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Lagree Fitness, indoor dog park set to open in Webster (access required)

Woofs Canine Club & Indoor Dog Park will launch from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday at 187 W. Main St. while the former To The Core Pilates officially will relaunch as To The Core Lagree Fitness on Jan. 28 in Towne Center plaza at 1028 Ridge Rd.

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NY ranks third in LEED-certified building per capita for 2022 (access required)

New York ranked third on the U.S. Green Building Council’s list of states at the forefront of green construction, with Massachusetts earning the top spot. The USGBC annual list ranks states based on the most LEED-certified gross square footage per ...

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Amazon sets new opening timetable for Gates fulfillment center (access required)

Amazon expects to open the fulfillment center in Gates early in the third quarter (file photo by Kevin Oklobzija).

While Amazon last year paused the launch of many of its newly built facilities across the country due to changing economic conditions and apparent supply chain issues, the company said it is definitely moving forward with the suburban Rochester location.

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Paychex survey reveals business leaders’ top concerns   (access required)

According to the survey, 85 percent of business leaders said they anticipate their revenue to increase year-over-year. However, they reported that the challenges of the past three years have contributed to ongoing stress.  

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Sunnking’s free recycling event for businesses benefits Camp Good Days (access required)

Electronic recycler Sunnking has launched registration for its 13th annual eScrap for Camp fundraiser to benefit Camp Good Days & Special Times. The program recycles company and employee electronics to raise money for the camp, a nonprofit that improves the ...

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Closed sales hit eight-year low, sales eclipsed new price level in county (access required)

The median time on the market for houses in January was 47 days, a year-over-year increase of seven days, according to (file photo by Kevin Oklobzija).

"The Rochester real estate market cooled somewhat in 2022 as indicated by the decline in closed sales," Mike O’Connor, GRAR president, said in a news release. "The frantic pace of the last couple of years is slowing, but there are still many active buyers who are continually on the lookout for new listings."

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