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Cuomo: Emergency is over, ‘get out of the house’ (access required)

Normalcy will return to New York when the pandemic-induced state of emergency officially ends tomorrow, some 424 days after Gov. Andrew Cuomo first implemented drastic shutdown measures in an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19. Cuomo made the announcement ...

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Limitless Physical Therapy acquiring Specialty Physical Therapy (access required)

Limitless Physical Therapy of Victor will acquire Brighton-based Specialty Physical Therapy. Limitless Physical Therapy was founded in 2010 by Dan Bajus and specializes in comprehensive orthopedic and vestibular physical therapy. Specialty PT launched in 2004 under the direction of Wendy ...

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Revive Fitness offers alternative to routine workouts (access required)

A new fitness studio in Perinton that specialize in fitness, light therapy and recovering will celebrate its grand-opening ribbon cutting on Friday. Revive Fitness at 617 Whitney Rd. W. features small group, high-intensity, interval-style training classes for all levels of ...

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CurAte offers new spin on Rochester’s culinary scene (access required)

A local startup is focused on providing community members with Rochester-based culinary experiences. The idea for CurAte grew out of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a way to help struggling businesses who were forced last year to either shift to a ...

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Universal day care, broadband for all must become priorities, Morelle says (access required)

Universal day care and an expansion of broadband availability are priorities that Congress must address, according to Rep. Joe Morelle (D-Irondequoit). In order to revive a sagging workforce, improvements in the availability and affordability of child care are necessary. “With ...

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Brandmint acquires Virginia-based agency (access required)

Brandmint, a full-service marketing agency located in Rochester, has acquired Virginia-based Native Collab. Brandmint specializes in strategy, content creation, pay-per-click, digital media buying and traditional media campaigning and has clients in higher education, professional services, real estate development, consumer goods ...

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Merchants sought for return of Roc Holiday Village (access required)

Applications from merchants, vendors and restaurants for the third annual Roc Holiday Village are now being accepted. Roc Holiday Village is an outdoor festival at Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Park at Manhattan Square featuring family friendly events, shopping, ...

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Footprint of family owned Bay Tile spans across Rochester (access required)

From the conference room in the Humboldt Street office of Bay Tile, Marble & Terrazzo Corp., John DiProsa can look out the window and see East High School. Some 60 years ago, DiProsa earned his high school diploma from East ...

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Special Touch Bakery receives state Senate’s Empire Award (access required)

Special Touch Bakery received the New York State Senate Empire Award for excellence in business at the recommendation of Sen. Jeremy Cooney (D-Rochester). Special Touch Bakery, on Mt. Read Boulevard in Rochester, is a nonprofit whose Purpose for All mission ...

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Gascon promoted to CEO at KJT Group (access required)

Michaela Gascon has been promoted to CEO of KJT Group, an evidence-based consulting firm located in Honeoye Falls. Gascon had assumed the role of president in January 2020 and now takes over from company founder Kenneth Tomaszewski was CEO. Tomaszewski ...

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New Monroe County relief program will help cultural organizations (access required)

Monroe County will allocate up to $2 million in CARES Act funding to provide financial assistance to the arts and cultural sector. JumpstARTS will allow small- to medium-sized arts and cultural organizations to apply for funding. The sector was hard ...

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