- New Gannett shares drop slightly after spinoff
Gannett Co. Inc.’s stock slid again Tuesday, one day after its official spinoff from Tegna Inc.
- RGRTA to increase public transit in busy area
Rochester Genesee Regional Transportation Authority is increasing public transit in one of its busiest areas and is inviting the community to an information session to discuss the changes on Wednesday.
- Hamlin bridge begins $1.1 million rehabilitation
A $1.1 million construction project is underway to rehabilitate the Route 19 bridge in Hamlin, the state Department of Transportation announced.
- Excel Machines donates equipment to FLCC program
A local distributor of advanced machine tools has donated equipment worth $82,500 for use in the Finger Lakes Community College advanced manufacturing machinist training program at ITT Goulds Pumps Inc. in Seneca Falls.
- Digital Rochester calls for GREAT Awards nominations
Digital Rochester Inc. is requesting nominations for its fifth annual Greater Rochester Excellence and Achievement in Technology Awards, which honor the area’s top companies or individuals who contribute to technology and innovation growth in Rochester.
- URMC gets $4M grant to create program for the deaf, hard-of-hearing
The University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry has received nearly $4 million for a program that would serve as a national model to educate post-doctoral students who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, university officials said.
- Gates restaurateur to pay $308,000 in tax-evasion settlement
Gates restaurateur Konstantinos Votsis has agreed to pay $308,000 to settle federal tax evasion charges.
- VisualDx marks downtown presence with celebration
VisualDx Inc. has moved its offices to the Valley Building on East Avenue—the onetime home of Valley Cadillac.
- Sunshine Campus opens treehouse for kids with special needs
Rochester Rotary Club, a Rotary International affiliate that owns and operates the Sunshine Campus, on Monday opened a new, fully accessible treehouse for children with paralysis and other physical challenges.
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