Headlines: I-95 crash in Mamaroneck, supermarket murder plea, demolition set for Yorktown park

Here are some stories making headlines across the Hudson Valley.
Two people were taken to the hospital after a crash on I-95 in Mamaroneck on Wednesday. Police say the accident happened around 6 p.m. as two vehicles collided near Mamaroneck Avenue. One car flipped over and a person had to be extricated from the vehicle. There is no word on the condition of the victims.
A New Windsor man has pleaded guilty to murder charges from a 2016 supermarket stabbing. Andrew Goodenough admitted to stabbing 35-year-old Michael Kohus even though the Orange County District Attorney David Hoovler believes the men had no prior interaction. Hoovler will recommend a 20 to life sentence for Goodenough. He'll be sentenced next month.
Demolition is set to start at Railroad Park in Yorktown today. It's part of the town's work to renovate parks and enhance accessibility to police headquarters. Nearly $70,000 will go towards the facelift on the park's basketball court, $50,000 towards a new playground, and proposals are being accepted for the promenade at police headquarters.