ARMONK, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Armonk last week:
- Two brothers from Armonk could change forever the way people administer CPR with a patented device they created for less than $150, reports lohud.com.
- Two local groups have recommended that the Elijah Miller House, which served as a headquarters for George Washington during the Revolutionary War, be repaired at its current site in North White Plains.
- The ramp from Interstate 684 north to Interstate 84 west in Southeast was closed for more than four hours Monday after a tractor trailer overturned.
- Harvard and Vancouver School professors from the University of British Columbia have released a report that shows the happiness of U.S. cities based on a study conducted by the CDC and other factors, such as income, age, sex reports the Independent Journal Review.
- 1 Threatening Voice Mail From Son Tops North Castle Police Blotter
- 2 Hillary Clinton Gets Health OK From Mount Kisco Medical Group Physician
- 3 Two Medical Marijuana Licenses Granted In Westchester
- 4 Billionaire Mount Kisco Businessman, Philanthropist Jerome Kohlberg Dies
- 5 Armonk Residents Get To See Blue Moon Friday Night