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Steris expands in Orange County with $15M, 60,000-square-foot facility

The company has officially opened a 60,000-square-foot facility in Chester, in the same industrial park where it has operated a separate contract sterilization facility since 1992.

Mentorship in orange

Students participated in a daylong session that informed them on the economic growth and development philosophy of Orange County. 

Orange County Partnership to host Commercial Real Estate Summit

The economic development agency based in Goshen will host the event on May 10 at Atlantic Aviation at Stewart International Airport.

Angry Orchard Cider among Orange County Partnership awardees

A cidery, a retail shopping outlet and a New Jersey developer will be honored at the economic group's 30th anniversary dinner.

Medical marijuana growing facility set to launch in Orange County

PharmaCann LLC, one of five companies approved by the state to grow and sell medical marijuana, will soon launch its Orange County facility that...

Amy’s Kitchen Goshen manufacturing plant starts review process

The 350,000-square-foot, $95 million dollar manufacturing facility proposed in Goshen by the natural and organic food producer Amy’s Kitchen is inching forward in the approval process.

Orange County Partnership’s award winners

Maureen Halahan, president and CEO of the Orange County Partnership stated, “This year’s award recipients reflect the diversity of economic growth in the county...

Orange County Partnership Receives Excellence Award

The Orange County Partnership was awarded the International Economic Development Council’s Excellence in Economic Development Silver Award in the category of video and multimedia...

Orange County Partnership hires new director

A new director of business attraction will join Orange County Partnership.

Groups not sold on proposed SEQRA revisions

Business advocates have given mixed marks to a series of proposed revisions to the state’s environmental regulations governing developments and municipal actions, applauding the state’s openness to changes but cautioning that the changes could mean new burdens.

Battling to bring business to Orange County

Orange County Partnership CEO Maureen Halahan worries what the designation of additional wetlands in New York State may mean to business.