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Mixed-Use Property To Be Built In Northern Westchester: Here's Where Mixed-Use Property To Be Built In Northern Westchester: Here's Where
Mixed-Use Property To Be Built In Northern Westchester: Here's Where A groundbreaking will soon be held for a new mixed-use property in Northern Westchester that will be composed of several businesses, including a new sports facility.  The groundbreaking event will be held on Tuesday, July 16 for a property located in Armonk at 100 Business Park Dr., according to its developer, South Florida-based-Basis Industrial.  The site, which Basis Industrial purchased in Spring 2023, will include an 82,400-square-foot Extra Space Storage; a 26,550-square-foot Sportime pickleball facility; and an 8,000-square-foot warehouse facility for Jan-Tile, which alread…
Popular Grocery Store Chain DeCicco & Sons To Launch New Location Popular Grocery Store Chain DeCicco & Sons To Launch New Location
Popular Grocery Store Chain DeCicco & Sons To Launch New Location Gourmet grocery fans will be ecstatic to learn that DeCicco & Sons is making its Connecticut debut with a new store in Fairfield County.  It will occupy a 20,000-square-foot space at 11 Glen Ridge Road in Greenwich. The store is slated to welcome shoppers in the Summer of 2025, pending town approval. A specific opening date has not yet been announced. Store officials said Greenwich residents can look forward to "an unparalleled selection of premium products," including their acclaimed beer selection, Italian bakery, fresh produce, and highly rated prepared…
These 14 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say These 14 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say
These 14 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say More than a dozen eateries in Westchester are among the best in the world for their carefully crafted wine selections, according to new rankings released by Wine Spectator.  The 14 Westchester eateries were recognized as winners of the 2024 Restaurant Awards released by Wine Spectator, a publication that serves as a leading authority on wine.  The restaurants named as winners of the awards, which were made public on Tuesday, June 25, are:  Blue Hill at Stone Barns, located in Pocantico Hills at 630 Bedford Rd.; Crabtree's Kittle House Restaurant and Inn, located in Chappaqu…
Bears Seen Near Busy Main Route In Northern Westchester Bears Seen Near Busy Main Route In Northern Westchester
Bears Seen Near Busy Main Route In Northern Westchester Those in Northern Westchester may want to ensure their trash cans are inside, as several bear sightings have been reported along a busy main route in the area.  In an announcement on Tuesday, June 25, North Castle Police said several bear sightings have been reported along the Route 128 corridor in the hamlet of Armonk near the border with New Castle.  The department warned residents to avoid becoming comfortable or complacent with the animals and not to deliberately or inadvertently feed them. Additionally, those in the area should remove food sources that bears can access. …
New Update: Man Charged With Trying To Murder Officer At Northern Westchester Home New Update: Man Charged With Trying To Murder Officer At Northern Westchester Home
New Update: Man Charged With Trying To Murder Officer At Northern Westchester Home A 38-year-old man faces an attempted murder charge after trying to stab an officer in the back at a Northern Westchester residence, police announced.  Armonk resident Joseph Spennato was arraigned at Westchester Medical Center on Tuesday evening, May 28 in connection with his alleged attack on an officer at his home on Monday, May 20, the Westchester County Police Department announced. Earlier Report - Man Shot By Officers On Hallock Place In Armonk According to the department, Spennato's arrest resulted from an incident at his Armonk home on Hallock Place that began around …
Man Shot After Attacking Officers With Knife At Northern Westchester Residence: Police Man Shot After Attacking Officers With Knife At Northern Westchester Residence: Police
Man Shot After Attacking Officers With Knife At Northern Westchester Residence: Police This story has been updated. Two officers and a suspect were taken to a hospital following a physical confrontation at a Northern Westchester residence that resulted in police shooting a man twice, authorities said. New, updated report - New Update: Man Charged With Trying To Murder Officer At Armonk Home The incident began on Monday, May 20 just before 12:30 p.m., when authorities responded to a home on Hallock Place in Armonk to help a 78-year-old woman who needed medical help, according to the North Castle Police Department. The woman was later treated and taken to a nearby h…
Northern Westchester CVS Incident Involving Woman Leads To Chase, 3 Arrests Northern Westchester CVS Incident Involving Woman Leads To Chase, 3 Arrests
