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New Rochelle launches Veo bike and e-scooter share program

The city began to phase in its fleet of 30 bikes and 200 standing electric scooters over the past week.

Trumbull First Selectman Tesoro touts town’s resilience during pandemic

She acknowledged the Westfield mall's difficulties in the midst of e-commerce and pandemic challenges.

Passport Parking app launches in Larchmont

The app, which is free and available for download on iOS and Android, can now be used to park at over 1,300 spaces within the village.

White Plains-based Fortistar merges two portfolio companies to create Opal Fuels

While Fortistar Methane Group and TruStar Energy were large separately, together as Opal Fuels they will likely become an industry leader, with over 220 employees and 140 fueling stations nationwide. 

Micah Bennett’s Hudson Valley Concierge Service: From helping hand to award-winning...

“I saw value of individuals that I could learn from,” he stated.

Connecticut joins regional plan to cut vehicle emissions; Critics warn of...

The state expects a 26% drop in carbon emissions from transportation between 2022 and 2032.

Westchester County to hold virtual town hall on senior issues

With the Covid-19 pandemic still posing a very good reason not to have large gatherings, Westchester County is planning a virtual conversation on senior...

Connecticut considers new goal of 500K electric vehicles by 2030

The draft report highlighted low-income resident as potential electric vehicle buyers.

IBM: Average data breach costs U.S. companies $8.19M

The report found that on average it took a company 279 days to realize that its data had been hacked or otherwise compromised and take action dealing with the breach.

Connecticut House of Representatives passes state budget bill

The budget will now go to the Democrat-controlled Senate.

Bridgeport unveils draft master plan for 10-year growth

The draft acknowledged Bridgeport's 22.1 percent poverty rate and 23 percent food insecurity rate.

New England Motor Freight files for bankruptcy, closing Orange County terminal

NEMF and its sister entities are primarily owned by the Shevell Dynasty Trust and Myron P. Shevell.

VanGo brings ridesharing to an under-18 audience

"I really wanted to build out a product for working moms," said VanGo founder Marta Jamrozik.

Connecticut and New York ranked among worst states for drivers

The Bankrate study ranked California as the worst state and North Dakota as the best.

DOT report: Connecticut can gain $1B annually with tolls

The report said a tolling system would cost $372 million, with $210 million for infrastructure and $162 million for a fiber communications system.