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St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center selects new leader (access required)

St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center Inc. has named Jennifer Sahrle as its new executive director. She brings more than 15 years of health care experience to the role. “Jennifer has the heart and spirit to guide the mission of the center,” ...

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Strong culture is the foundation of a successful rebrand (access required)

When I was growing up, my mother often reminded me that “you can’t judge a book by its cover” and “beauty is only skin deep.” Those were important lessons for an image-conscious teenager. But I don’t think the lessons apply to companies ...

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Nelms has found a path to success at East High (access required)

Shaun Nelms said no to the East High School Educational Partnership Organization (EPO) superintendent job several times before finally accepting the offer in 2016. That’s what past experiences will do to you. “Frankly, my experience as a school chief was ...

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Royal Car Wash to be sold to Arizona-based firm (access required)

Royal Car Wash, a division of Daniele Management & Development, will be sold to Arizona-based GO Car Wash. There are just over a dozen Royal Car Wash locations across Rochester, Buffalo and Syracuse, with approximately 300 employees. The franchise started ...

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Optical transceiver firm receives nine patents (access required)

Rochester’s Precision Optical Transceivers Inc., a leading provider of optical transceivers and related active/passive optical components, has acquired nine patents from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office in the areas of optical networking, integrated photonics and photonic radio systems. The ...

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Demand for AWS cloud services fuels rapid growth for Innovative Solutions (access required)

The tidal wave of businesses migrating to the cloud during the COVID-19 pandemic has been a boon to Innovative Solutions. The company’s own day-of-reckoning moment, however, began three years earlier, which is one reason the recent workload has increased so ...

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Baudo named head of school at Allendale Columbia (access required)

Shannon Baudo has been named head of school at Allendale Columbia School, the first woman to hold the post. Baudo has been serving as interim head of school and has worked in various leadership positions during her seven years at ...

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Four EV charging stations added at Batavia businesses (access required)

The city of Batavia last week marked the installation of four new electric vehicle charging stations. City officials were joined by community leaders and representatives of National Grid to commemorate the installation that was made possible by National Grid’s Make-Ready ...

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Big changes in SBA’s EIDL program sparks new interest (access required)

Businesses continuing to struggle under the COVID-19 pandemic received another potential life line on September 7, 2021, when the U.S. Small Business Administration announced changes to the COVID-19 Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program (EIDL). These changes include an increase in the size ...

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