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UR soccer wins at home, wins away

Half-way through their season, Yellowjacket soccer is heating up. On Tuesday, Sept. 20, at Fauver Stadium, the University of Rochester’s Men’s Soccer Team faced off against SUNY Geneseo, earning a strong 2-1 win in their sixth game of the season coming back from a loss to Hobart College.
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Livingston County man found guilty of raping a child

LIVINGSTON COUNTY, N.Y. — Livingston County man is headed to prison for raping a child. Christopher Wilmet of Leicester was found guilty of rape and endangering the welfare of a child. Prosecutors say the 34-year-old sexually assaulted a child under the age 15 at a trailer park back in 20-19. He’ll be sentenced in November.

Gates Chili Chamber announces award winners

The Gates Chili Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce its 2022 Annual Community Award winners honoring individuals and organizations that have made a significant impact on the quality of life in the Gates and Chili communities. This year’s winners are:. •Beautification Award (Chili) – Chili Fire Department Fire...

Churchville-Chili HS announces newest members of Athletic Hall of Fame

Churchville-Chili High School will welcome four alumni to its Athletic Hall of Fame this year. The formal induction ceremony will be held on December 9, 2022. The 2022 inductees, honored for their accomplishments and contributions to the Saints’ athletics program are:. •Kevin Collier – Class of 2006. Kevin Collier,...

Two people arrested for burglary in Livingston County

CALEDONIA, N.Y. — Deputies in Livingston County arrested two people and charged them with burglary. The first is Shawn Ganoe. The 40-year-old from Canandaigua is accused of a September 15th burglary at a business in Caledonia. Police say Ganoe cut a fence at the business and entered a secure...

Clark Meadows staff members transform into blushing brides

CANANDAIGUA — It all started when Clark Meadows housekeeper Bonnie Ellis scored several pieces of costume jewelry at a garage sale. She thought the sparkly brooches might lend themselves to a tea party for residents; her coworkers agreed. But, as one staff member put it, “At Clark Meadows, everything has to go a little bit above.”

Churchville-Chili students explore history from a different perspective

Sixth graders at Churchville-Chili Middle School have been studying how prehistoric peoples’ lives changed during the transition from Paleolithic to Neolithic culture. Their studies took on new meaning and became more personal with a project that took them back more than 12,000 years to the caves of Lascaux, France.

Brighton hands out kits to combat catalytic converter thefts

BRIGHTON, N.Y. — Free catalytic converter kits are being handed out in Brighton. It’s an effort to combat ongoing thefts. The Brighton Police Department is partnering with Rochester company Metalico to hand them out for public safety day. Kits will be available this Sunday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Brighton farmers market or until supplies last.

Virginia E. Moore ‘Ginny’ - September 19, 2022

Geneseo/Honeoye Falls: Virginia passed peacefully on September 19, 2022 at Strong Memorial Hospital in Rochester, NY on her 99th birthday. She was born on September 19, 1923 in Henrietta, NY to the late Conrad and Stella (Schout) Meyers. In addition to her parents she was predeceased by her husband, Carl Moore; son, Ralph Moore; grandson, David Tuchrello; and siblings, Evelyn Wilcox, Elizabeth Shellman, Helen Shadders, Conrad Meyers Jr., Eleanor Hoh, and Donald Meyers. Survived by her daughters, Jacqueline (Bob) Quinn of Livonia and Linda (Tom) Tuchrello of Avon; 8 grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren, and 6 great-great-grandchildren; siblings, James (Ruth) Meyers and Jack Meyers; and daughter-in-law, Sheila Moore. Also survived by many other loving family and friends.

NFFF Rochester Area Committee hosted two back-to-back 9/11 events

This year, the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation (NFFF) commemorated the 21st anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks with two events – the 6th Annual Stair Climb and Family Walk on Saturday, September 17, and the 2nd Annual Memorial Bike Ride on Sunday, September 18 in Mendon. Firefighters, First Responders, their families, and the community-at-large came out for both events, demonstrating that the Greater Rochester community will never forget the fallen heroes and those still suffering from the illnesses they contracted as a result of the attacks. Over $23,000 was raised over the weekend.

Pontillo’s Pizza hoping to reopen next week

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The owner of the Pontillo’s Pizza in Pittsford hopes to reopen next week after a temporary shutdown – that’s has the whole town talking. We went inside the State Street pizza shop on Friday and spoke to the owner on camera. News10NBC spoke...
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Students voice concerns over dining hall hours

Students living on campus have again voiced their concerns about dining halls on campus. Many students are unhappy with the dining hall hours of operation, which restrict students’ eating to certain hours of the day. Mary Jemison Dining Hall is open only on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. – 4...

Town of Penfield celebrates Shadow Pines property

Members of the Penfield community gathered at Shadow Pines (600 Whalen Road) in Penfield on Saturday afternoon as the Town of Penfield hosted the Shadow Pines Celebration. The Town bought Shadow Pines in 2018 after Penfield voters approved the purchase of the property which was previously home to Shadow Pines Golf Club. Over the past several years, the Town has been crafting a master plan for the 212 acres of land with input from the community.

Photos: New mural at GO ART! designed send a message of welcome to all people

Dan Butler, an artist from Perry, is nearing completion of a mural on the back of Seymour Place, the home of GO ART!, inspired by an idea presented to him by Director Gregory Hallock: People of many different races holding flowers. "He wanted to welcome everybody," Butler said. "They're all welcome here to come and enjoy art or create it." Butler has been assisted by Jill Pettigrew, who has painted the flowers.

Jury starts deliberations in Brighton ax murder case

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — We’re staying on top of the jury deliberations in the Brighton ax murder. A man named James Krauseneck is accused of killing his wife Cathy in their home 40 years ago. The one name the jury kept hearing during the trial was Ed Laraby, a convicted rapist who confessed to the crime before he died.