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Economic equality is the focus of upcoming event in Rochester (access required)

The Levine Center to End Hate at the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester will host Black Prosperity: Achieving the Unfulfilled Promise of Economic Equality from 8 to 10 a.m. on Wednesday, June 15th at Kilbourn Hall at the Eastman School of Music.  

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Pace hosts open house at new facility   (access required)

Pace Electronics hosted a ribbon cutting and open house Thursday at the firm’s new facility on State Route 104 in Williamson, Wayne County.   The event was attended by town, county and state representatives, as well as the company’s owners, ...

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ACT Rochester delivers results of Annual Report Card, region trailing state in several areas  (access required)

ACT Rochester delivered its annual Report Card this morning to a live audience of more than 150 representing the government, business, nonprofit, faith-based and education sectors.   The event focused on the urgency of making change happen after several years ...

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Graham reports Q4 results, announces new strategic plan   (access required)

Graham Corp. reported an increase in year-over-year fourth-quarter sales before markets opened Thursday.  The Batavia, Genesee County manufacturer reported net sales of $39.7 million, up 55 percent from sales of $25.7 million during last year’s quarter.   The increase was ...

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Leadership Rochester plans downtown scavenger hunt to celebrate 30-year anniversary  (access required)

Leadership Rochester will host a downtown scavenger hunt and celebration reception on Thursday, July 28 to celebrate thirty years of strengthening leaders and creating positive community impact.  The ROCExplorer Challenge scavenger hunt is a team activity designed to showcase local ...

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Villa of Hope unveils mental health, substance use disorder resource  (access required)

Villa of Hope held a ribbon cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon for The Steven Center for Behavioral Health, which will help the agency provide individuals with a comprehensive behavioral health continuum of care.  The center will be part of the organization’s ...

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RIT convenes panel to address talent gap in region   (access required)

“This will be an ongoing conversation between RIT, government, employers and individuals about how higher education can help bridge the gap between education and the job economy.” 

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