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Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren earns 2nd term in office

By Spectrum News Staff ROCHESTER, N.Y. — Lovely Warren secured a 2nd term as Rochester mayor with a landslide victory. Following the bruising campaign leading up to the party primary

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ROC the vote: Need to know info for Election Day 2017

By Spectrum News Staff ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The polls are officially open for Election Day 2017 and there are several races locally that will impact Monroe County residents. Rochester Mayor

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Assembly speaker opposed to authorization of Constitutional Convention

By Zack Fink When asked about how he would like to see New Yorkers vote next week on three separate ballot questions, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said, “No, yes, yes.”

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Rochester wine club holds first annual African American Vino Noir Wine Festival

Rochester is popping the cork on a growing but not well-known business. The Willmont Wine Club held its first annual African American Vino Noir Wine Festival Sunday night. The event

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October 13 Declared “Seen Enough Tobacco Day” here and across New York State to Protect Youth from Tobacco Marketing

Rochester, N.Y. – Youth in Monroe County and across New York State declared Friday, October 13 as the first ever “Seen Enough Tobacco Day”. This day is about protecting themselves

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2-year-old dies after suffering gunshot wound to the head

By Jordan Mazza ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The toddler who police say was shot in the head by his father last week has died from his injuries. Two-year-old Zayden Phillips died at

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U.S. Senators Schumer and Gillibrand Endorse Lovely Warren for Mayor

Friends of Lovely Warren   News Release U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer proudly endorsed Mayor Lovely Warren in her reelection bid this morning.   “Since taking office four years

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Father pleads not guilty after 2-year-old son shot

By Spectrum News Staff   ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Rochester father accused of shooting his two-year old son Friday was arraigned Saturday. Charles Timothy Phillips, 36, pleaded not guilty to

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Woman suffers serious injuries after Lake Ave. hit-and-run

By Spectrum News Staff   ROCHESTER, N.Y. — A woman was seriously hurt in an overnight hit-and-run in Rochester. Police were called to Lake Avenue near Emerson Street just before

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Man wounded hitching ride on back of milk truck dies

By Spectrum News Staff ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The man mortally injured after troopers said he tried to hitch a ride on the back of a milk truck died on Thursday,

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ROC The Future report: Some progress for children, much work to be done

  By Cristina Domingues ROCHESTER, N.Y. — ROC the Future released its annual report on the State of Children in the local community. There have been some improvements, but it’s

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Rochester police identify Dewey Avenue shooting victim

By Spectrum News Staff ROCHESTER, N.Y. — The Rochester Police Department has released the name of the victim in Saturday night’s shooting on Dewey Avenue. The victim has been identified

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Rochester Women’s Network

      Rochester Women’s Network is the premier networking organization for professional women in all stages of their careers in the Greater Rochester Area. RWN members actively support one

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New York State to Protect Youth from Tobacco Marketing

  Rochester, N.Y. – Youth in Monroe County across New York State are declaring Friday, October 13 as the first ever “Seen Enough Tobacco Day”. This day is about protecting

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One shot fired following police chase on Monroe Avenue

By Jordan Mazza ROCHESTER, N.Y. — New York State police are releasing more information on last night’s police chase that ended in gunfire. They’re releasing the name of the suspect,