When it comes to preventative discrimination training in the workplace, whether the glass is half full or half empty is open to debate. The guidance has helped workers embrace the value of diversity and inclusion, but many employers still have not put offering the training on ...Read More »
As the Greater Rochester International Airport begins the first phase of construction for its new terminal entrance canopy, motorists can expect a detour. A temporary road closure will be in effect beginning Oct. 23 for all lower-level, outer roadway traffic. ...
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Imagine Monroe, formerly the County of Monroe Industrial Development Agency, has approved assistance for two local economic development projects. The two projects include a $1.28 million addition by Gallina Development Corp. to a building it leases to Transcat Inc., and ...
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Honoring a $5 million gift from the Wegman Family Charitable Foundation, Rochester Regional Health has dubbed its newest nursing education center the “Wegman Center for Workforce Development.” The $5 million, gifted in August, was tailored to fit into Rochester Regional ...
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Victor’s IDI Billing Solutions has been selected by Albany’s FirstLight Fiber, who will be using the company’s CostGuard program. IDI is a company specializing in cloud-based billing for communications providers which enjoys partnerships with the United States Postal Service, Experian, ...Read More »
Poverty is closely linked to how our children do in school and their future success as contributing members of society, so working to have every child ready for school and then supporting them through extended learning opportunities are important steps ...Read More »
Refugees Helping Refugees will receive a nearly $200,000 grant to facilitate successful transition to life in the U.S. Rep. Louise Slaughter, D-Perinton, on Monday announced the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office of Refugee Resettlement grant that will help ...
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Two area manufacturers have been named finalists in the FuzeHub 2017 Commercialization Competition. Zero Valent NanoMetals Inc. in Rochester and VerdimiNe LLC in Geneseo will compete against 15 other companies at the two-day Jeff Lawrence manufacturing Innovation Fund in Albany ...Read More »
A longstanding staple of Rochester’s business and financial community, David Vigren, has died at the age of 76. In one of the chief highlights of his storied career in Rochester business, Vigren oversaw the 1995 conversion of Eastman Savings and Loan ...Read More »
A new partnership between Five Star Bank and Allpoint spells saved money at the ATM for the bank’s clients. Allpoint is an international company that gives clients of partnered banks the ability to take out cash, surcharge free, from any ATM ...Read More »
Drivers who exit onto Lyell Avenue from Route 390 North will need to find an alternate route beginning Friday. The New York State Department of Transportation will shut down the ramp to Lyell on Friday, and it is expected to ...Read More »
Rochester Accessible Adventures Inc. has received a $10,000 infusion of capital to promote inclusion in active recreation opportunities for individuals with disabilities. The donation comes from Monroe Wheelchair President and CEO Doug Westerdahl, and will be used to create a ...
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Philanthropist B. Thomas Golisano will be honored at Rochester Institute of Technology Friday, Oct. 20, as the university acknowledges his contributions, especially those for people with developmental disabilities. The event Friday afternoon will take place at an exhibit on the ...Read More »