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MCC aims to hold 30% of fall classes face-to-face

Monroe Community College officials are giving more information about what students can expect this fall. Officials said they’re waiting for their plans to approved by SUNY. → Read More

3 new COVID-19 deaths in Monroe County, 31 new confirmed cases, 82 hospitalized

Latest local coronavirus numbers announced Friday. → Read More

Graduation ceremony held for pre-k students moving to kindergarten

Each family drove through the VOA’s parking lot to pick up a cap and the diploma. Parents were also able to stop for a photo op with their child. → Read More

RPD Union President: Slashing budget by half ‘not a possibility’

Rochester City Council will vote on it’s revised 2020-21 budget on Tuesday night. → Read More

Businesses looted Saturday night: ‘It’s time to rebuild’

Sunday was cleanup day- after peaceful protesting turned to looting on Saturday night. → Read More

152 COVID-19 deaths, 1,818 confirmed cases in Monroe County, more than 1,000 have recovered

Latest local COVID-19 numbers announced Monday. → Read More

NYS colleges receiving $900 million in federal funding, half goes to students in need

Colleges and universities across New York State are receiving a total of $900 million from the federal CARES Act. → Read More

‘Reopen Rochester’ protest underway outside Pittsford Wegmans

Gov. Cuomo cautioned that the Centers for Disease Control has said that coronavirus hospitalizations must decline for 14 days before reopening. → Read More

Test, trace, isolate the three keys to opening economy back up, Cuomo says

ALBANY, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — During his daily coronavirus briefing on Wednesday, Governor Andrew Cuomo said the three keys to opening up the economy is testing, tracing, and isolating people. Cuomo says if people test positive for coronavirus, there needs to be a “tracing army,” as he calls it, tracing all the contacts of that positive […] → Read More

Local churches holding drive-in services, virtual communion on Easter Sunday

People won’t be able to go to church for Easter this weekend due to COVID-19, but some local churches are getting creative. → Read More

Sen. Romney ordered to self-quarantine

He urges members to pass a relief package as quickly as possible that provides assistance for families, workers, and small businesses.” → Read More

Local religious leaders support bail reform: ‘Good news for the poor’

Local religious leaders are calling on Albany to leave bail reform alone. → Read More

Cases of flu are down across New York State

The New York State Health Department says that the number of flu cases in New York are going down. → Read More

Female drivers at risk due to crash test bias

Car manufacturing companies use crash test dummies to make sure cars meet the safety standards but the standard dummy used in tests is the size of an average man. → Read More

Makes scents: Ontario County leaders addressing landfill smell concerns

Some people living in Ontario County have been reporting a strange odor coming from the landfill there over the past couple of years. → Read More

Lawmakers announce plans to address poverty in Monroe County

One in four people in Monroe County's suburban towns is living in poverty, and a majority of Rochester's school children live below the poverty line → Read More

Open enrollment deadline extended for NY healthcare

New Yorkers have a little extra time to get health insurance through the state for 2020. → Read More

Homeless census: Rochester group working to make sure everyone is counted

The census happens every 10 years and generally counts people by homes, so people who are homeless or in shelters may get skipped over. → Read More

Rochester man sentenced for drug trafficking

37-year-old Carlos Cruz-Garcia was convicted of conspiring to distribute cocaine and possession of a firearm. → Read More

Holley community rallies together to help families who lost everything in house fire

People in the village of Holley are coming together to help those who lost everything in a house fire on Sunday. → Read More