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'Hop' To It: Westchester's Captain Lawrence Makes Changes

'Hop' To It: Westchester's Captain Lawrence Makes Changes

ELMSFORD, N.Y. -- There's a lot brewing at Captain Lawrence in Elmsford  -- and it's not just beer.

Chef Joseph Smith, a New York native known for utilizing locally sourced ingredients, has joined the team, bringing with him a wide culinary range and an astute understanding of how to best pair bee...

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Barnes & Noble Selling Wine, Craft Beers Opens Its Doors In Westchester

Barnes & Noble Selling Wine, Craft Beers Opens Its Doors In Westchester

WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - What was once a defunct Borders bookstore is now a Barnes & Noble concept store and restaurant selling wine and craft beers that became open to the public o...

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Mount Kisco Business Celebrates 70 Years Of Clean

Mount Kisco Business Celebrates 70 Years Of Clean

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. -- George Arco of Mount Kisco learned the family business from the ground up, in a figurative and literal sense. Who: George Arco, President, Arco Cleaning Maintenance C...

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IBM Sells Somers Campus For $31.75 Million

IBM Sells Somers Campus For $31.75 Million

SOMERS, N.Y. -- Armonk-based IBM has sold its longtime campus in Somers for $31.75 million, according to records from the Westchester County Clerk's office. The sale was agreed to, throug...

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Westchester Company 'Wow's' With One Day Paint Service

Westchester Company 'Wow's' With One Day Paint Service

STAMFORD, Conn. -- Looking to get your house or business painted in one day? It sounds too good to be true but Jay Gallant, owner of WOW 1 DAY PAINTING which caters to Southern Fairfield ...

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Westchester Firm Pays Hefty Price, Fined $500K For Audit Of Ballpark

Westchester Firm Pays Hefty Price, Fined $500K For Audit Of Ballpark

The Harrison-based firm responsible for audit reports connected to the municipal bonds Ramapo issued to pay for its $60 million baseball stadium has been ordered to pay nearly $500,000 in...

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Journal News Layoffs Include Longtime News Columnist, Sportswriter

Journal News Layoffs Include Longtime News Columnist, Sportswriter

Media giant Gannett Company Inc., announced Tuesday that it had laid off about 2 percent of its total workforce, including five newsroom positions at The Journal News/lohud.com. A pair of...

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Former White House Advisor Blair Levin Joins Westchester Gigabit Effort

Former White House Advisor Blair Levin Joins Westchester Gigabit Effort

Former White House advisor Blair Levin, executive director of Gig.U: The Next Generation Network Innovation Project, and a non-resident Senior Fellow of the Brookings Institution, has joi...

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Acadia Breaking Ground On New Cortlandt Shopping Center

Acadia Breaking Ground On New Cortlandt Shopping Center

CORTLANDT, N.Y. -- Ground will be broken for the Cortlandt Crossing Shopping Center project at ceremonies this Friday, Oct. 21, according to developers, Acadia Realty Trust. The new retai...

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State Will Spend $55M On Tourism, Welcome Centers

State Will Spend $55M On Tourism, Welcome Centers

In an effort to boost tourism across the state, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the state will spend $55 million to upgrade and add welcome centers, in addition to increasing advertising.  Cu...

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