Vendor showcase

The Building and Realty Institute recently hosted its vendor showcase at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in White Plains.

Specialist honored

Dr. Robert Josephberg, chief of retina and vitreous at Westchester Medical Center was recently inducted into the Retina Hall of Fame.  

Career closet completes competition

Staff members just completed a fall collection drive in which they acquired 188 items.

A tree grows in anytown

King Garden Designs has launched an effort to help municipalities bring more trees and related vegetation to their communities.

Tree of Life

White Plains-based Hospice of Westchester recently hosted its 16th annual Tree of Life reception at the Hilton Westchester in Rye Brook. 

Lions Clubs merge

The Larchmont and Mamaroneck Lions Clubs have announced they will merge.

$100K at Stepping Stone’s fundraiser

FriendsGiving raised more than $100,000 for the nonprofit museum’s Open Arms Accessibility initiative.

Board changes for Adam’s House

The nonprofit is based in Shelton and offers free educational and peer-support programs to grieving children, ages 4 to 18, and their families. 

Andi Gray: Who is accountable?

It’s often said that business owners are the least accountable people in the world, because they report to no one — ouch!

A positive direction for Hrbek

The Westport nonprofit Positive Directions has appointed Jennifer Hrbek as its new executive director.

Tree of Light gathering

Approximately 200 people gathered at Greenwich Hospital’s annual Tree of Light celebration that benefited the Home Hospice Program. 

Norman G. Grill: Three small-company retirement plans with tax benefits

Setting up an employer-sponsored retirement plan can be a smart way to save for your own retirement, help your workers do the same and reap tax benefits.