Allow us to present a partial survey of the many businesses owned by people of color in Westchester County for your reference.
Eat and drink your way through White Plains from morning to night at these top coffee shops and restaurants in Westchester County.
Elena Rivera-Cheek prioritizes people of various backgrounds to foster creativity through her advertising agency in White Plains.
Westchester County unveils new priorities in its 2022 budget, with highlights centering around affordable housing and childcare.
Following its move from Brooklyn to an iconic shoe shop, Mast Brothers' Mast Market brings the yummy to Westchester County.
Westchester-area businesses work to ensure equal access to success for individuals of diverse backgrounds and experiences.
Local business groups aim to support diversity and equity at the grassroots through job training, awareness, and community outreach.
Local organizations work to ensure healthcare equity during the COVID-19 crisis by aiding underserved communities and increasing access.
Alberta and Hassan Jarane bring great tastes to Tarrytown through Mint Premium Foods and Pik Nik BBQ, two locally beloved businesses.
Say goodbye to the pandemic blues and hello to sunshine and seriously sippable drinks at these Westchester County happy hours.
Need to prime your résumé for the perfect new position? Local staffing guru Allison Madison has the answers you need to land the job.
From keeping track of heart health to making sure we get in those 10,000 steps, wearable tech has become a part of everyday life.
The Business Council of Westchester's Ivette Molina weighs in on an issue of increasing concern amid "The Great Resignation."
We ask a local HR professional how to know when you are experiencing racism or prejudice in the workplace and what you can do about it.
Charlene Nixon leads the charge on shaping the multicultural landscape of the county through the Westchester Multicultural Chamber.