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Daily Archives: December 4, 2008

Low-fare bus line adds stop in Henrietta

Low-fare bus company NeOn has added stops at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Henrietta on its New York to Toronto route, officials announced Thursday. The company is a joint operation of Greyhound Lines Inc., Adirondack Transit Lines Inc. and ...

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Eastman professor, alumni get Grammy nods

Paul O’Dette, professor of lute at the Eastman School of Music and an internationally respected performer and scholar of Renaissance and Baroque music, has received his fifth Grammy Award nomination. O’Dette, who won a Grammy in 1996, will face two ...

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Suit settled; Rite Aid to pay state $1.3M

The state Attorney General’s office has settled with Rite Aid Corp. for $1.3 million after its investigation uncovered sales of expired products at stores throughout the state. The expired products included over-the-counter drugs, baby formula, milk and eggs at 122 ...

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City seeks proposals for Midtown Tower

Requests for proposals were issued Thursday for the potential sale and renovation of the Midtown Tower, city of Rochester officials said. City officials are exploring possible uses for the building as part of the Midtown Plaza redevelopment project. “This tower ...

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15 charged in thefts from county

Monroe County officials on Thursday announced the arrest of a county employee and 14 building trades workers for stealing wages from county coffers. The arrests were made after an investigation of maintenance and construction workers uncovered alleged fraud and theft ...

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Pictometry maps deal with Mexican firm

Pictometry International Corp. has inked an international technology license agreement with Civis Information Technologies of Ciudad Victoria, Mexico. Civis is an emerging aerial survey, geospatial and information technology company focused on Latin American and Caribbean markets, Pictometry officials said. Civis ...

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Bills fans deserve better than crash-and-burn season

It’s time to confess: Sports writers—although not all of us—are fans or become fans of the teams they cover. Oh, they might not admit it and it rarely, if ever, shows up in their work—that is, if they are responsible ...

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FRIDAY, DEC. 5 Brighton’s Best Chapter of Business Network International Meeting—Free—7 – 8:30 a.m.—Hawthorne’s Restaurant, 3500 East Ave.—Also offered Dec. 12—Call Ben Levy at 442-7014 for additional information. Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority Monthly Board Meeting—Free—Noon—372 E. Main St.—Also offered Jan. ...

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Pictometry maps deal with Mexican firm

Pictometry International Corp. has inked an international technology license agreement with Civis Information Technologies of Ciudad Victoria, Mexico.

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15 charged in thefts from county

Monroe County officials on Thursday announced the arrest of a county employee and 14 building trades workers for stealing wages from county coffers.

Read More »

City seeks proposals for Midtown Tower

Requests for proposals were issued Thursday for the potential sale and renovation of the Midtown Tower, city of Rochester officials said.

Read More »

Suit settled; Rite Aid to pay state $1.3M

The state Attorney General’s office has settled with Rite Aid Corp. for $1.3 million after its investigation uncovered sales of expired products at stores throughout the state.

Read More »

Eastman professor, alumni get Grammy nods

Paul O’Dette, professor of lute at the Eastman School of Music and an internationally respected performer and scholar of Renaissance and Baroque music, has received his fifth Grammy Award nomination.

Read More »

Low-fare bus line adds stop in Henrietta

Low-fare bus company NeOn has added stops at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and Henrietta on its New York to Toronto route, officials announced Thursday. The company is a joint operation of Greyhound Lines Inc., Adirondack Transit Lines Inc. and ...

Read More »