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Bill Heltzel

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Bill Heltzel has covered criminal justice, courts, government and sports – as a beat reporter and investigative reporter – for daily newspapers in Florida, Indiana, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. He worked for Bloomberg LP in training and sales. He joined The Business Journal in 2016.

Where’s the bacon? East Fishkill dog owner challenges pet food giant

Federal judge rules on motion to dismiss lawsuit that claims Nestle Purina misled dog owners into buying bacon-flavored Beggin’ Strips.

Food Bank adds business leaders to board

The nonprofit agency served 6.3 million meals last year.

Pump and dump stock scheme entangles Rockland investors

Rockland investors claims they were scammed for more than $1 million.

Ginsburg Development sues loan broker

The Valhalla developer claims that the broker used the arbitration system to disguise fraudulent schemes.

New Rochelle landlords must register student housing

New law is meant to combat nuisances and overcrowding in off-campus housing.

Assembly Speaker Heastie to speak to BCW

Political leadership series event to be held on Sept. 21.

Atlas Air to move 10 jobs to Kentucky

The move is part of Atlas' recent acquisition of Southern Air.

Barges versus vistas on the Hudson

The Hudson has been a battleground for centuries between industry and recreation, the economy and the environment, practicality and aesthetics.

Westchester Meadows to lay off 89

The financially troubled retirement community cites a possible sale.

The Millennia, for its namesake, planned for New Rochelle

Developers plan to create enclave in Burling Lane triangle.

Dawn Perri heads HR at accounting firm

She is charged with finding and retaining top talent for PKF O'Connor Davies.

White Plains Hospital cited as beautiful

Hospital is ranked eighth in national survey.

Regional unemployment rate drops in June

Rate of change is faster than national, state and New York City rates.

Burke gets grant to study spinal muscular atrophy

The disease is the leading genetic cause of infant mortality.

New Rochelle looks to eSports for downtown vitality

As traditional retail stores continue to decline, eSports could help maintain a vibrant downtown.