- Xerox gets $1 million grant
for Webster renovation
Xerox Commercial Solutions has received a $1 million state grant toward a building renovation and purchase of machinery for a new customer support center in Webster.
- Snap Poll: Most disapprove of immigration order
The majority of this week's RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents-nearly 60 percent-disapprove of President Barack Obama taking executive action on immigration, though nearly 70 percent favor establishing a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
- ButaPub opens in South Wedge
ButaPub—an American pub with Asian-inspired cuisine—opened Wednesday, adding roughly 20 jobs to the local economy.
- Hospital donates facilities to Yates center
Finger Lakes Health’s Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital has donated its facility to Yates Cultural and Recreational Resources.
- Geva honors Philip Seymour Hoffman's legacy with scholarship
Philip Seymour Hoffman often cited Geva Theatre Center in interviews, telling of his mother taking him to a production of “All My Sons” that sparked his interest in acting.
- Unemployment down from year ago
Rochester’s unemployment rate in October declined to 5.5 percent from 6.6 percent a year earlier, the Department of Labor reported Tuesday. That is the lowest October jobless rate since 2008.
- IEC Electronics reports dip in sales
IEC Electronics Corp. Tuesday reported a drop in fiscal fourth-quarter sales and a net loss.
- Taylor gets contract to build Greece medical facility
Taylor—the Builders, has been awarded the contract for construction of the Fresenius Medical Care outpatient dialysis facility on Long Pond Road in Greece.
- Doyle Security acquires Honeoye security firm
Doyle Security Systems Inc.—a provider of security, fire and safety systems—has acquired the accounts of Dakota Systems Inc., adding roughly 300 accounts to the company’s portfolio.
- YMCA raises $2.26 million, exceeding goal
The YMCA of Greater Rochester has exceeded its 2014 fundraising goal, taking in $2.26 million in an effort to provide services and financial assistance to youth and families across the area.
- Inner Loop closure delayed till Dec. 2
The scheduled closure of the Inner Loop Expressway between Monroe Avenue and East Main Street—which was slated to be closed to traffic beginning Wednesday—has been delayed until Dec. 2, city officials announced.
- City seeks feedback on R-Centers
The City of Rochester Department of Recreation and Youth Services is seeking community input on its R-Centers facilities, programs and services.
Poll: Most do not seek repeal of Obamacare|
While a plurality of RBJ Daily Report Snap Poll respondents—43 percent—say the Affordable Care Act should be repealed, more than half of the poll participants do not support that move. A year ago, a slight majority favored repeal.
Improving city schools in Rochester: a steep hill to climb|
We can agree that it is unfair to have good schools in prosperous neighborhoods and bad schools in poor ones.
How transportation networks and arteries are set up can have a big impact on development and the quality of life in an urban area.
More From RBJ
- Improving city schools in Rochester: a steep hill to climb.Giving thanks to sports world for providing so many blessings.
- Check out this week's Seen page. You might recognize someone ... maybe yourself!Hattie Bryant hosts Small Business School. Daily videos educate you on small business operations.
- See the best bets for things to do this week in Rochester. Plus, the complete Explore listings.Rick Woodson - 1940-2013. Learn about the life and career of RBJ's longtime, award-winning columnist.
New York State Headlines
This feed is currently not available.
- Mosul residents: IS group cuts phones in Iraq city (11/27/2014 4:59:54 AM)
- EU Parliament votes to break up Google (11/27/2014 4:58:36 AM)
- Iran's leader doesn't oppose more nuclear talks (11/27/2014 4:56:36 AM)
- Novelist PD James dies aged 94 (11/27/2014 4:40:22 AM)
- Millions expected to shop on Thanksgiving (11/27/2014 4:34:37 AM)