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...
Wegmans will ditch plastic bags by Jan. 27
The statewide ban on single-use plastic bags begins on March 1, but if you shop at Wegmans, you need to start using those reusable bags early. That’s because Wegmans plans to ditch plastic bags by the end of this month. News10NBC talked to shoppers at the Wegmans located at... Read more
Bills fall to Texans in overtime thriller
Deshaun Watson threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score in regulation and then led the winning drive in overtime as the Texans added another comeback to Houston playoff history by rallying from a double-digit second-half deficit for a 22-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills in the first... Read more
Sheppard announces run for NYS Assembly seat
Rochester School Board Commissioner Natalie Sheppard is running for the New York State Assembly. Sheppard made the announcement Thursday in a social media post. #NOSEPARATION was my previous campaign’s slogan. After serving in an elected position, I have experienced how harmful… Posted by Natalie Sheppard for NYS Assembly –... Read more
5 players (other than Josh Allen) who are keys to success for Bills against Houston
Because he’s the quarterback, Josh Allen will naturally be the most important player who will take the field at NRG Stadium for the Buffalo Bills Saturday afternoon in the AFC wild-card playoff showdown against the Houston Texans. Fair or not, Allen’s performance will likely be the biggest determining factor... Read more
Two new RCSD board members sworn in
The Rochester City School District swore in two new board members at its meeting on Thursday night. Amy Maloy and Ricardo Adams joined RCSD’s board after 105 teacher layoffs became official on Wednesday. The layoffs are an attempt to close a more than $60 million budget gap. They both... Read more
Rochestarians celebrate New Year’s Eve at ROC Holiday Village
Rochesterians are celebrating the New Year at the ROC Holiday Village. The celebration is from 5 p.m. on New Year’s Eve to 1 a.m. on New Year’s Day. People can head to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park at Manhattan Square free ice skating, a bar, a pop-up... Read more
Seneca Park Zoo hosts ‘Noon Year’s Eve’ celebration
Kids had a chance to celebrate the New Year without sacrificing their bedtimes in Rochester Tuesday. The Seneca Park Zoo hosted a “Noon Year’s Eve” celebrations. At the zoo, guests enjoyed a countdown, ball drop and apple juice toast at the lion habitat at noon. There was even a... Read more
Starbucks giving away free drinks at pop-up parties
Starbucks is offering customers free tall espresso beverages for the last five days of 2019. Now through Dec. 31, Starbucks is hosting what it calls “pop-up parties” at more than 200 stores daily from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. Advertisement Customers who visit a participating store will receive a... Read more
Wesley Gardens evacuated, what’s next?
The fallout from a major water problem at a local nursing home continues. Over the last few days all of the residents at Wesley Gardens Nursing Home which is located on Upton Park in Rochester, have been evacuated to other local nursing and rehabilitation facilities. Advertisement “This is the... Read more
Late game heroics fall short, Bills lose to Patriots 24-17
The Buffalo Bills and the New England Patriots squared off Saturday at Gillette Stadium with postseason positioning on the line. The first time in a generation, the Bills have a chance to win the AFC East, but they’ll need a win against New England Saturday, and some additional help... Read more