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Business, government and community leaders gather for WCA event

Organizations honored for their achievements at the Westchester County Association's Nov. 30 event included Skanska, Westhab and WMCHealth.

Westchester County Association names John Ritacco interim president/CEO

John E. Ritacco, the former president and CEO of CMS Bancorp Inc., has been named the interim president/CEO of the Westchester County Association effective...

Westchester, Hudson Valley business groups suspend merger talks

Differences in business philosophies that arose during the period of due diligence were cited as one reason for calling the union off, though just what those differences are was unaddressed.

William Mooney Jr. to step down from Westchester County Association post...

Mooney said he'll "still be busy," with plans to remain active in the organization, as well as through other roles in the Westchester and Hudson Valley business communities.

Westchester County Association calls on Aetna to keep Montefiore coverage

Montefiore Health System could be forced out of Aetna’s provider network on Sept. 8. That means this list of hospitals — White Plains Hospital,...

Thomas Madden: Repurposing vacant office parks a necessity

Having done well in Westchester County, Madden views repurposing Stamford's High Ridge Park as a test case for Fairfield County. The proposal to repurpose one of the six buildings into a fitness facility has run into significant opposition from neighboring residents.

Special honors from Family Services of Westchester

Family Services of Westchester’s annual Star Gala will take place on April 20 at the Glen Island Harbour Club in New Rochelle. It will...

WCA forum to discuss economic growth in new environment

The Westchester County Association will host "Westchester: County of Tomorrow" on April 29, a conference focused on achieving smart economic growth as Westchester County emerges as...

Business groups reflect on election results

With the re-election of President Obama to a second term, business groups in Westchester are hopeful that this will improve a business climate that has been battered by the economic recession.