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New Rochelle starts Nardozzi Place condemnation

Auto Sunroof CEO Paul Spadaccini has previously questioned whether the city is willing to pay what his property is worth.

Business community to be well-represented at Irish events

Members of the Westchester business community are continuing to be as involved in Irish-oriented events in 2019 as they have been in past years.

B:Hive Coworking is banking on future entrepreneurs

“It’s a fun and unique space,” said co-founder Jordan Rabidou of B:Hive's Bridgeport location within a 1930 Beaux Art bank building.

Andi Gray: How to instill time management in your employees

Hold a weekly meeting to review the overall flow of work. Keep a calendar with notations for big projects that might come in so everyone can see where a jam-up in workload might happen.

Norman Grill: Following tax reform, does it pay to itemize?

You have a choice each year when you file your income tax return: take the standard deduction or itemize your deductions. That choice, however, is more complicated under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

Hudson Valley job numbers up, but not as much as elsewhere

Private educational and health services added the most of any major industry sector during the 12-month period, up by 63,200.

What you need to know about financial planning for college...

There are many ways to save for college education. It’s the how and where that is the hard part. 

Dujardin joins Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum board

Trudy Dujardin has joined the Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum (LMMM) Board of Trustees in Norwalk. According to Patsy Brescia, LMMM chairman of the board, “We are...

Family-owned businesses honored at Westfair Communications event

Tales both humorous and poignant were heard at the Westfair Communications Family-Owned Business Awards that honored more than 20 businesses from Westchester and Fairfield counties.

Ready, set, dine: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kickoff

“Restaurants are so much a part of the fabric of our communities, bringing new life into neighborhoods and cities,” Janet Crawshaw told the guests at the kickoff event. “Restaurateurs bring us great food, but you’re also leading the revitalization of our valley.”

The Windward School a step closer to moving to March of...

The March of Dimes plans to move out of the building in July and The Windward School officials hope to be able to make the move into the redesigned structure next year.

Proposed Connecticut Infrastructure Bank could unlock ‘billions, if not trillions’ of...

The bank would “finance a loan program with funds appropriated from the Special Transportation Fund or other sources of revenue designated for infrastructure improvements.