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$1.5B international consulting firm opens Westchester/Southern Connecticut office

An international consulting firm with sales of about $1.5 billion a year, more than 7,500 employees and offices in more than 30 cities around...

Manhattanville, Mercy colleges offering help to former CNR nursing students

Mercy College has been approved by the New York State Education Department to provide increased degree offerings online and at its Dobbs Ferry, Manhattan and Bronx campuses.

The Landing at Dobbs Ferry sues Greenburgh assessor in condo tax...

Her duty is a “purely ministerial, non-discretionary statutory mandate.”

Last picture show: iPic Entertainment closing Dobbs Ferry theater

The iPic theater at Rivertowns Square in Dobbs Ferry will be showing its last movie on Sunday, after its parent company, iPic Entertainment Inc.,...

Mercy College announces ‘MercyManhattan’ rebrand and expansion

The school's midtown space will grow to more than 95,000 square feet over the next two years. The campus will be rebranded as MercyManhattan.

Business of business schools exposed in Mercy College vs. Long Island...

Mercy claims a former dean forwarded confidential student information to himself before he went to work for LIU.

Chipotle opens in Dobbs Ferry

Chipotle Mexican Grill opened its newest Westchester store at 12 Lawrence St. in Dobbs Ferry this week.

Insight Venture employees help out at St. Christopher’s in Dobbs Ferry

Manhattan-based investment firm Insight Venture Partners partnered for a day of giving with St. Christopher’s Inc. — a Hudson Valley organization dedicated to helping...

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.

Tenant buys former Dobbs Ferry bank building

Ward Capital Management has converted the Art Deco landmark for retail and residential uses since leasing the building.

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...

Mercy College reopens campuses after “unsubstantiated” threat

Mercy College reopened all four of its campuses today after they were evacuated Tuesday.

Legal holding pattern for Rivertowns lawsuit

Ardsley alleges neighboring village failed in its review process.

Rivertowns Square gains key approval

Trustees open doors to mixed-use Dobbs Ferry development.

Raising funds, model citizens

St. Christopher’s, with headquarters in Dobbs Ferry, traces its roots back to the 19th century. Today, the not-for-profit organization continues to raise funds – and awareness – to continue its mission of serving special education students with emotional, behavioral and learning disabilities.