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Bill Heltzel

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.

Health Republic collapse is competitors’ opportunity

Health care insurers are picking up new members while trying to avoid costly mistakes.

Playland partnership with Standard Amusement passed

Westchester County legislators approve $62 million plan to revive the unique amusement park in Rye.

Reader sues Consumer Reports over privacy

A Consumer Reports subscriber claims that the consumer empowerment organization sold intimate details about his life to data miners, in violation of a Michigan...

Apartment tower evokes New Rochelle’s past

A vibrant cultural district can reclaim some of the city's history and former prominence.

$15 minimum wage creates economic test

Westchester County is in the middle of six minimum wage zones that will test conservative and liberal economic beliefs on the impact of rising wages.

Mount Vernon tax preparer indicted

An undercover IRS agent taped a meeting in which a false tax return was allegedly prepared.

Hudson Valley continues to add jobs

Construction and health care jobs are setting the pace for regional job growth.

Old New Rochelle neighborhood looks for economic spur

New Rochelle's ethnic gateway wants to exploit its hidden assets to stimulate development.

Westchester Medical Center plans $230M expansion

A $230 million building at Westchester Medical Center will enable the health center to improve outpatient services.

Developers fight over the meaning of ‘real estate’ in Mount Vernon

Local merchants worry that they will lose prime parking spaces in Fleetwood Garage if developers go ahead with their plan to renovate the garage as part of an apartment development.

White Plains Hospital expands cancer center

White Plains Hospital has brought all of its cancer center services and staff under one roof, and partnered with Montefiore Health System, to provide the latest in cancer care.

Morgan Stanley owes $3.2 billion in mortgage securities case

Morgan Stanley agrees to pay $3.2 billion to states for deceptive mortgage practices that helped lead to the 2008 financial crisis.