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RPD: Burglar beaten to death with bat
An alleged burglary turned deadly Sunday morning along Arnett Boulevard in Rochester.Police say an alleged burglar was beaten to death with a bat by a homeowner...
» Woman shot on hayride in Monroe County
» Mysterious death of Fairport man baffles many
» Highland Hospital reveals detailed expansion plans
» Veteran graves vandalized in Bergen
» 3 injured in chemical explosion at UR
» Rochester student missing from Albany college
» 1 in 4 Monroe County kids lives in poverty
» RTS Transit Ctr. to be dedicated Monday
» Start-up space mission comes to New York
» Water main break shuts down traffic on Mount Hope
» SUNY Fredonia dedicates new $60M science center
» One Taken to Hospital After Crash in Parma
» RPD: Man found dead on burglary call
» Deadly shooting in Orleans County; teen killed
» Deputies investigate young teen’s death
» Fairport teen reported missing in Albany
» Strong outlines Ebola plan
» 3 injured in chemical explosion at UR
» Second arrest made in Greece home invasion
» Strong Hospital one of 8 to fight Ebola
» Fairport man steals $3K from grandparents
» Are charter schools taking advantage of the system?
» Strong Hospital officials discuss Ebola designation
» Police: Albion teenager stole guns
» St. Paul becomes two-way street
» Traffic pattern change on St. Paul Street and North Clinton
» Lahman: UR physicists create invisibility cloak
» Marsh Rd. Bridge closed for repairs
» Astorino in Rochester: START-UP NY is a 'fraud'
» Strong Memorial developing plan for Ebola cases
» Cops release name of trucker involved in overpass crash
» Roads reopen after rig hangs of I-390 ramp
» D&C to judge: Give us our license plate data
» Portion of Elmgrove Road to close for two weeks
» 14-year-old who died at Letchworth State Park identified
» Parents of Letchworth victim speak
» Woman killed after being struck by multiple vehicles
» Special ed mix-up costs RCSD millions
» Audits Reveal Misuse of Fire Department Funds
» Female pedestrian struck on Empire Blvd.
» Rochester boy dies in fall at Letchworth gorge
» Dems, Brooks' office spar over county budget
» Rochester man shot on Borchard St.
» Rochester sex offender faces new charges
» Rescue operation at Letchworth State Park
» Student accused of assaulting coach
» Family claims neighbor shot family dog
» Full Speed Ahead on Inner Loop Construction Project
» Honeoye Falls Dunkin' Donuts plans hit snag
» Rochester-region FAA worker charged with theft
Local Sports
Bills RB C.J. Spiller out indefinitely
Buffalo Bills running back C.J. Spiller has had surgery to repair a collarbone injury, and it's uncertain if his season is over.Buffalo (4-3) will also be without co-starting running back, Fred Jackson, who revealed Monday...
» Former Webster golfer competing on Big Break
» Rochester has several World Series connections
» Maiorana: Orton's drive is one for the ages
» Dixon, Brown ready to step in for Bills
» Buffalo Bills edge Minnesota Vikings
» Bills get big win, but have plenty of work to do
» Leo Roth: Bills' veteran leadership pays off
» Bryce Brown believes he can produce for Bills
» Sal & Leo: One of the ugliest wins in Bills history
» Bills’ Jackson, Spiller hurt against Vikings
» Abby Wambach calls FIFA’s silence ‘appalling’
» Bills' Jackson, Spiller hurt against Vikings
» Maiorana: What a brutal performance
» Bills beat Vikings 17-16 on Watkins catch
» Kyle Orton leads the Bills to a last-second win
» Watkins helps Bills sneak past Vikings
» Grade the Bills: This week's report card
» Bills need to deliver in front of home crowd
» Sabres shutout for second straight night 4-0
» Bills DBs try to get arms around penalties
» Section V Football 10-17-14
» Sabres shutout by Panthers 1-0
» RIT hockey gears up for Boston College
» Can Bills take advantage of upcoming schedule?
