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Urban Land Institute New York seeks project nominations

Urban Land Institute New York has opened nominations for its second annual Awards for Excellence in Development, a statewide contest for responsible land use and development practices.

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Kilbourn receives fresh look

Kilbourn Hall at the University of Rochester’s Eastman School of Music welcomed students Wednesday in the annual tradition of convocation, and this year the historic hall unveiled $700,000 in renovations. The improvement to the world-famous chamber hall, built by George ...

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RPO to kick off new season with Carnevale!

The Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Inc. kicks off its new season with Carnevale! The Venetian gala and fundraiser is slated to take place Sept. 14 at the Wintergarden at One Bausch and Lomb Place, officials announced Tuesday.

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RIT, Genesee Country Village to partner

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Rochester Institute of Technology and the Genesee Country Village and Museum officials on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate.

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Nominees sought for Canandaigua Athena Award

The Canandaigua Athena Steering Committee seeks nominees for its Canandaigua Athena Award and its Canandaigua Athena Young Professional Leadership Award. 

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Nonprofit Report: Rochester School for the Deaf

Rochester School for the Deaf was established on Feb. 4, 1876, as the Western New York Institution for Deaf Mutes. Existing buildings at 70 S. St. Paul St., now South Avenue, near the corner of Broad Street, were prepared to ...

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Henderson Ford launches book drive for school

Now in its sixth year, Henderson Ford’s “You Share. Kids Explore!” program collects new and used children’s books and donates them to students at School No. 50, Helen Barrett Montgomery. Last year, the program collected more than 1,300 books.

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House of Mercy launching capital campaign

House of Mercy Inc. is launching a capital campaign to help finish the renovation of its new building at 285 Ormond St. that is expected eventually to provide almost 90 emergency shelter beds along with more kitchen, dining and office space.

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The Strong looks to adults for growth

The Strong is looking to increase its business by targeting adults. The museum is expanding its domestic and international group tour programs and has added a new position to focus on such sales. Karen Dodson, with 20 years of experience ...

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PepsiCo, Tops partner to provide help to families in need

About 800 Rochester families received food and personal care products from an annual partnership involving PepsiCo Inc., Tops Friendly Markets and the nonprofit Feed the Children.  

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