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Mary’s Place receives $50,000 in Assembly funding for refugee outreach (access required)

Mary’s Place, a refugee outreach center serving the Maplewood and Edgerton neighborhoods, has received $50,000 in funding from the New York State Assembly. The money will be used to cover costs associated with outreach, case management and language translation services. ...

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Li-Cycle to upsize capacity of Rochester operation (access required)

Li-Cycle Holdings Corp. plans to increase capacity at its commercial Hub facility that is in development at the Eastman Business Park to meet accelerating demand for battery recycling.   Company officials estimate the Hub facility will require a total capital ...

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Delta-X announces $25 million project at Eastman Business Park, 102 new jobs (access required)

Delta-X Global Corp. will establish its U.S. research and manufacturing headquarters in Rochester, as part of a $25 million project that is expected to create up to 102 new jobs in the region.   The Toronto-based company expects the advanced technology business, named Delta-X Imagine, ...

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Mortgage servicers still must provide COVID-19 related relief, James warns (access required)

Mortgage servicers have been told they still should be providing long-term relief to homeowners impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in accordance with state and federal regulations or face penalties and enforcement actions. In a letter from New York State Attorney ...

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Bausch + Lomb completes building expansion, adds to local workforce (access required)

Bausch + Lomb has completed its local manufacturing facility expansion, the company announced Tuesday.   The 115,000-square-foot building includes new state-of-the art production lines that are now manufacturing the company’s daily disposable silicone hydrogel contact lenses, Bausch + Lomb INFUSE.  ...

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Finding the architecture in infrastructure (access required)

It’s probably not the right thing for an architect and business owner to admit, but by the time the new $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Bill passed I was too tired of all the discussion to actually take the time to understand ...

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Hochul says masks now required in all public indoor spaces (access required)

Masks must now be worn in all indoor public spaces in New York — from restaurants to grocery stores to arenas — if the business or venue does not require proof of COVID-19 vaccination to enter. The state is defining ...

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KORE to expand, add up to 52 jobs in $1.2M project (access required)

KORE, an IoT solutions and management services firm, is expanding its local operations and adding jobs as part of a $1.2 million project.   The Georgia-based firm is moving its local operation from Rochester into larger digs on Monroe Avenue in Pittsford in ...

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L3Harris awarded multimillion dollar contract from DOD (access required)

L3Harris Technologies Inc. has been awarded a $45.8 million Department of Defense contract for manpack radio development at its Rochester manufacturing facility.  The man pack software programmable digital radios provide servicemembers with the encryption and communication capabilities necessary for operational security ...

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Five finalists announced for 2021 Matchstick Prize (access required)

Causewave Community Partners have announced this year’s finalists for the Matchstick Prize, an award that recognizes one small but mighty nonprofit for its meaningful impact on the Greater Rochester Area.   More than 60 nominations were received. The five finalists are:   Court ...

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Law firm: Allegations against RCSD Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small unfounded (access required)

Allegations of sexual harassment and retaliation against Rochester City School District Superintendent Lesli Myers-Small and two other district employees against another employee are unsubstantiated, according to the law firm hired by the district to oversee the investigation.   Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP was retained by ...

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Rochester firm awarded Phase II SBIR funding (access required)

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology has awarded more than $3.5 million to 17 small businesses across the country — including one in Rochester — for advancing technologies in manufacturing, privacy and medical diagnostics.   ...

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New collaboration focuses on primary care and behavioral health in Latino neighborhoods (access required)

His Branches Community Health Center, Ibero-American Action League and Finger Lakes Performing Provider System are collaborating to address health and health care disparities among the Latino population in the city of Rochester; disparities that they have found to be highlighted and intensified by the COVID-19 ...

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