Investigators are looking into what caused an early morning fire in Rochester.
It started around 1:30 on Maple Street.
We’re told the home is listed as vacant — but appears to have been occupied.
Firefighters were called out of the building when the roof and chimney began to collapse.
No one was injured.
The fire is considered suspicious.
A funeral for the former rush fire chief James Bucci junior will be held this morning.
Bucci worked as a firefighter and served with Henrietta ambulance crews and the EMS advisory board.
Two separate wakes were held yesterday and Monday.
The funeral will be at 10:00 this morning — at the dome in Henrietta.
The state senate and assembly have agreed on legislation to hold drivers accountable if they illegally pass a school bus.
Cameras would be installed on the stop sign that swings out from a bus when it stops to pick up or drop off a student.
The bill would also create a report so police can track where drivers break the law.
Drivers would be fined 250 dollars for a first-time offense.
Hundreds — maybe even thousands of jobs might soon be coming to Henrietta.
T-mobile announced that a call center will be built in Henrietta — if federal officials approve a merger between the cell phone carrier and sprint.
Just last week — frontier announced it will be cutting 280 call center jobs in Henrietta.
Henrietta’s town supervisor tells us there’s hope that some of those workers could be hired by T-Mobile.
Two local theaters are set to screen a film that was shot in the Rochester area — starring award-winning actor John Lithgow.
The film “The tomorrow man” is set to open on June 14th at both the Little Theatre in Rochester and the Pittsford Cinema.
A number of scenes were shot around the Big M Supermarket in Gates.