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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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Bundling – Latest trend in personal, commercial insurance buys (access required)

Recent trends in insurance show increases in demand for cybersecurity protection and growing interest in insurance for gig workers, but one particular trend according to local insurance professionals is an increase in customers looking to “bundle” policies.

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WHAM celebrating 100 years on the air (access required)

The station debuted on July 11, 1922, under the call letters WHQ. A century later, Rochester's talk radio staple goes by NewsRadio WHAM 1180 and is owned by national conglomerate iHeartMedia.

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BOA partners with VC firm to advance equality and economic opportunity  (access required)

Bank of America has partnered with Chloe Capital, investing in the venture capital firm to increase the amount of funding available to under-represented founders and foster long-term opportunities.  Chloe Capital is based in Ithaca and has a Rochester connection. One ...

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812 Inventions, Re-Nuble receive Launch NY funding (access required)

812 Inventions and Re-Nuble were recipients of a recent funding campaign by Launch NY, a Buffalo-based nonprofit Venture Development Organization that provides mentoring and seed capital access to early startups in the 27 westernmost counties of New York.

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