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Free admission Saturday at The Strong in honor of Juneteenth  (access required)

In partnership with the Rochester Area Community Foundation and Greater Rochester Martin Luther King Jr. Commission, The Strong is offering free general admission and parking this Saturday in celebration of Juneteenth.   The event is part of a larger, community celebration ...

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Premier Packaging opens new site in Henrietta   (access required)

Premier Packaging Corp. officially opened a 105,000 square-foot, newly constructed, manufacturing facility in Wiregrass Business Park in Henrietta this week. The $6.2 million project is expected to create up to 37 jobs and retain 52.

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Fed rate hike means more pain for homebuyers (access required)

More potential homebuyers will be priced out of the already tight housing market and others will scale back their price point after today's rate hike by the Federal Reserve, according to the National Association of Realtors.

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TES Staffing opens new offices in historic Park Avenue home (access required)

Sometimes fate is just impossible to ignore. When Brian Harding joined The Employment Store as a staffing representative a decade or so ago, his first sales call was with an insurance and wealth management firm in a historic building at 600 Park Ave.

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Business activity was little changed in New York this month, outlook remains subdued, survey shows   (access required)

Business activity was little changed in New York, according to firms responding to the June Empire State Manufacturing Survey.  After declining last month, manufacturing activity in the state held steady. The general business conditions index climbed ten points to -1.2. ...

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Mayor Evans’ budget approved by City Council (access required)

Rochester City Council approved the first fiscal budget submitted by Mayor Malik Evans, a $627.4 million spending plan that focuses on priorities of both the new administration and City Council.

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