INDUSTRIES

Delayed Sleepy Hollow development Edge-on-Hudson moves toward home construction

Vertical construction could soon begin at Edge-on-Hudson, the 67-acre mixed-use development in Sleepy Hollow.

Former Astorino aides join Mount Vernon mayor’s IDA

Eileen Mildenberger, an attorney who had once directed the county Industrial Development agency, and Edwin J. “Ned” McCormack were appointed by the IDA board.

Champion Fuel ordered to pay restitution to heating oil customers

The court’s decision is the second time that David DeSilva Sr. of Hopewell Junction has been reined in for cheating customers.

Kartrite Hotel and Waterpark to open at billion-dollar Sullivan County casino...

The all-seasons waterpark that will open next to the Resorts World Catskills casino will also feature a luxury hotel with 324 guest suites.

Elite Airways announces direct flights from White Plains to Myrtle Beach

Beginning on April 5, flights will run on Thursdays and Sundays, with early-bird fares starting at $199 each way.

Sacred Heart University completes new residence hall

The Pierre Toussaint Hall is part of a planned development project, marking the first phase of a six-building residential complex master plan.

Elias Sabo named CEO at Westport’s Compass Group

Sabo will succeed Alan B. Offenberg, who is retiring from his positions as CEO and as a director of the company.

Judge rules against dismissing criminal charges against disbarred Middletown attorney

U.S. District Court Judge Nelson S. Roman in White Plains rejected every argument by the former Middletown lawyer in a Jan. 9 opinion.

Westchester commercial landlords, developers see solid market, with challenges ahead

A panel of landlords and developers at the annual BOMA luncheon said 2017 beat projections for the local commercial real estate market, but cautioned about the year ahead.

Law firm Tooher, Wocl & Leydon becomes Wocl Leydon LLC

The firm was founded in 1991 and concentrates on cases involving automobile and trucking accidents, personal injuries, medical malpractice and product liability litigation.

Greenwich exec Ned Lamont announces candidacy for governor

Lamont sought the party's nomination in 2010, spending $9 million of his own money but losing to then-Stamford Mayor Dannel P. Malloy.

Union, Entergy remain in talks to avert strike at Indian Point...

UWUA Local 1-2 represents more than 400 workers at Indian Point. The union is negotiating for a new deal before its current one expires Jan. 17.