Northern Westchester CVS Incident Involving Woman Leads To Chase, 3 Arrests Three Connecticut men were apprehended after an incident involving a woman in a CVS parking lot in New York led to a police chase and separate crashes. The chain of events began around 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 17 in Northern Westchester County. The North Castle Police Department received a call from a person reporting a concerning incident that had just occurred in the CVS parking lot at 450 Main St. in Armonk, according to Lt. Thomas McCormack. The caller reported that an unfamiliar vehicle pulled up next to her while sitting in her car in the parking lot.  The man then exited his…
HS Senior From Northern Westchester Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist HS Senior From Northern Westchester Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist
HS Senior From Northern Westchester Named National Merit Scholarship Finalist A high school senior from Northern Westchester has won a $2,500 scholarship after being selected as a finalist in a prestigious national program. Samara Brown, a senior at Byram Hills High School in Armonk, has been named one of 2,500 Merit Scholars in the 2024 National Merit Scholarship Program, the Byram Hills Central School District announced on Monday, May 13.  The program's finalists, who all earn $2,500 scholarships, were chosen for their strong mix of accomplishments, skills, and college potential.  The winners are chosen by a committee of college admissions officers and h…
5 Puppies Found Abandoned In Dumpster On I-684 In Northern Westchester 5 Puppies Found Abandoned In Dumpster On I-684 In Northern Westchester
5 Puppies Found Abandoned In Dumpster On I-684 In Northern Westchester Authorities are searching for whoever abandoned five puppies inside a closed, air-tight container found inside a dumpster at a rest stop along a Northern Westchester highway.  The five puppies were discovered on Monday, May 6 at the Bedford Rest Area along Interstate 684, New York State Police announced on Thursday, May 9.  According to Adopt-a-Dog, an animal shelter based in Armonk, the five puppies were found thrown away like trash inside a closed container inside a dumpster at the rest stop.  Luckily, their faint cries were heard before it was too late, and the dogs were …
Carrying Torch: 9 Northern Westchester HS Student-Athletes To Join College Programs Carrying Torch: 9 Northern Westchester HS Student-Athletes To Join College Programs
Carrying Torch: 9 Northern Westchester HS Student-Athletes To Join College Programs Nine standout student-athletes at a Northern Westchester high school are taking the next steps in their sports careers, including several who will join Division I college programs. Nine seniors at Byram Hills High School in Armonk committed to playing their sports at college programs during a ceremonial signing day event, Byram Hills Central School District officials announced on Monday, May 6.  The nine students and their programs were: Dario Amicucci, who committed to High Point University's Division I track and field program; Anastasia Byrnes, who committed to American Univer…
HS Senior From Northern Westchester Wins State Oratory Competition For Second Time HS Senior From Northern Westchester Wins State Oratory Competition For Second Time
HS Senior From Northern Westchester Wins State Oratory Competition For Second Time A high school senior from Northern Westchester is officially a back-to-back champion in a statewide oratory speech event.  Aidan Aldea-Lustig, a senior at Byram Hills High School in Armonk, was named champion of the Original Oratory Speech event at the New York State Forensic League Championships, the Byram Hills Central School District announced on Monday, April 29.  During the event, held at The Bronx High School of Science on Sunday, April 14, Aldea-Lustig came out on top amongst 33 other students with a 10-minute address on free speech.  The Orig…
Update: Person Dies After Hitting Tree On I-684 In Northern Westchester Update: Person Dies After Hitting Tree On I-684 In Northern Westchester
Update: Person Dies After Hitting Tree On I-684 In Northern Westchester A person was killed in an afternoon crash on a busy highway in Northern Westchester after striking a tree, police said. New, updated report - Latest Update: Man Killed In I-684 Crash In Northern Westchester Had False ID, Police Say The crash happened on Sunday, April 14 around 3:15 p.m. on Interstate 684 North in Bedford, when a vehicle left the roadway near mile marker 13.9 north of Exit 4 (Route 172) and collided with a tree, Trooper AJ Hicks of the New York State Police said on Tuesday, April 16. Earlier Report - Serious Crash Causes Delays On I-684 In Bedford The driver, who…
Tearful Manager Says Yankees Will Dedicate Season To Northern Westchester Woman Killed By Tree Tearful Manager Says Yankees Will Dedicate Season To Northern Westchester Woman Killed By Tree
