Webster Planning Board set to review Fairlife facility plans
The facility will sit on a 106-acre site just north of Route 104 and east of Basket Road.
Farmer’s Market returns to The Mall at Greece Ridge
The Farmer's Market at The Mall at Greece Ridge, a tradition for more than 30 years, begins its 2023 run on Thursday.
Application window for next Grow-NY competition is open
Grow-NY connects innovators and investors in the food, beverage and agriculture sectors from across the globe. Startups compete for $3 million in prize money, as well as support during the development phase of their business.
New contest provides support for dairy product entrepreneurs
Cornell University's Center for Regional Economic Advancement (CREA) is producing the competition in partnership with the Northeast Dairy Foods Research Center. The Northeast Dairy Business Innovation Center has provided a $1 million grant.
Craft Cannery, Sweet Pea win big in Grow-NY competition
Empire State Development funds the Grow-NY competition through its Upstate Revitalization Initiative (URI), CNY Rising, Finger Lakes Forward, and Southern Tier Soaring.
Foodlink’s community farm receives state funding for education center
The Lexington Avenue Community Farm was founded in 2011 and provides space for 65 families to grow approximately 6,000 pounds of food for their households each year, Foodlink says.
Black Button Distilling breaks ground on new tasting room and distillery in Rochester
The tasting room at the new site is expected to open in the summer of 2023. Until then, the Black Button Distilling location at 85 Railroad St. will remain open.
City will allot $14.5M in ARPA funding for workforce development
Nine organizations will use $14.5 million in federal funding allotted to Rochester to engage more than 3,000 residents in workforce development and entrepreneurship training.
Record number of students learn about in-demand jobs in region
The event’s goal is to prepare GLOW Region youth for successful careers by introducing them directly to professionals and active career activities tied to in-demand jobs.
EmGenisys improves pregnancy outcomes of embryo transfer in livestock
EmGenisys is one of the startups from around the world working with the Luminate NY accelerator at NextCorps in downtown Rochester.
Workforce development, public health priorities in allotting ARPA funds
Funding recipients must be approved by the Monroe County Legislature in November.
Want to work in the cannabis market? Check out this job fair
Job seekers should bring several copies of their resumes. Professional attire is required.