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Mary Shustack

Mary Shustack writes features for Westfair’s WAG magazine, as well as for the business journals. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, her previous experience includes more than 20 years with the Gannett Company.

Honoring Putnam’s trailblazers

The Putnam County Chambers of Commerce celebrates the diverse contributions of its businesses during its annual awards ceremony, to be held Jan. 31 in Mahopac.

A helping hand

Cold Spring artist and gallery owner Barbara Galazzo is giving the next generation of artists a boost with a student exhibition at her Gallery 66 NY.

Sally Baker: Promoting girl power

As executive director of Girls, Inc. Westchester, which is headquartered in White Plains, Sally Baker is dedicated to inspiring girls to be strong, smart – and bold.

What today’s libraries can be

Maxine Bleiweis has spent the last 15 years making sure the Westport Library is one of the country’s most innovative, interesting and accessible.

Bryant kicks off Manhattanville series

New York Times columnist Adam Bryant spoke about leadership Nov. 18 at Manhattanville College, kicking off a lecture series designed to celebrate its graduate school’s 20th anniversary.

Manhattanville grad school marks 20th anniversary

The 20th anniversary of the School of Graduate & Professional Studies at Manhattanville College provides not only a moment to look back – but also reaffirm goals as it moves toward its future.

Kimberly Cline: Devotion to education continues

Kimberly R. Cline took over as president of Long Island University in July. The former Mercy College president is already settling into the next step of her career.

Columnist kicks off Manhattanville College series

New York Times “Corner Office” columnist Adam Bryant will be the featured guest as the School of Graduate and Professional Studies at Manhattanville College kicks off a new lecture series Nov. 18.

Shops at Nanuet opens

The Shops at Nanuet, an open-air center with some 50 retail, dining and entertainment destinations, is now open.

New food service announced for Boscobel

When a magazine named Boscobel as the best place to have a picnic, the historic house museum in Garrison took the accolade to heart. It has begun to offer its visitors an essential picnic element – fresh food.

Rising to the challenge

Our new biweekly feature, Winners Circle, kicks off with a profile of Susan Fox, who earlier this year began her tenure as president of White Plains Hospital.

Union protests at Harrison work site

The famed “union rat” was perched near the top of Gannett Drive in protest of work being done at the Life Time Athletic Westchester complex.

Loving the ‘Lovie’

For fashionistas, just the right accessory.

Nissan gears up for new-model selling season

At Jim Harte Nissan in Mount Kisco, Jeremy Abramson is ready for the new-model shopping season to kick into high gear.

Mall tenants sign on for fall opening

Simon Property Group is revamping the former Nanuet Mall to create an open-air center for Rockland County and the region.