Author Archives: Nicole Sheldon

Geneva hospital sponsors two sales

The Geneva General Hospital Auxiliary welcomes the general public to attend the “Collective Goods” sale on Oct. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and “Bling & Things” on Oct. 13 from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. At the “Collective ...

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New leadership voices abound

This story appeared in the RBJ’s commemorative 30th Anniversary section. See more content related to the RBJ’s anniversary here. Rochester has a history of iconic leaders, people whose accomplishments are so legendary that they became larger than life. Yet before they ...

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Infinite Group releases Nodeware 2.0

Infinite Group Inc. has announced the release of a new Nodeware vulnerability system that allows for virtual machine and hardware deployment. Features of Nodeware 2.0 include more conclusive vulnerability data, simple API integration, improved performance and global scalability. Furthermore, there is ...

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Girl Scouts to honor nine women leaders

The Girl Scouts of Western New York will honor nine women at their 2017 Women of Distinction Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Thursday, including Xerox Corp. Senior Vice President Dragana Pavlovic and National Susan B. Anthony Museum & House President and CEO ...

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Immigrant entrepreneur class scheduled

The Catholic Family Center will host a free class for immigrant entrepreneurs this month. Through the New York State Office for New Americans, immigrants and foreign-born citizens will get advice and guidance on how to start, run and grow a ...

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People

The Rochester Business Journal accepts high-resolution color, digital photos with press releases three to four weeks before publication date. Send digital submissions to nsheldon@bridgetowermedia.com. LaBella Associates announces the following new hires: Jeffrey Young as a junior bridge engineer; Deshawn Henry ...

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Explore

Grounding Grapes The 22nd annual Purple Foot Festival stops by Casa Large Vineyards this weekend. Guests both young and old can stomp grapes in the centuries-old tradition of wine-making. There will also be a hayride offering rides around the vineyard, a sangria ...

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St. John Fisher to expand nursing program

St. John Fisher will be expanding the Wegmans School of Nursing program. The college was awarded a $471,155 grant from the Department of Health and Human Services’ Behavioral Health Workforce Education and Training program. The BHWET program works to inflate ...

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Finger Lakes tourism climbs by 2.1%

Finger Lakes Visitors Connection reported today that New York State’s tourism economy saw an increase in 2016. Traveler spending reached a new high for the state at $65 billion, rising 2.7 percent, according to Tourism Economics. As for the Finger ...

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