Robert Bell, Rochester D and C

Robert Bell

Rochester D and C

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Oscar winning movie 'CODA' has strong ties to RIT

"That movie was one of a kind in my experience with CODAs." → Read More

Community shaken following alleged rape at corner store. What we know now

"When it comes down to it, we're talking about a child that lost their innocence." → Read More

This Ukrainian artform is meant to fight evil. So what exactly is pysanky?

Pysanky are decorative Ukrainian eggs, similar to Easter eggs. The art of constructing pysanky goes back generations, rooted in folklore and legend. → Read More

Rochester man sues city, RPD officers after wrongful conviction

Anthony Miller lost six years in prison after being wrongfully convicted of armed robbery in 2013. → Read More

New HBO documentary on Frederick Douglass features work of Rochester artist

The HBO documentary 'Frederick Douglass: In Five Speeches' premieres Wednesday, Feb. 23. → Read More

'Country club for gaming' is coming to former Xerox Tower in Rochester

"It's not just about gaming. It's about the social atmosphere and connecting with people." → Read More

The Canadian vaccine mandate protests have come to Buffalo: A hundred gather near the border

Demonstrators said they're opposed to vaccine mandates that have upended the lives of families who live on both sides of the border. → Read More

Mobile sports betting has arrived in New York. Here are tips to help you gamble responsibly

According to addictions.com, 80% of American citizens gamble annually, and that out of every 100 US gamblers, 3 to 5 suffer sports betting addiction. → Read More

Finger Lakes region named one of the top travel destinations for 2022

Here's why the Finger Lakes region was selected as one of the best places to travel in 2022. → Read More

'He was my legacy.' Father of teen shot and killed in Rochester speaks out

Julius Greer sent his son to the Gold More Mini Market in Rochester to get noodles for dinner. The 14-year-old never returned. → Read More

Rochester ranked one of the best places to live during the winter. Here's why

Love it or hate it, in winter, Rochester is the place to be. → Read More

'Big Brothers' see school halls, basketball courts as front lines of violence prevention

"Relationships — understanding why people do certain things, and addressing those causes is how we reduce crime and violence." → Read More

Can memories of Clarissa Street's golden age of Black business inspire a resurgence?

"We have to figure this out, and everyone has a part in it. We go together or we die alone." → Read More

Pedestrian dies after being struck by Monroe County deputy's patrol car

The name of the the deputy and the victim won't be released for another 24 hours. → Read More

5-year-old Rochester author gets NY state award for book endorsed by 'Fresh Prince' star

The book received attention from Fresh Prince of Bel-Air actress Tatyana Ali. → Read More

Genesee Brewery keg tree ranks as one of best 'weird and wonderful' Christmas trees in US

Here's what other 'weird and wonderful' Christmas trees made the list. → Read More

Shopping at Wegmans or Tops today? New mask mandate goes in effect

"We are focused on complying with these mandates while keeping the health and safety of our employees and customers a top priority." → Read More

Rochester ranked one of the best places to buy a home in NY. Here's why

Here's why Rochester ranks among the best places to buy a home in New York. → Read More

Rochester records 76th homicide of 2021 Friday after three shootings in one hour

A 23-year-old man died in Rochester General, while a 31-year-old man is expected to survive. → Read More

Hunter fatally shot during Thanksgiving Day outing in the Finger Lakes

The Ontario County Sheriff's Office responded to a hunting incident on Cross Road in the Town of Phelps shortly after 11 a.m. → Read More