Growing traffic and tight parking spaces have frustrated shoppers and neighbors for too long at Wegmans East Ave location. The grocer says it will consider changing Probert Street to ease congestion.
Martin Schlegel, 73, a retired Irondequoit police officer, has been charged with endangering the welfare of children. He pleaded not guilty on Monday in court.
Penfield wants to make town-owned land free of smoke and it's asking residents to weigh in.
Numerous accidents and close-calls along Mt. Hope have caused local residents to rally against speeding. More than 100 neighbors have signed a petition asking the city to ticket offenders.
What should be done with failing schools? A model called receivership gives them over to outside organizations for turnaround-- but is it the best policy? If Governor Cuomo's budget passes, it could be a real possibility for New York and Rochester.
The College Town development along Mt. Hope is entering its final phase of construction and welcoming two new businesses this week-- a coffee shop and grocery store.
Corinna Ognibene says Joseph Lamica interviewed to be a babysitter for her autistic son. Now she's relieved she didn't hire him.
John Valerio has been accused of ripping off dozens of prospective renters and home-buyers across Monroe County. Police say he found them on Craigslist and never gave what he promised.
For the first time, one of the three boys involved in this case of bullying speaks out about why he recorded his classmate.
A mother of one of the three boys accused of bullying a classmate with special needs say she understands the community's anger-- but there is more to the story.
The Village of Macedon is faced with another petition to dissolve as a decades-old battle about local government gets revived.
Town officials press forward on a new local law that would restrict sex-offenders from living near children. The public has the next 30 days to weigh in.
A new video surfaces of police shooting a homeless man in Los Angeles, fueling a growing debate about police use of force. Former RPD Chief James Sheppard weighed in at Colgate Divinity School's spring convocation.
A water main break left the intersection of Norton and Portland flooded for several hours Saturday night. Now they brace for more possible floods.
Brianna Leitten, 7, survived a tumor that took her left eye. Now she's sharing her story of early cancer detection in hopes of saving other lives.
SUNY Brockport and Nazareth social work students will travel to Russia to seek domestic violence solutions at home and abroad.
A new generation of civil rights activists in Rochester say they have a unique vision for the city-- but they have taken cues from their ancestors to shape it.
The Danielle Brothers invited residents to see their new plans for a Whole Foods and luxury retail center at Mario's Restaurant. Residents say traffic is their biggest concern.
The city of Rochester has added 18 more streets to it's "no parking" list beginning Friday at noon. Residents can avoid towing by parking in free spaces.
The city is asking drivers to move their cars for 24 hours so it can plow and clear snow that simply won't thaw out.