Tearful Manager Says Yankees Will Dedicate Season To Northern Westchester Woman Killed By Tree As the New York Yankees were preparing to play their home opener, the team's manager announced they will be playing the 2024 season with the memory of a beloved friend in mind.  Northern Westchester County resident Catherine Tusiani, age 50, of Armonk, the wife of Yankees Senior Vice President of Partnerships Michael Tusiani was killed when a tree fell on her car during a Nor'easter on Wednesday, April 3. In a news conference on Friday, April 5 before the game against the Toronto Blue Jays, Yankees skipper Aaron Boone tearfully said that the team would be dedicating the season to Tusia…
Nor'easter: Driver Killed After Tree Falls On Vehicle In Northern Westchester Nor'easter: Driver Killed After Tree Falls On Vehicle In Northern Westchester
Nor'easter: Driver Killed After Tree Falls On Vehicle In Northern Westchester A person was killed after a tree fell on a vehicle in Northern Westchester as a powerful Nor'easter swept through the region. Click here for a new, updated story - Nor'easter: Woman Killed In Northern Westchester By Fallen Tree ID'd As Wife Of Yankees Exec The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 3 in Armonk. The 2021 Toyota had been northbound on Route 128 between School Street and Leisure Farm Drive, according to the Town of North Castle Police. The driver, and sole occupant of the vehicle, died after the incident just west of Interstate 684. The person's identity has …
Police Use Paint Chips To Find, Nab Driver In Northern Westchester Hit-Run Police Use Paint Chips To Find, Nab Driver In Northern Westchester Hit-Run
Police Use Paint Chips To Find, Nab Driver In Northern Westchester Hit-Run A 71-year-old man was charged in connection with a Northern Westchester hit-run after police were able to use paint chips left behind at the scene to identify his vehicle.  The man's arrest stemmed from an incident on Tuesday, March 12 just before 7:45 p.m., when North Castle Police found a 65-year-old man covered in blood lying in Old Mount Kisco Road between Main Street and Eden Hunt Place in Armonk, according to the department. The victim, a North Castle resident who was in a semi-conscious state, was taken to the Westchester Medical Center emergency room by an Armonk Fire Departmen…
Delivery Driver Charged After Confronting High School Security In Northern Westchester Delivery Driver Charged After Confronting High School Security In Northern Westchester
Delivery Driver Charged After Confronting High School Security In Northern Westchester A delivery driver was taken into custody after nearly hitting security officers with her car at a Northern Westchester high school following a confrontation with them, police said. The incident began on Wednesday, March 13 at around 12:30 p.m., when security personnel at Byram Hills High School in Armonk confronted a delivery woman who parked her car in an unauthorized vehicle, according to North Castle Police.  When she was told to move her car to the proper location for deliveries, the woman became belligerent and drove off. She then failed to comply with security personnel's directi…
Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course
Construction To Begin On Upscale Residences At Northern Westchester Golf Course An all-new luxury condominium community will soon be built at a renowned country club in Northern Westchester.  The Summit Club Residences, which will include 72 upscale luxury condominiums, will be built at The Summit Club in Armonk in 2024, according to the project's developers.  The residences, which were designed by Greenwich, Connecticut-based Granoff Architects, are being developed by JBM Realty and Florida East Coast Realty.  The 72 two and three-bedroom units will be priced from $3 million and will span six buildings offering four single-level floorpla…
Director At Business In Northern Westchester Dies At Age 57 Director At Business In Northern Westchester Dies At Age 57
Director At Business In Northern Westchester Dies At Age 57 A Navy veteran from the Hudson Valley who had a crucial role in a Northern Westchester business is being remembered for his kind heart.  Orange County resident Eugene “Gene” Guido of Highland Mills, died peacefully at the age of 57 while surrounded by family members on Friday, Feb. 16, according to his obituary.  Born in 1966 in the Bronx, Guido went on to serve in the US Navy and eventually became the director of pre-construction for Armonk-based Touchstone Builders.  Guido was also known as a loving husband to his wife, Rose, and an always-caring father to his ch…
Workout Facility Founded By NFL Player To Open Northern Westchester Location Workout Facility Founded By NFL Player To Open Northern Westchester Location
