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Sam Barron

Sam Barron is a former reporter for The Westchester county Business Journal.

Redevelopment of Legionaries property still on hold

The town of New Castle delayed declaring itself lead agency for the development of the Legionaires of Christ property at a May 21 meeting.

Jenkins sues to block Playland operations agreement

Ken Jenkins, chairman of the Board of Legislators, has filed a complaint in state court to block an agreement allowing Sustainable Playland to run Playland.

Westchester groups launch STOP Albany

STOP Albany, a group composed of various Westchester officials, plans to lobby Albany for mandate relief.

Cuomo pitches SUNY tax-free business zones

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced a no-tax initiative to assist upstate SUNY campuses and communities in attracting start-ups, venture capital and investments.

Region sees job growth

The Westchester-Putnam-Rockland region saw an increase in private sector jobs

Second assisted living project stirs in Pleasantville

The Jewish Child Care Association is proposing a senior living facility on its Pleasantville campus

Hot jobs heat up Westchester

Employment agencies in Westchester discuss the hottest job trends

Rye exec charged with stealing $230,000

A Rye resident was charged in New Jersey for allegedly stealing more than $230,000 in investor funds

Greater Hudson partners with Newtek Business

Greater Hudson Bank partners with Newtek Business to offer small business loans.

IBM software targets savings

IBM announced new software it says will make businesses more efficient.

IBM earns industry kudos

IBM Corp. was named as one of the best data providers by IT analyst firm International Data Corp.

City inks lease to reopen theater

The Paramount is re-opening May 26 after formally signing a lease agreement with the city of Peekskill.

MC Energy taking pulse of green market

Valhalla-based MC Energy Services helps clients find the best energy company

LCOR proposal moves forward in Greenburgh

A proposal for 411,450 square-feet of retail with a 110-room hotel is being considered in Greenburgh

Cuomo wants board to help struggling municipalities

Gov. Andrew Cuomo proposed a board of state officials to help struggling municipalities.