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Leslie Gordon, the president and CEO of Feeding Westchester, met with the Business Journal for an hour-long talk at the nonprofit’s Elmsford office to discuss its new name and future plans.
By fall 2019, Manhattanville officials said the new center will launch on campus and design- thinking principles will be integrated into its undergraduate and graduate courses.
The mill will craft ciders that infuse the dry and semi-dry styles of England and northern France with "Hudson Valley flare."
The new program will allow students to attend the Purchase school for their undergraduate studies then be guaranteed admission to the Syracuse school for a medical degree.
The Congress Cos. celebrated a milestone in the construction of its $60 million, 160-bed skilled nursing facility in downtown White Plains.
When announcing the federal funding, U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey said student-parents with access to affordable childcare are much more likely to graduate and pursue further education.
A $21 million project from Wilder Balter Partners brings 64 mixed-income apartments to the iconic building that once served as the Reader's Digest global headquarters.
The Hamilton Green proposal that would demolish the White Plains Mall and replace it with apartments, a food hall and an open public area will also have some space for freelancers, small businesses and anyone else in need of a place to work.
The money, announced by Sens. Schumer and Gillibrand, will be used to replace an out-of-date building on the Dutchess County airport's grounds
The 14 insurers operating in the state’s individual health insurance marketplace requested, on average, a 24 percent rate hike, up significantly from last year’s average requests of 17 percent.
The board for the Putnam historic house announced that Jennifer Carlquist, formerly Boscobel's curator, will take over as leader of the organization.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently watched from a fishing boat as parts of the demolished bridge were dropped into the Shinnecock Inlet off Hampton Bays to create an expanded artificial reef.
As New York grows its medical marijuana program, what are the opportunities for the Westchester County real estate industry?
With plans for a multimillion-dollar renovation, the tower's leasing team says the building will remain among the county’s premier office addresses.