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Newmark Grubb Knight Frank expands reach in Westchester and Fairfield

Newmark Grubb Knight Frank, one of the largest real estate service firms in the world, is broadening its reach in Westchester and Fairfield counties.

M&T Bank announces management restructuring to help pending merger

M&T Bank has promoted and added responsibilities for three executives to facilitate its pending merger with Hudson City Savings Bank.

Lowey: Sequestration could be costly for Hudson Valley

Congresswoman Nita Lowey released a report showing how much sequestration could cost the lower Hudson Valley.

Purchase College, SUNY adopt new financial aid policy

Purchase College and the State University of New York (SUNY) are adopting a new standardized financial aid letter in an effort to offer more transparency in college financing to students and their families.

Westchester Community College opens newly revamped student center

Westchester Community College spent 18 months renovating its student center, which reopened for students earlier this month.

Food Bank combats hunger with new mobile food pantry

The Food Bank for Westchester’s latest addition in the fight against hunger, the Kraft-sponsored mobile food pantry, rolled out earlier this month to address the growing need for food in the county.

NYSAR swears in president-elect

J.P. Endres-Fein was sworn in as president-elect of the New York State Association of Realtors (NYSAR) last week.

County to host affordable housing expo

Westchester County will host its 2013 Fair and Affordable Housing Expo next month in White Plains.

IBM tops list of leaders in enterprise mobility services

IBM was named as one of the key leaders in enterprise mobility services by Forrester Research Inc. earlier this month.

Students impacted by Sandy granted loan repayment extension

New York state students negatively impacted by Hurricane Sandy were recently granted an extension on loan repayments by the New York State Higher Education Services Corp.

Culinary Institute of America opens Hyde Park restaurant

The Culinary Institute of America (CIA) opened the Bocuse Restaurant to replace the acclaimed Escoffier Restaurant which closed in July.

New Rochelle Fire Dept. lieutenant named to county Human Rights Commission

Mark Lee McLean, New Rochelle Fire Department lieutenant, has been appointed to the Westchester County Human Rights Commission by County Executive Robert P. Astorino.

‘Trailblazer’ Sharon Epperson talks career, life

CNBC correspondent Sharon Epperson will receive the “Trailblazer Award” for her work in business and media, as well as financial literacy.

Stay-at-home seniors fuel Home Instead expansion

To meet the needs of the growing population of seniors in Westchester, Home Instead has opened a new facility in Yorktown Heights to assist those who choose to remain at home.

AT&T expands coverage in Westchester

AT&T is expanding the reach of its 4G LTE coverage throughout Westchester County and along Routes 95, 287, and 9A and the Hutchinson River Parkway and Westchester Avenue.