ARMONK, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Armonk last week:
- Armonk student Annie Devine, 17, saw her work come to life Thursday, May 29, when “Hands on the Clock” opened for one night at the school. In past years, students selected plays to perform. This is the first time a student wrote the play that was to be performed.
- Ashley Yozzo, who has owned North Salem's Summit Farm for a decade, helped track down a horse running loose on Interstate 684 by heading out with her truck and trailer, coincidentally getting a request from local police to do so.
- Downtown Chappaqua was busy on Monday morning for the town of New Castle’s Memorial Day parade, with throngs of onlookers gathering for the festivities that included two of the state's leading political figures marching.
A video, posted to YouTube by Sam Hollander, shows a galloping horse heading northbound near the Exit 6 interchange with Route 35 in Katonah.
- 1 Likely Arrest Of Senate Leader Skelos Tied To Scarsdale Firm, Report Says
- 2 Wal-Mart Told Laid-Off Employees To Avoid Chocolate, Alcohol
- 3 Man Clocked At 107 On I-684 Charged With Drug Possession, DWI, Police Say
- 4 Armonk's Beehive Toasts Cinco De Mayo With Fiesta Fun
- 5 Brody Family Sues Metro-North After Mother's Fatal Collision With Train