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International Pickle Festival Returns

The Hudson Valley is known for its scenery, tourist attractions, bodies of water, businesses and institutions but is not immediately synonymous with the International...

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...

Maria Barca: SBA loan changes create new opportunities for Westchester businesses

In Westchester, we’re seeing new vitality in sectors that had pulled back during the Great Recession. Transportation and construction firms have made a strong comeback. Fitness, child care and health care (especially urgent care) businesses are also capitalizing on the recovery.

River crossing for KeyBank execs

KeyCorp has relocated its KeyBank headquarters for the Hudson Valley/Metro New York district from West Nyack to 660 White Plains Road in Tarrytown.

Foreclosures in Westchester increased in 2012

Foreclosures increased in Westchester in 2012, though county officials say that's just mirroring national trends.

Indian Point 3 shut down

Indian Point's unit 3 nuclear power plant shut down automatically Monday, Oct. 29 at 10:41 p.m. due to an electrical grid disturbance.

Closings abound in Westchester, NYC as Sandy bears down

As Hurricane Sandy bears down on Westchester, many municipalities are declaring state of emergencies, evacuations or simply closing offices.

Tourism campaign strengthens county’s outreach

A new marketing campaign unveiled last summer, ‘Meet Me in Westchester,’ is the culmination of an in-depth analysis of the market and the economic impact and value of tourism.

Greater Hudson Bank reports third straight profit

Bank opening fifth branch, third in Orange County