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Greenlight Networks founder Mark Murphy helps expand high speed internet access (access required)

Mark Murphy had a successful career of almost 20 years as an executive in the high-tech communications industry, with a track record that would have probably led to even more lucrative top-tier job opportunities that would provide long-term financial security ...

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New MCC president named (access required)

A Minnesota college administrator has been named the sixth president of Monroe Community College. Dr. DeAnna R. Burt-Nanna was recommended by the MCC board of trustees and her appointment was confirmed Tuesday by the State University of New York board ...

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Finding the right fit (access required)

John Gilmore is not a lawyer. As the founder of BarkerGilmore, the legal recruiting firm based in Fairport, it makes sense that the first question most people ask him is if he’s a lawyer. Gilmore received his bachelor’s degree and ...

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‘Be yourself’ mentality (access required)

Randi Proukou wants the members of GRAWA (Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys) to let their guard down a little. As president of the Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys Proukou wants to know about all the stresses and struggles ...

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Rochester’s Mayor Warren indicted on campaign finance charges (access required)

Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren and others have been indicted on charges accusing them of violating state Election Law. A Monroe County grand jury indicted Warren, Albert Jones Jr. and Rosiland Brooks Harris with first-degree scheme to defraud and violation ...

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New court will address pandemic-related evictions (access required)

Court officials and local leaders have announced a new effort to help tenants facing possible eviction because of the COVID-19 pandemic. On Thursday, Monroe County Executive Adam Bello, U.S Rep. Joe Morelle, Seventh Judicial District Administrative Judge Craig Doran, and ...

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Changing of the guard at Phillips Lytle LLP (access required)

Kevin J. Mulvehill is the new office leader for the Rochester office of Phillips Lytle LLP. Mulvehill, 39, replaces Richard M. Beers Jr., who held the position for about 15 years. Beers, 61, is not retiring and will continue to ...

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Peter J. Glennon elected Rochester Rotary president (access required)

Attorney Peter J. Glennon has been elected president of Rochester Rotary. Glennon’s term will run through June 2021. During his term, the club will enter its 110th year and it will begin the 100th anniversary celebration of Rochester Rotary Sunshine ...

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Public defender hires diversity and inclusion officer (access required)

Attorney Danielle Ponder has joined the Monroe County Public Defender’s Office in the newly created position of Special Assistant Public Defender – Diversity and Inclusion Officer. As part of the executive leadership team, Ponder will guide the office’s efforts to ...

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A Monroe County Bar leader for challenging times (access required)

The continuing effort to address the COVID-19 pandemic and the nationwide protests triggered by the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis will undoubtedly influence Jill Paperno’s upcoming tenure as president of the Monroe County Bar Association. Paperno, first assistant Monroe ...

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Cellino and Barnes finalizing their split (access required)

Ross Cellino and Stephen Barnes have worked out a confidential settlement agreement and a referee has been named to finalize the details of the breakup of the iconic personal injury firm. Although the breakup of their personal injury firm Cellino ...

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Finger Lakes region enters Phase 3 of reopening Friday (access required)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Thursday that five regions of the state have been cleared to enter Phase 3 of reopening on Friday: Central New York, Mohawk Valley, Southern Tier, the Finger Lakes and the North Country. “I am pleased Monroe ...

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