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Noyes Health, citing rising COVID-19 numbers, is instituting new visitors restrictions beginning Friday that will limit the number and frequency of visitors in areas of the hospital, urgent care and the Geneseo surgical location.

WASHINGTON — Americans will see prices at the pump fall “before long,” President Joe Biden said after tapping U.S. oil reserves to ease price pressures and risk a feud with OPEC.

DANSVILLE – Noyes Health’s Kim Povec has been named to Rochester Business Journal’s “Forty Under 40” list less than two months after taking the director of strategy and business development position at Noyes Memorial Hospital.

(TNS) – Samsung is making another multi-billion-dollar bet on Central Texas, as the technology giant confirmed Tuesday that it has picked a site in Williamson County, near Taylor, to build a $17 billion chip-making fabrication facility.

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BATAVIA — Standing outside Max Pies Furniture, 400 S. Jackson St., Steve Pies said Friday was a special day.

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BATAVIA — The Genesee County Chamber’s Annual Awards Committee is looking for nominations for the chamber’s annual awards ceremony. The chamber will honor recipients for 2021 at a place and time to be determined.

Max Pies celebrated completion of its new facade with a ribbon cutting this afternoon outside the store at 400 South Jackson St., Batavia. To watch the ribbon cutting, click the video:

ALBANY — The state must prioritize educating younger New Yorkers in school about a career in farming or food industries to bolster the agricultural industry and its suffering workforce, officials said.

New York will receive at least $27 billion to resuscitate its aging infrastructure, and millions of dollars to bridge the digital divide plaguing upstate, rural communities and low-income New Yorkers as part of the federal infrastructure package signed into law this week, officials said Wednesday.

ALBANY — New York women and minority groups struggling to balance work and family caregiving were forced to leave the workforce or change industries, contributing to the state’s record job loss and labor decline during the COVID-19 pandemic, officials said Monday.

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Three SUNY Geneseo alumni will be honored next week with Forty under 40 awards for 2021 from business publication in the Rochester and Buffalo areas. They were selected for their professional success and significant contributions to the community.

Plug Power Inc., which broke ground about three weeks ago on a hydrogen fuel facility in Genesee County, officially opened its $125 million Innovation Center in Henrietta on Friday afternoon.

ALBANY — It is not too late to respond to the 2021 Hemp Acreage and Production Survey, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service.

WASHINGTON — The House passed an historic $1-trillion infrastructure package Friday night and planned to vote to start formal debate on their larger social spending and climate bill, a show of progress on President Joe Biden’s agenda after months of division between centrists and progressives.

DANSVILLE – Catching cancer early is the best chance to have a positive outcome. That’s why Noyes Memorial Hospital in Dansville and St. James Hospital in Hornell have added a state-of-the-art low-dose lung cancer screening program.

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BATAVIA — After about 15 months at 56 Harvester Ave. in the Harvester Center, Rob Credi and Pub Coffee Hub are certainly settled in.

WEST SENECA — The New York State Office of General Services has announced an auction of surplus vehicles, highway equipment, and miscellaneous property.

BATAVIA — A demolition crew was working on the Ellicott Station Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) project site for the first day Monday to get going on project work.