|Date of Publication Date (Descending) Date (Ascending)||Page|
|Ambitious young people want what they have always wanted - excitement and opportunity, both of which can be found in Rochester||May 31, 2001||p14A|
|Casinos are a lot less than a sure bet (Editioral)||July 8, 2004||p23A|
|City needs painless program to solve its economic woes (Commentary)||August 11, 2005||p13A|
|Economy is great, but only for a few (Letter)||November 30, 2000||p13A|
|Follow the money of Renaissance Center, and elect people to be in charge||April 29, 2004||p17A|
|Friendliness, top-performing schools, world class colleges, arts and cultural resources, parks, and easy life style makes Rochester a great place to live||May 27, 2004||p17A|
|Golisano, Tom says no to windmills, yes to the American dream when discussing economic development and entrepreneurship in the Rochester area||October 20, 2005||p11A|
|Help Rochester grow - bring new companies into city to make up for potential job loss from Kodak and Xerox (Guest Essay)||August 3, 2000||p13A|
|If Wilmont, Thomas C gets his proposal for a casino at East Main and Clinton, city's economy will fold (Commentary)||July 22, 2004||p11A|
|Let's remember the worker bee's - Kodak, Xerox, and Bausch&Lomb (Notebook)||November 8, 2000||p14A|
Memorial Day: "To The Boys In Service"
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