This Week
  • Christa and Morgan target a July start for the $7 million East Ave. development.

  • Health care professional Carla D'Angelo's wish is to one day make volunteering her career.

  • Glenn Kellogg opened Hart's Local Grocers two years ago in the East End.

  • Avani Technology Solutions has grown to a predicted $26 million in revenues by the end of this year.

  • What the new fiduciary rule means for financial professionals and their clients.

  • The Schools Report Card has rankings for 27 districts and more than 250 schools.

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  • Readers give Clinton edge
    over Trump in Snap Poll

    If the 2016 presidential election were held today, Democrat Hillary Clinton would be the top vote-getter among RBJ Daily Report readers.
  • RIT college gets interim dean
    The College of Applied Science and Technology at Rochester Institute of Technology has an interim dean, officials announced Thursday.
  • Stocks see impact from Brexit
    The fallout from the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union could be seen Friday in its impact on local stocks of interest, nearly all of which were down.
  • RIT team a finalist in global anti-terrorism challenge
    Students from Rochester Institute of Technology have been invited to present their ideas for fighting terrorism to members of the U.S. State Department on Monday.
  • M&T, REF collect instruments at Jazz Fest
    During the Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival, which opened Friday and runs through July 2, M&T Bank Corp.  and Rochester Education Foundation will collect musical instruments to distribute to Rochester City School District students.
  • Qdoba Mexican Eats to open its first area restaurant
    Qdoba Mexican Eats plans to open its first location in the Rochester area on Tuesday at 1897 Empire Blvd. in Penfield, officials announced Friday. The location is the third of a larger plan to break into the Upstate New York market, officials said.
  • Bristol Harbour adds Bernie Caprini Cafe
    Bristol Harbour Lodge & Golf Club has new offering, Bernie Caprini Cafe, officials announced Friday.
  • Veterans Business Council set for meeting
    The Veterans Business Council’s June meeting will include a presentation by Nena Siverd, of the Veterans Outreach Council, who will talk about the agency’s employments services, the Upstate NY Serves Project and career management software.
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