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Cancer Crush concert held in honor of student

A concert to benefit kids fighting cancer took place on Saturday at Fairport High School, but without the girl who originally came up with the idea.

Hannaah Metzler organized benefits for children fighting cancer all while battling brain cancer herself.  Hannah passed away last month.

The second annual “Crush Cancer” concert raised money for local kids battling the disease.  The proceeds will go to the Golisano Children’s Hospital’s “Bright Eyes” fund. 

Another part of the proceeds will also go to a memorial fund that was setup in Hannah’s name.

“A lot of people loved Hannah, and she was my sister. She belonged to so many people, and she was a beautiful girl. We miss her very much,” said Luke Metzler, Hannah’s brother.

Saturday’s concert included performances from the U of R Yellowjackets and the Fairport High School a capella group.

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DOT looking into East Rochester intersection

A young girl sprung to action after a car nearly went through a home in East Rochester. The girl started a petition to get a stop sign at Washington Street and West Avenue, but there's still no progress.

So what's the hold up? News10NBC took that question to the Department of Transportation.

The family tells us it's just a matter of time until another crash happens and someone is either killed or seriously injuring. On Friday, we found out the Department of Transportation is now looking at the intersection. Possible solutions are a stop sign or flashing lights, but that could take a while.

Angel Delmadoros says, "We hear bang, look out the window, and my boyfriend Ben says look, yet another one."

Angel Delmadoros and her kids have seen two car crashes outside their home at Washington Street and West Avenue in less than two weeks. most recently yesterday morning.

Eight arrested in undercover prostitution detail in Henrietta

Eight people are facing charges after sheriff’s deputies conducted undercover details at hotels in Henrietta on Wednesday and Thursday.

Arrested were:
Ronald Lindsay, 37 of Rochester, is charged with patronizing a prostitute   
Michael Mangione, 45 of Rochester is charged with patronizing a prostitute and forcible touching
William J. Murphy, 68 of Greece, is charged with patronizing a prostitute   
Nicole Kenny, 25 of Syracuse, is charged with prostitution
Jessica Cooper, 25 of Rochester is charged with prostitution
Toni Joy Miller, 44 of East Rochester, is charged with prostitution
Saffiah F. Brooks, 20 of Rochester is charged with prostitution
Eugenia Wofford, 18 of Rochester is charged with prostitution and criminal sale of marihuana

Winning lottery ticket sold at East Rochester Wegmans

If you bought a Take 5 lottery ticket recently, track it down and double check it. Lottery officials say a winning ticket from the April 15 drawing was purchased at the East Rochester Wegmans.

They are asking people to check their tickets so a winner can come forward to claim the $67,000 prize.

The winner numbers are: 8, 10, 29, 30 and 32.

Tickets expire a year after the drawing.

Nazareth College students receive prestigious 2014-2015 Fulbright Awards

Nazareth College is proud to announce that the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board has selected three of its students as recipients of the 2014-2015 U.S. Junior Fulbright award.

Teri Bunce, of Spencer is an international studies and history double major with a minor in French. She will teach English in South Korea after she graduates in May. Upon her return, Bunce plans to attend graduate school in the Washington, D.C. area and pursue a career in international relations.

Katelynn Kundrata, of Hamlin, is a graduate student majoring in the School of Education. She will teach English in primary and secondary schools in Malaysia after graduating in May. She plans to continue teaching English upon her return.

Matthew Maloney, of Fairport, is a history and Spanish double major with minors in legal studies and political science. He will travel to Andorra to teach English at Centre de Formació Professional to kids ages 16-18. 

Meet Champ!

Meet Champ!

Poor Champ has been at Lollypop Farm more than once in his life, most recently because his owner could no longer afford to care for him. He is an 11-year-old Chow Chow mix who will stick to you like Velcro - he loves being around his owner. He likes back scratches and chin rubs, and will gladly keep you company any night of the week! He has a great smile, too. Lollypop Farm recommends Champ go to a home with kids age 10 or older, and he needs to meet any dogs already in the home. Lollypop Farm is celebrating Spring Break with 25% off adoption fees on all cats and dogs through Saturday the 19th. Champ is also eligible for the Seniors-for-Seniors program so approved adopters age 60 or older can bring him home for free. To find out more about Champ, call 223-1330 or visit him at Lollypop Farm at 99 Victor Rd., Fairport 14450. Lex, our "Friday's Friend" from last week, is still available! 

Teens needed for cleanup at Center Park in Perinton

Town of Perinton is looking for teens in grades 6-12 to lend a hand sprucing up Center Park? The clean-up will be held on May 3 at 10:00 a.m. Helpers should meet at the park shelter on Ayrault Road. Teens are asked to bring gloves, wear mud boots and dress for the weather. In case of rain on the morning of May 3,  call the Perinton Recreation and Parks info line at 425-1170 to check if the program has been cancelled.
Pre-registration is required. Contact:  Julie Eble at lionsdentc@gmail.com for more information.