» Bills-Vikings game sold out Sunday
» Bills once-strong running game struggling
» Van Miller to be added to Bills Wall of Fame Sunday
» Monroe County wants golf pros to manage courses
» Sabres send Mark Pysyk, Jake McCabe to Amerks
» Plenty on line for HS football teams
» Sabres Net First Win in Shootout at Carolina
» Bills deal with Mike Williams trade drama
» C.J. Spiller: 'I want to be a Bill'
» Bills get ready to take on Vikings
» Bills-Vikings game sold out Sunday
» Mike Williams tells his side of the trade request story
» Four area skiers make U.S. freestyle team
» Famed BC coach shares bond with RIT staff
» Sabres surely know there's no need to rush Grigorenko
» Aquinas QB Jake Zembiec has cast removed
» Trump criticizes Pegulas, Buffalo Bills on Twitter
» Sabres net first win, 4-3 in shootout
» Where does this classic Bills throwback rank?
» Maiorana: Bills running game remains a problem
» Bills' Mike Williams gets permission to seek trade
» Maiorana: Bills running game remains a problem
» Week 6 shows Bills need work in several areas
» Buffalo Sabres lose to Anaheim Ducks
» Buffalo to host 2016 NHL draft
» Monday's high school results
Local People and Places
Meals on Wheels Has Growing People in Need
A shortage in funding is leaving some area seniors hungry. The Meals on Wheels Program, which provides a daily serving of food say there's a growing list of people in need.
» CNN chief medical correspondent talks to RIT students
» Netflix star in Rochester
» Brockport post office renamed after local soldier
» Lil Jon, Nick Jonas coming to Rochester in December
» Wegmans touts Apple Pay service for iPhones
» Western New York yogurt plant laying off 32
» 10 things to do in the Rochester area
» St. Patrick's Day Parade route changes in Rochester
» Art meets fashion on the runway
» Enjoy the fall foliage before it's too late
» Rochester gourmet cupcake shop closed
» Sibley's runway show is one for the dogs
» Schaller's Drive-In a longtime favorite in Greece
» Jason Alexander in Rochester Friday
» Cheap Eats: Tully's a sports lover's paradise
» Local singer's run on The Voice ends
» Chili native passionately sings on The Voice
» Ben & Jerry’s co-founder to talk at RIT Friday
» Rochester fares well in college ranking
» Picture this Rochester: Capture the colors of fall
» What to expect at Fashion Week
» Members of Blondie, Cars and Romantics form Roc-born band
» Elizabeth Smart inspires, gives hope in Rochester
» Danny Wegman's new Ferrari turns heads
» Imax to use Kodak laser technology with 'Hobbit'
» Danny Wegman's new Ferrari turns heads
» Couple gives new life to $7K 19th Ward home
» 5 Rochester restaurants with a fall view
» East/West Kitchen opens on East Avenue
» Fleetwood Mac coming to Buffalo
» Lt. Gov. candidate Hochul releases tax returns
» Seasoned firewood is in short supply
» Job expo held for veterans
» New Field & Stream opens in Henrietta
» Cheap Eats: Brick Wood Fired Pizza is easygoing
» 'Book of Mormon' returns to Rochester
» Gavin Rossdale to mentor local singer on The Voice
» Book of Mormon opens at the Auditorium Theatre
» Home heating costs expected to drop
» Lakeside scene wins D&C Instagram challenge
» Top 10 things to do in Rochester this weekend
» Former D&C columnist Bruno Sniders dies
» D&C Editorial Page editor Jim Lawrence retiring
» Guitarist Julian Lage to play Abilene
» Brown Hound Bistro is perfect fall dining option
» Borinquen Dance Theatre in Rochester
» Judas Priest opening tour in Rochester
» Rochester singer makes 'The Voice'
» Cheap Eats: Saigon Pho full of surprises
» Local singer makes it past auditions on The Voice
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