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Amtrak updates website and app for real-time capacity tracking

Capacity details are available on all trains except for two West Coast lines.

Yonkers begins back in business campaign

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jUtR42TVUqs&feature=youtu.be With phase four of economic reopening underway, the city of Yonkers has begun a new marketing campaign titled “Yonkers is Back to Business!” Mayor Mike...

New NYS unemployment website makes debut

While New York state has been touting its new website for filing unemployment insurance claims as going a long way toward opening up the...

Cuomo warns of new COVID-19 wave; 389 deaths in Westchester

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo warned today that just as the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918 came in three waves, COVID-19 could deliver additional devastation in the months ahead.

New Canaan offers first town website upgrade since 2005

The upgrade took six months and $12,000 to complete.

Florida business district seeks migrating New Yorkers via ‘playful’ website

The site includes memes including "I $ NY" and "Why Do You Think the Dodgers Left?"

Westchester County to make government website accessible for visually impaired

The upgrading to the website follows accessibility complaints by the visually impaired.

Newman’s Own Foundation launches website highlighting uplifting news stories

Bob Forrester, president and CEO of the Westport-based foundation, said the new site is "aimed at filling a void of coverage about the philanthropic world."

CT.gov website gets a new look

New interactive features and refined online search functions are part of the site's update.

Sandy spawns unified emergency website

All relief funding will be listed.

Conn. creates transparent budget website

Connecticut has increased its efforts to remain transparent in its finances by launching a new website that centralizes all of the state's financial data.

Biotech firm earns marketing honors

Acorda Therapeutics Inc. recently added to its awards for its consumer website and marketing campaign among professionals for its MS drug treatment.

“What all of us do every day”

An Avon, Conn., writer opines corporate communications is not exactly the picture of health.