SUNY Sullivan, Center for Discovery partner in hemp pilot program

The Catskills partners will explore biodynamic growing methods to produce high-quality hemp for potential medical uses.

IT considerations when retiring or terminating an employee

How should a business approach the end of its relationship with an employee from an IT point of view? Having a plan in place...

Ask Andi: Teaching people to lead

We have a supervisor who doesn’t come forward with solutions. He doesn’t talk in meetings. He just listens and comes to my partner or...

Ossining greenway cited by NY Planning Federation

The New York Planning Federation has honored the village of Ossining with an award for its Sing Sing Kill Greenway. Mayor Victoria Gearity accepted...

UJA-Federation of New York marks 100 years

The UJA-Federation of New York held its Westchester Centennial Celebration at the Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on March 29. The 100th birthday event...

WEDC receives $5,000 donation

The Women’s Enterprise Development Center Inc. (WEDC) has received a $5,000 donation from the KeyBank Foundation to support programs and services offered through its...

Comic Joe Gerics brings comedy home to Fairfield

For the past five years, funnyman Joe Gerics has plumbed the New York comedy scene in search of an audience — which is no...

Pricey kids’ wear finds a pop-up outlet with Westport mompreneurs

Recycled Lines offers three-times-a-year line-up of premium clothing selections.

Stymied developer sees progress on downtown Darien project

The goal is to compete with the likes of Greenwich and New Canaan from both a retail and a demographic standpoint.

Yonkers prepares for legal battle with NYC over waterfront property

Yonkers says the MTA bus property is necessary for its master plan for development along the Yonkers waterfront.

Plans for Bradford Road apartments revived in Mount Vernon

NRP Group of Cleveland wants to build 120 market-rate apartments, in a $31.5 million project.

Developer plans 128-unit complex on former Yonkers School 19 site

Alma Realty Corp. plans to construct a $28 million, eight-story development with 24 studio, 64 one-bedroom and 40 two-bedroom units.