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Zinc8 considering new battery factory in Ulster

A company that is based in Vancouver, British Columbia, and has developed battery technology based on the use of the metal zinc in combination with...

Putting new faces on certain types of real estate

An Armonk-based construction company has been expanding its activities in the Hudson Valley while at the same time developing a specialty in creating health...

County executives are upbeat in State of the County messages

It may come as no surprise, but county executives in Westchester and the Hudson Valley have upbeat views of where their counties stand financially,...

National Resources set to take over Tech City, Ulster’s former IBM...

Ulster County Court Judge Bryan Rounds approved a negotiated settlement between the county and developer Alan Ginsberg, owner of the 258-acre property, that would allow Greenwich-based developer National Resources to purchase, clean up and redevelop the site.

Census: Westchester population tops 1M

Yonkers inched out Rochester to become the third-largest city in New York state.

Starbucks’ renewable energy partnership in NY would benefit Hudson Valley

According to a Starbucks spokesperson, three of the community solar sites will be located in the Hudson Valley, in Blooming Grove, Ulster and Saint Johnsville.

Limited statewide business reopenings in NY after May 15; then regional...

With the May 15 expiration of the current NY PAUSE restrictions on business and social activity in New York state, drive-in movie theaters can...

Times Herald-Record newspaper to close Wallkill printing plant

Gannett’s Times Herald-Record newspaper based in Middletown, which serves Orange, Sullivan and Ulster counties, plans to close its printing and production facility in nearby...

Ulster Savings Bank promotes Janasiewicz

Michael Janasiewicz will be assistant vice president of bank operations at the bank's Kingston headquarters.

Four more counties eligible for Sandy aid

Four more counties in New York have been approved for additional Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) funding after Hurricane Sandy.