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Peekskill to receive $10M from state for downtown revitalization projects

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y8Qq61sS83k The city of Peekskill has been selected to receive $10 million in funds from New York state to be used for various projects designed...

NYMC awarded $450,000 for BioInc and Center for Disaster Medicine expansion

The BioInc space at NYMC’s Valhalla’s campus currently is filled to capacity and the expansion is expected to create room for up to 20 more startup companies.

NY Health Dept. approves WMC Health’s $92.9M project in Kingston

The Health Department approval of HealthAlliance’s certificate of need application was the final administrative milestone for the project.

New York state ranks first in population loss (again)

Newly reported data from the U.S. Census Bureau places New York at the top of the list of just nine states that lost residents between 2017 and 2018.

New York offers $2,000 rebate for electric car purchases

The state will offer up to $2,000 for the purchase of either a new plug-in hybrid electric car, all-electric car or hydrogen fuel cell car.

NYS farm distilleries nearly double in number since 2014

Fifty farm distilleries have opened in the two years since a new state law eased operating restrictions and reduced licensing fees for those businesses.

$5M grant to keep gas pumping during outages

A $5.1 million FEMA grant will help New York state's gas stations remain open during natural disasters and emergencies.

Summit to discuss growth of beverage businesses

The Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. will host a beer, wine and spirits summit Oct. 31.

New York ranked near bottom of business friendly states

CEO Magazine ranked New York state as one of the worst states to do business in.

NY state close to minimum wage hike

Despite opposition from state and local business groups, New York state is close to passing an increase in the minimum wage.

Wall Street bonuses, profits up in 2012

Cash bonuses and profits rose on Wall Street in 2012, according to a a report by State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli.

CPA society opposes Martin Act expansion

The New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants (NYSSCPA) is opposing the state’s possible expansion of the Martin Act, which allows the state attorney general great leverage to fight financial fraud.

State unveils energy plan

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced he has received the Energy Highway Task Force’s Blueprint, a plan that he said would add up to $5.7 billion in private investments and 3,200 megawatts of electric generation.

Women advance as economic drivers

New York is No. 3 in the nation for women-owned businesses, report indicates.

State’s man

Just like those daring young men in their flying machines of old, barnstorming the state has proved to be a good thing for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.