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Managing Editor/Digital Westchester County Business Journal, Fairfield County Business Journal, WAG magazine

Longtime media exec acquires River Journal

The new owner told the Business Journal he plans to invest in the publications, “especially in enhancing the website and adding a variety of other content areas to both the print and digital publication.”

Sears files for bankruptcy protection; to close 142 more stores

Sears Holdings said in a statement that it intends to reorganize around a smaller group of stores that have performed well.

Shake Shack ready to open in Hartsdale

The Hartsdale location will be the second Shake Shack in Westchester County, joining the one at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers. 

Norwegian Air to end flights from Stewart to Belfast and Edinburgh

“Our affordable U.S. flights were launched with the prospect of a reduction in air passenger taxes that was unfortunately postponed by the Scottish government. This has forced us to fully withdraw our transatlantic services to and from Edinburgh, as it would not be a sustainable operation,” Anders Lindström said.

Skilled nursing facility rises in White Plains

The $60 million project is a joint venture with The Congress Cos. and Consigli Construction Co., both of Massachusetts.

Clearing the way for Wegmans in Harrison

Rochester-based Wegmans bought the 20-acre site for $26.5 million in January from Normandy Real Estate Partners LLC.

Marist College, Health Quest to create medical school

According to a fact sheet supplied by the college, startup costs are placed at $184.8 million, with $75 million allotted for building and $110 million for operational costs.

P.F. Chang’s, Forever 21 join Ridge Hill in Yonkers

P.F. Chang’s will be leasing space in Town Square opposite The Cheesecake Factory. Forever 21 will open shortly after on Market Street next to UNIQLO.

William Macaulay to lead NYU Langone’s reconstructive surgery division

Before joining NYU Langone in January 2017 as its medical director for international patient services, Macaulay was the director of orthopedic surgery at NYP/Lawrence Hospital in Bronxville.

Vassar Brothers marks milestone in patient pavilion construction

The $545 million, eight-story, 752,000-square-foot project on the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie broke ground in September 2016.

Former Pace Law dean Alexandra Dunn tapped for EPA chemicals post

Dunn served as dean of environmental law programs from 2007-10 and taught Environmental Justice and Human Rights and the Environment as an adjunct professor at Pace Law in White Plains.

NJ real estate firm expanding to NY; names regional VP

Special Properties Real Estate Services LLC has tapped Andrew Emery to oversee its expansion.

Torrco plumbing supply leases 19,900 SF at 21 Grace Church St.

Torrco will be relocating its existing 3,000 square-foot location at 407 N. Main Street to 21 Grace Church St. in a 10-year lease.

Life Time sets hiring fair for new Chappaqua Crossing club

The 42,000-square-foot club will be the second in Westchester. Life Time opened its 206,000-square-foot Harrison club on Westchester Park Drive in 2014.

Shake Shack in Hartsdale readies for September opening

The Hartsdale location will be the second Shake Shack in Westchester County, joining the one at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers.