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Riedman Health Center slated for July opening (access required)

Site of the new Riedman Health Center

At the corner of North Goodman Street and East Ridge Road in Irondequoit stands a hollowed shell of a former Tops friendly market, workers scurrying in and out as the frigid December winds carry wisps of snow through the muddy parking lot. If you've driven by this corner of town in the past year, you may have noticed a sign denoting something to do with Rochester Regional Health. You may also be wondering just what exactly is going on here.

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Christmas year-round at Hillside (access required)


Nearly 3,000 Rochester-area children will find more gifts under their Christmas trees this year, thanks to a decades-old program offered by Hillside Children’s Foundation. Now in its 34th year, the organization’s Special Santa program provides presents for 1,200 to 1,500 ...

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An answer to Rochester’s brain drain (access required)

From his perch as leader of a growing software company in Rochester, Justin Copie, CEO of IT company Innovative Solutions, saw an obvious problem crippling the growth of Rochester’s promising tech buds. “I had some friends at RIT who were ...

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Tim Horton’s: A Rochester roast (access required)


The first steps into Henrietta’s Maidstone Coffee’s 40,000 square foot factory floor are greeted by the inescapable warm embrace of roasted coffee aromas. The scent hangs in the air in a way that is almost viscous, any thicker and you ...

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Fly By in Pittsford offers pop-up holiday shopping (access required)


Just like the holiday season that always comes and goes in the blink of an eye, Fly By pop-up store is now open for a limited period of time. Fly By is open for the second year in a row and is the pet project of local artist Kaaren Anderson. Located at 50 State St. in Northfield Commons in Pittsford, Fly By is a colorful, eclectic pop-up shop full of one-of-a-kind products. In this year’s store, patrons can find work from Anderson’s personal studio, Solveig Studio, as well as Chicory Farm Soap, Felto Fashion, Melissa Matson, Josh Randall, Ann Overmeyer, Michael P. Slattery, Paul Knoblauch and more.

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Autism facility to be built (access required)

What began as a vision for Mary Walsh Boatfield will become reality when the Golisano Autism Center Rochester breaks ground early next year. Boatfield, president and CEO of CP Rochester, Happiness House and Rochester Rehabilitation Inc., spent some 18 months ...

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