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Angelique Chielli


If you grow it, they will buy

The chime of clinking glasses and agricultural banter echoed through the verdant hillside at the Glynwood Center in Cold Spring, as the facility honored a national cross section of farmers and served up a feast of regional fare cooked by chef Jeff Rader of The Valley Restaurant at the Garrison.

Companies make strides to be eco friendly

A recent survey of 397 Connecticut businesses by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association found more are “keepin’ it green” in an effort to create more jobs and improve the socioeconomic terrain.

Author Jane Pollak to address WEDC

Westchester women will exchange business cards and insight Nov. 9 at the Women’s Enterprise Development Center (WEDC) networking roundtable at Berkeley College in White Plains.

Latina leaders urge involvement

While a wedding reception was beginning in one room and Joe Torre’s resignation press conference was ginning up in another, down a corridor of the Hilton Rye Town, more than 400 women – and even some men – joined to celebrate the progress of the Latina community in the workplace and to educate each other on the importance of women’s leadership in politics.

Miracle Ball gala slated

Founded in 1998 in Rockdale, Ga., the Miracle League provides the opportunity for children with disabilities to play baseball.

Picture perfect

Helmut Zitzwitz works diligently in the back room of his Yonkers studio on what he suspects to be a family photograph.

Luxury inhabits empty lot

Like many good Italian-American boys, Tony Guillaro woke up on the Sabbath and walked to West Harrison’s St. Anthony of Padua Church to serve as an altar boy.

Dutchess County’s housing market stable, brokers say

Dutchess County’s housing market is “healthy,” according to Emily Craig, broker for Prudential Serls Prime Properties in Fishkill.

Regional residential report: Westchester, Dutchess and Fairfield counties

Though the popular belief is the price of Westchester County homes has dropped, the reality is that the market is relatively stable, industry observers say.

Apartments celebrate vertical gains

Sept. 10, Yonkers Mayor Philip A. Amicone, Arthur Collins, co-founding principal of Collins Enterprises L.L.C. and city officials saw a multistory Old Glory at her finest, emerging from a plastic tarp red, white and blue to signify, as she has always done, something worth a long look and even a bit of wonderment.

The Emelin stages a comeback

Move over Broadway: You’re about to be upstaged by one of Westchester’s finest theaters.

Stew Leonard celebrates Italy for a good cause

Stew Leonard will be getting in touch with his Italian roots, when his Stew Leonard III Children’s Charities foundation holds its Celebration of Italian Food and Wine event at its Yonkers location Sept. 23 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Potential for former Marymount property debated

What would you do with a historic 25-acre campus with a stellar view of the Hudson River?