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Mt. Vernon mango mavens sue former manager for $3 million

“In a well-organized and planned manner in the months leading up to his termination,” the complaint states, Justin Young “surreptitiously helped himself to confidential information, solicited existing customers and suppliers, and remained at (International) for enough time to gain as much information as possible and pass on to (It’s Good Organics).”

Stamford seeks amendment to anti-fracking waste rule for street repairs

Pothole and related repairs will be “significantly delayed” unless an ordinance banning the use of asphalt made with fracking waste is amended, the city says.

Walgreens scuttles Rite Aid acquisition, will buy 2,000 stores instead

Walgreens will acquire almost half of Rite Aid’s U.S. stores for $5.18 billion in cash.The new deal would still create the nation’s largest drugstore chain.

Bus company to lay off 102 workers

A Peekskill bus company announced that it is closing its plant in June, laying off 102 employees.

Mt. Vernon bus company announces layoffs

A bus company based in Mt. Vernon announced it is laying off more than 100 employees due to the loss of New York City Department of Education contract.

The revaluation of Westchester

Greenburgh and Yonkers are among 12 municipalities preparing to revalue their properties, many of which have not been assessed in 60 years.

Katonah Catholic school relocates to Mount Vernon

The Montfort Academy, a private, Roman Catholic high school in Katonah, is relocating to Mount Vernon, with classes to begin in September.

Retail tenant signs in Mount Vernon

Dwayne McKinley and Eric Grosse have leased 2,160 square feet of retail space at 128 Gramatan Ave. in downtown Mount Vernon.

Bronxville broker closes two sales

Houlihan & O'Malley Real Estate Services in Bronxville brokered two recent sales of commercial properties in Yonkers and Mount Vernon.

Drawing in renters

The Horizon at Fleetwood, a luxury residential building in Mt. Vernon, found that an art exhibit helped attract tenants.

Hoping for a Metrofresh start

After almost 30 years at Western Beef, a low-cost supermarket chain located primarily in the New York metropolitan area, Richard Fraschilla, the company’s chief...