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RBTL eyes January return for new season

The Rochester Broadway Theatre League is planning to bring touring Broadway shows back to the Auditorium Theatre stage in Rochester beginning in January 2021. → Read More

Scavenger Hunt for Scouts

The Boy Scouts of America Seneca Waterways Council is hosting a virtual scavenger hunt on June 13-20. → Read More

Herogard founded for COVID-19 protection

Rochester-based Herogard was founded to address a shortage of personal protective equipment or PPE during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Cobblestone Arts Center virtual fundraiser

The Cobblestone Arts Center in Farmington is taking its spring fundraiser online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

Race to treat and prevent COVID-19

Two months into the pandemic health care professionals are still working to identify treatments and preventative measures for COVID-19. → Read More

Summer jobs for Rochester youth

Rochester Works! plans to operate its Summer Youth Employment Program this summer. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Gov. Cuomo’s daily COVID-19 briefing from Watertown at 11:30 a.m.

Gov. Cuomo proposed the Americans First law on Tuesday which would mean no federal funding for companies that won’t retain the same number of employees as before the pandemic. → Read More

Mendoza to give update regarding race disparities during coronavirus outbreak

Currently, there are 627 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the county and 34 deaths. → Read More

1st COVID-19 death reported in Livingston County

“Livingston County is reporting its first COVID-19-related death. We are sending our deepest condolences to family and friends. Our hearts are with you.” → Read More

Can I get my car fixed? Yes you can

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the auto industry, but customers can still get necessary repair work performed on their vehicles. → Read More

Doctor Harp weighs in on use of hydroxychloroquine for COVID-19

Dr. Jeff Harp of Highland Family Medicine joined us Thursday morning on News 8 at Sunrise. → Read More

Elevate Rochester promotes business ethics

Elevate Rochester promotes a culture of business ethics and celebrates ethical businesses in the region. → Read More

Improve your credit score and achieve financial stability

CPA Ryan Lane discussed ways to achieve financial stability and improve your credit score Monday during News 8 at Sunrise. → Read More

Ontario County to address public after declaring state emergency

Officials with Ontario County are holding a press conference on Monday, after declaring a state of emergency on Saturday. → Read More

Doctor prescribes plan for students while schools are closed

Dr. Colleen Fogarty, the Department Chair for the University of Rochester Department of Family Medicine, discussed the latest information on the spread of COVID-19 Monday during News 8 at Sunrise. → Read More

Three steps to protect your identity during tax season

CPA Jamie Block of the New York State Society of CPAs said Monday there are three steps everyone can take to protect their identity during tax season. → Read More

Go under the Big Top with Serenity House

Serenity House, a comfort care home in Victor, will hold its annual fundraiser on Saturday, March 7 at 6:00 p.m. at Locust Hill Country Club. → Read More

Gigi’s Playhouse rolls out the red carpet

GiGi's Playhouse Rochester will host its "Red Carpet Affair" on March 14 at the Floreano Riverside Convention Center in Rochester. → Read More

Man sent to hospital after Brighton crash

One man was sent to the hospital on Monday after a crash on Brooklawn Drive. → Read More

The RGMC brings ‘Mardi Gras’ to Rochester

Before New Orleans gets to officially celebrate Mardi Gras this year, the Rochester Gay Men's Chorus will present "Mardi Gras" at the Memorial Art Gallery on Friday, February 22 from 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. → Read More