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Common Ground Health to host annual health equity conference   (access required)

The African American and Latino Health Coalitions, convened by Common Ground Health, will host the annual Speak Life! Health Equity Conference from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on April 23.  The virtual conference – entitled Revive –  is free, open ...

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Workforce Diversity Network names new executive director   (access required)

The Workforce Diversity Network will have a new executive director May 1, when Michael D’Arcangelo takes the helm, succeeding Mike Streeter who is retiring from the role he has held for 26 years.   Streeter will remain president and on the ...

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TSA extends mask mandate on public transportation (access required)

The Transportation Security Administration today announced it has extended the mask mandate on public transportation for another 15 days, through May 3. The Security Directives and Emergency Amendment pertains to modes of public transportation as well as transportation hubs. The ...

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Imagine RIT festival returns in-person April 23  (access required)

After going virtual for 2021, the Imagine RIT: Creativity and Innovation Festival is back in person, planned from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sat., April 23, on the Rochester Institute of Technology campus in Henrietta.  More than 250 exhibits from more ...

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Wegmans collaborates with NSF on new Verified with Confidence program  (access required)

Wegmans Food Markets is collaborating with NSF, a global public health organization, to launch its Verified with Confidence program for all dietary supplements, herbals, probiotics and CBD-containing products sold at Wegmans.   “We have been concerned about inconsistent requirements in testing ...

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Genesee CARES grant awards approved for 22 businesses across county  (access required)

Genesee County has awarded 22 local businesses $875,000 through the Genesee CARES Business Recovery Fund.   For-profit businesses with 25 or less employees who experienced adverse economic impacts due to the COVID-19 pandemic were eligible to receive funding.  Genesee CARES awards ...

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No jail or restitution for Robert Morgan after guilty plea (access required)

What began nearly four years ago as an alleged massive fraud conspiracy is about to end with a lenient sentence for the man who government prosecutors once claimed was a mastermind of sophisticated criminal activity within his real estate enterprise. ...

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Eastman alum, actor Lance Reddick to deliver UR commencement address (access required)

The University of Rochester’s commencement will be held in person on Friday, May 13 in Fauver Stadium in the Brian F. Prince Athletic Complex on River Campus.   Actor Lance Reddick, who studied classical composition at the Eastman School of ...

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Cook Properties now owns state’s largest manufactured home portfolio (access required)

Cook Properties has become the largest owner/operator of manufactured housing communities in New York after the acquisition of a 54-park portfolio from Caledonia-based Affordable Great Locations. The purchase, which includes 2,300 pads, is a joint venture partnership with Waterfall Asset ...

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