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The plume allegedly threatens the health of residents and potentially jeopardizes financing for a $350 million plan to replace five buildings.
The mercury refinery operated out of a makeshift laboratory in a garage behind a house at 55 Hillandale Road.
The Printhouse is designed for millennials who are priced out of Manhattan and Brooklyn and who want a quick commute to the city.
In many instances, the manager simply added Total Loss Protection to the bill without the buyer’s knowledge.
The lawsuit claims that the town wants to evict the tenants so it can convert the property to other commercial uses.
A rational finder of fact,” U.S. District Court Judge Vincent L. Briccetti ruled, could find that it was “more likely than not she was the victim of intentional discrimination.”
Black Nights Wine & Spirits liquor store name is confusingly similar to the Black Knights nickname used by the academy’s athletic teams as far back as the 1940s.
Louis Cappelli casts his case primarily in environmental terms, citing the risks a garage would pose to the purity of drinking water in Kensico Reservoir.
New tools will enable the Department of Taxation and Finance to detect and prosecute ill-gotten gains.
Tara Ramirez claims that SupportBuddy Inc. of Bakersfield, California, “markets a solution to a computer problem it created.”
IBM sued Jeff S. Smith last week in federal court in White Plains, accusing him of violating a noncompete agreement and demanding that he repay $1.7 million in stock bonuses.
“The market doesn’t need another lip gloss," says inventor Kevin David. "What it needs is innovation."
The owner seeking financial assistance from the Westchester County IDA for his for-profit Shrub Oak International School has a recent record of regulatory troubles with New York state agencies. .
Dr. Sachin Gupte is looking for therapies for vascular disease and heart failure.
The court upheld a ruling that backed the village's zoning appeals board's decision to permit the country club to host nonmember events there.