YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Yorktown this week.
One person was transported to Westchester Medical Center Friday morning following a two-vehicle crash on Route 134 in Yorktown, police said. An armored truck rolled over following a crash with another vehicle on Route 134 near the Taconic State Parkway interchange at around 10:15 a.m. Friday, Yorktown Police said. One person was taken to Westchester Medical Center while others involved refused medical attention on scene. Yorktown Police were not certain whether the extent of the injuries were life threatening.
The John C. Hart Memorial Library in Shrub Oak is receiving more than $60,000 to upgrade the children's room, according to recently announced state grants. Seven libraries in the 40th State Senate District are receiving grants totaling $231,420 for construction and renovations. The Hart Memorial Library is set to receive $61,914 for the library's "Children’s Room Project to enlarge the Children’s Story Hour room by 45 percent, install a self-checkout system, consolidate and expand computer access, enhance the Toddler area, update the reference desk and allow more natural light in," according to the release.
Somers residents Richard Norbutt and Laura Polisky are looking to improve body and soul with the grand opening this month of a new karate/yoga studio in Somers. Norbutt is set to head Triangle Way Karate while Polisky will manage Bija Yoga in the same studio at 155 Route 202 in the Lincolndale Village Plaza. The pair recently opened for business but they hope to host a grand opening later this month.
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