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The college hopes to renovate three downtown Newburgh buildings to expand it campus, while revitalizing the downtown and providing training people can use to improve their lives.
The New York Public Service Commission voted in November to renew Sustainable Westchester’s Community Choice Aggregation program.
Maryland-based Realterm Logistics is the buyer of the six-building industrial park comprising roughly 387,000 square feet off Saw Mill River Road.
Newly reported data from the U.S. Census Bureau places New York at the top of the list of just nine states that lost residents between 2017 and 2018.
The New York State Gaming Commission had planned to vote on multiple licenses related to MGM's purchase of Empire City.
Forever 21 and Golden Goose Deluxe Brand, a Venice-based, high-fashion sneaker company, are among the brands that have opened or will arrive in the next few months.
Next August, Bethel Woods will host a range of artists from different musical genres to mark the golden anniversary of the original music festival.
The Purchase-based company reported sales up 5.1 percent this holiday season from last, reaching $850 billion.
Retia Medical received U.S. Food and Drug Administration clearance for a cardiovascular monitoring system called the Argos Hemodynamic Monitor.
The latest major expansion for Woodbury Common Premium Outlets could bring hotels and new shops and restaurants to the mall, which is already an...
The $87.1 million in state REDC grant funding awarded to the Mid-Hudson region included money for some major development initiatives, each with regional implications.
The company pitches it service as a way to skip the inconveniences of commercial flights without spending thousands chartering an actual private flight.
The money was part of more than $763 million in economic and community development grant funding awarded through the eighth round of the Regional Economic Development Council initiative.
“Let’s legalize adult use of recreation marijuana once and for all,” Cuomo said. The move could bring hundreds of millions in tax revenues annually, by state estimates.
A survey from the National Retail Federation trade group found the average consumer expects to drop about $1,007 on holiday gifts and related purchases, up 4.1 percent from a year earlier.