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YWCA President and CEO Jean Carroll Steps Down

By Staff –   YWCA President and CEO Jean Carroll has anounced she will be stepping down from the position, effective April 30....

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MCC to Host “10th Annual Career Conference and Job Fair”

  Monroe County, Monroe Community College, the New York State Department of Labor, and ACCES-VR will sponsor the “10th Annual...

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RHBA Elects Grace Tillinghast As New Chairwoman

By Staff –   The Rochester Hispanic Business Association has elected Grace Tillinghast as its new chairwoman, effective Jan....

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Website Provides Platform For Puerto Rico’s Entrepreneurs In Hope Of Economic Recovery

The aftermath of Hurricane Maria has been felt heavily by Puerto Rican natives for the past two months, but renewed efforts to rebuild have...

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FBI Investigating Contract Awarded To Small Montana Power Company in Puerto Rico

After a small Montana power company was awarded a $300 million contract to help rebuild Hurricane Maria’s damage to the electrical...

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Google.org Presents $1 Million Grant to Fund Latin American Non-Profits

It is no secret that nonprofit organizations rely on the generosity of individuals and companies nationwide. In fact, back in 2014, 1.4...

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RHBA Names Eugenio Marlin 2017 Hispanic Business Person of the Year

By Staff –   The Rochester Hispanic Business Association (RHBA), a Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce affiliate, has named...

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City Selects Golisano Center for the Performing Arts for Parcel 5

By Staff –   Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren has announced the city has selected Morgan Communities and the Rochester Broadway...

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NYS Senate Passes Bill to Bring Uber and Lyft Upstate

By Staff   The New York State Senate has passed a bill to approve ride-sharing services like Uber and Lyft to operate in Upstate New...

Over 40% of Million-Dollar Latino Businesses Owned By Immigrants, Study Finds

The president’s office may be rife with anti-immigrant rhetoric, but new findings by the Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship...