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Latimer reacts to Trump using Westchester as example of suburban destruction

In a Labor Day interview with the Business Journal, Westchester County Executive George Latimer dismissed President Donald Trump's claims that Westchester is an example...

Amazon reportedly targets Queens and Virginia for HQ2

The reported plans from the company likely mark the official end of Westchester's long-shot bid to grab parts of Amazon's second headquarters.

Comptroller: Westchester County under ‘significant fiscal stress’

The designation from Thomas DiNapoli's office places the county among the most financially stressed municipalities in the state.

Business coalition backs Westchester County Airport privatization

The Business Council of Westchester's new Coalition for Westchester Airport will promote a petition to the county government in support of bringing an independent operator to the airport.

Former county executive Astorino joins NYC law firm

Robert Astorino has joined Davidoff Hutcher & Citron LLP as a senior adviser for government relations and will work on federal and state matters.

Report calls for re-evaluation of Playland agreement with Standard Amusements

In a report detailing the contract between the county and the park's future private operator, Latimer says the county will invest millions of dollars into the park for little return.

Legislators push back against Astorino’s budget

“This year, there are no more rabbits to pull out of the hat,” said Majority Leader Catherine Borgia.

Purchase College to utilize $36M in county LDC bonds for new...

The 300-unit, 80,000-square-foot residence hall will rise on an open 4-acre parcel of land near the SUNY college's other residential halls.

Westchester County gives $400,000 to Stuart’s Fruit Farm conservation

Almost $3 million in public and private funds will be utilized for a conservation easement on the 172-acre northern Westchester farm.

Record-breaking visitor spending in Westchester hits $1.8 billion

The figure marks a 31 percent increase since 2009 and is up from $1.8 billion in 2015.

Arts generate $172 million in Westchester County, study finds

The national study found that the sector delivered $25.8 million in local and state government revenues and supported 5,179 jobs in 2015.

Volunteer New York! to host 9/11 service weekend

Volunteer opportunities will be available throughout Westchester from Sept. 9 through Sept. 11.

Toll Brothers breaks ground on 421-unit apartment building in Harrison

The project, branded as Carraway, will be the first multifamily housing built in the town's Platinum Mile.

Immigrant Protection Act passes, but Astorino plans to veto

The Immigrant Protection Act prevents Westchester County from using any of its resources to assist in federal investigations based on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity or national origin.

Coast Guard suspends Hudson River anchorages proposal

In a bulletin Wednesday, Rear Admiral Steven Poulin, commander of the First Coast Guard District, announced that future rule-making decisions on the anchorage plan have been suspended