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Biotech company creating RNA applications for agriculture (access required)

A biotechnology company believes the ecologically safe crop-production products made at its Rochester manufacturing facility will strengthen the agricultural economy across the country and perhaps the globe. GreenLight Biosciences is producing RNA-based sustainable solutions to chemical pesticides that are meant ...

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Bergmann to partner with Colliers Engineering & Design (access required)

A just-formed partnership with Colliers Engineering & Design eventually will lead to Rochester-based architecture, engineering and planning firm Bergmann becoming part of a new entity, CED. The partnership with Colliers Engineering & Design has been in the works since February, ...

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New bus service links Toronto to Rochester, New York City (access required)

OurBus, an intercity travel company, has launched a new route with its partner Equinox Bus Lines that will offer the only bus route between the Greater Toronto Area and Buffalo, Rochester and New York City, much like MegaBus did prior ...

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Pelican Point Marina has new owner (access required)

Pelican Point Marina along the east side of Canandaigua Lake in Rushville has been sold to Matt Winslow. Pelican Point Marina is a full-service marina offering seasonal wet and dry storage and launch services, on-water fuel and a service center ...

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COVID-19 vaccination now required for all events at Blue Cross Arena (access required)

Proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required for guests 12 and older attending any event at Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial. The mandate follows a similar requirement issued earlier this month by Pegula Sports and Entertainment for events ...

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Grants4Good makes money by finding money for others (access required)

Great ideas can come to you when you least expect them. Margit Brazda Poirier stumbled upon the idea for Grants4Good LLC while sitting on a ski lift in Lake Placid. “My husband and I were on a ski trip in ...

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New campaign aims to reduce carbon footprint (access required)

On Thursday, Sept. 23, Causewave Community Partners will unveil a new campaign to promote the use of carbon-free electricity to power the region’s buildings and vehicles. AMPED, an initiative that was developed by a number of community partners including Climate ...

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Why small to mid-sized businesses are perfect targets for hackers (access required)

There are many challenges to running a business that owners must face including the countless tasks, roles and responsibilities that keep a business running smoothly. Higher on the list of concerns for business owners is cybersecurity that can put many businesses at risk. If a breach takes place and a hacker gains access to a business’s network, a great deal ...

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Ashley HomeStore closes in Greece; plans underway to find new location (access required)

Ashley HomeStore in Greece has closed after the parent company, The Wellsville Group, said it was unable extend the lease for the furniture retailer. Opened in 2006 just off West Ridge Road along Fetzner Road, the Greece location was one ...

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Middle market enters expansion mode after one year of pandemic impact (access required)

In its second quarter 2021 survey, KeyBank asked 400 owners and executives of middle market businesses — defined as those in the $10 million to $2 billion range — how macroeconomic conditions and government policies have impacted their businesses.  The survey found that ...

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Grandfather’s memory is the magic that makes Guglielmo’s Sauce (access required)

When Paul Guglielmo was a child, he loved hearing stories about the “Tomato Lady.” The Tomato Lady was his grandfather’s mother, who during the Great Depression turned her yard into a tomato garden, canning the juicy tomatoes to trade with ...

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