NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following are the top stories of the week for northern Westchester County.
- Mrs. Green's Natural Market announced plans to close two stores in Westchester and two in Fairfield County and restock its remaining five Westchester stores amid concerns from customers about empty shelves.
- A Somers man who was involved in a three-vehicle accident that involved two school buses on Monday, Oct. 31 has died, state police said Monday.
- Despite the constant news of violent events splashed across the news each day, more than 20 municipalities in New York ranked as some of the safest including Hudson Valley's Lewisboro (ranked No. 1), Rye, Suffern, Briarcliff Manor and more, according to Safewise.com.
- Hudson Valley residents should be on the lookout for deer when driving, especially at night as their mating season is under way and makes them more active.
- Citing "severe emotional distress" over the campaign that resulted in the election of Donald Trump as 45th president, a Hudson Valley man is suing the real estate magnate and former reality television star for $1 billion, according to a filing Monday in federal court in Manhattan.
- A Westchester woman who says she popped into the Empire City Casino on a whim has turned a $10 wager into the second largest win in the Yonkers gaming establishment’s 10-year history.
- Hillary fans may still be reeling from her shocking defeat in the presidential election, but they should not lose hope for the continuation of the Clinton dynasty, say reports in the New York Post and other media outlets.
- From the looks of the broken and mangled bird feeders in the garden of Cross River resident Gary Trask, the area's black bears haven't gotten sleepy for the winter, at least not yet.
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