HARRISON, N.Y. -- In case you weren't able to check in with The Harrison Daily Voice every day, here are some of the top stories this week.
- An overhead highway sign fell onto Westchester Avenue on Tuesday. Afterward, Westchester County and the state could not agree on whose responsibility it is to fix it.
- The Town of Harrison reached an agreement on the $3.6 million renovation planned for the Harrison Public Library. The town will contribute $1.1 million to the project, which is set to begin next year.
- The Westchester County Association's newly formed Healthcare Consortium called the health-care system in Westchester "unsustainable." Members of the group say that hospitals will be hit hard when the Affordable Care Act goes into effect next year.
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