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Chase-Pitkin closes Ridgemont store

Chase-Pitkin Hardware Plus in Ridgemont Plaza in Greece is closing. Hardware Plus was opened by Chase-Pitkin Home & Garden in 1997 to test the concept of a smaller, neighborhood hardware store.

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Harris wins radio contracts of more than $30 million

Harris Corp. said Thursday it has been awarded Falcon II radio contracts by the U.S. Army valued at more than $30 million. The devices are manufactured at RF Communications division in Rochester.

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Wine firm stock up after Mondavi deal

Constellation Brands Inc.’s agreement to acquire California’s Robert Mondavi Corp. for some $1.36 billion in cash and assumed debt sent its stock climbing Thursday.

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Wine firm stock up after Mondavi deal

Constellation Brands Inc.’s agreement to acquire California’s Robert Mondavi Corp. for some $1.36 billion in cash and assumed debt sent its stock climbing Thursday. Constellation announced late Wednesday that it had signed an agreement to acquire Mondavi. The stock was ...

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Harris wins radio contracts of more than $30 million

Harris Corp. said Thursday it has been awarded Falcon II radio contracts by the U.S. Army valued at more than $30 million. The devices are manufactured at RF Communications division in Rochester. The contracts are for AN/PRC-117F manpack and vehicular ...

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Chase-Pitkin closes Ridgemont store

Chase-Pitkin Hardware Plus in Ridgemont Plaza in Greece is closing. Hardware Plus was opened by Chase-Pitkin Home & Garden in 1997 to test the concept of a smaller, neighborhood hardware store. President William Strassburg said there was a viable tenant ...

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Dow climbs on falling oil prices, Altria news

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was up more than 180 points in trading Thursday as oil prices tumbled more than $2, and tobacco and food company Altria Group Inc. surged after its CEO said it may split into two or ...

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Report: Ashcroft likely to resign before Bush inauguration

Attorney General John Ashcroft is likely to leave his post before the start of President George Bush’s second term, senior aides said Thursday. Ashcroft, 62, is described as exhausted from leading the Justice Department in fighting the domestic war on ...

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Arafat reportedly slips into coma, but still alive

A gravely ill Yasser Arafat reportedly slipped into a coma and anxious Palestinian officials held an emergency meeting Thursday on how to prevent unrest while their 75-year-old leader was fighting for his life. A swirl of reports that Arafat died ...

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Bush outlines plans for second term

President George Bush sketched a second-term agenda Thursday that includes fighting the worldwide war on terror while seeking tax and Social Security reform. “I earned capital in the campaign-political capital-and now I intend to spend it,” he said at a ...

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As cousin Billy Bob would put it, plus ça change …

It was a few days after the Boston Red Sox, my beloved BoSox, crawled out of their 0-3 coffin and torched the New York Stinkees in four straight to win the ALCS, then swept St. Louis in the World Series. ...

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