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N.Y. high school football player hurt during game dies after head injury

ROCHESTER, N.Y. – A high school football player in northern New York died from a head injury he suffered during a game, according to local media. Tyler Christman, a freshman at Carthage High School, was injured during a junior varsity game Saturday against West Genesee High School in Camillus, about 77 miles from Rochester, NBC New York reported.
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RPD: 21-year-old woman shot on Conkey Avenue

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)— Rochester Police say a Rochester woman was shot on the city's northeast side Saturday night. Police responded around 10 p.m. to Conkey Avenue near Avenue A for the report of shots fired. Upon arrival, officers found a 21-year-old woman who was shot at least once in her...
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Domestic Incident in Sodus Leads to Arrest

A Wayne County man has been arrested following a domestic violence incident in the town of Sodus Saturday night. The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of Barry Hodges following a physical altercation where he is alleged to have grabbed the victim by the throat and struck her in the head. He was taken to the Wayne County Jail for processing.
SODUS, NY
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'Frasier' star Kelsey Grammer visits Penfield Tops to promote new beers

Penfield, N.Y. — It wasn't to hawk "tossed salads and scrambled eggs", but “Frasier” himself made a special appearance in our area on Friday that was sure to make people raise a glass and say, "Cheers". Emmy-winner Kelsey Grammer visited the Penfield Road Tops as part of a campaign promoting...
PENFIELD, NY
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Sip and Sway Today in Clifton Springs

Downtown Clifton Springs is the place to be this afternoon for Sip and Sway. Jamie Noga with the Chamber of Commerce says the event combines craft beverage tastings, food, the music of the Dean’s List and a chance to shop the downtown businesses. Tickets for the craft beverage sampling are...
CLIFTON SPRINGS, NY
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The dark inspires Charming Disaster in ‘Musical Tarot Show’

The name, Charming Disaster, would seem to explain everything. But I’ll go ahead with this review anyway. And as it turns out, first impressions built on titles drawn from cute dichotomies (Led Zeppelin!), and a studied attention to Goth eveningwear (Lady Gaga!), are no way to judge a band.“Charming Disaster’s Musical Tarot Show” is a schtick, but the music of the Brooklyn duo is legit.
ROCHESTER, NY
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Seneca Park Zoo needs your help to name their new snow leopard

ROCHESTER, N.Y. — ​County Executive Adam Bello and the Seneca Park Zoo are asking for your help in naming their new 5-month-old snow leopard. An online poll is up and running for you to cast your vote for your favorite name. You can choose from one of the three finalists,...
ROCHESTER, NY
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Longtime owners of Bee Tee’s Drive-in selling business

NEWARK — For those who live in or around Newark, Bee Tee’s Drive-In has been a summer tradition since the 1970s. It’s the place where baseball teams grab ice cream cones, sundaes and shakes after games, where friends and neighbors get reacquainted over burgers, hots and fries. If all goes...
NEWARK, NY
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Lima teacher shares animal art works

HONEOYE FALLS – Michelle Garlock, an art teacher at Lima Christian School, is the featured artist at Mendon Public Library, 22 North Main St,, during September. Patrons will enjoy her variety of wildlife art offerings. Falcons, buffalo, horses, and whales are just some of the animals featured in this small exhibit titled, “Creatures Great and Small.”
LIMA, NY
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Pet of the Week: Lovey!

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC)— Come here, my Lovey! No need to ask this gal twice to come and say hello. Lovey wants to be near people she loves. Lovey has a mostly white coat with splashes of grey, including perfectly manicured grey eyebrows. She's a larger feline but is comfortable with...
ROCHESTER, NY
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Zoo's snow leopard cub needs a name

Rochester, N.Y. — Tashi, Sabu, or Kenji. Those are the three finalist names of the moniker that will be bestowed upon the snow leopard cub at the Seneca Park Zoo. The public was invited to submit names for the five-month-old cub. The zoo received over 750 submissions. According to the...
ROCHESTER, NY
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Canal View Family Restaurant named a Friend of Education

Canal View Family Restaurant, 247 W. Union St., received this year’s Friend of Education Award from the Newark Central School District for its ongoing support of Newark High School students. The award annually goes to an individual, organization or business that goes the extra mile to support Newark education. Superintendent...
NEWARK, NY
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Kelsey Grammer promotes new beer at Penfield Tops

PENFIELD, N.Y. (WROC) — Today at the Tops in the Panorama Plaza. Shoppers and many fans, got a chance to say “cheers” to a new brewer in New York state. Lines wrapping around aisles, close to hundreds of people, were waiting to get special beer. Well, maybe it wasn’t just...
PENFIELD, NY
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Friend For Life: Meet Luci!

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WROC) — Luci is an adorable, handsome 4-year-old cat looking for a new place to call home. He also loves affection, sometimes. Overall, Luci is a pretty simple cat. He craves four things: a cozy beds to sleep on, tasty treats to eat, cat trees to climb and toys to play with. She also prefers to be the sole pet in the home. Come meet Luci today!
ROCHESTER, NY
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Zero-G visits Rochester with an out of this world experience

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — It is time to blast off and head out of this world, well sort of. The Zero-Gravity, or Zero-G plane, was in Rochester this past Sunday and passengers young and old were excited for their first experience of zero gravity. However, not all passengers were first-time...
ROCHESTER, NY
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Cosentino: Your roses need your attention

Before I get into caring for your rose plants to prepare them for overwintering, I need to make a comment about one of my favorite places in Auburn, Hoopes Park. I have not been there very much this summer, and as I walked around the whole park a few evenings ago, I was very pleasantly surprised at the flowerbed behind the clubhouse, the garden with the fountain. For the past several years it has been planted with a nice variety of various annuals and perennials. It always looked nice. It was always well-maintained. But it was never striking. It never jumped out at you. This day, it did. It had been planted with rose bushes and was ablaze with hundreds of beautiful blossoms. The park crew has done a wonderful job with this beautiful spot in our city this year, as in the past.
AUBURN, NY
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