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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.

Nonprofit disabilities service-provider ACDS finds success in Westchester

ACDS Inc., which now has about 80 people on its payroll in Westchester, may be adding more personnel and additional facilities as demand for its services continues to grow.

Parts of demolished Tappan Zee sunk for artificial reef off Long...

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo recently watched from a fishing boat as parts of the demolished bridge were dropped into the Shinnecock Inlet off Hampton Bays to create an expanded artificial reef.

Bridgeport & Port Jefferson Steamboat Co. offers apology for service disruptions

The company said it usually runs three boats at this time of year, but one of its vessels is stuck in dry dock due to simultaneous repair work being done on a damaged U.S. Coast Guard vessel.

Loss of contract leads to bus driver layoffs

After losing a contract with Orange County, the Acme Bus Corp. announced that it is laying off all 165 bus drivers in June.

Rangers give Playland an assist

The New York Rangers and Chase Bank have formed New York Rangers Assist and will help repair the Playland Ice Casino.

Floating their boats

This winter, the hardy souls at ArtsWestchester in White Plains have gone down to the sea in ships, as it were, for an exhibit that charts the past and present of the maritime tradition in our area.

Betting against the house

A Harrison intellectual property company in a federal court claims patent infringement by major gambling industry players.

Student loan relief offered to Sandy victims

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he is directing the New York State Higher Education Services Corporation (HESC) to grant temporary student loan relief to New Yorkers.

Conn. reopens highways

Connecticut reopened its highways Tuesday in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, but Metro-North Railroad remained closed.

Malloy: 11-foot storm surge possible

Hurricane Sandy could produce an 11-foot storm surge in the Long Island Sound, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy warned Monday morning.

Broadway producers, Conn. co. hoodwinked

Authorities arrested a Long Island man and charged him with defrauding a Connecticut real estate company of $750,000 – and cheating producers of a Broadway show as well.

Report: Stamford ferry under study

The city of Stamford reportedly has hired a Hartford consultant to again assess the viability of a Manhattan commuter ferry.

Report: Cohens give $5m for Stamford park

The Steven A. and Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation reportedly is donating $5 million to the Mill River Collaborative.

New Canaan resident named PwC leader

After working for PricewaterhouseCoopers L.L.P. for more than 20 years, New Canaan resident Paula Loop has been named the New York metro region assurance leader