WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Here are the top stories of the week in White Plains.
Police found no criminal activity in the death of White Plains substitute teacher Jennifer Morbelli, who died Feb. 7 after complications from a later-term abortion. She was in the 33rd week of pregnancy. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will continue to investigate the case.
The City of White Plains will demolish the Lyon Place Garage starting next week to build a new 619-parking space garage in its place. It will give Esplande Assisted Care Facility, the previous owner, use of 160 parking spaces in the new garage, leaving 459 spaces available to the public when it is expected to open in early 2014.
In conjunction with National Police week, the White Plains Public Safety Department awarded medals and certificates to officers, fire fighters and other public servants and community members. Additionally, the police department designated three officers as detectives and elevated three detectives to a higher grade level.
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