Workout Facility Founded By NFL Player To Open Northern Westchester Location If you want to shed a few pounds and get started on that summer body, you may want to check out an upcoming state-of-the-art workout facility in Northern Westchester.  D1 Training, a training facility franchise founded by former NFL player Will Bartholomew, will open a new location in Armonk at 130 Business Park Dr. on Monday, Feb. 26.  The facility will be owned by Kyle Stover and Jennifer Lung, who have already operated a physical therapy business in the Armonk area for 12 years.  Those who visit the new facility will be able to try a sports-science-backed traini…
These Northern Westchester HS Students Named National Merit Scholarship Finalists These Northern Westchester HS Students Named National Merit Scholarship Finalists
These Northern Westchester HS Students Named National Merit Scholarship Finalists Half a dozen high school seniors from Northern Westchester have been selected as finalists in a prestigious national program.  Six seniors from Byram Hills High School in Armonk have been named as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, the Byram Hills Central School District announced on Thursday, Feb. 15.  The six students are:  Cyrus Aly; Samara Brown; Aaron Lestz; Daniel Ndocaj; Alexander Woodworth; Yicheng Yang. All six students entered the competition by taking the Preliminary SAT as an initial screening. They were then announced as among the 16…
New Update: How Much Snow Did You Get? Storm Reports From Northern Westchester, Region New Update: How Much Snow Did You Get? Storm Reports From Northern Westchester, Region
New Update: How Much Snow Did You Get? Storm Reports From Northern Westchester, Region Here are snowfall reports from the region for the winter storm that is sweeping through the Northeast on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Totals are from the National Weather Service and submissions from Daily Voice readers: Location        Amount        Time/Date      Provider New York Westchester County Peekskill 10.3 inches 1000 AM 02/13 Public Croton-on-Hudso 10.5 inches 12:45 PM 02/13 Daily Voice reader submission North Salem/Peach Lake 10.0 inches 0430 PM 02/13 Daily Voice reader submission Croton-on-Hudson …
How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm
How Much Snow Did You Get? Here Are Reports From Region For Winter Storm Here are snowfall reports from the region for the winter storm that swept through the Northeast overnight Monday, Jan. 15 into Tuesday, Jan. 16. Totals are from the National Weather Service: Location        Amount        Time/Date      Provider New York Westchester County New Rochelle 1.7 inches 0730 AM 01/16 Public Peekskill 1.3 inches 0630 AM 01/16 Public Armonk 1.3 inches 0800 AM 01/16 COCORAHS Peekskill 2.8 NNE 1.0 inches 0800 AM 01/16 COCORAHS South Salem 0.8 inches 0715 AM 01/16 COCORAHS Nassau County Levittown 3.0 inches…
Northern Westchester Duo Caught With Crack Cocaine, Heroin After Traffic Stop On I-684: Police Northern Westchester Duo Caught With Crack Cocaine, Heroin After Traffic Stop On I-684: Police
Northern Westchester Duo Caught With Crack Cocaine, Heroin After Traffic Stop On I-684: Police Two Northern Westchester residents face drug charges after they were caught with crack cocaine, heroin, and pills during a traffic stop on a busy highway, police announced. Armonk resident Sidney Gershenov, age 34, and Chappaqua resident Katherine Oliver, age 35, were both arrested on Friday, Dec. 22 following a traffic stop on Interstate 684 in Harrison, New York State Police announced.  On the day of the incident, troopers patrolling I-684 pulled over a 2022 Jeep for traffic violations. Investigators then determined that the driver, Gershenov, was in possession of arou…
Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester
Suspicious Trio Seen Behind Pizzeria Prompts Police Response In Northern Westchester Authorities are conducting an investigation into an incident that happened behind a Northern Westchester pizzeria after staff reported that several people may have tried to start a fire, police announced.  The incident that prompted the investigation happened on Saturday, Nov. 18 around 7:45 p.m., when employees at Amore Pizzeria at 1 Kent Pl. in Armonk called police and reported that they had seen several people behind the building and a flickering light.  Staffers added that they believed the people may have been trying to light something on fire, according to North Castle Polic…
Support Swells For Northern Westchester Chef After Crash: Now Unable To Visit Sick Wife Support Swells For Northern Westchester Chef After Crash: Now Unable To Visit Sick Wife
Support Swells For Northern Westchester Chef After Crash: Now Unable To Visit Sick Wife A Northern Westchester community is coming to the aid of a well-known chef who is now unable to visit his sick wife in the hospital as a result of losing his car in a crash.  The help has been coming to Armonk chef Jose Sangurima, also known as "Herman," who has been working at the deli inside 200 Business Park Dr. for the past decade.  For the last three months, Sangurima, who has built up a reputation for maintaining a positive attitude and friendly relations with customers during his ten-hour shifts, has been supporting his wife in her battle against a brain tumo…
