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Angelique Chielli


Knowing your worth

Times have changed since her timid youth; Tolchin is now a force to be reckoned with.

College Careers celebrates 40 years

College Careers, an organization whose goal is to keep students in school until they graduate, is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

A most-welcome dinner bell

On Dec. 14, The Ritz-Carlton, Westchester in White Plains joined forces with The Westchester Coalition for the Hungry and Homeless and Grace Church Community Center to spread some charitable holiday cheer.

News harvest

Bob Rozycki knows you only reap what you sow, and he’s growing more than just support for the local farming community: The New York State Agricultural Society selected the Hudson Valley Business editor-in-chief to receive the 2007 Harold L. “Cap” Creal Journalism Award for his article, “Home Grown.”

25 years of helping abused children

This year, The Child Abuse Prevention Center of New York toasted 25 years of serving the Westchester community.

Producer looks to make cultural offerings part of downtown draw

Off-off Broadway and five stories up, Jack W. Batman had his work cut out for him.

Shifting into high gear

Grand Prix New York is racing to the finish for its grand opening in Mount Kisco in December.

Hospital expansion’s watchword is quality

For Joel Seligman, president and CEO of the Northern Westchester Hospital, expansion is not about “being big.”

Mount Kisco’s low-traffic allure

According to Mount Kisco Mayor Michael Cindrich, the village “is doing well and provides an enormous amount of service to Northern Westchester.”

Drawn to succeed

Some may assume that most teenagers haven’t a clue as to what they want to be when they grow up.

Onward and upward at The Flying Pig

Mount Kisco is home to the only flying pig in these parts.

Curtis Instruments

Curtis Instruments,  the maker of  motor speed control and battery measurement and related electric vehicle technology, has had its worldwide headquarters in Mount Kisco since it was founded in 1960.

Putting the ‘co’ in communications

From the birth of the George Foreman Grill to a talented Kenny G breaking the world record for the longest note ever held, the 1990s offer many fond and unusual memories.

Reaping the rewards of networking

Networking was the business of the day, when Westchester’s women entrepreneurs convened at the Women’s Enterprise Development Center’s 9th Annual Networking Roundtable.

Taking care of business at Iona

Vincent Calluzzo, dean of Iona College’s Hagan School of Business, and Charles Cante, Hagan’s associate dean for business and MBA program director, have been taking care of business at the New Rochelle campus. And they’ve only just begun.