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APC expands operations in Western N.Y. (access required)

American Packaging Corp. is in growth mode, opening a new manufacturing facility in the Western United States and gearing up for a roughly $70 million expansion project at its Churchville location, which will add local jobs, square-footage and additional equipment.

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DiMarco companies donate use of private plane to Special Olympics Airlift (access required)

When organizers of the Special Olympics Airlift reached out to John and Joel DiMarco about joining the annual event to transport athletes to and from the competition site, they quickly said yes. The DiMarco brothers donated use of their Beechcraft ...

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Taylor Heating sold to HomeServe USA (access required)

Taylor Heating, Inc., which has been been providing heating, air conditioning and plumbing services for 75 years, has been sold to HomeServe USA. HomeServe, headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., provides service plans, repair and installation services for homeowners. Taylor Heating was ...

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PathStone’s Skyview Park Apartments a model for big-box adaptive reuse (access required)

When Amy Casciani looked at the shuttered remnants of retail vitality on the former Irondequoit Mall complex a few years back, she didn’t see urban/suburban blight, she saw a solution to a problem. Monroe County, like just about every other ...

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“Handcrafted Hotel” episode featuring local firm airs tonight   (access required)

A local millwork contractor will be featured tonight on an episode of the “Handcrafted Hotel” series airing on Magnolia Network and Discovery+.   Pioneer Millworks’ Farmington campus will be featured on the episode, which will contain interviews with the company’s ...

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Urban League’s YouthBuild receives $1.1 million in federal funding (access required)

The Urban League of Rochester’s YouthBuild program is receiving $1.1 million in federal Department of Labor funding to continue providing job training and educational opportunities for participants ages 18-24 who dropped out of high school. YouthBuild provides Pre-Apprenticeship Certificate Training ...

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Morelle Jr. named UNiCON executive director (access required)

Joseph Morelle Jr. has been named executive director of UNiCON Rochester, an association representing the construction industry in the nine-county Finger Lakes region. As executive director, Morelle’s duties include furthering workforce and economic development initiatives for UNiCON (Unions and Businesses ...

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