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Ryan Deffenbaugh

Ryan Deffenbaugh covers energy, education, food and beverage and the Sound Shore for the Westchester County Business Journal. He previously worked for Westchester Magazine and The Citizen daily newspaper (Auburn, N.Y.). He started with the Westchester County Business Journal in March 2016.

Hospital for Special Surgery opens Westchester outpatient center

The building was a former data center for IBM at the 620,000-square-foot complex, which is owned by Rye Brook-based RPW Group.

Medical leasing drives strong third quarter for Westchester office market

A major lease renewal and expansion by Montefiore in Yonkers led a solid quarter in Westchester's office market.

Three women named senior VPs at WMC Health Network

The three executives bring public-sector experience to the Valhalla-based hospital network.

Doctors of Distinction to honor 9 top Westchester physicians

The fifth annual event will be held at 5:30 p.m. at C.V. Rich Mansion at 305 Ridgeway in White Plains.

Panel: Is single payer health care right for NY?

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef's panel asked public officials, doctors and researchers to weigh the pros and cons of single-payer care.

Life after Indian Point: Cortlandt seeks to replace revenue loss as...

As Indian Point Energy Center prepares to shut down in four years, and take with it a huge chunk of revenue for its surrounding...

Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. addresses growing cyberthreat

“We are either going to get together and figure out how we share solutions on cyber, or... we are going to be picked off company by company."

DiNapoli: More than $27B needed to fix state’s local bridges

Almost half of Westchester's bridges are considered functionally obsolete, according to the report.

Local chambers team up to launch Chamber Alliance of Rockland County

The chambers of Nanuet, North Rockland, New City, Nyack, Pearl River, Piermont and Suffern have all joined the initiative.

Dr. Richard Morel named CareMount’s deputy chief medical officer

Morel will manage the doctor group's physician operations in Putnam, Dutchess and Ulster counties. 

ThePowerLab launches co-working space, incubator in southwest Yonkers

Its founder, CDGC, hopes The PowerLab will bring new economic opportunity to its southwest Yonker neighborhood.

Senior housing planned for Rye Brook office building campus

A developer has filed plans to demolish a mostly vacant office building at 900 King St. in Rye Brook and build a 269-unit senior housing campus with age-restricted townhouses and apartments and an assisted living facility.

State receives $754,700 SBA grant to help small businesses boost exports

Global NY will combine the federal grant with state dollars to invest more than $1.16 million in small businesses statewide through September 2018.

On bad reviews and rising costs: Hudson Valley chefs speak out

When minimum wage goes up a dollar or restaurants have to provide health insurance for more employees, the answer is to raise the price on menu items as needed, Andy Nusser said.

CareConnect to stop sales and renewals of insurance policies in 2018

The announcement is part of a plan between the insurer and the state Department of Financial Services to wind down CareConnect's operations.