This Week
  • Technology and other factors have brought big changes to commercial building.

  • DHD Ventures plans to spend $20 million to renovate two city buildings.

  • From Morocco, Joseph Squalli traveled far to become Rooney's Restaurant owner.

  • Gates Automotive Centers grows by connecting with customers.

  • RocMusic director Alexander Pena rallies young music makers.

  • Challenges mount for area companies that do business in Russia.

Daily News

  • City extends deadline for
    Midtown parcel proposals

    The city of Rochester has extended the deadline for responses to its request for proposals to develop a 1.1 acre shovel-ready site located at 275 and 279 E. Main St. on the Midtown Rising development site to Jan. 15.
  • Three area neighborhoods rank near top of national list
    Three Rochester area neighborhoods have been named in the 10 Most Affordable Neighborhoods with the Best Schools by 24/7 Wall St. LLC.
  • Poll: Most do not seek repeal of Obamacare
    While a plurality of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents—43 percent—say the Affordable Care Act should be repealed, more than half of the poll participants do not support that move. A year ago, a slight majority favored repeal.
  • United Way's advanced system reaches donors
    The United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. was once able to connect with nearly all of its donors through the area’s large employers, but as the nature of the region’s employment has changed, the non-profit organization has shifted its approach.
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