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The sequencing of the two claims and the dubious, last-minute assignment of mortgage make it plausible, U.S. District Court Judge Kenneth Karas says, that Wells Fargo’s efforts to improve the record led to forgery.
Mercy and Westchester Community College will collaborate on program that aims to boost graduation rates for Hispanic and low-income students.
The dispute goes to the heart of who controls an automobile dealership.
Pundits and elected officials to discuss national and state elections.
Women enterprises have benefited the most, gaining $516 million, or more than doubling the value of their contracts in five years.
“We intend to kill this proposal," the Democrat representing the mid-Hudson Valley said of the plan to establish 10 new anchorages along a 109-mile stretch of the Hudson.
WGBC will examine how customers, suppliers, residents and businesses are affected by green businesses.
Small banks tend to cultivate a "natural trust" based on good customer service.
Panelists debated common-sense business tactics versus evidentiary standards.
Sheldrake Station Development plans 100 apartments in $34 million project.
The seminar will be held at Don Bosco Community Center in Port Chester.