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Vincent J. Muffoletto joins Bonadio Group (access required)

Tom Bonadio

The Buffalo-based Vincent J. Muffoletto firm is the newest CPA firm to join the Bonadio Group, now upstate New York’s largest independent accounting firm. In the acquisition, second-generation owner Jim Muffoletto and two of his colleagues will be taking up ...

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Royal Oak hits $100 million milestone (access required)


Royal Oak Realty Trust Inc. has hit their first major milestone, hitting a portfolio valued at $100 million, with the acquisition of the headquarters, manufacturing and distribution facilities of GLS Companies in Brooklyn Park, Minn. Royal Oak is a private ...

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Innex builds future in ceramics (access required)

President and CEO of Innex Tom Blaszczykiewicz.

Tucked away in a quiet corner of Gates sits Innex Innovative Industries, a modest machine shop entering its seventh year in Rochester, employing just under 50 employees. Yet, behind the scenes of the understated storefront, big things are happening. Kilns fire and ...

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Warren glides into second term, Baxter takes Sheriff’s Office

Mayor Lovely Warren casting her vote on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

The results of the 2017 elections are in, with a mix of expected re-elections and surprising changes. Mayor Lovely Warren easily won a second term as mayor with 17,751 votes. Republican Tony Micciche had 5,504 votes; James Sheppard, running as an Independent, had 4,140 votes; Green Party Candidate Alex White had 1,579 votes; and Lori Thomas had 414 votes.

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NYPA announces $840,000 award for Rochester (access required)

Students from Eugenio Maria De Hostos Charter School hold up their plans for an energy efficient Rochester with Sen. Joe Robach, Commissioner Norman Jones, and MCC President Anne Kress.

The New York Power Authority (NYPA) announced Wednesday two grants totaling $840,000 to support Rochester energy-saving initiatives. Part of Cuomo's Five City Energy Plan, the two projects include $400,000 toward energy efficient lighting at 17 community and recreational facilities in Rochester, as well as $440,000 in funding for energy efficient lighting at the Blue Cross Arena, the Emergency Communications Center and the Charlotte Branch Library. In total, the projects are estimated to reduce carbon emissions by 630 tons annually, as well as save $90,000 in energy costs per year.

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