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Red Hat Bistro settles lawsuit with lenders

The lender group sued the owners of the popular Irvington bistro in April for breach of contract, claiming they had stopped making payments late last year.

Mysterious Russian businesswoman files for bankruptcy, disappears

Federal authorities have found omissions and peculiarities in her bankruptcy petition.

Lenders sue Red Hat on the River bistro in Irvington for...

“This is a dispute that goes back ten years,” co-owner Mary Beth Dooley said, and there will be no impact on restaurant operations.

Columbia University research campus in Irvington to study new pancreatic cancer...

Columbia University Medical Center recently was awarded a $400,000 state grant to study a new form of treatment that has shown positive trial results overseas.

Reunion Foods continues family legacy in Irvington

Reunion sells organic pork and grass-fed organic beef and lamb, free of antibiotics, hormones and genetically engineered ingredients, from animals that graze in pastures. The food is sold to retail, food service, e-commerce and manufacturing customers.

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.

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...

Organic grocer to expand at new headquarters

Natural Markets Food Group plans to add 10 jobs when it opens new headquarters in Irvington this spring.

Program offers tasty way to thank volunteers

A Westchester-based company offers nonprofits a way to thank volunteers.

Catching up after Sandy, and girding for the next

As Westchester businesses continue their recovery, New York prepares to better handle the next natural disaster.

Fragrance co. sold to new private equity firm

A private equity company is acquiring Parfums de Coeur Ltd.

Prestige Brands revenue up markedly as profits hold steady

The company that owns some of the most well-known household products reported that revenue rose, but so did expenses, especially for advertising.

Going mainstream along the Hudson

Chef Michael Psilakis, with MP Taverna in Irvington, is trying to make Greek cuisine as accessible to diners as Italian or Chinese.

Prestige posts loss after acquisition expense

The company that owns many of the best known consumer brands had strong sales of products like Chloroseptic, Luden’s, and Dramamine.

Come hike with us, New York, NY

A Rivertowns citizens group teams with a marketer to bring hiking and biking tourists to the area from New York City.