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Unemployment benefits extended for Sandy victims

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state is offering additional benefits for those who lost their jobs due to the impact of Hurricane Sandy.

New robot-assisted procedure first of its kind in Westchester

Surgeons at Northern Westchester Hospital completed kidney surgery using robot assistance, done for the first time in the county.

Bike shop donates inventory to families in need

Bicycle World in Mount Kisco donated 17 bikes to children in needy families through the local chapter of the Boys and Girls Club.

New ways to withstand climate disruption

Franz Litz, executive director at the Pace Energy and Climate Center, has spent much of his career looking for ways to lessen the impact of what he calls “climate disruption.”

Couple revamps popular Bronxville wine and liquor store

An enterprising couple adds Topps Wine and Liquor store in Bronxville to their Topps Bakery just next door.

Successful mixed-use housing model reignites supporters

A panel discussion in Connecticut centers on the expanding interest in regional development of mixed-use housing.

Recovery costs exceed $30M for Westchester parks

Area parks need over $30 million in damage repair after Sandy to get back to being functional for area residents.

Local activists champion push to end fracking

Activists in Greenburgh are asking citizens to call lawmakers and the governor to end the process of fracking which they deem to be hazardous to the environment.

Restaurant Week forges ahead

Hudson Valley Restaurant Week is moving forward despite some restaurateurs feeling a significant sense of loss post-Sandy.

Hotels attempt to recoup after Sandy

Westchester hotels have had to deal with a range of issues from customer cancellations, power outages, and phone lines down in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

Area banks offer financial forgiveness to storm victims

Apple Bank and M&T Bank are offering fee waivers and leniency to those who have fallen on hard times due to Hurricane Sandy.

Aetna, WESTMED promote Medical Home program

Aetna and WESTMED have launched a two-year initiative to build the Patient Centered Medical Home program.

Customers Bank launches loan program for Sandy victims

Customers Bank, which has a local branch in Rye Brook, is promoting a special loan program to financially aid those devastated by Hurricane Sandy.