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Rochester remembers Pennsylvania Avenue mass shooting victims after Sunday's quadruple shooting

Rochester remembers Pennsylvania Avenue mass shooting victims after Sunday's quadruple shooting

The Mary Cariola Center's “Walking on Sunshine” fundraiser at Veterans Memorial Park in Penfield, Sept. 19, 2021.

Mary Cariola's 'Walking on Sunshine' fundraiser nets $145K

Witness to quadruple shooting on Driving Park Avenue speaks out

Presumptive mayor-elect Malik Evans on quadruple shooting on Driving Park Avenue

Ribbon-cutting held for Elevate585 Sports Performance Training Facility

The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce and member, Elevate585 held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Saturday to celebrate the company's grand opening of their new location.

RPD: 2 dead, 2 injured in shooting on Driving Park Avenue

Two people are dead and two others are injured after a shooting on Driving Park Avenue early Sunday morning. 

Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance celebrates 50 years of service

Pittsford Volunteer Ambulance Saturday marked its 50th anniversary with a celebration and recollections of a service borne of necessity back in 1971.

Rochester holds marijuana record expungement clinic Saturday

Dozens of people set out Parcel 5, for a marijuana record expungement clinic Saturday afternoon.

RPD: 23-year-old man shot on Seneca Parkway

A 23-year-old man is recovering in the hospital after being shot on Seneca Parkway near Raines Park. 

Rochester man stabbed on city's north side

A Rochester man was rushed to the hospital after being stabbed on the city's north side late Friday night. 

RPD investigating vandalized Daniel Prude mural as hate crime

The Rochester Police Department is investigating the vandalism of the Daniel Prude mural on 52 Child St. as a hate crime.

Foodlink celebrates major expansion

With Friday officially being Hunger Action Day, elected officials celebrated a major achievement by Foodlink, a Rochester-based nonprofit dedicated to ending food insecurity across a 10-county region.

Monroe County to mark Sheriff's Week

Next week is Sheriffs' Week across Monroe County.

City Council President pushing PAB to make hires and start investigating complaints

The Police Accountability Board (PAB) wants its independence, but Rochester City Council says the PAB is independent of the police department but it still has to answer to the City Council.

St. John Fisher College holds 2020 commencement Saturday

St. John Fisher College celebrated the class of 2020 on Saturday.

Man shot and killed in apartment off Lake Avenue identified

Rochester Police Major Crimes detectives are working the city's latest homicide Thursday morning.

Coronavirus in Monroe County: 168 new cases reported

According to the Monroe County Health Department, more than 74,300 people in the county have tested positive for COVID-19.

Police: 17-year-old charged with murder in June double shooting on Genesee Street

Rochester Police Friday announced they made an arrest in a June homicide that happened on Genesee Street.

Update: Complaint filed against 3 RCSD staff including Supt. Myers-Small

Here is an update to News10NBC's original report on harassment allegations against Rochester City School District Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small.

Advocates pushing for Trevyon Rowe Child and Young Teen Mental Health Community Safety Act

Advocates are pushing for legislation aimed at addressing what they say is a lack of mental and behavioral health services and support for children in the Rochester Community.

Wegmans to reopen Amore restaurant

Wegmans is reopening its Amore restaurant, which has been closed during the pandemic.

Pet of the Week: Duke and Pepper

Duke and his sister Pepper were brought to Lollypop Farm when their owner moved and could not take them along.

SpaceX crews posts first photos from orbit

The civilian crew on a SpaceX rocket has posted their first photos from space!

Rochester's Washington Grove inducted into Old Growth Forest Network

A piece of untouched land in Rochester was formally inducted into the Old Growth Forest Network Thursday.

RCSD superintendent accused of harassing employee, school board president confirms

Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small has been accused of harassment by a Rochester City School District employee, School Board President Van White confirms.