This Week
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  • $6.8 million redevelopment project aims to help create unique neighborhood.

  • Shaina Sidoti's firm makes nutritious dishes that have helped her heal.

  • Michael Gioja is guiding information technology advances at Paychex Inc.

  • Changes to New York's estate tax have reduced the cost of dying here.

  • Area exporters starting 2014 with a sense of momentum.

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