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Protecting company data in multiple ways is crucial

Technology opened digital doors into every company’s operations, making data security increasingly important in fending off ever-evolving hacking techniques. Companies can protect themselves by taking some sensible steps, such as keeping email servers separate from other operations. For example, servers ...

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MCBA holiday party honors local judiciary

Local judges gathered for recognition at the annual MCBA Bench and Bar Holiday Party.  From left: the Honorable Francis Affronti, Stephen Lindley, James Piampiano, Richard Dollinger (face hidden), Robert Shaddock, Craig Doran, Joanne Winslow (mostly hidden), Thomas Stander, Vincent Dinolfo, Elizabeth Wolford, David Larimer, Renee Minarik, Cara Briggs, Dandrea Ruhlmann, Frank Geraci, Joan Kohout, Thomas Morse, Doug Randall,  Debra Martin, Karen Morris, Evelyn Frazee, and Thomas Klonick. The two heads behind Judge Frazee belong to William Taylor and John DeMarco. (Nora A. Jones)

The Wintergarden at Legacy Tower was once again the setting for the Monroe County Bar Association’s Bench and Bar celebration Thursday night.  MCBA Executive Director Kevin Ryan and his staff greeted guests as they arrived. Ryan later introduced MCBA President ...

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Murderer gets 22 to life

A convicted murderer was sentenced to 22 years to life in prison Friday. Monroe County Court Judge Vincent Dinolfo sentenced Terrence Lewis, 26, for the murder of Johnny Washington. Lewis was convicted Oct. 11. Washington was shot multiple times on ...

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