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Sheriff's Deputies ID body found in Penfield creek

Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputies have identified the body that was found in the creek by Daniel’s Creek Apartments in Penfield around 2 p.m. Sunday.

Investigators say the body is that of 45-year-old Wendy Cleveland, of Penfield.

The Medical Examiner is working to determine the cause of death. Sheriff's Deputies say they do not suspect foul play and they are still investigating.

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Webster-Fairport Elks Lodge to hold dinner to honor first responders

The Webster-Fairport Elks Lodge is holding a dinner at Carey Lake Restaurant in Macedon on January 31 to honor first responders from local police, fire and ambulance departments.

Each year, the Webster-Fairport Elks Lodge asks local departments in Monroe and Wayne Counties to submit the name(s) of one or more of their personnel who have served their department or community with distinction and/or heroic action.

This year, 31 honorees were selected by their individual departments to attend this dinner and receive an award.

Penfield Symphony Orchestra puts on spring concert

The Penfield Symphony Orchestra will present a spring concert on February 11 entitled The Three R’s.

Tickets are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and students of any age with ID may attend for free.

Tickets are available at PenfieldSymphony.org, at Wegmans and at Penfield High School.

Brighten your Spring with The Penfield Symphony Orchestra

The Penfield Symphony Orchestra (PSO) will present a Spring Concert on Monday February 11 entitled, "The Three R's", featuring one of Rossini’s masterpieces  “Overture to The Barber of Seville”,  Ravel’s Boléro”  and Respighi’s “The Pines of Rome” and the amazing winner of our Young Artists Competition, 15-year-old Pittsford resident Annie Jacobs-Perkins (cello) will perform the extremely challenging Variations on a Rococo Theme by Tchaikovsky.

 Tickets are $14 for adults and $12 for seniors. Students of any age with student ID may attend the concert free. Tickets are available online at www.PenfieldSymphony.org, at local ticket outlets, including all area Wegmans, and at the door at Penfield High School on High School Drive in Penfield.

Benefit concert held for West Webster Fire Department

A benefit concert for the West Webster Fire Department was held on Sunday.

The concert was at Pineapple Jack's on Spencerport Road.

People from all across town came out to show their support and help raise funds.

Rochester native and rock legend Lou Gramm, best known as the lead singer of the band Foreigner, stopped by to support the cause.

The concert and fundraiser will continue until 9 p.m. Sunday night.

Strong winds cause damage throughout area

Did you hear those winds whipping Saturday night?

Some places saw gusts close to 60 miles per hour. Those winds knocked down trees and took out power lines.

A little more than 200 people in Monroe County and Wayne County are still without power Sunday night.

The wind has died down now but the damage can still be seen.

News10NBC spoke to a local company that's been working around the clock cleaning up the mess.

Tony's Tree & Landscaping has received hundreds of calls since Friday night. They tell News10NBC they have not stopped working since the winds started kicking up and the job is far from over.

A tree in Fairport on Sunday was completely uprooted, one of many that came crashing down on Sunday. This particular tree fell right on top of a car. Luckily no one inside at the time.

Fallen trees have caused a lot of headaches for local residents.

Hillside Family of Agencies hosts pasta dinner to benefit West Webster Fire District

The Hillside Family of Agencies hosted a pasta dinner to benefit the West Webster Fire District.

Friday's dinner was at the Halpern Education Center on Bay Road. That facility served as a command center during the tragedy on Christmas Eve.

Officials with Hillside say the agency wanted to give thanks for the firefighters help when they need it.

Tom Hildebrant, President, Hillside Children's Foundation, said, "We use their services all the time they're very good at helping us out when we need assistance and its a very small way of saying thank you and giving back."

Hillside staff and students volunteered to serve the food.