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Phoenicia getting a new pharmacy

Phoenicia getting a new pharmacy

In 2014, when the 64-year-old Phoenicia Pharmacy was put on the market, pharmacist Ed Ullman attempted to buy the building and take on the business built by Marty Millman over the course of more than three decades. Unable to obtain financing for the renovation required, Ullman opened a shop in Tannersville, Wellness Rx, which offers prescriptions, traditional medical products, and natural remedies. The Phoenicia Pharmacy closed in 2016 and later became Phoenicia Arts and Antiques.

Most of TechCity being sold to major developer in multi-million tax forgiveness deal

Most of TechCity being sold to major developer in multi-million tax forgiveness deal

On the afternoon of November 30, county judge Bryan Rounds was expected to approve a settlement of foreclosure proceedings against TechCity owner Alan Ginsberg. After years of blaming Ginsberg’s intransigence and the site’s sorry history of environmental problems for the failure to restore the TechCity premises to any kind of economic competitiveness, there has been a tentative breakthrough.

Beloved Hudson Valley equestrian business changes hands after 34 years

Beloved Hudson Valley equestrian business changes hands after 34 years

Lucky C Stables, a much-loved equestrian business located on Yankee Folly Road in Gardiner, is changing hands after 34 years of continuous operation by Gary and Susan Clark. By the time you read this, it’ll be a done deal, with the closing scheduled for Wednesday, November 10. The Clarks are retiring to their getaway house on Eagle Lake, near Ticonderoga, following a Thanksgiving gathering in Gary’s native Missouri with family they haven’t seen since before the pandemic.