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Liquor store concedes in name dispute with West Point

Black Nights Wine & Spirits liquor store name is confusingly similar to the Black Knights nickname used by the academy’s athletic teams as far back as the 1940s.

Three change pleas to guilty in rich man, poor man fraud...

Thirteen members of an extended family, and an attorney and real estate appraiser, were charged in 2014 with bank fraud, making false statements to lenders, theft of public money, identify theft and wire fraud.

Yonkers medical practice files for bankruptcy

The petition was filed just a month after Dr. Emad Soliman was charged with conspiracy to commit health care fraud.

Former Ramapo official admits guilt in municipal bond fraud

The U.S. Attorney’s Office says Ramapo officials fabricated the town’s finances to help sell $150 million in municipal bonds.

U.S. Attorney sues Sutton Manor developer and architects for discriminating against...

The case was filed on behalf of owners of the Mount Kisco condos who identified numerous impediments to people with disabilities.

Poughkeepsie property manager sentenced to prison

Carl Immich pleaded guilty to stealing housing subsidy funds.

Feds indict Rockland man for fake school bus repairs and bribery

Richard Brega allegedly created fraudulent invoices and billed the agency for $86,000 for preventative maintenance on buses that were never brought in for service.

Yonkers plastic surgeon accused of not paying employee taxes

Taxes were deducted from employees' wages, the government says, but not paid to the U.S. Treasury.

Rockland County IT executive accused of bilking actors union investments of...

Enrico Rubano is accused of approving hundreds of false invoices to phony consulting companies.

Three Hudson Valley developers accused of conspiring to take control of...

Bloomingburg was chosen, the government said, because the village’s small population made local government vulnerable to being taken over.

Feds charge Valhalla firm with bank fraud over mortgages

Terra Foundation charged fees for filing fraudulent mortgages discharges, according to a federal indictment of five principals in the business.

Bharara files civil suit against Ginsburg Development over access for disabled

The civil rights suit claims Ginsburg's two Haverstraw apartment complexes are not accessible to people with disabilities.

Four charged in $1 million theft of computers meant for students

Four individuals have been charged with the theft of more than 1,200 computers bound for public high school students last year.

Silver found guilty of corruption in federal court

After spending more than two days deliberating, a 12-person jury in U.S. District Court in Manhattan found the former Assembly speaker, who served more than 20 years in the role, guilty of seven charges including honest services fraud, extortion and money laundering.

Construction company owner to pay $800K for tax fraud

The owner of DNS Construction Corp. in Yonkers is sentenced to five years of probation and ordered to pay restitution for committing tax fraud.