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New hair salon coming to Monroe

Cirque De Comb has leased a 1,100-square-foot retail space.

Monroe approves affordable housing plan

Less than 2% of the town's residential units meet the state compliance definition of affordable housing.

Monroe seeks purchase of Catholic school property

A memorandum of understanding will be presented to the Town Council.

Monroe retail plaza sells for $6M

Marcus & Millichap coordinated the transaction.

Monroe hair salon owners in $169K settlement over CARES Act loan...

The Carbonaros used the funds to pay off the mortgage on a Florida property.

$450M 1,400-unit development at Harriman train station resurfaces

A massive development project in the Village of Woodbury that also would encompass a section of Harriman has been put back into the spotlight...

Westchester and Hudson Valley to receive millions in water funds

Millions of dollars for drinking water and sewer infrastructure projects will be flowing into municipalities in Westchester and other parts of the Hudson Valley as part of $115 million in new funding approved by the state's Environmental Facilities Corporation.

State issues stop-work orders at 7 Monroe nail salons

One of the salons has reopened for business.

UPDATED Election results: Latimer cruises in Westchester, Simmons tops Valentine in...

Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner and Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti both won their 16th terms.

New podcast ‘Bettermental’ addresses mental health for business owners

Thanks to the pandemic, the added strain of running — or even losing —a business runs alongside adapting to regulations, on-site Covid transmission risks and changes in consumer behaviors and preferences.

Getting out the vote: Stamford, Norwalk among county’s fiercest competitions

How local business communities might develop in a post-pandemic world are top of mind for candidates in 20 races for mayor and first selectman.

Monroe’s Farmers Market scores top honors in national competition

Monroe’s Farmers Market was named best for the Northeast and took third place for the nation.

Monroe as just a ‘bedroom community’? Town leaders would strongly disagree

Zoning changes have enabled outdoor dining and mixed-use real estate developments.

Church Hill Classics marks 30 years of framing achievements

The company unexpectedly saw a spike in business during the pandemic.

R. Stone Co. joins growing exodus of shoreline-based companies to Monroe

Zwally Hauling and Galbo Provisions are also planning a move to Monroe.