Foodlink names Batiste, Tedesco as co-executive directors
Foodlink Inc. has a new set of co-executive directors after appointing the interim leaders to the position on a permanent basis.
RIT-backed charter school set to open
A new school developed in a partnership of Uncommon Schools and Rochester Institute of Technology is slated to open its doors on Monday.
First Niagara, M&T rank among insurance brokerage fee leaders
Brighton-based First Niagara Risk Management Inc. ranked sixth nationally and M&T Bank Corp. was 10th on a list of 20 banks with the largest insurance brokerage fee income for 2013.
Medication technician admits to stealing narcotics
A Rochester medication technician has pleaded guilty to stealing some 650 prescription narcotics from patients at the Heather Heights assisted living facility in Pittsford, officials said Friday.
U.S. gives city $11.3 million for anti-poverty efforts
The city of Rochester will receive $11.3 million for anti-poverty activities, including nearly $8 million for the Community Development Block Grant program.
Farms, small firms get U.S. funds
Casa Larga Vineyards in Perinton and TreeCrisp2Go Inc. in Wayne County each have been awarded $200,000 in federal funding to enhance their operations, officials said this week.