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Cuomo Daughter Hospitalized Tops News In Northern Westchester

Michaela Kennedy Cuomo, the 17-year-old daughter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was hospitalized after being found unconscious at her home in Bedford.
Michaela Kennedy Cuomo, the 17-year-old daughter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was hospitalized after being found unconscious at her home in Bedford. Photo Credit:

NORTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around Northern Westchester County.

  • Michaela Kennedy Cuomo, the 17-year-old daughter of Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was hospitalized after being found unconscious in the Bedford home she shares with her mother, Kerry Kennedy. The teen was treated and released at Westchester Medical Center.
  • New York State Police charged a Cortlandt resident, Alvin T. Banks, with driving while intoxicated after he crashed into another vehicle in Mohegan Lake and attempted to flee. Glenn Gennodie, 45, of Brewster, allegedly got into a physical altercation with Banks to keep him from leaving the scene, police said.

  • The Romeo Milio Lynch Syndrome Foundation is hosting a gala in Tarrytown on Saturday, March 28. The foundation was created by Milio's wife, Marie, an Armonk resident.

  • Renderings showing th e proposed retail buildings for Chappaqua Crossing were recently presented to New Castle Town Board members.

  • Briarcliff Middle School’s International Club members celebrated the beginning of the Chinese New Year with a handful of activities demonstrating their knowledge of Asian culture and food.

  • Lewisboro residents shared memories of South Salem Auto Repair owner James O'Connor, who was killed when the engine compartment of a vehicle he was working on caught fire on Wednesday.

  • Commuter railroad crossing gates malfunctioned Wednesday at Lakeview Avenue in Valhalla, about a half-mile south of last month's deadliest crash in Metro-North's history.

  • North Salem's Jennifer Groves reported that her missing dog, Lucky, was found in a wooded area behind 4 Pinegrove Drive. Lucky had been missing for nearly five days.

  • Downed wires caused a power outage at Arcadian Shopping Center in Ossining.

  • Peekskill resident Joe Brady was the lead bagpiper in the St. Patrick's Day Parade in New York City.

  • Cathrine Wolden of Pound Ridge won the women's Masters Division of the New York City half marathon.

  • Lakeland Education Foundation raised more than $48,000 at the annual Casino Night, Silent Auction and Dinner.

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