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UPDATED Election results: Latimer cruises in Westchester, Simmons tops Valentine in...

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.

Acorda Therapeutics of Ardsley to cut staff by 15% and make...

Acorda Therapeutics is cutting its workforce by 15% and outsourcing certain unspecified operations, resulting in a savings of $20 million, according to the Ardsley-based...

Westchester IDA OKs $905,000 benefit for Ardsley biotech project

The developer says it is targeting small life science companies that cannot afford the costs of outfitting expensive labs.

Businesses eagerly await Ashford Avenue Bridge completion

“It seems like they’re so close this time you can almost touch it,” said Jimmy Dixon, manager of Modern Paint and Hardware, which sits just off the Ardsley end of the bridge at 686 Saw Mill River Road.

GoFundMe appeal results in guilty plea from Ardsley ‘cancer victim’

Vedoutie Hoobraj, who also is known as Shivonie Deokaran, raised more than $50,000, mostly in and around Ardsley, with poignant appeals about her plight.

Westchester municipalities see revenue boost in first year of hotel tax

A majority of the 14 Westchester municipalities approved to pursue a local hotel room occupancy tax implemented the 3 percent surcharge in 2017.

Walgreens scuttles Rite Aid acquisition, will buy 2,000 stores instead

Walgreens will acquire almost half of Rite Aid’s U.S. stores for $5.18 billion in cash.The new deal would still create the nation’s largest drugstore chain.

Acorda patents ruled invalid for MS drug Ampyra

The Ardsley biotech company faces competition from generic manufacturers after a judge ruled four of five patents invalid for Acorda's top-selling drug brand Ampyra.

Cuomo OKs hotel occupancy tax for Westchester towns, villages

Cuomo vetoed similar bills last year, saying at the time that the state Legislature has historically only approved occupancy tax bills for counties and cities, not towns or villages.

Landowner scraps proposed Jefferson at Saw Mill project

Plans for a 272-unit residential complex complex on a brownfield cleanup site in Ardsley have been scrapped, according to Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner, citing...

NY State Senate approves hotel tax; bills head to Cuomo

The New York State Senate approved legislation over the weekend authorizing certain municipalities to impose an up to 3 percent hotel/motel occupancy tax on...

Hearing on Jefferson complex expected to be well attended

The biggest issues that are anticipated to be raised at the hearing include increased traffic and an increased number of children in the Ardsley school system.