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White Plains allows on-street dining with a $400 per spot charge

Food establishments in White Plains will be allowed to expand their outdoor table service   to three contiguous street parking spaces provided they get...

Latimer gets governor’s OK to remove property tax late fees

An executive order from Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo authorizes Westchester County Executive George Latimer to put into effect his plan to eliminate late fees...

State numbers offers glimpse as to where COVID-19 cases are in...

Westchester County Executive George Latimer's office has released a breakdown of the county's 15,892 COVID-19 cases by municipality that was compiled from data received from New...

White Plains working to move beyond urban renewal legacy

A prime item on Mayor Tom Roach’s mind these days is the legacy of urban renewal from the 1970s and ’80s.

White Plains council gives go-ahead for solar at eight city-owned properties

The White Plains Common Council last night approved moving ahead with a plan for the installation of solar generating facilities at eight city properties,...

With rehab begun at 50 Main St. in White Plains,...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzED4OT0ftQ Developer Martin Ginsburg on Jan. 28 hosted the grand opening of the newly renovated amenity mezzanine in the office building at 50 Main St....

Mount Vernon, Newburgh and White Plains to receive Cities RISE grants

"Cities RISE provides a thoughtful approach to how municipalities revitalize its communities," said Attorney General Letitia James.

Phase two of Winbrook public housing rebuild in White Plains underway

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vjRP-4FytG8 The project to transform the five-building Winbrook public housing project in White Plains into a modern mixed-use affordable development known as Brookfield Commons moved...

RFP deadline ahead for White Plains transit development

The clock is ticking toward the deadline for developers to present their proposals for the redevelopment of four properties strategically located next to the Metro-North Railroad  station in downtown White Plains.

Westchester County sees economic opportunity in Opportunity Zones

Opportunity Zones are designed to spur economic development and job creation in distressed communities.

DMV seeks move from White Plains Mall to 3 Barker Ave.

The mall is slated to be torn down and replaced with the Hamilton Green mixed-use development.

White Plains Hospital and St. Vincent’s partner in behavioral health facility

The building was bought by White Plains Hospital in 2016 for $5.5 million, according to county property records.

White Plains collects some IDA development tax breaks for taxpayers

Sales tax exemptions and mortgage abatements are among the most common benefits the Westchester IDA provides and have been seemingly routinely granted to developers of projects in White Plains.

White Plains collects some IDA development tax breaks for taxpayers

According to White Plains Mayor Tom Roach, since his first days on the Common Council, “I sought ways to try and shift the burden off of our local taxpayers, and this is one of the ways that we do that.”

Mack-Cali eyeing apartment development near White Plains train station

1 Water Street LLC is proposing a project at 1 Water St., the site of a small office building.