'Frosty Day' Parade Kick-Off Of Holiday Season Tops Armonk News This Week

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ARMONK, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Armonk this week:

  • Armonk ushered in the holidays this past weekend with the annual 'Frosty Day' parade and celebration of Steve Nelson, the man who wrote the lyrics to the famous song "Frosty the Snowman" and lived in town.
  • The parks in the Town of North Castle are getting more environmentally friendly by adding recycling bins in town parks thanks to donations from residents who want to have a cleaner North Castle.
  • A memorial service was held at St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Church in Shrub Oak for Nero, the 10-year old Newfoundland dog, who played a key role in the rescue of two family members before perishing in a Nov. 24 fire in Yorktown along with three other dogs.
  • A Cortlandt Manor man, Hiram Noel Mendez, 35, faces multiple charges after police accused him of stealing art by Andy Warhol from a man he found dead.
  • DNA testing by Westchester County officials has led to the arrest of a Spring Valley woman believed to be the mother of the infant boy named "Baby Angel" who was found in an Elmsford recycling plant last month.
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