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Marcus joins Statewide Abstract

Ellen Allisyn Marcus has joined Statewide Abstract, which has offices in White Plains and Manhattan.

Rafanello named head of CPA chapter

The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants has selected Paul Rafanello as president of its Mid-Hudson chapter.

Cancer society’s relays raise $1.1M

The American Cancer Society has announced results of a series of relay events it held in 11 Westchester communities.

Ergas heads JCC on the Hudson

Rabbi Andrew Ergas has been named the executive director of JCC on the Hudson in Tarrytown.

Burke exhibit in Scarsdale

The bank will be presenting a traveling photography exhibit that showcases recoveries made by Burke patients.

Passavant Society holds 25th anniversary luncheon

The organization recognizes individuals who have named Wartburg as a beneficiary in their estate plans

Strauss paper named market leader

The company been included in Modern Distribution Management’s 2017 list of Top Jan-San Distributors.

Arc golf event raises $180K

The funds will help support Arc’s Children’s School for Early Development.

Brosy joins White Plains law firm

McCullough, Goldberger & Staudt LLP welcomed Amanda L. Brosy as the firm’s newest associate attorney.

Six added to placement staff

The Westchester-Putnam One Stop Career Center has added six counselors to help job-seekers.

More than $5K raised at “pub night”

The Hudson Gateway Realtor Foundation raised $5,128 to help support charities in Westchester, Rockland, Orange and the Bronx.

Innovative CPA Group celebrates grand opening

The Trumbull-based accounting firm celebrated its official grand opening.

Lauralton Hall girls win Sikorsky competition

The school's engineering team won this year’s Sikorsky Aircraft’s STEM Challenge.

A ribbon cutting in Fairfield

Mercer Advisors Inc. recently held a ribbon cutting to mark the opening of its office at 1261 Post Road in Fairfield.

Back to school at Union Savings Bank

The bank has announced that Vogel-Wetmore School and Morris Street School are to receive free supplies as part of its new Teachers’ Closet Project.