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Victor runs away from Eastridge, into matchup against rival Canandaigua
They may have been able to dream about a rematch with Canandaigua at halftime, as Victor handled Eastridge, 44-14, in a Class A quarterfinal.
Victor linebacker Camden Hay's father in the hospital after horrific accident
A rematch of last year's sectional championship with Wilson and Irondequoit, a Week 1 rematch, and a battle of styles with Eastridge vs. VictorJames Johnson and Stevie Johnson and Virginia Butler, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Contrary to reports, doctors say squirrel brains didn't kill Rochester-area man
According to the reports, the patient was a hunter who told doctors he hunted squirrels and enjoyed eating their brains. However, again, doctors say consuming the brains was unrelated to his death.
State police release cause of death for 20 victims of limo crash
Speakers at a vigil in Amsterdam sought to console those grieving after a crash Oct. 6, 2018, killed 17 passengers, a driver and two bystanders.Georgie Silvarole and Laura Nichols, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Police: Farmington woman sold Suboxone in Canandaigua
The Farmington resident, identified as Trisha Tiller, was charged with criminal sale of a controlled substance.
Clegg sentenced to 35-years for murder of Canandaigua man
The southern courtroom of the Ontario County Courthouse was filled with sadness as Robert Clegg, 19, was sentenced for the brutal murder of Nicholas Bice.
Inmate hits another inmate, ruptures his eardrum
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Halloween in Victor: Jack-O-Lantern Trail walk and more
In addition, at the James Cooke American Legion Post 931 will host a Halloween Party with pizza, drinks and games in the nearby lodge.
Former NTID student discovered unconscious alongside Henrietta road
"The victim’s friend, whom he was visiting, realized he had not returned home and began looking for him," deputies said in a release.
City schools superintendent Barbara Deane-Williams to retire in 2019
"I have notified the Rochester Board of Education and staff of the Rochester City School District of my decision to retire effective January 31, 2019. It has been a privilege to serve as Superintendent and work side-by-side with so many dedicated educators, staff members, labor partners, parents, a
MILESTONE: Warsaw honors Coach Stackhouse with 300th victory
WARSAW — Warsaw volleyball coach Amber Stackhouse earned her 300th victory last Saturday night with the four-set victory over Geneseo — winning 20-25,25-22. 25-18, and 25-20.
Police testify in Seneca Falls murder case hearing
WATERLOO — Late on the night of May 12, two police officers responding to a Seneca Falls apartment found a small child unconscious and barely breathing.That was the testimony of Seneca Falls Police Department Sgt. Angela Anderson and former SFPD Officer Brad Clouston during a suppression hearing Thu
Warren praises former mayor Johnson's vision at building renaming
"They told us it would be a waste of time and money to transform the Port of Rochester from a dying and dreary place," Johnson said. "We tried and we did. Criticize me if you must, but you can never say that I took no for an answer. But for those who still won't accept it, frankly my dear, I don't g
Things to do around Rochester from Oct. 18 to 24
1Haunt the Belle, a Halloween-themed cruise on the Genesee River aboard the Harbor Town Belle, departs from Voyager Boat Sales on Marina Drive in Irondequoit at 7 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 18. (Boarding starts at 6:15 p.m.) Tickets are $25 for the two-hour journey, which also will include live music, pizz
State police warn of scam
“We can confirm this is a scam, and add that the state police would never ask for this information over the phone,” said Troop A Commander Edward Kennedy. “We are investigating the matter.”
Testimony: Man accused of hiding Sodus mother's body told police he found her dead
SODUS, NY (WROC) - The man charged with hiding the body of a Sodus mother claims he found her dead and hid her body out of fear of being blamed for her death, according to court testimony.
New York Man Dies Of Mad Cow-Like Disease He Got From Eating Squirrel Brains
Arecent reporton the patient’s case explains that he was brought to a hospital in Rochester, New York after suffering from bizarre symptoms, including decreasing cognitive abilities and losing touch with reality. The patient, who was treated in 2015, also reportedly lost the ability to walk.
State investigation found no shortcomings by RGH in treatment of Sweden mom charged in son's murder
Hanane Mouhib, age 36, is charged with murder for the death of her son, seven-year-old Abraham Cardenas.
Rob Sands, CEO of Upstate NY drinks giant Constellation, steps down
VICTOR, NY -- For the first time in its history, the giant beer, wine and spirits company now known as Constellation Brands will be led by someone who is not a member of the Sands family. Rob Sands, whose father, Marvin, founded the business as Canandaigua Wine Co. in 1945, will leave the post of CE
Chicken, ice cream and waffles at the new JackRabbits, with $4 lunch box
The restaurant specializes in traditional American comfort food, serving southern fried chicken, homemade side dishes such as collard greens. It will serve its version of bubble waffles that can be served with chicken or ice cream. There will also be an ice cream parlor with sweet treats served from