There’s little not to love about Spencerport’s first brewery, Brindle Haus Brewing Co. Dog friendly, with a set of stainless steel bowls set up in a bar-side corner to keep the pups fed, and kid friendly, with a tucked-away corner ...Read More »
Donald Batesky shakes a small bottle to show off the chemical crystals inside. To this 85-year-old chemist, shiny crystals of chemical compounds are a thing of beauty. Their formation signals that the chemical is pure, he explains, as he shows ...Read More »
Complainants in a sexual abuse case at the University of Rochester are included among the many women and two men featured in Time magazine’s Person of the Year profile for 2017. The “person” in this case is a group called ...Read More »
Two state authorities are making nearly $4 million available to help schools, government buildings and health care facilities install large-scale geothermal energy systems. The $3.8 million Geothermal Clean Energy Challenge was announced jointly Wednesday, Dec. 6, by the New York ...Read More »
Willow Domestic Violence Center has tapped a 40-year veteran of the nonprofit sector as its interim president and CEO. Bonnie DeVinney, who most recently was engaged in strategic initiatives for the United Way of Greater Rochester, will serve in the ...
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Genesee Country Village & Museum has introduced a new daytime holiday program, culminating in a Yuletide Open House Dec. 17. Eight buildings in the historic village will be open and filled with holiday activities including tree-lighting traditions and holiday music. ...
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A second case is being made against Harbor Capital Advisory Services following a recent arbitration by the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority, or FINRA, which awarded local retired teacher Elizabeth Jachles $461,000 in compensation The case that Jachles, a former Brighton ...Read More »
From stoking brand loyalty to assembling the right team, small businesses face plenty of challenges. Add the possibility of making legal mistakes, and the stakes get even higher, given that some of those missteps prove to be fledgling ventures’ undoing. ...Read More »
It’s crunch time for corporate law. In-house counsel at large companies and law firms serving major business clients both are feeling the pressure to cut costs, increase efficiency and prove their value. Corporations are making greater demands on outside firms, ...Read More »
Rochester Institute of Technology’s Saunders College of Business has made it onto Poets & Quants for Undergrads’ annual list of the top business schools in the country. This is the second year of the Poets & Quants list, and the ...Read More »
Jensen Hughes Inc., a fire and safety engineering and consulting firm based in Baltimore, has completed its acquisition of Russell Phillips and Associates LLC of Fairport, a fire and emergency management consultant. Russell Phillips and Associates LLC will continue to ...Read More »
The KeyBank Rochester Fringe Festival has been chosen to host the 2018 U.S. Association of Fringe Festivals annual conference next year. The conference will be held Nov. 5 through Nov. 7 and will include tours of the region, visits to ...Read More »