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Mayor pushes for cleanup of Mount Vernon’s ‘Big Stink’ on...

Cleaning up the creek, said Mayor Richard Thomas, would convert a liability into an asset and stimulate economic development.

Mount Vernon to hold Canal Village revitalization workshop

The workshop will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Benjamin Turner Middle School, 624 S. 3rd Ave.

Can’t Stop Productions sues to stop Village People music

Can’t Stop Productions sued Sixuvus in federal court in White Plains to stop the group from exploiting the Village People name.

Online grocery service Instacart expands into southern Westchester

Instacart allows customers to shop for groceries online or on the Instacart mobile app and have groceries delivered within an hour.

Lower Hudson Valley labor market grows in July

Most of the new jobs in the three-county region were added in the private sector, which increased by 1,000 positions.

Food Bank for Westchester to host free market in Mount Vernon

The event will be held at Municipal Lot 11 and run from 4 to 6 p.m. every other Friday beginning July 14.

Westchester County Association names steering committee for gigabit broadband plan

The Westchester County Association has a team in place to guide its effort to bring super high-speed gigabit broadband to Westchester's four largest cities. The...

Gigabit expert addresses Westchester cities’ high-speed internet plan

As Westchester's four largest cities get set to undertake a $750 million public-private effort to bring super-speedy gigabit broadband internet speeds to its residents...

Gigabit project adds former Obama adviser

A public-private partnership between the Westchester County Association and the county's four largest cities to bring ultra high speed internet to to the county will be...

Columbus Avenue retail site sold in Mount Vernon

The new owner of 515 S. Columbus Ave. plans to renovate the former bank branch into a fast-food restaurant.

M&T Bank rolls out mortgage subsidy program for underserved communities

The program is available for purchasing or refinancing properties in U.S. Census tracts where more than 50 percent of residents are minorities.

Four Westchester cities announce $750 million plan for gigabit broadband

The mayors of Yonkers, Mount Vernon, White Plains and New Rochelle say gigabit broadband internet is fast enough to spur new business and innovation in education, health care, government and other industries.

Former trader inks new image as SpeedPro franchisee

After decades of working as a government bond trader, Jon Graber decided to embark on a new career as a franchise owner with SpeedPro Imaging.

DiNapoli: Mid-Hudson economy strong, population growing

While economic growth in the mid-Hudson region has been relatively strong, high costs of living and doing business could slow things down. That’s according to...

Fleetwood development kick-off marks a mayor’s farewell

A groundbreaking ceremony for an $85 million transit-oriented development project in Mount Vernon was a public farewell for outgoing Mayor Ernest Davis.