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Mark Lungariello

Mark Lungariello is a former contributing editor to the Westchester and Fairfield business journals. He also wrote features for WAG magazine. Lungariello graduated from Columbia Journalism School and has won New York Press Association awards as an editor, columnist and reporter.

A Q&A with WVOX’s Bill O’Shaughnessy

The radio station head honcho discusses the state of Westchester media.

Westchester Green Business Challenge gets $540K grant

The Westchester Green Business Challenge gets a boost from a state grant to expand programs over three years.

Purchase residents will decide fate of library

A court battle focuses on if a nonprofit is tied to its tenant, a public library.

Pro-fracking group holds Binghamton protest

The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York Inc. says it drew 600 people to the event.

Concerns raised over private Playland operator

Former Gov. Mario Cuomo died Jan. 1, but the flags were not lowered at county-owned Playland until the following Monday, Jan.5.

State hearings set for natural gas pipeline

The Department of Environmental Conservation will hear comments on the proposed expansion of the Algonquin gas pipeline.

IBM: Cyberattacks down in 2014

Studies show cyberattacks dropped in 2014, although hackers still made off with 61 million customer records.

Westchester graduation rates mirror public school inequity

Graduation rates are lower in Westchester County schools with higher percentages of reduced-price lunch eligibility.

New map shows economic divide in Westchester public schools

Community Housing Innovations Inc. shows stark contrast among districts in the percentage of students eligible for free or reduced-price lunches.

Can New Rochelle city yard stay in Echo Bay?

As New Rochelle considers using eminent domain to relocate a city yard, the option of leaving the yard in Echo Bay appears to be off the table.

Does court ruling on toll discounts affect Tappan Zee?

A federal appeals court upheld resident-based discounts on bridges like the Verrazano, but the decision's impact on the new Tappan Zee toll remains unclear.

Pro-fracking group bashes Cuomo, plans protest

The Joint Landowners Coalition of New York will hold a rally protesting the state's decision to ban hydraulic fracturing.

Florida passes New York on list of populous states

U.S. Census Bureau population estimates show that Florida has leapfrogged New York to become the third-most populous state.

Astorino, Day want to use bank settlement to fund new bridge

Two county executives call on New York state to use half of a $5 billion settlement to keep tolls down on the Tappan Zee Bridge.

Poll: New Yorkers still divided on fracking

A Siena College poll shows voters remained divided even as the state decided to ban the method for natural gas mining.