This Week
  • The airport's $63 million transformation plan is approaching takeoff.

  • Jewish Senior Life CEO Michael King oversees a $58 million non-profit organization.

  • Defying nationwide trends, some local Catholic schools have steady or growing enrollment.

  • Admar Supply Co. Inc. has expanded its geographic reach.

  • Tony Zaccaglino's new family are the people he serves at St. John's facilities.

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

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Geva unveils $8 million renovation
Geva Theatre Center Inc. is slated to unveil a fresh look today following an $8 million renovation.

Taking flight
A 2-inch binder holds the key to Rochester’s airport of the future. The pages within are filled with detailed plans, designs and well-researched ideas that would propel any airport well into the 21st century.

Profile: Jewish Senior Life CEO Michael King oversees a $58 million non-profit organization.

Special Report: Defying nationwide trends, some local Catholic schools have steady or growing enrollment.

Rochester Chamber Top 100: Providing superior customer service while expanding its geographic reach has proved to be a successful formula for Admar Supply Co. Inc., its leader said.

On Sports: Fire Rex Ryan and hire Tom Coughlin. He also owns three Super Bowl rings and knows how to beat Brady and Belichick. Read Scott Pitoniak's column.

This week's list: This week's list ranks Class A Office Parks. Lists are available for download on the RBJ List Center.

Snap Poll: More than 1,100 readers take part in a poll on Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest.


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