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Astorino announces run for governor via video

An online video announcement makes his bid to unseat Gov. Andrew Cuomo official after months of speculation

Somers supervisor to head county tax commission

Former director retires after some 13 years

NBA D-League team may call County Center home

Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino announces a tentative deal that would bring 24 games per season to White Plains.

LDC approves $98M for Pace University

Westchester County Local Development Corp. approves $98 million in tax-exempt bond financing for Pace University's Pleasantville campus.

GOP will hold convention in Westchester

Westchester's Robert P. Astorino is the apparent front-runner to get the party's nomination.

County launches second campaign to house, hire vets

Westchester County pushes to expand housing and job opportunities for veterans.

Cuomo, in election year, has strong poll results

Westchester County Executive Robert P. Astorino, the likely Republican nominee, faces name recognition and fundraising hurdles.

Kaplowitz elected county board chairman

Michael Kaplowitz, a Somers Democrat, received bipartisan support in a 15-2 vote.

Lawmakers approve $1.7B budget, keep taxes flat

Budget adds $900,000 to child care program frozen since 2010.

Back to work for county executive

Rob Astorino won a second term. Now all he has to do is save Westchester’s business community.

Blue County*: Astorino wins re-election

Republican Rob Astorino wins re-election despite two-to-one Democratic voter registration advantage. Astorino is already a rumored gubernatorial candidate for 2014.

Economic development, jobs focus of county race

Has Westchester’s business climate improved since 2009? The county executive candidates have differing views.

County executive candidates go on offense

Gloves come off for Astorino and Bramson as Nov. 5 election nears.

Astorino, Bramson clash in final debate

The candidates for Westchester County executive squared off Wednesday night in the final debate before election night.

Astorino, Bramson duke it out at WCA debate

Somewhere beneath the accusations of cronyism and inflicting pain on their constituents, the main gist of the debates remained the county’s high taxes and its impact on the business community.