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Murdock new corporate responsibility officer at Key Bank

KeyBank has announced that Renee Murdock will serve as corporate responsibility officer for the Hudson Valley/Metro NY market. She will be responsible for driving KeyBank’s Community Reinvestment...

NYMC students and faculty active off campus

New York Medical College said that students and a faculty member have been involved in projects off the college’s Valhalla campus.  Stuart A. Newman, professor of cell...

Feb. 27: Construction companies

A list of construction companies was published in the Monday, Feb. 27 combined issue of the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. The lists contain a sampling of...

Legal records February 27

Westfair Communications offers the only comprehensive source of legal records for Westchester County, Fairfield County and the Hudson Valley. Download the files below to access...

Northwell to acquire stake in Surgical Specialty Center in Harrison

The pending partnership agreement gives Northwell the option to acquire a majority stake in the physician-owned Surgical Specialty Center of Westchester.

J.C. Penney closing up to 140 stores nationwide; local impact uncertain

A list of affected retail outlets will not be available until next month.

Larceny minus restitution equals eight weekends for Yonkers bus owner

“In grand larceny, the more you can return in restitution, the better off you will be in regard to prison time.”

CT immigrant households earn nearly 14 percent of all state income

New data finds 36,028 Connecticut-based immigrant entrepreneurs who generate $1.1 billion in income.

PhysicianOne Urgent Care partners with Yale New Haven Health

The pact adds access to Yale's primary care providers and specialists throughout Connecticut and Westchester County.

Kennedy’s All-American Barber Club to open in Bethel

Upscale barbership franchise to open sixth Fairfield County location.

Business Council of Westchester to host ‘Reimagining Our Downtowns’ panel

During the discussion, panelists will share insight into what today’s urban dwellers are looking for. Those in attendance will also learn what Westchester's cities can do in order to be seen as "go-to" communities.

Wartburg invests $1M in assisted living facility renovations

The Mount Vernon nonprofit used tax-exempt bonds to finance the renovations project at its Meadowview Assisted Living Residence.

Henkel rides to strong quarterly, year-end results on back of Sun...

The German consumer products company is moving its North American headquarters from Arizona to Stamford this year.

A secret no more, BioInc@NYMC plots its future growth

For $100 per square foot, BioInc@NYMC can offer biotech startups access to expensive lab equipment, administrative space and professional services.

Mixed reviews for proposed reintroduction of tolls to Conn. highways

Transportation revenues will take an increasing hit as gas tax funds continue to dwindle -- but selling tolls to consumers will be a tall order.