Home Authors Posts by Tarice L.S. Gray

Tarice L.S. Gray


Independents still booking sales in Westchester

Independent bookstores in Westchester keep pace with a national trend of increased sales.

School districts push letter-writing campaign to get mandate relief

Twelve school districts in Westchester are appealing to parents to write to their representatives in Albany to push for mandate relief.

Forum touts shift from big banks to credit unions

A March 18 forum in White Plains will discuss how to move your money from big commercial banks to local credit unions that offer many of the same services.

WCC to host free financial advice conference

Westchester Community College will host a conference offering free financial advice to area residents March 23.

Mega Mixer Business Expo promotes opportunities for area businesses

The annual Mega Mixer Business Expo will be held March 13 for businesspeople hoping to find new opportunities in the Hudson Valley.

Hudson Valley hosts 7th annual restaurant week

The Hudson Valley will host its seventh annual restaurant week March 11-24. This year, the focus is on farm-to-table and locally grown foods.

Chase expands program for affluent Westchester customers

The Chase Private Client program is expected to expand to 60 offices in Westchester County by the end of the year to better serve affluent customers.

Metro North stations sharing coveted space with full-service restaurants

In Westchester County, some Metro North stations are emerging as destinations for full-service restaurants.

MDxpress urgent care center opens in Mamaroneck

MDxpress, a new urgent care facility, will make its Westchester County debut today at its newest site in Mamaroneck.

Attorney General releases list of top fraud complaints for 2012

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's office has compiled a list of the top 10 consumer fraud complaints it received last year.

TD Bank branch manager charged with stealing $739K from clients

A TD Bank branch manager in Larchmont was arrested and charged with stealing $739,000 from several bank customers over the course of a year.

FDIC approves Apple Bank’s bid to acquire Emigrant Savings Bank branches

The FDIC and New York Department of Financial Services have approved Apple Bank's acquisition of 29 Emigrant Savings Bank branches.

A homegrown treat poised for takeoff

Lola Granola Bar Inc. had some hiccups as creator Mary Molina positioned herself to mass produce and market her creation, and now embraces the opportunities she hopes are in their near future.

Report: Community banks thriving despite significant challenges

A report from the Department of Financial Services in New York shows community banks have decreased in number over the last 20 years but increased in total assets.

Mid-Hudson Valley to host gay travel and tourism conference

The mid-Hudson Valley will host the first-ever New York State Gay & Lesbian Tourism Conference in late March.