- URMC center gets $4.5 million in CDC funding
The University of Rochester Medical Center’s National Center for Deaf Health Research has won $4.5 million in Centers for Disease Control and Prevention funding, URMC officals said Tuesday.
- Students get hands-on experience at upcoming event
More than 700 high school students from districts in Ontario, Seneca, Wayne and Yates counties are to participate in the ninth annual career day scheduled for Thursday at Rodman Lott and Sons Farm in Seneca Falls, Seneca County.
- RDDC annual luncheon to focus on innovation
Innovation is the focus of the Rochester Downtown Development Corp.’s annual State of the Rochester Economy luncheon slated for Nov. 4 at the Hyatt Regency Rochester.
- Eastman House gets digital lab from Kodak
The George Eastman House has received digital equipment from Eastman Kodak Co. will enable the non-profit agency to operate a new digital laboratory, officials said.
- Gas prices in region continue to drop
Gasoline prices in Rochester continued to improve this week and dipped to their lowest point since November 2013, data from GasBuddy.com shows.
- Report: N.Y. among top states for teachers
New York ranks among the best states for teachers, a new report from WalletHub shows.
- Public meetings to focus on bicycle boulevards
Two public meetings are scheduled for Wednesday to discuss preliminary recommendations for bicycle boulevards in the city of Rochester.
- Tops CFO to leave the supermarket company
Tops Holding Corp. has announced William Mills, senior vice president and chief financial officer, will leave the company by the end of the fiscal third quarter—effective Oct. 4.
- Greece lawsuit against Lloyd's of London moves to federal court
The town of Greece’s attempt to force a reluctant insurance carrier to pay for the town’s legal costs in cases involving a former town police officer accused of sexually abusing women has been kicked into federal court.
- Monroe County to get federal funding
Monroe County has been awarded federal funding of nearly $3.3 million to address lead hazards in 270 housing units, officials announced Monday.
Most readers give Goodell poor grade|
Two-thirds of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents gave NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell poor grades this week for the NFL’s response to domestic violence allegations against players. A plurality handed him an F.
N.Y. should stay the course on Common Core standards|
New York stumbled when it rushed the tests and incorporated the Common Core throughout all at once.
Poverty and jobs|
Poverty is not a problem with a single solution. But clearly, job creation must play a key role.
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