail Friday
Former Rochester City Court judge Leticia Astacio is expected to be released from jail on Friday. This, according to the chief deputy at the Livingston County Jail. In November, she was sentenced to serve 180 days in jail for violating her probation. Astacio admitted to not showing up to... Read more
State Comptroller says more RCSD cuts needed… District says not so fast
First it was a budget crisis of $30 million for the Rochester City School District. Now the State Comptroller’s Office in Albany is recommending more cutbacks and forecasting a gap of $40.5 million. But Superintendent Terry Dade says those suggestions were made based off of a November 12 report.... Read more
Rochester observes Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service
Some people may view the Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday as a day off from work, and a chance to get some extra rest. Others see the day we recognize the Civil Rights Leader as a day of giving back to the community, and what is also referred... Read more
Tremaine Edmunds named to Pro Bowl
Tre White will have a friend to fly to Orlando with later this month. Tremaine Edmunds was named to the 2020 Pro Bowl as a replacement for Dont’a Hightower. The second-year linebacker led the Bills with 115 tackles. Buffalo Bills PR ✔ @BuffaloBillsPR Tremaine Edmunds has been named to... Read more
Local police expect Women March in Seneca Falls to impact traffic
The Town of Seneca Falls is expecting thousands of people this weekend for the 4th Annual “Women March in Seneca Falls” event. It’s the closest Sister March of the Women’s March to Rochester, and as many as 15,000 people have attended the march in past years. The march will... Read more
City Council announces Police Accountability Board members
Rochester City Council announced the members of the newly formed Police Accountability Board Wednesday. The nine people are: Dr. Robert Harrisson III Ida Perez Rabbi Drorah Setel Rev. Matthew Nickoloff Jonathon Dollhopf Miquel Powell Shani Wilson Dr. Celia McIntosh Rev. Dr. Rickey B Harvey The board’s nine members will... Read more
Holley community rallies together to help families who lost everything in house fire
People in the village of Holley are coming together to help those who lost everything in a house fire on Sunday. Firefighters said the fire started in one of the four apartments inside the house and spread quickly. Eleven people were living in the house and all of them... Read more
Winterfest postponed due to poor weather
Sunday’s Winterfest at Mendon Ponds Park has been postponed due to the threat of dangerous weather and high winds. The Monroe County Parks Department said on Saturday that the new date and time for the event will be announced in the “near future.” The Winterfest, originally scheduled for Jan.... Read more
Local National Guard members leave for Middle East
he New York National Guard mobilized 650 soldiers for a long-planned deployment on Saturday, including 80 from the Rochester region. Family members and other loved ones took part in the farewell event hosted by the New York National Guard’s 42nd Infantry Division Headquarters. The mission to the U.S. Central... Read more
RCSD teacher displaced three times: ‘I wanted to just quit’
Staff and students were back in the classroom on Monday for the first time since job cuts were made in the Rochester City School District. Those layoffs include teachers, paraprofessionals, and other staff. The number of teachers that were let go has dropped to 95, according to the Rochester... Read more