Package store trade group counters Lamont proposal on recycling liquor bottles

Gov. Lamont estimated $6 million could be raised by Fiscal Year 2020 with his liquor bottle recycling proposal.

Stamford’s Independence Holding faces Congressional heat over insurance practices

A committee is examining whether short-term insurance vendors are in part misleading consumers.

Construction firm payroll manager accused of diverting $472,731 to himself

From March 2015 to September 2017, the complaint states, Xiomel Santos of Dobbs Ferry made 33 wire transfers in the names of 12 people who no longer worked for the company.

Westchester County Airport runway project estimated to cost $21.7M

The Westchester County Board of Legislators voted to issue $10 million in county bonds to repave and make other improvements to the main runway with the remaining money to come from the FAA and New York state.

Ash Creek Enterprises seeks to smoke out cybersecurity threats

When the IT consultancy first opened 20 years ago, mainframes and dumb terminals were considered cutting-edge.

Greenwich lawyer accused of being part of college admissions scheme

“I’m not worried about the moral issue here," Gordon Caplan, who has been placed on leave by law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher, can allegedly be heard saying on a federal wiretap.

U.S. Sen. Murphy heads overseas for talks about Brexit drama

The Connecticut Democrat, who is a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, is to meet with officials in London, Belfast and Dublin to discuss the impact of Brexit on transatlantic relations.

Malibu Taco coming to Fairfield’s Post Road

Malibu Taco will include an outdoor patio overlooking Post Road along with a dining and bar room.

Neighborhood opposition surfaces to 1133 Westchester Ave. apartments project

The March 4 public hearing brought comments about a proposed zoning change as well as elements of the proposed site plan.

Fighting diabetes is serious business for NYMC’s new dean

Dr. Jerry L. Nadler, a renowned diabetes expert and leading researcher into the causes and treatment of the disease, is NYMC’s new dean of the School of Medicine.

Phyllis Ayman’s new book considers the quality of elder care

"Once in every 66 seconds, a person is diagnosed with Alzheimer's in this country," said Phyllis Ayman, Cos Cob-based speech pathlogist.

Go Team: Area companies experimenting with team-building offerings

Escape rooms, scavenger hunts, and axe-throwing competitions go well beyond the traditional corporate spa retreats.