CURE Childhood Cancer Association is a nationally recognized innovator in peer-to-peer support for families with children diagnosed with cancer and blood disorders. Since 1976, CURE has been the forerunner in developing the concept of parent advocacy, long-term educational assistance and ...Read More »
MONDAY, SEPT. 18 Villa of Hope will be hosting the Tournament of Hope at Deerfield Country Club. Foursomes and sponsorships are still available and can be purchased at www.villaofhope.org or by calling Catherine Amico-Orlandini at (585) 329-3281. A Sanctuary Certified ...
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Recipients of the 23rd annual Rochester Business Journal Forty Under 40 awards have been selected. The honorees are professionals younger than 40 who demonstrate leadership in the workplace and in the community. A luncheon presentation of awards is scheduled for ...
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For Rochesterians who love the arts, September is one of the best months of the year. It’s the month when new seasons begin for most of the art institutions around town, and there is more great music, theater and dance ...Read More »
Following the New York State Board of Regents’ approval of the state’s plan for evaluating and improving its schools, New York can now submit its plan for complying with the Every Student Succeeds Act to the federal Department of Education ...Read More »
Mike Fennell put down the cheeseburger he’d been munching on and removed his beige Jimmy V Foundation baseball cap. He dragged his right hand across a head rendered bald by numerous chemotherapy sessions. “You want a positive, well, I’ll give ...Read More »
Controversial start In 1917 a group of Rochester mothers (from widely differing social circles) decided to create a school experience for their 4-year olds. At the time the Rochester area did not have a program for children of this age. ...Read More »
Republicans no longer have their sights on the Affordable Care Act—at least for now—but their efforts to repeal, replace or deeply alter it have left some in New York’s health insurance industry feeling vulnerable. “It’s making it very difficult for ...Read More »
While the future of health care in the United States remains unclear, local experts say that the 2018 benefit enrollment season won’t be impacted. That’s because almost all of the ACA’s elements are still in effect and haven’t been rolled ...Read More »
There are multiple claimants to responsibility for the opioid epidemic. The usual suspects are well examined, each sharing culpability. Perhaps less well examined is the role that insurance companies play in creating incentives by setting reimbursement rates to medical providers. ...Read More »
Hurricane Harvey just drowned Southeast Texas. The storm gained strength as it crossed the abnormally warm Gulf waters and grew to a Category 4 hurricane. Even after it made landfall and weakened to a tropical storm, Harvey continued to dump ...Read More »