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Where exactly are those sites for Westchester County’s solar projects?

The five sites, for which construction will start this summer, will create 3.9 megawatts to offset county facilities' energy consumption with clean energy.

Three new tenants in 2009 Summer St. Stamford office space

Adam Cognetta and Casey McKnight of Choyce Peterson commercial real estate brokerage represented the Field Group in negotiating the deals.

NYS launches $800M small business grant program, $2.7B in residential rental...

The goal of the program is to help small businesses recover from the financial toll of the pandemic.

Starbucks’ renewable energy partnership in NY would benefit Hudson Valley

According to a Starbucks spokesperson, three of the community solar sites will be located in the Hudson Valley, in Blooming Grove, Ulster and Saint Johnsville.

Goodwin University completes acquisition of University of Bridgeport

The acquisition was worth $32 million, and allows UB to retain its name and operate as an independent institution.

From bottles to buildings: Recycled glass gets new life in...

In most of the U.S., the effort to recycle glass continues to be an economic and logistical challenge that most municipalities have not quite...

A Rockland online marketplace builds community during time of isolation

"We're a lot more than a business directory," said Simplisk cofounder Sheila Keenan, of the company's Rockland Main St. Marketplace.

PepsiCo commits over $1 million to benefit Asian American businesses

The funding, under the program "Stronger Together," will be disbursed in partnership with the Asian American Business Development Center, the Asian American Foundation, the National Restaurant Association and the National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation.

New Rochelle-White Plains alumni chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity forms...

The goal of the partnership will be to advocate across communities of color in the Westchester and New York metro areas for economic empowerment and social justice, especially for communities that have been hit hard by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Masks for vaccinated no longer required at Poughkeepsie Galleria

Fully vaccinated shoppers at the Poughkeepsie Galleria will no longer be required to wear masks, but those who cannot show proof of immunity will still need to wear masks.

Q&A with Brian Cohen, co-founder of Lachtman Cohen PC

"I’m passionate about fighting for the underdog and using the law as a positive force for change, and I dedicate a portion of my practice to representing individuals in cases in which I can make an impact. This has always been my plan, and I love what I do."

Women of Achievement to be honored at Rockland Business Women’s Network...

The Rockland Business Women’s Network will hold its annual Women of Achievement Breakfast on June 9, to honor women who have excelled in the...

Synchrony to invest $50M in education equity over next five years

$20 million of the funding will be set aside for scholarships, mentorships and internships for low-income students and students from underrepresented backgrounds.

SnoHub founder launches home service connection app Redleaf

The app, Redleaf, was cofounded by James Albis, CEO, a home service provider who wanted to create a tool to make it easier for providers to market their services and be found by homeowners. 

Time to sip some cider in the Hudson Valley

New York Cider Week 2021 has started and will keep the festivities going in the Hudson Valley and statewide until May 31. It is hosted...