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East Fishkill Fire District sues over glitches in $1M ladder truck

“The defects related to the truck’s bucket and ladder have rendered the truck absolutely useless” the complaint states, “for its intended purpose of being used in rescue operations.”

Pier 1 Imports closing seven regional stores

A total of six Connecticut stores and 21 stores in New York State will be shut down.

Traveling the rail trail toward more tourism and recreation

It used to be that railroad lines in the Hudson Valley could be counted on for bringing tourists and other travelers into the region,...

Deborah Milone: As Indian Point closing nears, Hudson Valley needs recovery...

Indian Point’s closing creates many challenges. It’s up to us to ensure that we prepare as wisely and quickly as possible for the Hudson Valley’s future without it.

LI developer identifies opportunities in the Hudson Valley north of Westchester

Using the banner Farrell Communities, the company has set its sights on Dutchess and Orange counties.

Bed Bath & Beyond stores in region face potential closings

No locations have been identified for closure.

Westchester County Association becomes a force in workforce development

The Westchester County Association is making workforce development a key area of activity following its success in managing the four-year, $9.8 million Jobs Waiting...

News 12 to be carried on Verizon Fios

News 12, the local news service from Altice USA, which has been seen on Altice’s Optimum cable TV service, will be carried on Verizon’s Fios cable system beginning in November.

‘Dinner and Dialogue’ for midsize businesses debuts at Manhattanville College

Aa second “Dinner and Dialogue” is set for Oct. 7, which will focus on health care.

Steven Safyer retiring as CEO of Montefiore Medicine

Steven Safyer was appointed president and CEO of Montefiore in 2008.

ASPCA plans Hudson Valley facility for animal cruelty victims

The new ASPCA Recovery and Rehabilitation Center is being envisioned as an approximately 50,000-square-foot facility.

HOP Energy acquires KoscoHeritage Energy of Kingston

Originally known as the Kingston Oil Supply Corp., KoscoHeritage has been in operation roughly 80 years.

Study: Gap widens between Hudson Valley wages and rents

"The bottom line is that rents are simply unaffordable for the people we count on every day," said Joe Czajka of the Center for Housing Solutions.

Peekskill Planning Commission OKs site plan for affordable, workforce housing

The development is designed to serve households with income levels ranging from 40% to 80% of the area median income.

At WCA Real Estate Summit, New Rochelle official cites city’s quick...

Luiz Aragon told the 300 guests at the breakfast gathering that there are 11 active construction sites in New Rochelle, with 27 projects approved.