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Greenwich Hospital’s emergency department recalls Covid’s worst days in new book

Dr. Davison recalled he was one of the first Covid patients.

Waterstone of Westchester opens in White Plains

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Z9mzIcBFq4 The senior living development Waterstone of Westchester has opened and the first residents have moved into the building at 150 Bloomingdale Road in White...

Hudson Valley small businesses facing federal loan repayment 

In the Hudson Valley, 36,371 businesses or nonprofits owe the federal government $4,046,022,794 in COVID Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL) that begin to come...

Ulster County Executive positive on recovery

Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan in his 2022 State of the County Address said that the county has shown strength and resilience in the...

Westchester and Valley complete banking merger

The merger of Valley National Bankcorp and The Westchester Bank Holding Corp. has been completed. Westchester’s wholly owned subsidiary The Westchester Bank has become...

Unemployment rate drops, 678,000 workers added

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported this morning that the unemployment rate dropped to 3.8% in February, only slightly higher than the...

AG recovers $400K from Covid-19 testers

The funds were for customers of two health care operators, one of which operated through locations in White Plains, that failed to live up to promises of providing results of Covid-19 tests in a timely manner.

Real estate’s rebound examined in HGAR event

“I’m very bullish as we go into 2022," HGAR CEO Richard Haggerty said.

Latimer signs new county budget while at home recovering from Covid

The budget, totaling $2.2 billion, includes a $7 million property tax cut, compared with cuts of $1 million in each of the two previous budgets.

BREAKING NEWS: Latimer has Covid; mild symptoms

In an exclusive telephone interview with the Business Journal, Latimer said, “I have very light symptoms but I do have a scratchy throat and a light cough and a little bit of sniffles."

New food incubator proposed for former firehouse in Peekskill

The Peekskill Firehouse Kitchen Incubator was proposed earlier this year, as a joint project among the Peekskill Industrial Development Agency, Peekskill Facilities Development Corp. and the Westchester County Office of Economic Development. Recently, the IDA has been discussing final plans for the space.

UPDATED: Westchester has first Omicron case; Latimer signs emergency declaration

At the same time, it was disclosed that there is a confirmed case of the Covid-19 Omicron variant in Westchester County.

De Blasio issues vaccine mandate for all private-sector businesses in NYC

The mandate will go into effect on Dec. 27. At that time, all workers in approximately 184,000 businesses throughout the city will be required to have been vaccinated against the virus.

Westchester on the lookout for Omicron

County Executive George Latimer reported that there have not yet been any cases of the Omicron variant detected in Westchester.

Major renovations already underway, Norwalk Hospital eyes further expansion

Dealing with all the changes at the facility "can be nerve-wracking -- but it's exciting too," says Norwalk Hospital President Peter Cordeau.