Albany State lawmakers have reached a framework agreement for the 2015-16 state budget, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie announced Sunday evening. 03/29/2015 09:56 PM
A ceremony today in Henrietta honors a Rochester native who was killed during the war in Afghanistan.
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The Thruway Authority has started work on an aging Thruway overpass in Genesee County.
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Tigers Fall Short of Frozen Four Bid To Nebraska-Omaha
Henrietta
RIT fell to Nebraska-Omaha 4-0. UNO is the last team to advance to the Frozen Four. 03/29/2015 11:16 PM
City Offers Extended Hours at Select R-Centers During Spring Recess
Rochester
With schools in the area closed this week for spring recess, the City of Rochester has extended hours at select R-Centers. 05:07 AM
Study: Exercise Leads to Decreased Chance of Cancer in Men
Nationwide
A new study released last week shows that men in their midlife years who exercise have a decreased chance at getting lung and colorectal cancer. 05:39 AM
Fiery Explosion Leaves Tenants Shaken, Business Owners Heartbroken
East Rochester
Two people are in the hospital with severe burns, families are displaced and a long-time local business is gone. It’s all because of an early morning explosion and fire in East Rochester. Time Warner Cable News reporter Breanna Fuss has been following the story, and has the latest. 03/29/2015 03:08 PM
Tony Award Nomination Possible For Greece Teacher
Greece
For the first time, the Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards have teamed with Carnegie Mellon University to present the Excellence in Theater Education Award. A Rochester educator could be a finalist for it. Her students said she not only taught them about performing arts, but critical life lessons. 03/29/2015 07:47 PM
VFW Post: All Veterans Welcome at Parade
Perinton
Organizers of the Memorial Day parade in Fairport said at no point were certain veterans ever going to be excluded from the event. 03/28/2015 08:42 PM
RIT Hosts Viewing Party For Frozen Four Push
Henrietta
RIT Tiger fans in Rochester were hoping for another win on Sunday night. Students and alumni packed the Polisseni Center for another watch party. 03/29/2015 09:14 PM
Gliding Stars Event Held At Webster Ice Arena
Webster
Those with disabilities got a chance to be gliding stars on Sunday. The Gliding Stars organization taught ice skating skills to increase the potential of individuals who participated. 03/29/2015 07:10 PM
Easter Candy "Peep Show" Held For Charity
East Rochester
Some local families had wholesome fun on Sunday afternoon by taking in a peep show that was held in Webster. By 'peep show,' naturally we mean a show featuring the popular Easter candy. 03/29/2015 04:25 PM
DWI Arrest Following Massive Power Outage
Rochester
Greece Police said a 24-year-old man was arrested after his car hit a utility pole on Manitou Road around 5 a.m. causing a massive power outage in Monroe County where 31,400 RG&E customers were affected. Updated 03/28/2015 11:30 AM

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