WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Two stories topped the news for the week including the $7 million Lottery win by an Ossining man and a battle between a luxury car dealer and an auto shop that has led to two lawsuits.
Meat wholesaler Leon Greenberg and his wife are $7 million richer thanks to a winning New York State Lottery scratch-off ticket. Click here to read the story.
A Northern Westchester Mercedes dealer is countersuing a local repair shop for defamation after the shop claimed the business was demanding kickbacks. Click here to read the story.
Some others top stories of the week include (Click on the link to read the entire story):
- New Yorkers might have a little -- or in some cases, a lot -- less in their wallets if the tax reform bill approved by the Senate becomes law.
- A teenager goes missing nearly once every day from the Hawthorne Cedar Knolls rehabilitation center in Mount Pleasant, according to a New York Times report published this week that said many of the teens may be getting involved in sex trafficking rings and fall into familiar trappings after they leave.
- As he prepares to become county executive, George Latimer has put together his transition team.
- The war over the naming designation of the new Tappan Zee Bridge has now been joined by a Hudson Valley representative in state government.
- Five were hospitalized in a one-vehicle crash in Croton-on-Hudson on Monday night after the driver lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree.
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