Police officials call for delay on criminal justice reforms

Police officials call for delay on criminal justice reforms

Law enforcement officials from across the state are calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to pause new bail laws and other criminal justice reform measures that go into effect on January 1. Rochester-area law enforcement leaders joined together Thursday to publicly make their request.

Ex-Rochester Housing Authority boss charged — again

George Moses now faces 55 charges in a sting that ensnared a former city official and an RHA secretary.

It’s official: Democrats take Pittsford, hold GOP to single-seat majority in Monroe County Legislature

A count of outstanding ballots Thursday brings to a close the election of 2019.

Second Dinolfo administration official announces departure

Parks Director Larry Staub announced his retirement last week. Now, Robert Franklin, the county's chief financial officer, will follow suit.

URMC plans orthopedic campus at Marketplace Mall

There are big expansion plans in the works for The Marketplace Mall, but they don't include the addition of any big-box store or other retailers. Instead, the University of Rochester, the town of Henrietta and Wilmorite have announced plans for a new tenant —UR Medicine's Orthopedics and Physical Performance Center.

County first responder harassment law passes

Democratic legislators who have worked as first responders say it’s unnecessary and problematic.

Safer opioid packaging urged after Brighton baby fatally overdoses on methadone

Sen. Charles Schumer calls on FDA to put opioids in blister packs.

CABLE Act took a page from GOP playbooks in other states

Republicans in North Carolina, Wisconsin, Michigan have taken legislative action to weaken incoming Democrats

Monroe County GOP withdraws CABLE Act

The bill would have curtailed the power of the incoming Democratic county executive, Adam Bello.

Committee will help Bello with county exec transition

County Executive-elect Adam Bello has asked committee groups to identify "critical issues facing our community" and recommend strategies to address them.

‘This is not a power grab,’ GOP says of bill

Legislators first saw CABLE Act bill at GOP headquarters.

GOP leaders to address controversial CABLE Act bill

Facing public outrage, GOP seeks to “clarify” bill.

Dinolfo supports GOP bill to curtail Bello’s authority

A spokesman for County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo said she “respects and supports this legislation.”

City moving forward with power program

Community choice aggregation offers a big opportunity to get city households and businesses on renewables.

WATCH: Wednesday impeachment hearings

The U.S. House of Representatives is holding open hearings in its impeachment inquiry into President Trump. The hearings begin at 10 a.m.

Council approves Rochester 2034 plan

It'll replace the city's previous comprehensive plan, which was completed in 1999.


#BruceGang Takeover @ Strong National Museum of Play

Riverside Soul @ Via Girasole Wine Bar

Riverside Soul @ Via Girasole Wine Bar

Doctor Who Day @ Brighton Memorial Library

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