Recent Stories

Artists show support for people of Ukraine

All proceeds from a 15-day exhibition at Rochester Contemporary Art Center will be used to purchase humanitarian and medical aid for the embattled country.

Chautauqua’s strength of spirit

For nearly 150 years, the Chautauqua Institution has been dedicated to the exploration of the best in human values. It will remain a uniquely special place even after the horrific attack on Salman Rushdie.

A spring deluge

Washington D.C.’s the Fuss brought the audience to the brink at Photo City Music Hall.

Carestream seeks Chapter 11 relief

The bankruptcy filing is the final stage in a recapitalization plan. Lenders are exchanging debt for equity and will become the new owners of the former Kodak unit.

Fostering equity 

Colleges and universities are working to find effective ways to serve and reflect a changing student body.

The state of Lake Ontario

New reports on the Great Lakes show a “fair” ecosystem for Lake Ontario, with some progress but also persistent issues.

Hyzon replaces Knight, CEO and cofounder

Less than two weeks after the Honeoye Falls-based firm disclosed possible accounting irregularities, Hyzon Motors Inc.’s board has named Parker Meeks as president and interim chief executive officer. Former CEO Craig Knight also will no longer serve as a Hyzon director.

The disrupted economy

With no end to the COVID-19 pandemic, Rochester-area businesses continue to grapple with supply chain issues including shortages, increased lead times and soaring costs.