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...
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
Rochester City School Board commissioner says former superintendent Deane-Williams should be ‘criminally prosecuted’
Thursday night, at the Rochester City School Board meeting, where the board voted to approve cutting more than 100 teachers, Commissioner Beatriz Lebron said former superintendent Barbara Deane-Williams should be “criminally prosecuted.” News10NBC used public websites to find two addresses where her name is registered. One address is more... Read more
Rochester couple turns old instruments into new life for local music students
A Rochester couple is giving new life to old instruments and a new shot at music for young students. Box after box, note after note, Charlie and Dorothy Hale see each instrument as a new adventure. In their living room, which has a collection to rival most music shops, this... Read more
Where you can watch Bills vs. Patriots since it’s only on NFL Network
The Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots square off Saturday in of the the Bills’ most anticipated games of the past two decades. The only problem is, it’s only available on NFL Network, which isn’t included in most basic TV packages. That said, there’s still places where you can... Read more
Teacher’s Union considering stopping collaboration with the school district
The Rochester City School District’s vote to reduce staff could hurt the relationship between the teacher’s union and the school district according to the president of the Rochester Teachers Association. Adam Urbanski, president of the Rochester Teachers Association, says teachers have been notified of whether or not the union... Read more
Melodie Baker withdraws from New York’s 27th Congressional District race
One of the democratic candidates running for Chirs Collins’ empty U.S. House of Representatives seat has withdrawn from the race. Health Care Policy Expert Melodie Baker is withdrawing from the race for New York’s 27th Congressional District, which has been unrepresented since Chris Collins resigned in September. Baker said... Read more
City leaders thank good Samaritans who helped Officer Denny Wright during attack
Grateful city leaders offered thanks Tuesday night to three good Samaritans who got involved in a violent confrontation in which Rochester policeman Denny Wright was stabbed and severely wounded, saying their involvement likely saved his life. “You saw someone in need,” Mayor Lovely Warren said as the three appeared... Read more
RCSD superintendent says it ‘seems unlikely’ RTA concessions will be considered in time for layoff vote
It was another packed room at the Rochester School Board meeting Tuesday night. Parents, teachers and students spoke up ahead of Thursday’s planned vote on the layoffs that include 152 teacher positions. Rochester City School Superintendent Terry Dade proposed the layoffs as an attempt to help close the district’s... Read more