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A leader focused on the details

Hard work is a way of life for Monroe County Executive Cheryl Dinolfo and it always has been. She gave birth to her eldest son while in law school and only missed one day of class. She got four days ...

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Banking on a hometown talent

Commercial banker Matthew Tipple has traveled the world, but when it came to raising a family, he found there is no place like home. The McQuaid High School graduate takes over as market executive for middle market commercial banking in ...

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Tending to a Rochester jewel

For 40 years, James Farr has been a champion of Rochester, helping the city’s parks and public market thrive by connecting the right people to the right project, all united under one vision. As director of the Rochester Public Market, ...

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Digging deep into local history

Not long after Christine Ridarsky became Rochester’s city historian, she ventured into a storage area in the stacks of the Rochester Public Library. At least 50 boxes of historical research material left behind by her long-tenured predecessors were waiting to ...

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Leading firm amid industry change

In 1973, Mark Cleary was riding his bike along Monroe Avenue, stopping at stores and applying for jobs. He happened upon Price’s Sea Foods, which was opening a location at Twelve Corners in Brighton, and the owner hired him on ...

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