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Foodlink Kitchen ready to serve Rochester schools

More than 200 people gathered Wednesday to celebrate the opening of the Foodlink Kitchen. The 28,000-square-foot commercial kitchen was built at the regional food bank’s headquarters on Mt. Read Boulevard. A ceremony included donors, stakeholders and public officials, who received ...

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UR Medicine opens Outpatient Imaging Center

UR Medicine has a new Outpatient Imaging Center. (Courtesy of UR Medicine)

UR Medicine has a new Outpatient Imaging Center, the first outpatient interventional radiology clinic for the Finger Lakes region, officials announced Tuesday. The facility is a 90,000- square-foot, three-story building on East River Road. The new center includes a dedicated ...

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Nazareth College gets $650,000 grant

Nazareth College has received $650,000 in state funding to pay up to half the cost of tuition for 20 urban education students annually for the next five years, the college announced Monday. The funding is from a Teacher Opportunity II ...

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CFOs finding their roles are still evolving

In today’s fast-evolving business environment, executives and employees alike often find themselves taking on different responsibilities than what the position initially required. Chief financial officers in particular often find their talents called on in a variety of business assessments. “There’s ...

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RIT formally partners with Seneca Park Zoo

Rochester Institute of Technology and the Seneca Park Zoo Society have formally recognized their partnership in an agreement that will allow students and faculty to support the society’s initiatives, officials announced Wednesday. “This gives us the opportunity to work with ...

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