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Owner: St. John Fisher College Location: Pittsford Project information: Construction of Hermance Family Chapel of St. Basil the Great. Cost: $4.4 million Start date: July 2016 Expected completion date: June 2017 Construction manager: LeChase Construction Architect: LaBella Associates DPC Owner: ...

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Nonprofit Report: Journeys of Solutions Inc.

A Weekly Profile of a Local Nonprofit Organization Journeys of Solutions Inc., incorporated in 2008, helps volunteers organize service projects that will benefit people living in developing countries. Often the volunteers organizing the projects have traveled to developing countries, visited ...

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The List: Apartment Complexes

Apartment complexes are ranked by the average of the high and low end of the rental range for two-bedroom apartments. For properties without two-bedroom apartments, the average one-bedroom rent was used.  All properties listed have full-time maintenance staffs and laundry ...

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Spotlight

Ontario County only one in area to gain population Ontario County was one of 15 New York counties whose population increased between July 1, 2011 and July 1, 2016, according to the latest U.S. Census Bureau population estimates released yesterday. ...

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Stymied pitcher reclaims love of baseball in France

Don Kladstrup’s wife was reading the newspaper one rainy day nine years ago at their home in France, not far from the D-Day landing beaches in Normandy, when she stumbled upon a story about a local baseball team. 

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Secrets revealed about sausages and nuclear power

Realpolitik over health care:  The American Health Care Act--U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan’s “repeal & replace” law--proves the truth of the maxim: “Laws are like sausages--it is best not to see them being made” (misattributed to Otto von Bismarck).

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Sports history has been filled with ‘hair’ apparents

You may have missed it during the sports madness that is March, but one of the New York Yankees top prospects recently survived a hair-raising experience with a pair of barber’s shears. Known as much for his wild, flowing, shoulder-length red locks as for his ability to pulverize baseballs, Clint Frazier avoided a confrontation over the team’s appearance policy and had his long hair hacked off. 

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