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Foundry launches training program for bitcoin mining technicians (access required)

Rochester-based Foundry Digital LLC has launched Foundry Academy, an initiative to train and develop technicians for the bitcoin mining industry.   The program’s first session ended in May, with all students now employed at various companies throughout the mining industry.   ...

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OWL AI to expand in Monroe County  (access required)

Employees of OWL AI pose outside their headquarters building.

OWL AI will expand its operations in Perinton, moving to a larger facility at the Willowbrook Office Park this fall and committing to creating up to 105 jobs in the region.

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Rochester embayment of Lake Ontario no longer ‘Area of Concern’ (access required)

The Monroe County Department of Public Health and the state Department of Environmental Conservation will conduct a virtual informational meeting from noon to 1 p.m. on Monday with an update on the 35-year effort to restore natural resources within the embayment.

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Betz promoted to president of Digital Hyve (access required)

Keith Betz has been named president of Digital Hyve, a wholly owned subsidiary of marketing agency Butler/Till where he had most recently served as vice president of client management.

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Engineers give New York’s infrastructure condition a ‘C’ (access required)

New York civil engineers say the state's infrastructure is in mediocre condition and gave it an overall grade of C, with roads, transit and wastewater most deficient among 11 categories assessed by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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Salvation Army launches Permanent Supportive Housing campaign  (access required)

The Salvation Army of Greater Rochester is addressing the need for permanent affordable housing with a plan to transform a portion of its building on Liberty Pole Way into affordable and supportive permanent housing units.  

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