WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County:
- One of the topics at the recent Greenburgh Central School District's superintendent's tea was a partnership with the National Youth Football Organization to sponsor a spring noncontact football league and training for students ages 5-18.
- The upper level of the George Washington Bridge remained closed for several hours Wednesday night into Thursday morning after wind gusts blew a tractor-trailer onto its side in the opposite lanes.
- The White Plains High School Band -- the Blue Brigade -- received an overall superior rating and all A's in sight reading.
- The Yonkers City Council made a strong statement on the value of the three iconic Richard Haas murals on downtown buildings by voting 5-2 on Wednesday, Feb. 24, to create a historic district.
- Jake Danehy, a Larchmont resident and 2012 graduate of Mamaroneck High School, hopes to make a big splash with his Fair Harbor ecologically conscious swimwear.
- Responding to complaints about abandoned cars and long-term parking by train commuters, the village of Mamaroneck passed a local law on Monday to limit on-street residential parking to one week.
- GoHealth Urgent Care celebrated the grand opening of three new urgent care facilities Wednesday, in partnership with Northwell Health, formerly North Shore-LIJ.
- TransCare, an ambulance service that serves municipalities throughout the Hudson Valley, abruptly shut down its Westchester operations late Wednesday afternoon after declaring bankruptcy.
- The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester hosted a full house Thursday night for a star-studded benefit concert to honor New York City Police Detective Joseph “Superman” Lemm of West Harrison, who was killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan on Dec. 21.
- A nurse walking to work in Mount Vernon was struck and killed by a car Wednesday, according to multiple reports.
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