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County looks to do more to help business, promote economic development

“As we update our economic development plan, we’re particularly looking for components that will deal with the very small businesses and how we can help incent them,” said Westchester County Executive George Latimer.

UPDATED: Mack-Cali to sell $487.5M Westchester/Fairfield portfolio to Robert Martin affiliate

Michael DeMarco, Mack-Cali’s CEO, said that the sale of the office/flex portfolio “substantially completes our strategic repositioning.”

Gov. Cuomo blasts Trump for not funding Gateway Tunnel project

“Inaction would be catastrophic not just for the region but for the entire national economy,” Cuomo said.

Business community to be well-represented at Irish events

Members of the Westchester business community are continuing to be as involved in Irish-oriented events in 2019 as they have been in past years.

Hudson Valley job numbers up, but not as much as elsewhere

Private educational and health services added the most of any major industry sector during the 12-month period, up by 63,200.

New York offers $30M to promote energy-advanced buildings

Awards of up to $1 million each will go to various winning applicants who have demonstrated that their proposals will result in low- or zero-emitting buildings.

GHP acquires Taxter Road office buildings in Elmsford

Andrew Greenspan, a principal in GHP Office Realty, told the Business Journal that the building had 23 tenants and was approximately 62 percent occupied.

Ready, set, dine: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kickoff

“Restaurants are so much a part of the fabric of our communities, bringing new life into neighborhoods and cities,” Janet Crawshaw told the guests at the kickoff event. “Restaurateurs bring us great food, but you’re also leading the revitalization of our valley.”

The Windward School a step closer to moving to March of...

The March of Dimes plans to move out of the building in July and The Windward School officials hope to be able to make the move into the redesigned structure next year.

Regeneron moves closer to European approval of drug for asthma

In the U.S., it is indicated for use by prescription to treat moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema.

Gov. Cuomo and Hudson Valley pols push for federal tax reform

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WJ5Ea9KS1ys In Mount Kisco this afternoon, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo launched a “Tax Fairness for the Middle Class Campaign” in the company of politicians and...

A party, a concert and the future of Westchester County Airport

The upgraded facilities represent a $70 million to $80 million investment on the part of Million Air.

Future of long-lived theater of paramount concern in Peekskill

An RFP has been issued for a new operator for the Paramount Theatre, the former movie house that went on to become a performing arts and concert venue and has played a significant role in attracting new activity to Peekskill’s downtown.

Million Air opens luxury terminal at Westchester County Airport

The design of the Million Air terminal building is unlike anything ever seen at the airport, incorporating a soaring curved roof, stone walls, six stone-framed fireplaces, wood beam ceilings, custom chandeliers, luxury seating, a coffee bar and enormous windows.

MTA board approves fare and toll hikes

The MTA's board of directors this morning approved an increase in fares for Metro-North, Long island Rail Road and New York City bus and subway riders. Also going up are tolls at the bridges and tunnels operated by the MTA.