WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The Westchester County Department of Health is issuing a rabies alert to residents who may have had contact with a rabid gray fox in the vicinity of Vail Lane in North Salem on or before Saturday, Sept.16. Click here to read the story.
Some others top stories of the week include (Click on the link to read the entire story):
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Amazon will be opening a 359,000 square foot administrative office at 5 Manhattan West in midtown, creating 2,000 new jobs in finance, sales, marketing, and information technology. Amazon was given $20 million in tax credits for the expansion.
- Hiking fans take note -- Breakneck Ridge, the popular Hudson Valley hiking trail that draws thousands each year -- will be closed early next year for at least a year for improvements.
- Blue Hill at Stone Barns, in the Mount Pleasant hamlet of Pocantico Hills, is one of the best farm-to-table restaurants in the country, at least according to the experts at Food & Wine Magazine.
- Money Magazine has released its Top 100 list of places to live in the nation, and the number of municipalities in the Hudson Valley, and, in fact, New York, may come as a surprise.
- County Executive Rob Astorino said he is committed to making sure Westchester does not become a "sanctuary county."
- An abandoned "ghost boat" from Westchester has washed ashore in Florida, surprising residents with its sudden appearance.
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