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Former Galleria Mall To Be Converted To Mixed-Use Residential, Retail Space In Westchester
Developers have revealed how they intend to transform the former Galleria Mall in Westchester, which was a mainstay in the county for over four decades.
The multi-billion plan was revealed by developers to the White Plains Common Council on Wednesday, Sept. 27, and entails a mixed-use residential, retail, and open space that would replace the 43-year-old vacant mall, which is located at 100 Main St. in downtown White Plains and closed in March 2023.
The development, known as District Galleria, is planned to span several city blocks and include seven residential towers with up to 3,200…
Yale University, Professor To Pay $1.5M To VA: Failed To Share Patent Royalties, Feds Say
Yale University and a professor who teaches there have agreed to pay over $1.5 million to the federal Department of Veterans Affairs after failing to share patent royalties for inventions, officials said.
Yale University and one of its professors, John Krystal, will pay $1,507,743.67 as part of a settlement with the Department of Veterans Affairs after failing to let the institution know about certain patents and not sharing royalties earned on them, the US Attorney's Office for the District of Connecticut announced on Thursday, Sept. 21.
According to federal officials,…
Cscu Board Of Regents Welcomes Newest Members Martin Guay, Ted Yang
Governor Ned Lamont has named two Connecticut business leaders to the Board of Regents of the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities (CSCU) system.
Martin Guay, Vice President, Business Development at New Britain-based Stanley Black & Decker, and Ted Yang, founder of several companies and nonprofits including 4CT, the state’s largest COVID relief fund, and President of Cantata Media, Daily Voice’s parent company, are set to serve six-year terms on the Board, replacing two departing members.
The Board of Regents is made up of 22 members. Nine are appointed by the governor.
Covid-19: Highly Mutated Pirola Variant Now Identified In 10 States
A newly identified COVID-19 strain with around 30 mutations has now been identified in 10 states.
Cases of the BA.2.86 strain, known as Pirola, have been confirmed in:
The Michigan case, the first in the US, was an older woman who had recently returned from Japan who reportedly had mild symptoms.
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At a World Health Organization (WHO) news briefing late last month, authorities said …
CT Man Gets Prison Time For Tax Evasion: Ordered To Pay Over $160K To IRS
A 61-year-old Connecticut man will spend time in prison for filing a false tax return and providing false documentation to an Internal Revenue Service attorney, federal officials announced.
Tolland County resident David Kamal, age 61, of Stafford, was sentenced on Monday, Sept. 11 to eight months in prison for tax evasion, the US Attorney's Office for the District of Connecticut announced.
Earlier Report - CT Man Charged With Tax Fraud, Obstruction, ID Theft Offenses
According to federal officials, Kamal, a former Hebron resident, purposefully evaded taxes for the 2012 tax…