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Verrino Construction files for bankruptcy protection

“Without relief of this bankruptcy filing,” Richard Verrino says, "debtor would be taken apart and overwhelmed by some creditors at the expense of all others.”

Westchester commits $28.4M for residential, retail, nursing home projects

The approvals, including three that are preliminary and one that is final, grant mortgage tax and sales tax exemptions and authorize bond financing.

Hotels, apartments proposed on former MBIA, IBM sites

As Westchester Avenue continues its transformation from a corporate corridor to a home for apartments, grocery stores and mega gyms, the repurposing trend appears to be spreading north up Interstate 684.

IBM leads Westchester County companies on Fortune 500

The Armonk company’s new ranking was reflective of its 4 percent revenue growth in the fourth quarter of 2017, the first increase after 22 consecutive quarters of decline.

New restaurant Tauk Kitchen and Bar opens in Armonk

The restaurant, owned by Frances Leone, was inspired by his childhood vacations to Montauk.

WCHN-Northwell collaboration seen as beneficial to partners, patients alike

The agreement is the latest evidence of a growing trend for players in the health care space: Look for opportunities to join forces, or risk being left behind.

Swiss Re, with help from Bill Clinton, launches Westchester’s largest solar...

President Bill Clinton helped cut the ribbon as the company launched its 2 megawatt array, which has 7,700 photovoltaic panels.

Tasteful Treats and Treasures to open retail shop in Armonk

The company is relocating and expanding its operation to the storefront at 144 Bedford Road from its former warehouse facility in Banksville.

Former Xerox CTO joins IBM Research as COO

Before her 25-year career at Xerox, Sophie Vandebroek worked as an IBM researcher in Yorktown Heights, N.Y.

Stile Fashion and Home opens in Armonk

The clothing and home goods store recently opened its doors in downtown Armonk at 428 Main St.

Swiss Re breaks ground on county’s largest solar array at Armonk...

Swiss Re, a global reinsurer based in Zurich, broke ground on what will be the largest solar array in Westchester in front of a...

Bankruptcy court approves sale of publisher

A White Plains, N.Y., bankruptcy judge approved the sale of Main Street Connect's 41 websites - including 11 in Fairfield County - to its founder and two shareholders for $800,000, after no other bids for the company were received.

DeCicco’s fills market void in Armonk

A family-owned outfit builds a new supermarket; CVS slotted for former A&P.

IBM earns industry kudos

IBM Corp. was named as one of the best data providers by IT analyst firm International Data Corp.

Online publisher files for bankruptcy

Main Street Connect, which publishes The Daily Voice, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last week.