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San Miguel Program buys building it has been leasing

San Miguel Program in Newburgh, which has five divisions including the San Miguel Academy that are designed to break the cycle of poverty through...

Barbecue chef Ed Randolph revives Handsome Devil restaurant

The original restaurant closed in January 2018 after nearly six years in operation.

Hudson Valley leads nation in new mortgage fraud risk data

New York State ranked first for mortgage fraud risk in CoreLogic's new data analysis.

Closings planned for IHOP and Applebee’s restaurant chains

The restaurants pegged for closure have yet to be named.

Four HV liquor licenses suspended in midst of statewide crackdown

Overcrowding, lack of proper face mask protocols and violations of New York's indoor smoking laws were all cited.

Newburgh bowling alley refutes report on denying service to Orthodox Jewish...

The management of a bowling alley in Newburgh is pushing back against a news report that it refused service to Orthodox Jewish families because...

Spirit Halloween returns to region with pop-up retail stores

"We need Halloween now, more than ever," said CEO Steven Silverstein.

New York & Company to close stores after parent company declares...

The chain was founded in New York City in 1918 as Lerner Shops.

CVS Health expands COVID-19 drive-thru testing in Westchester and Hudson Valley

Patients must pre-register at CVS.com and the sites will offer self-swab testing.

Mount Vernon, Newburgh and White Plains to receive Cities RISE grants

"Cities RISE provides a thoughtful approach to how municipalities revitalize its communities," said Attorney General Letitia James.

Regional Pier 1 Imports stores face potential closing

The retailer has three stores in Fairfield County and eight in the Westchester-Hudson Valley region.

Trucking and logistics company Saia Inc. opens terminal in Newburgh

This is Saia's second new Northeast terminal, following the opening of a Massachusetts location in March.

New England Motor Freight files for bankruptcy, closing Orange County terminal

NEMF and its sister entities are primarily owned by the Shevell Dynasty Trust and Myron P. Shevell.

Bridgeport and Newburgh named among worst places to live

Mendota, California, a 11,396-person metro with a 49.5 percent poverty rate, topped the new 24/7 Wall St. list.

HVEDC, Pattern for Progress team up for economic research

Mike Oates, president and CEO of the HVEDC, said the nonprofit will "utilize research provided by Pattern for Progress to assist in the attraction, retention and expansion of businesses into the Hudson Valley.”