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On stage with music notes


On stage with music notes Doc Severinsen, iconic trumpeter and legendary bandleader for “The Tonight Show,” is performing in Rochester. Accompanied by renowned singer Vanessa Thomas—best known for her five octave range—Severinsen will perform along with Sonic Era Jazz Orchestra, ...

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SALT cap not hitting local market—yet

Rich Battisti

The SALT cap hasn’t made itself felt in the Rochester area’s residential real estate market—so far. “The majority of our service area is not significantly affected,” says Andy Kachaylo, president of the Greater Rochester Association of Realtors, (GRAR) which serves ...

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New York’s prevailing problem (access required)


The smoke from Amazon’s tires as it peeled out of New York had barely cleared when Albany’s next bad-for-business measure started to pick up steam: expanding prevailing wage. Prevailing wage is a requirement in state labor law that dictates how ...

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