NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a round-up of the top stories of the week for northern Westchester County.
- An elderly couple visiting a medical complex at 2649 Strang Blvd. around 11 a.m. Thursday crashed into one of the pillars of the building, causing damage, according to the Yorktown Police.
- A popular strongman competitor and former Haverstraw and NYPD police officer shot and killed himself after a traffic stop Wednesday morning, a close friend confirmed.
- Westchester County is nearly at the top of the list of the 10 most expensive places in the country for a two-parent family to raise two children, according to a recent survey by marketwatch.com.
- Donald Trump is “crazy” and in need of a good scolding, former television host and longtime North Salem resident David Letterman said in a rambling two-part conversation with New York Magazine.
- Westchester County rates above average in a statewide health survey of adults for "binge drinking."
- Hillary Clinton's new do is getting is all the buzz.
- New York State Police in Somers is asking for the public’s assistance as they search for a suspect who is wanted for questioning after allegedly stealing thousands of dollars from his victim.
- A restaurant owner staking out his own restaurant managed to nab two Westchester men stealing used cooking oil from La Kabanita and TK's Restaurant on Tuesday, March 2, Danbury, Conn., police said.
- Lakeland High senior, two-sport captain, and Honor Society VP Kevin Moore recently got the news that he's been accepted to attend the prestigious West Point Military Academy, and when Daily Voice reached Moore this week, he admitted he was feeling a lot of emotions.
- Dr. Ralph Napolitano is saying his final farewell to Yorktown.
- After 16 years at the helm of one of Westchester County's most successful sports programs, Yorktown Central School District Athletic Director Fio Nardone has announced that he will retire at the end of the school year.
- Yorktown High School grad Ousmane Power-Greene, an athlete, college professor, and author, was named by North Carolina Athletics as its honoree for Black History Month.
- More than 100 gallons of fuel spilled into the road Monday after a tanker truck hit a pole and began to leak, according to News 12.
- Residents in the Katonah-Lewisboro School District have signed an online petition seeking to reopen the gymnasium at the shuttered Lewisboro Elementary School (LES) so that it can be used for town recreational programs.
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