Lost Duo Rescued From Hiking Preserve In Northern Westchester With Help Of Phone App Lost Duo Rescued From Hiking Preserve In Northern Westchester With Help Of Phone App
Lost Duo Rescued From Hiking Preserve In Northern Westchester With Help Of Phone App Two hikers had to call for help after becoming lost in a Northern Westchester nature preserve for several hours.  The incident happened on Saturday, July 22 just before 5:30 p.m., when authorities received a call from two women who had become lost while hiking in the Eugene and Agnes Meyer Nature Preserve in Armonk.  According to North Castle Police, the women had been lost for around three hours before calling for help.  Once on the phone with authorities, state police had an expert assist the duo with GPS and direct them to head west toward Oregon Road.  North Castle…
Jan. 6 Attack: Graduate Of Northern Westchester HS Gets Prison Time For Role In Riot Jan. 6 Attack: Graduate Of Northern Westchester HS Gets Prison Time For Role In Riot
Jan. 6 Attack: Graduate Of Northern Westchester HS Gets Prison Time For Role In Riot A Northern Westchester high school product has been sentenced for his role in the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.  Brian Gundersen, age 28, who graduated from Byram Hills High School in Armonk and played varsity football during his time there, was sentenced to 18 months in prison on Tuesday, July 25 for his role in the breach of the US Capitol on January 6, 2021, according to the US Department of Justice.  Earlier Report - HS Football Jacket IDs Northern Westchester Man As Capitol Rioter Gundersen, who now lives in State College, Pennsylvania, had been charged in co…
Beloved Northern Westchester Ice Cream Man Loses Bus In Crash: Over $50K Raised Beloved Northern Westchester Ice Cream Man Loses Bus In Crash: Over $50K Raised
Beloved Northern Westchester Ice Cream Man Loses Bus In Crash: Over $50K Raised A Northern Westchester community is pulling together to support a beloved ice cream man who is faced with rebuilding his business after losing his bus in a crash.  In the middle of a busy summer season, ice cream man Rafael Arias, who serves the Armonk area, lost the bus that he works out of in a crash on Interstate 684 on Saturday, July 8 after suffering a blown-out tire.  Although he was not seriously injured, Arias is now tasked with replacing the bus as well as the equipment and products lost in the crash while also working two additional jobs. In the meantime, …
9 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say 9 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say
9 Westchester Eateries Named Best Restaurants For Wine, New Rankings Say Wine lovers in Westchester will want to check out several eateries in the county that have been named among the world's best restaurants for wine, according to new rankings released by Wine Spectator.  The nine Westchester eateries were recognized as winners of the 2023 Restaurant Awards released by Wine Spectator, a publication that serves as a leading authority on wine.  The five restaurants named as winners of the awards, which were made public on Tuesday, June 27, are:  Blue Hill at Stone Barns, located in Pocantico Hills at 630 Bedford Rd. The eatery is recognized for …
HS Senior In Northern Westchester Wins Award For Short Film HS Senior In Northern Westchester Wins Award For Short Film
HS Senior In Northern Westchester Wins Award For Short Film A young aspiring filmmaker and high school senior from Northern Westchester has received recognition for his creative short film made for a moviemaking class.  Armonk resident Ethan Sutton, a senior at Byram Hills High School, was named a recipient of the President’s Award for film from the Lower Hudson Region of the New York State Media Arts Teachers Association earlier in May, the Byram Hills Central School District announced on Tuesday, May 30.  Sutton won the award for his short film "Doll," which was inspired by the work of Marge Piercy, a poet and women's righ…
HS Seniors In Northern Westchester Awarded $2.5K Each From National Program HS Seniors In Northern Westchester Awarded $2.5K Each From National Program
HS Seniors In Northern Westchester Awarded $2.5K Each From National Program Two hard-working high school seniors from Northern Westchester have been awarded $2,500 scholarships each as recognition for their impressive academic achievements.  Armonk residents Remi Matza and Kelsey Vaquero, both seniors at Byram Hills High School, were awarded the funds after being chosen as finalists in the National Merit Scholarship Program, school district officials announced on Thursday, May 25.  Matza and Vaquero were among the 2,500 scholarship recipients nationwide and were chosen from more than 15,000 finalists.  The program recognizes students …