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...
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...
Seeing double on the ballot; Voting officials concerned over confusion
The buzz at the Monroe County Board of Elections is that November 6th will see an uptick in voter turn out. But, there is concern about two columns on the ballot, and the confusion that may result. You could see double on the ballot, and it might seem like you’re... Read more
Leticia Astacio re-opens law office after being removed as judge
Leticia Astacio has re-opened her law office after being removed as a judge. In a Facebook post, Astacio says, “Without further ado, the law office of Leticia D. Astacio is open and ready to provide the zealous representation you’ve been without. Specializing in criminal representation in Town, State and... Read more
City officials moving proposed performing arts center from Parcel 5 to riverside
A proposed performing arts center will no longer be built on Parcel 5 —  the vacant lot at East Avenue and Main Street. Now, city officials say the project is being moved to along the Genesee River.New plans announced Tuesday by city officials will put the project on the... Read more
Record-breaking needles recovered second week in a row
For the second week in a row, volunteers recovered a record-setting number of needles in the City of Rochester. Hope Dealers Be The Change which led the cleanup, tells News10NBC the needles are recovered from the North Clinton neighborhoods labeled “ground zero” for the epidemic. Advertisement – Content Continues... Read more
Big Bang Theory star makes stop at Rochester restaurant
Those at the Red Fern on Saturday got a nice surprise. Big Bang Theory star Mayim Bialik stopped by the restaurant on Oxford Street for dinner. Bialik is know for her role as Amy Fowler. According to the Red Fern’s Facebook page Bialik was in Rochester speaking at RIT’s... Read more
Anti-bullying event held in Rochester
Dozens of people came out Saturday afternoon to Skate Luvers Roller Palace in Rochester, but it wasn’t to do some roller skating. An event was held to raise awareness of bullying among young people, and to get the community involved in finding ways to stop the bullying. The event... Read more
“Coptoberfest” raises money for Camp Good Days and Special Times
You’ve heard of Oktoberfest, but what about “Coptoberfest?” That was the name of the event held Saturday night at the Dutch Mill Restaurant on Dewey Avenue. The first annual “Coptoberfest” was hosted by the Thin Blue Line Rochester Chapter. A number of law enforcement groups and first responders showed... Read more
RCSD Superintendent Retiring After Two Years With District
The Rochester City School District superintendent has announced her plans to retire after a board meeting Thursday night. Barbara Deane-Williams will retire effective January 31, 2019 — she didn’t comment on her reasoning behind the decision. #BREAKING: @RCSDNYS Superintendent Barbara Deane-Williams announces she’ll retire effective January 31, 2019. More... Read more
Time to “Uncork Their Potential”
The Boys & Girls Clubs of Rochester will host their annual wine tasting “Uncork Their Potential” Thursday, October 25 from 6:00 to 9:00 at the Country Club of Rochester. Executive Director Dwayne Mahoney and Club member Tamyah Simon discussed the event and what makes the Club so special Friday... Read more
Rochester Ranked One of the Worst Cities for People with Disabilities
WalletHub has deemed Rochester among the nation’s worst cities for people living with disabilities. According to website’s survey, Rochester is number 96 of 182, claiming that the city has very few family doctors and general practitioners compared to other cities. Tom Turner of Victor, who has spina bifida, disagrees.... Read more