- Clifton Springs Hospital joins Rochester Regional Health System
Clifton Springs Hospital and Clinic has officially joined Rochester Regional Health System, RRHS officials said Wednesday.
- MVP reports $12.4 million loss in 2014
MVP Health Care finished 2014 with a $12.4 million loss on revenues of $2.9 billion, officials said Wednesday.
- Area bankruptcy filings drop in first quarter
Rochester-area bankruptcy filings have continued to decline this year, showing a nearly 18 percent drop in the first quarter.
- Wegmans tops supermarkets ranking
Wegmans Food Markets Inc. has once again been named the top supermarket in the country according to Consumer Reports.
- Budget includes 7.5 percent increase in aid for county school districts
Lawmakers passed a $142 billion state budget just hours after the midnight deadline that includes funding for Rochester and Monroe County schools, health and human service programs and regional economic development efforts.
- St. John Fisher names interim dean
St. John Fisher College announced the appointment of an associate professor of biology to the role of interim dean of the School of Arts and Sciences. Theresa Westbay takes the place of David Pate, who is stepping down as dean to return to the classroom.
- Report: Most New Yorkers are financially literate
New York consumers are fairly literate when it comes to their finances, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Trade magazine honors area entrepreneur
Local entrepreneur Kathy Palokoff is a 2015 Enterprising Women of the Year award recipient, an honor given by Enterprising Women magazine.
- Rochester Housing Authority narrows finalists for director
The Rochester Housing Authority narrowed its search for a new executive director, announcing Tuesday that it had narrowed the field to seven finalists.
- Small-business show takes place Wednesday
The 14th annual Small Business Show-SOHO Rochester 2015 takes place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Joseph A. Floreano Riverside Convention Center.
- Rochester area unemployment rate drops to 6 percent in February
Rochester’s economy continues to show promise this year, with an increase in the number of jobs and a decline in the unemployment rate in February, the state Department of Labor reported Tuesday.
- Board OKs tax breaks for Darien Lake expansion
The board of directors of the Genesee County Economic Development Center on Monday approved tax exemptions of $180,000 for a $2.5 million capital investment at Darien Lake Theme & Water Park Resort.
- CJS Architects selected for work at Women's Hall of Fame
Chaintreuil Jensen Stark Architects LLP has been selected by the National Women’s Hall of Fame in Seneca Falls, Seneca County, to create a site plan and provide design services.
- Gas prices in Rochester dip slightly
Following a month of increasing gas prices, Rochester area drivers saw a slight decline in prices at the pump in the last week, a survey from GasBuddy.com shows.
- Blackfriars Theater announces new artistic director
For the first time in 35 years, the Blackfriars Theater will have a new artistic director. Danny Hoskins, current associate artistic director, will take up the position July 1when John Haldoupis retires, theater leaders announced.
- Collins, Katko join to prevent funding of lake level plan
Congressmen Chris Collins and John Katko have partnered in an effort to prevent federal funding for the Joint Commission’s Lake Ontario-St. Lawrence River Plan, known as Plan 2014.
- Tartan Holdings acquires assets of Moog creates new firm
A new firm—iuvo BioScience LLC—was created last Friday through an acquisition by Tartan Holdings LLC. The new firm is led by former Bausch & Lomb Inc. executives Benjamin Burton and Mary Richardson.
- Talbots store to open at Waterloo Premium Outlets
The Talbots Inc. is opening a store at the Waterloo Premium Outlets on Thursday.
- N.Y. ranks among worst states for doctors
New York ranks as the fourth-worst state for doctors, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Kodak CEO Clarke's compensation in 2014 totals $4.9 million
Eastman Kodak Co. CEO Jeffrey Clarke received total compensation of $4.9 million in 2014, including a salary of $758,885, stock awards of $3 million and option awards of $1 million, according to the company’s annual proxy statement filed Monday with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
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