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RPO requiring attendees 5 and older to show proof of vaccination

RPO requiring attendees 5 and older to show proof of vaccination


Fairport Board of Education discusses masks during special workshop meeting

RFD, RPD crews prevent damage or injuries during Bausch & Lomb hazmat situation

RIT holds 40th Expressions of King's Legacy event

Bello says county at-home COVID-19 test kit initiative slowed by several factors

Monroe County Executive Adam Bello Thursday said the county ordered 1 million at-home COVID-19 test kits, but competition is making the process of getting them a little slower.


Criminal complaint reveals details of assault in SUNY Brockport dorm room

Investigators believe an argument over money is what led to the fight between a female SUNY Brockport student and a man she invited to her dorm room Monday night.


City, county create local minority women-owned business certification program

A new program aimed at providing more economic opportunities for minorities and women was announced Thursday by Monroe County and the City of Rochester.


Strong Museum of Play reveals expanded Woodbury School

The Strong Museum of Play Thursday unveiled its expanded Woodbury School for preschool and pre-K students.


RCSD adopting Test to Stay

The Rochester City School District will start offering Test to Stay for its students who are not fully vaccinated and exposed to COVID-19 at school on Monday, Jan. 31.


RG&E making emergency repairs; power to go out in parts of Brighton

Part of Brighton to lose power


Brighton PD: Elderly woman hit and killed while walking dog

Brighton Police believe it was a "tragic accident".


First look: Damage from mailbox explosion

News10NBC has obtained images of the mailboxes damaged Wednesday by what police believe was some sort of explosive device. 


Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra receives grant to help recover from pandemic

The RPO will get $150,000 from the National Endowment of the Arts (NEA) as part of the American Rescue Plan.


Rochester Police recover "ghost gun" in traffic stop

Rochester Police say they recovered a so-called "ghost gun" after a traffic stop Wednesday night.


Monroe County Jail visits to resume starting Monday

The Monroe County Jail will begin welcoming in-person visitations again, starting on January 31.


U of R requiring surgical, N-95 or KN-95 masks on campus this semester

University of Rochester students start coming back to campus on Thursday.


RCSD superintendent attends executive budget hearing

A series of hearings on the upcoming executive budget continued Wednesday and the Rochester City School District had a seat at the table.


CrimeStoppers holding fundraising Valentine's Day raffle

CrimeStoppers has put together a fundraising raffle for Valentine's Day.


Town of Perinton asking for cash donations after outpouring of item donations

After news broke Tuesday about a devastating fire that displaced nearly 70 people, the community stepped up to show their support.


Town of Greece awarded skate park funding

The Town of Greece was awarded a grant to move forward with its skate park.


Urban League opens Roc Women's Business Center

The Urban League of Rochester opened up its women's business center Wednesday, the first in the greater Rochester community.


Greece hit & run Good Samaritans: 'They literally saved her life'

The mother and fiancée of the woman hurt in the unsolved hit and run Sunday night on Ridgeway Avenue in Greece say a young couple driving by moments after it happened saved a life.


SUNY Brockport student strangled, nearly suffocated with pillow in dorm, University Police say

A SUNY Brockport student was attacked in her dorm room on Monday.


Man convicted in 2019 Rochester murder

A Monroe County Jury has convicted a Rochester man in a 2019 murder.