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A new ShopRite supermarket and other retail outlets would be coming to 320 Saw Mill River Road (Route 9A) in Elmsford if approvals are...
A plan to build a 115-unit assisted living facility on an 8.87-acre site at 202 W. Hartsdale Ave. is being reviewed by the Greenburgh...
When Humphrey Bogart proposes a toast to Ingrid Bergman with “Here’s looking at you, kid” during a screening of “Casablanca” at a New York...
The New York State Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) has issued a year-end report showing that it awarded $65.8 million in state financing to...
The board also approved a $2.1 billion county budget for 2020.
Her duty is a “purely ministerial, non-discretionary statutory mandate.”
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uT18g5MG9Jo Without revealing the details, Westchester County Executive George Latimer on Wednesday announced that the 2020 county operating budget he is due to soon send...
The Edgemont Incorporation Committee called the move “a troubling development for the 43,000 unincorporated area residents who pay the majority of Town taxes but represent a minority of the Town-wide electorate.”
Greenburgh enacted the laws in 2015, according to court records, because of extensive public outrage over the town’s prostitution problem.
The money will be used mostly to improve sewers and treatments plants throughout Westchester County.
Regeneron is Science magazine's most highly ranked over the past decade, with first-place titles six of the past seven years and second-place ranking in 2015 and 2011.
Danone North America is moving up to 400 employees to its new 80,000-square-foot office space in the downtown White Plains retail building. The office at times has more of a college campus feel than that of a corporate office.
The Incentive Group Inc. program for USA Vape Lab went up in smoke six weeks after it began.
The restaurant at 210 Saw Mill River Road will host a grand opening on July 26.
The land, located next to Westchester Community College's Knollwood Road entrance, is owned by the county and leased to Greenburgh. As part of the deal, Marathon Development Group would lease the property from the county for 65 years and pay $1.5 million to develop the site. The site would feature 60 one-bedroom, eight two-bedroom and six studio apartments.