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Regeneron begins first human clinical trials of COVID-19 antibody ‘cocktail’

Regeneron this morning announced starting the first human clinical trial of a so-called “cocktail” of antibodies to fight COVID-19. The drug combination uses the...

Beaches in NY and adjoining states to reopen effective May 22

Under a multistate agreement, public and private beaches in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Delaware will be reopening effective May 22, Gov. Andrew...

COVID-19 LATEST: NY, NJ, CT to form testing coalition; 428 dead...

Fast Facts: The governor said he was cautiously optimistic that “we are slowing the infection rate” The governor asked rhetorically, “Who should have warned...

COVID-19 LATEST: Cuomo denies Trump claim they talked about NY quarantine;...

Fast Facts: CDC issues domestic travel advisory for New York Number of deaths in the state rose from 519 to 728 Westchester had 688...

Modell’s to begin liquidation sales tomorrow

“On top of a warm winter, on top of no snow, lousy teams (the stores sell team-branded merchandise) led us into a liquidity crisis in January," noted the chain's president and CEO Mitchell Modell.

BCW names Maggie Peters to new economic development slot

The Business Council of Westchester has created the position of senior vice president of economic development and named a veteran of the field, Maggie...

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.

Cuomo to Trump: See you in court

“My message to Mr. Trump and the IRS is simple: we look forward to seeing you in court,” New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo said Wednesday concerning a new lawsuit filed by New York, Connecticut and New Jersey against the Internal Revenue Service.

NJ real estate firm expanding to NY; names regional VP

Special Properties Real Estate Services LLC has tapped Andrew Emery to oversee its expansion.

Stew Leonard’s reportedly in talks for N.J. store

Norwalk-based Stew Leonard’s is reportedly in discussions to open its first New Jersey grocery store at the Paramus Park mall.

S&P: Connecticut poorly prepared for recession

The first year of a moderate recession would cost Connecticut $1.15 billion in revenue; the state’s reserve fund currently stands at about $127 million.

NY shows strongest gains in employment for December

New York tops the list of states that added the most jobs for the month of December 2012, followed by New Jersey.

Blueprint accelerates Westchester

In 2012, the Westchester County Association’s Blueprint Accelerator Network L.L.C. was in the planning stages. In 2013, it will be about implementation.

Conn. reopens highways

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

Conn. tuition hikes in check

Compared to many states, Connecticut has kept is public college and university tuition hikes largely in check according to a new study.