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Save Big at These White Plains Beauty and Wellness Businesses

Westchester Magazine, Stacy Franciamore, March 5, 2021

 

The White Plains BID closes its Winter Outlook Series with its final program, “March Into Self Care,” featuring huge local discounts.

 

The spring season is fast approaching and, as we say goodbye to winter and welcome longer days and warmer weather, it’s the perfect time to pamper yourself with some self-care. What’s even better is that you can support local small businesses while doing it.

 

Restaurants seeks fed funds to stay alive; White Plains, Yonkers BIDs offer support

Westchester & Fairfield County Business Journals, Peter Katz, December 14, 2020

With a sharp increase in the number of Covid cases, hospitalizations and deaths nationwide and Congressional action on a new economic stimulus package stalled, the National Restaurant Association described the industry being in “free fall” with 10,000 establishments closing in three months.

The Mitchell looking for fall 2021 opening after Covid stops and starts

Westfair Communications, Peter Katz, August 2, 2020

 

After some delays due to the Covid-19 pandemic, construction again is in high gear on The Mitchell, a project by Lennar Multifamily Communities LLC (LMC) on properties carrying the addresses of 9 Mitchell Place and 131 Mamaroneck Ave. in White Plains.

More Westchester restaurants open: 14 to check out plus 8 more coming

Lohud, Jeanne Muchnick, October 12, 2020

Pivoting and reinventing have been the modus operandi for many chefs and restaurant owners since the pandemic began. And while the Hudson Valley has seen its share of closures — we've counted close to 30 since March across Westchester and Rockland —there are just as many openings, 37 by our count with more on the way.

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Now more than ever, it’s important to support local business! Across the nation, small businesses are cumulatively the largest employer. Moreover, they employ the most vulnerable of employees – those living paycheck to paycheck. During these uncertain times, it's important to support our local businesses to  keep our community vibrant and thriving. #BuildUpWhitePlains

 

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