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MCC’s Rochester campus enters 2nd construction phase

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The downtown campus now being built for Monroe Community College inside a former Kodak building represents more than just a new use for an old building downtown. Committing to build the campus at 321 State St., in four connected buildings ...

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Visiting Nurse Service names VP

Visiting Nurse Service has appointed Mark Fiorini of Webster as vice president of clinical operations. Fiorini, who has 20 years of experience in the home health care sector, will oversee all the direct clinical care services including the certified home ...

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Host a student for Thanksgiving Day

Just as the Native Americans welcomed settlers to the New World to the First Thanksgiving feast, Rochester Global Connections invites the Rochester community to welcome international students from local universities by hosting them for Thanksgiving Dinner. It may be an ...

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Midtown Tower280 lines up first tenant

The first official retail tenant for Tower280 at Midtown will be Branca Italian Restaurant, opening its second location on the northwestern corner of the tower, occupying approximately 4,500 square feet. The announcement was made Monday by developers Buckingham Properties and ...

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ConServe adding to Rochester locations

Continental Service Group Inc. (ConServe), a leading provider of accounts receivable management services specializing in colleges and universities, guaranty agencies and private lenders, celebrated the opening of its new Henrietta location last week with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. ConServe’s corporate headquarters ...

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Art of Lawyering auction held

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Volunteer Legal Services Project Inc. wants to thank all those who attended the Art of Lawyering at the Village Gate on Oct. 7. With more than 70 items up for bid, more than 140 people came through the silent auction. This ...

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Solar wafer plant to anchor WNY business park

BATAVIA — A Massachusetts company whose goal is to make solar power cheaper than coal announced plans Wednesday to build a manufacturing facility that could eventually provide up to 1,000 jobs in western New York. Bedford-based 1366 Technologies will be ...

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Rochester Rotary names new board members

The Rochester Rotary Club has named the following new board members for the 2015-2016 year: • Megan Alchowiak of Webster, vice president of branding and marketing. • Peter J. Glennon of Pittsford, vice president of engagement. He is principal of ...

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Tops Friendly Markets names Persons COO, president

  As part of a long-term leadership strategy, Tops Friendly Markets has named John Persons, long-time Tops associate and executive, as president and chief operating officer while Frank Curci will continue to actively serve as Tops chief executive officer and ...

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DiMarco Constructors to build Webster medical facility

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DiMarco Constructors of Rochester has been awarded the construction contract for Webster Family Medicine. A project of the University of Rochester Medicine Primary Care, its construction is underway at BayTowne, 1900 Empire Blvd., Penfield. It is expected to be completed ...

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Manning Squires adds managers

Manning Squires Hennig, a Batavia-based commercial construction firm, has named Samantha Nickerson as its new chief financial officer and Brian Kelly as senior project manager. Nickerson has 15 years of accounting experience and five years as CFO at Genesee Country ...

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Two firms combine, create large Buffalo office

The law partnerships of Bond, Schoeneck and King PLLC and Jaeckle Fleischmann & Mugel LLP voted Wednesday to combine, creating a 51-lawyer Bond office in Buffalo. The new office will expand available services, better position Bond to meet the legal ...

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