Emcor Group reports growth in first quarter

Revenues for the Norwalk construction company were $53.1 million, compared to $34.4 million in the previous first quarter.

Ex-Jeffries trader sentenced to 24 months for RMBS fraud

Jesse C. Litvak, a former senior trader and managing director at Jeffries & Co., was sentenced to 24 months of imprisonment, followed by three years of supervised release.

Opponents see Danbury OTB plan as city’s odds-on favorite

Ethical and moral concerns, and charges of conflicts of interest, surround the issue of allowing off-track betting in the city.

Fairfield unveils plan for economic development in shadow of GE’s departure

Among other initiatives, the report recommends improving the regulatory process, supporting mixed-use development opportunities around transit, and strengthening cooperation with the town’s two universities.

New zoning could spur Pelham development

A "floating zone" aims to blend in new buildings and improve the appearance of the commercial district.

Envelope-stuffing scammer with Rockland office fined $1.2 million

Thousands of people were lured to a work-at-home scheme by the prospect of earning $5,000 a week for stuffing and mailing “special advertising letters.”

Developer plans 52-unit senior living facility in Peekskill

Trinity Associates LLC plans to develop a 52-unit independent senior living facility on the property at 1847 Crompond Road.

County’s office vacancies rise despite ‘healthy’ first-quarter leasing

A glut of office space added to the Fairfield County market in 2016 raised the county’s office availability rate in this year’s first quarter...

White Plains Hospital offers students up-close look at medical professions

As part of the program, students take part in a series of two-hour classes that offer a hands-on look at a variety of careers in the medical field.

Urstadt Biddle shops for growth in grocery retail sector

ince October, the company has coordinated a series of purchases across Connecticut and New Jersey plus a major asset sale in Westchester,.

Cappelli Organization back to work in New Rochelle

A decade after the developer tried building a 1.15-million-square-foot project on LeCount Place, it has proposed a vastly scaled-back project.

Rivertowns Square rolling out cinema, luxury apartments

The site's developer said a grocer is set to take up the space formerly intended for Mrs. Green's in the coming months, and iPic will open in May.