Health care lessons learned from the pandemic

Bucello noted that “over 40% of U.S, employees do not feel that quality mental health care is easy to find.”
Floor & Decor rendering.

Plan to bring Floor & Decor to Port Chester under review

The owner of a 6.23-acre commercial property at 130 Midland Ave. in Port Chester is seeking village approval to demolish the existing building and...

NYC developers spar over Stamford office property ground lease

At press time, 1111 Summer Street Ventures did not respond to requests for comment.
President and Mrs, Biden visit a makeshift memorial in Buffalo honoring victims of the supermarket shooting.

Law enforcement expert urges business preparation for mass shootings

While elected officials propose new gun laws and call on social media companies to block hate speech in the wake of the May 14...
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Dutchess housing needs through 2040 studied

Dutchess County has prepared a new Housing Needs Assessment that analyzes what has happened in recent years in the county and projects what will...

Pilot program explores psychedelics for PTSD treatment

The pilot program is the first in the country.

What does the future hold for Norwalk’s industrial waterfront?

Some of those watching the webinar voiced their opposition to the plan.

NY Fed chief defends central bank’s handling of inflation crisis

"The primary focus of monetary policy is to turn down the heat and restore price stability," Williams said.

Study shows digital banking alternatives catching on

According to the recently released J.D. Power 2022 U.S. Direct Banking Satisfaction Study, 27% of banking customers in the U.S. use an online-only bank,...

Connecticut Green Bank closes second round of Green Liberty Notes

“We wanted to make the green energy economy available to everyone,” Hunter said.

Signs of the time: Cannabis billboard advertising faces restrictions

"I'm sick of seeing these billboards with cannabis leaves splayed all across them," said Rep. Mike D’Agostino.

New documentary celebrates Stamford’s bygone era of mom-and-pop stores

The film originated from a historic society slide show.
Gary Barnett, founder and chairman of Extell. Photo by Peter Katz.

Heavyweight NYC developer Extell starts building in Westchester

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZmH18DvmPLg Extell Development, which is viewed as redefining the Manhattan skyline with its high-rise projects that include the 1,550-feet-tall, 131-story Central Park Tower, has started...
Rendering of a section of the Golden Hill project.

Housing possible for former Ulster County jail site

Pennrose NY Developer LLC has been seeking approval from the city of Kingston in Ulster County to develop Golden Hill, a multibuilding residential complex...

Contributed Writer: How to act if you missed the April tax deadline

Taxpayers who have a history of filing and paying on time often qualify for penalty relief.
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Chappaqua’s Points Mom offers insight on credit card reward programs

Greenstein stressed that loyalty programs are to be avoided.
A treatment room at ProHEALTH Dental Yorktown.

Putting new faces on certain types of real estate

An Armonk-based construction company has been expanding its activities in the Hudson Valley while at the same time developing a specialty in creating health...
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Molinaro: Dutchess financials strong

Dutchess County Executive Marc Molinaro, a Republican who announced that he would be running to unseat Democratic Congressman Antonio Delgado before Delgado was named...

Decoding the opportunities with NFTs

“People are making a ton of money off of NFTs,” Johnson said.

Viewing America through a caste lens

Wilkerson spanned the American experience from the colonial era through today.

Connecticut’s infrastructure conundrum persists amid renewed focus

"People think we just have cash rain down us in Hartford," said Boughton.
Co-Op City - some of the buildings and a garage. Photo by Peter Katz.

Westchester attorney is instrumental in $621.5M refinancing

A Westchester attorney whose firm is based in Yonkers was instrumental in coordinating a real estate refinancing so significant that it was announced jointly...
Winston Farm in Saugerties. Satellite photo via Google Maps.

Development plan in the works for 815-acre HV property

The owners of the 815-acre Winston Farm in Saugerties where the 1994 version of the Woodstock music festival was held want to develop the...
Part of the Yonkers waterfront along Hudson River.

Working to help improve a growing downtown

The Yonkers Downtown/Waterfront Business Improvement District (YDWBID) covers an area with commercial and residential properties that has undergone rapid growth in recent years. According...