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Don’t miss the boat

Along with the revival of waterfront communities along the Hudson River, use of the Hudson for recreational and business cruises has continued to grow over the past decade.

Farmers urged to record, report damages caused by flooding

Last week’s nor’easter caused severe flooding and damage across the East Coast.

Phelps touts medical, economic benefits of hyperbaric chamber

By adding the largest hyperbaric chamber in the region, Phelps Memorial Hospital Center in Sleepy Hollow is trying to continue to add diverse services for its patients.

Money from med center audit suit should go to county, Ryan...

The chairman of the Westchester County Board of Legislators said the county should recoup all the money won in damages if it decides to engage in a lawsuit with KPMG Peat Marwick, the former auditor of the Westchester Medical Center.

Money from med center audit suit should go to county, Ryan...

The chairman of the Westchester County Board of Legislators said the county should recoup all the money won in damages if it decides to engage in a lawsuit with KPMG Peat Marwick, the former auditor of the Westchester Medical Center.

Catskills gaming could prove Dicey for Connecticut casinos

The state’s two casinos say they will continue to have the upper hand should the St. Regis Mohawk Tribe win in its bid to open a gambling operation in the southern Catskills of New York state.

Tech chief pushes International Landing Zone initiative

Les Neumann believes the area between Manhattan and Albany, better known as the Hudson River Valley, can and should be the most prime real estate in the entire world.

Netherlanders stop off at White Plains Hospital

Several students from one of the Netherlands’ first nurse practitioner (NP) programs toured White Plains Hospital Center last week to get a glimpse of how those in the profession function in the U.S. health-care system.

Eat-local initiative growing

In Europe, the phrase “eat the view,” which refers to consuming locally grown food products, has become a somewhat common one.

Empire City opens third phase

Empire City at Yonkers Raceway last week formally unveiled the third and final phase of the gaming facility.

AvalonBay’s latest high-rise set to open in New Rochelle

With one high-rise nearly complete in New Rochelle and another set to break ground in White Plains, it’s safe to say AvalonBay Communities Inc. sees Westchester as a prime market.

Casino approval likely, industry expert says

Proponents and detractors of a Sullivan County casino that would be run by the St. Regis Mohawk tribe may have several more months to state their respective cases.

Moody’s gives Bridge Authority high rating

The New York state Bridge Authority is one of only three toll-funded public or government transportation agencies in the nation to receive an “Aa2” rating by Moody’s Investor Services Global Credit Research.

Deadline set for proposals to run state racing franchise

The six corporations vying for the right to operate the state’s lucrative racing franchise will lay out their proposals during public forums early next month.

Corporate sponsorship an Rx for med center’s woes?

Corporate sponsorship can be an effective way for businesses to defray building and operating costs.