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...
The Beat 1055 New Incentive Program for High School Students
WLGZ-FM The Beat 1055 will be at University Prep Charter School for Young Men (UPREP) this week to premiere...
Original Play to Preview at Avenue Blackbox Theatre on Joseph Ave.
Source: Avenue Blackbox Eventbrite The Avenue Blackbox Theatre closes its successful inaugural season with its most ambitious production to...
Vigil planned for girl who drowned at Henrietta hotel
The 8-year-old girl who drowned at a Henrietta hotel last month will be remembered at a vigil in Rochester Friday night. Jamielath Kabba was swimming with her family at the Residence Inn on Jefferson Road on March 23 when she was found at the bottom of the pool. A man... Read more
RPD honors Do the Right Thing Award recipients
News10NBC has been introducing you to different students in Monroe County and on Thursday they were honored with a Do the Right Thing Award from the Rochester Police Department. The ceremony was held at the Public Safety Building to honor the recipients who have done outstanding things in our community.... Read more
Newly-appointed RPD chief discusses community-minded approach to policing
Come July 1, Rochester will have a new police chief. Once Deputy Chief La’Ron Singletary is confirmed by City Council, he will take over as the city’s top cop. Following Tuesday’s annoucement, Singletary talked about his approach using the phrase “community policing.” News10NBC wanted to know more about this... Read more
Entrepreneurs from Local Colleges Advance in New York Business Plan Competition
Wednesday, 27 teams of entrepreneurs competed in semi-finals for the New York Business Plan Competition, including seven teams from local colleges. Each team was given ten minutes to present their business plans, which was followed by five minutes of questions from judges. Business plans were placed into categories, like energy and... Read more
2019 Rochester Black Men Achieve Award nominees revealed
The 2019 nominees of the Rochester Black Men Achieve Awards were revealed Tuesday. One of them — Rochester’s newly-named Police Chief La’Ron Singletary — is nominated for Distinguished Public Servant of the Year. There are more than 100 nominees. The nominees received a certificate of recognition. Many of them were handed... Read more
Honor Roll: “Prevention First” Poster Winner
Today’s spotlight shining on this Rochester student who got a lift to school on a fire truck. Fiston Heca was this year’s winner of the “Prevention First” fire safety poster contest. Fiston’s art teacher, Amy Graham, encourages her students to participate in the contest each year after her own... Read more
Mayor appoints La’Ron Singletary next Rochester police chief
Mayor Lovely Warren announced her appointment of La’Ron Singletary on Tuesday as Rochester’s next police chief. At 38 years old, Singletary will become one of, if not the youngest chiefs to ever lead the Rochester Police Department. He is expected to officially take office July 1, assuming City Council confirmation. Until then,... Read more
Greece Police Department honored for foiling alleged plot plot against Muslim community
High honors were given for the Greece Police Department on Sunday. This comes after the department’s hard work in busting a suspected terror plot. Police Chief Patrick Phelan and the department received recognition from the United Christian Leadership Ministry, Inc. The ceremony was held at the Pentecostal Miracle Deliverance... Read more
St. John Fisher students raise $20,000 for suicide prevention and education
Hundreds of students are on a rescue mission to save lives. Nearly 400 students hit the pavement on Sunday at Saint John Fisher College for the “Out of the Darkness” campus walk against suicide. Advertisement – Content Continues Below The walk raised more than $20,000 for suicide education and... Read more
Friendly’s Employees “Disrespected” by Abrupt Closures
Friendly’s Restaurants across the Rochester area and Western New York are closing. Amanda Douglas, who was an employee at the Friendly’s on West Ridge Road for 17 years, says she had no notice of the restaurant’s plan to close. She got a call from her manager the night before,... Read more