Upstate consumer sentiment rebounds in November
Confidence among upstate consumers rebounded in November but continued to trail both statewide and nationwide confidence, a monthly survey by the Siena Research Institute shows.
Unity Health System nursing home to get $5.8M upgrade
State officials have green-lighted a $5.8 million upgrade to Unity Health System’s Edna Tina Wilson Living Center, Unity officials said.
UR, Eastman House to offer master's in photographic preservation
The University of Rochester and George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film will offer a joint master's degree in photographic preservation and collections management beginning in fall 2014, the first of its kind in the nation.
Richards' supporters collected $83,600 before election
The Monroe County chapter of the Independence Party scrambled to collect $83,600 in individual and corporate campaign contributions for Rochester Mayor Thomas Richards after his defeat in the Democratic Party primary, state filings this week show.
Wolk Foundation gives MCC $375,000 for nursing scholarship
Monroe Community College student nurses will have new support with a $375,000 gift from the Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation.
Think tanks recommend income-tax adjustments
An immediate phase-out of the temporary increase in the personal income tax of high-income earners and making permanent the temporary income-tax cuts for the middle class are among five measures that would improve New York’s business climate, two independent think tanks say.