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S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water now available in cans

The water, which is sourced at San Pellegrino Terme in Italy's Lombardy region, has always been bottled since it was introduced to retail channels in 1899.

Westchester Avenue office building sells for $24 million

The buyer is 2975 Westchester LLC, an entity controlled by the Schur family of Greenwich. The seller is an affiliated company of Rye Brook-based RPW Group.

Titan Concrete sues Jenna Concrete for $2M

The competitor "never intended to acquire Titan at all,” according to the lawsuit, “but rather, intended to use the confidential information for its own benefit and to Titan’s detriment.”

Area microbreweries sometimes face food fight

Selling a brew at places like Nod Hill in Ridgefield and Broken Bow in Tuckahoe is easy enough, but getting permission for food trucks to operate on-site can be another story.

New parking lot opens in downtown Yonkers

Located at the corner of Main Street and Nepperhan Avenue, the new lot features 13 outdoor parking spaces.

Demolition of Standard Oil Co. Carriage Barn delayed by 90 days

Constructed in 1901 by Standard Oil Co., the historic building is one of three brick barn structures that remain in Connecticut.

Utiliz expands service offering to Maryland market

“Energy deregulation has the potential to empower millions of consumers to make better, more affordable and more sustainable energy choices,” said Utiliz CEO Cami Boehme.

Farm fresh beer builds buzz at Plan Bee Farm Brewery

Led by a husband-wife team, the brewery has been selling beer made solely from New York ingredients since 2013 and just finished its new tasting room.

Southport entrepreneurs peel off eggstra special kitchen gadget

During a Kickstarter campaign, co-creator Sheila Torgan was surprised to find interest in The Negg from "the most handsome, fit men that I’ve ever seen in my life."

Suite Talk: John Pinto, president and CEO of Pentegra

"One of those most rewarding things, what we do here, is to provide retirement solutions to companies around the country so they can offer employee retirement plans," the exec noted. "To be a part of that solution – to help people out – is very, very gratifying.”

New owner, new outreach as Arthur Murray Danbury hits 40

Longtime dance instructor and new owner Andy Cabell wants to expand the studio's team-building offerings. “Part of our job is to organize events that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, which can be an exciting – and valuable – thing," he said.

Trombley brings new energy to University of Bridgeport’s leadership

“The city of Bridgeport and the University of Bridgeport are truly interconnected,” said Laura Skandera Trombley, who recently became the 10th president of the school.