This Week
  • Whitney Town Center, a $22 million mixed-use development in Perinton, is slated to open.

  • Eric Thornton, 27, tracks markets as a buyer at Baldwin Richardson Foods.

  • Kevin Ryan, new Monroe County Bar Association executive director, aims to attract more young attorneys.

  • The Pontarelli brother and sisters team own and operate PKG Equipment Inc.

  • In Rochester, microlending options for fledgling entrepreneurs are growing.

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

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Perinton project to open
Whitney Town Center, a $22 million mixed-use development in Perinton off Whitney Road, is slated to open this fall.

Data from drones
A research project using drones is designed to prevent dangerous falls for roof inspectors, improve the accuracy of damage assessments and reduce fraud brought by faulty insurance claims.

Fast Start: Eric Thornton, 27, tracks markets as a buyer at Baldwin Richardson Foods.

Profile: Kevin Ryan, new Monroe County Bar Association executive director, aims to attract more young attorneys.

Special Report: In Rochester, microlending options for fledgling entrepreneurs are growing.

Rochester Top 100: The Pontarelli brother and sisters team at PKG Equipment Inc. has owned and operated the industrial plating and anodizing company since their father retired in 1995.

On Sports: The Buffalo Bills report to St. John Fisher College for training camp with questions to answer. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: There are two lists this week: Employee Placement Firms and Food and Beverage Manufacturers. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.

Snap Poll: Does the Start-Up NY program deserve more time to prove its worth? The majority of respondents say no.


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