NORTH SALEM, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in North Salem this week:
- North Salem’s Joe DiMauro, has been selected for this year's Citizen of the Year honor from the Mount Kisco Chamber of Commerce. He calls it a “very special award.”
- Pop legend Paul Simon, 72, and his wife, hit musician Edie Brickell, 47, are facing troubled waters after they were each charged with disorderly conduct after a dispute between the couple at their New Canaan home Saturday evening.
- New York State Police have charged a 55-year-old Peekskill man with making a bomb threat in Somers.
- The Saks family continues to hold out hope that Indy, its missing North Salem wallaby, will be found.
- Route 35 in Lewisboro was closed for about an hour on Tuesday, April 29, due to an overturned vehicle, according to Melissa McMorris, a public information officer with the New York State Police. The incident occurred about 6 a.m.
- Eight Democratic members of the Board of Legislators said Rob Astorino is missing in action and demanded a new election for Westchester county executive, which Republican legislators called pure political silliness.
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- 2 New Map Shows Lyme Disease Risk
- 3 Westchester Native Killed In Taconic Parkway Crash Was Jungle Explorer
- 4 Man, 24, Killed In Sprain Brook Parkway One-Car Crash ID'd
- 5 Grocery Store Bidding Tops Last Week's News In Northern Westchester County