WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Southern Westchester County last week.
will honor the victims of Sept. 11
with a public memorial ceremony.
The French-American School of New York
filed a lawsuit against White Plains Mayor Thomas Roach and the city Common Council
for voting against a new school.
Westchester County Police arrested a Yonkers man on a
boating while intoxicated charge
- One portion of the new Tappan Zee Bridge is nearing the halfway point of construction.
The Village of Mamaroneck is preparing residents for their
're-integration' back into life
with fun, food and activities.
- The Greenburgh Police Department was able to buy 12 new bullet-proof vests thanks to federal grant money.
After more than two years, the Parkway Road Bridge – which serves as a gateway between Bronxville and Yonkers –
has been re-opened
Thousands of greeting cards were scattered like autumn leaves around the Hutchinson River Parkway early Wednesday, Aug. 2,
when a tractor trailer slammed into an overpass in Rye Brook
The Port Chester High School football program will look to
Paul Santavicca to help break out of a recent slump
Students at the Daniel Webster Elementary School in New Rochelle will be attending a different building for their first two semesters
as the district deals with infrastructure problems
- A Mount Vernon man was arrested early on Wednesday morning after he was found intoxicated following a routine traffic violation.
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