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Pepper Palace opens first regional store in West Nyack

This is the second location in New York for the chain, which also has a Long Island store.

Spirit Halloween returns to region with pop-up retail stores

"We need Halloween now, more than ever," said CEO Steven Silverstein.

New York & Company to close stores after parent company declares...

The chain was founded in New York City in 1918 as Lerner Shops.

Gymboree bouncing back with Fairfield, Hudson Valley stores

The Children’s Place Inc., which acquired the financially troubled Gymboree’s assets last June, said that, later this month, it will reopen online and within more than 200 Children’s Place locations in the U.S. and Canada.

Bed Bath & Beyond closing two area stores

The Shelton store is the only Connecticut location impacted by the chain's closures.

Stationery retailer Papyrus to close all stores

Store closures are expected to occur over the next four to six weeks.

Stamford go-kart operator RPM Raceway to open in Poughkeepsie

The move is being billed as a relocation of its recently closed operation at the Walden Galleria mall in Buffalo suburb Cheektowaga.

JCPenney to close Palisades Center location, cutting 89 jobs

The company announced in February it planned to close between 130 and 140 stores to "optimize its national retail operations."

River crossing for KeyBank execs

KeyCorp has relocated its KeyBank headquarters for the Hudson Valley/Metro New York district from West Nyack to 660 White Plains Road in Tarrytown.

Westchester buyers venture west to Rockland

A joint venture of Westchester real estate firms closed on its $25.15 million purchase of a Rockland County distribution center.

Uniqlo expands into Westchester and Rockland

Uniqlo, a global clothing retailer, will open stores this spring at the Palisades Center in West Nyack and at Ridge Hill in Yonkers.

McLaren Engineering Group announces staff moves

McLaren Engineering Group has announced several personnel moves, which new vice president William J. McCarthy III said reflect the company’s growth.