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Daily Archives: February 18, 2009

Why is NASCAR’s big race at the beginning of the season?

First of all, I want to make it perfectly clear: I am NOT an avid lover or hater of stock car racing. I just believe it takes more guts and/or stupidity to drive a car two feet behind another car ...

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FTA green-lights Renaissance Square

The Federal Transit Administration has found that the Renaissance Square project will not have any significant adverse environmental impact on its building site, Monroe County officials announced Wednesday. The FTA’s “Finding of No Significant Impact,” or FONSI, is for the ...

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Survey: Majority supports stimulus bill

Three-quarters of New York’s residents and registered voters support the new economic stimulus bill signed into law on Tuesday, a new report by Siena Research Institute shows. Nearly 80 percent of respondents said while the bill may not be perfect, ...

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Lucid launches telemedicine system

Lucid Inc. says it has connected the first users to its VivaNet telemedicine system. The Henrietta-based company’s VivaScope technology uses reflective confocal microscopy to produce images that can help doctors assess potentially cancerous lesions with a roughly 10 minute non-invasive ...

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Trade publication honors IT firms

Two area information technology firms are included on the list of the Top 100 Managed IT Service Providers in the World by MSPmentor magazine. Structured Technologies Inc. of Rochester ranked No. 26, and Synergy Global Solutions Inc. of Pittsford ranked ...

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Agriculture board holds inaugural meeting

The first meeting of an agricultural advisory board created by U.S. Rep. Christopher Lee, R-Clarence, was held Wednesday in Batavia. The group is comprised of Western New York agricultural leaders and was created in an effort to protect and grow ...

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Trade publication names area’s ‘Best Lawyers’

Harris Beach PLLC partners Beth Ela Wilkens and Patrick Malgieri have been selected as the Rochester area’s Best Lawyers of the year in their respective areas of concentration by Best Lawyers in America. Wilkens was named in the corporate law ...

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Executives group gives scholarships

The Rochester chapter of Financial Executives International has awarded scholarships to top business students studying at Rochester’s area colleges. The Scholars Program each year gives three $1,000 scholarships to students majoring in accounting, finance or economics who are in their ...

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Executives group gives scholarships

The Rochester chapter of Financial Executives International has awarded scholarships to top business students studying at Rochester’s area colleges.

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Trade publication names area’s ‘Best Lawyers’

Harris Beach PLLC partners Beth Ela Wilkens and Patrick Malgieri have been selected as the Rochester area’s Best Lawyers of the year in their respective areas of concentration by Best Lawyers in America.

Read More »

Agriculture board holds inaugural meeting

The first meeting of an agricultural advisory board created by U.S. Rep. Christopher Lee, R-Clarence, was held Wednesday in Batavia.

Read More »

Trade publication honors IT firms

Two area information technology firms are included on the list of the Top 100 Managed IT Service Providers in the World by MSPmentor magazine.

Read More »

Survey: Majority supports stimulus bill

Three-quarters of New York’s residents and registered voters support the new economic stimulus bill signed into law on Tuesday, a new report by Siena Research Institute shows.

Read More »

FTA green-lights Renaissance Square

The Federal Transit Administration has found that the Renaissance Square project will not have any significant adverse environmental impact on its building site, Monroe County officials announced Wednesday.

Read More »