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Bill Fallon

Bill Fallon is editor of the Fairfield County Business Journal. He has worked at Westfair Communications for more than five years, previously editing an upstate New York daily and a national motorcycle magazine in Nevada. He attended Iona Prep in New Rochelle, N.Y., and the University of Virginia.

The shades of gray at West Point

There may be no better-known campus in America than West Point, set on bluffs overlooking the Hudson River at a dogleg critical to America’s independence.

Jonathan Gordon

The allure of flying for Jonathan Gordon, 37, can be found in the blue yonder of a summer afternoon coupled with a self-professed love for speed.

Lowe’s to Clarkstown

A new Lowe’s Home Furnishings store is expected to open in Clarkstown during the second quarter of 2008.

Home sales stable

Sales of existing single-family homes held steady in New York state in July compared with July 2006, according to the New York State Association of Realtors, which also reported the sales prices increased slightly for the same time frame.

Get your motor runnin’

David Lenkowsky strides past six motorcycles standing sentry duty in his Mr. Sign shop on Tuckahoe Road in Yonkers.

Nepperhan’s second act

A towing and body-shop business and the Industrial Revolution could well be gold medalists in the category: strange bedfellows.

Computers are the sizzling subeconomy

The information technology job market for Westchester was strong in the second quarter, notably for computer scientists.

?Lawrence Hospital completes second phase of renovation

There’s a new 250-gallon saltwater fish tank in the emergency waiting room at Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville.

The golf equation

Will up to 30,000 golf fans piling into town this week make a hole in one for the New Rochelle economy?

Bronxville 10708

Bronxville just sent out its tax bills.

Clubs get in drive for season

Given the wallop of today’s outsized drivers, a Fairfield County golfer could almost reach the lower Westchester County pasture where John Reid prevailed upon three friends to walk around in February 1888 with a novel set of “gowf” sticks.

Driving into the season

From equipment to grounds-keeping, a lot has changed since John Reid introduced golf to America at a Yonkers cow pasture in February 1888 with a novel set of “gowf” sticks he had procured.

Home Improvement meets E.R.

Conducting a $50 million renovation in and around a fully functioning hospital is one thing.

Dr. Marc Wager

The music teacher at Marc Wager’s Long Island junior high school determined Wager had a good ear for music.