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Evan Fallor

Evan Fallor covers county government, retail, education and tourism for the Westchester County Business Journal. He previously worked as a town reporter for the Republican-American (Waterbury, Ct.) and the News-Times (Danbury, Ct.). He holds a Master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.

Cuomo launches $3M energy competition for state schools

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced the Energy to Lead competition, which will award $1 million each to three student-led coalitions who create the...

John Horgan to speak at Manhattanville Feb. 8

As of part of the school's Provost Office Distinguished Lecture Series, Manhattanville College on Feb. 8 will host science writer, journalist and author John...

Pace University President Friedman to retire in 2017

In a letter to the Pace community, Friedman, who has served as the school's president since June 2007, said he will not seek another five-year term.

NY-P/Lawrence Hospital’s $60M Cancer Center to open in March

The new facility will feature services and technology not previously offered, including on-site radiation treatment as well as additional infusion stations and a pharmacy.

New Rochelle annual business registration deadline Jan. 31

The program, which was established last year, requires all businesses to register with the city and renew their registration annually.

Group calls for fairness in Starwood Capital Port Chester development

Sustainable Port Chester Alliance, a coalition of Port Chester residents and area civic, community and labor organizations, was founded in response to the United Hospital plans.

Precision Flow Technologies to close Kingston plant

Ninety-six people will lose their jobs when the company, which expanded its Kingston space in 2010, shuts down the plant in April.

Astorino appoints new human resources and real estate officials

Mary J. Mahon is the new human resources commissioner, while Adam Rodriguez, previously the Associate County Attorney, replaces Mahon as the new director of real estate.

White Plains Hospital becomes accredited for bariatric surgery center

White Plains Hospital's bariatric surgical center was recently accredited by the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program, a joint program of...

$1 million in donations helps launch Mercy Scholars Program

The Mercy Scholars Program will provide scholarship funding to high-achieving students with financial need beginning this fall.

New Rochelle residents plead guilty to stealing $69K in unemployment

Dennis Broccolo, 55, pleaded guilty to grand larceny and Stephanie Vega, 27, pleaded guilty to offering a false instrument for filing.

Cuomo proposes $298 million tax cut for small businesses

Small businesses with less than 100 employees and a net income below $390,000 would see their net income tax rate reduced from the current 6.5 percent to 4 percent.

DiFiore confirmed as Chief Judge of state Court of Appeals

DiFiore, 60, a Democrat who has served as the Westchester District Attorney since 2006, previously served as a Westchester County Court Judge for three years.

Iona College partners with ESPN for game broadcasts

Beginning in February, fans will be able to watch the school's men's and women's basketball teams on the ESPN3 and WatchESPN platforms.

A-Game owners trade rat race for fun and games

Darin Feldman and Kevin Plein left finance industry jobs to open A-Game Sports, a multi-sport training facility in New Rochelle.