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06/22/2021 07:48 PM
Monroe County Tuesday announced community-based vaccine clinics for the week of June 22 to June 27.
News10NBC is providing this guide for you to see what's on, what's off, and what still is being determined.
With many COVID-19 restrictions lifted, towns and villages are announcing their plans for the Fourth of July.
Board of Elections (BOE) officials say Tuesday's Primary Elections are looking a lot more like what they'd call "normal" than last time, taking place without many of the COVID-19 concerns.
A "Singer Hearing" was held Tuesday to determine if there is enough evidence to justify James "Jim" Karuseneck's arrest and determine if a criminal case will proceed nearly 40 years after the homicide.
Power is still out for hundreds of customers across the area. According to RG&E, NYSEG, and National Grid, restoration times are all over the place.
Low pay and the shortage of workers have significantly affected the health care field, especially coming off the heels of a pandemic.
The Cristal Palace Spiegeltent, a rare “mirror tent” from Belgium, is returning to the KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival this year.
Concerts are back in Rochester.
Following yesterday's severe storms, a much cooler and less humid air mass has moved in for today.