WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Northern Westchester County last week.
More than 3,000 A&P employees could be
laid off by Thanksgiving
- Yorktown's Town Board may ban dogs from recreational play areas .
- State and local officials are courting General Electric in an effort to have the company move its headquarters to the former PepsiCo site in Somers.
St. Patrick’s School is
honoring Sister Kathleen Fitzgerald
in October for her work touching the lives of two generations of students.
- Vice President Joe Biden fared better than Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton in a recent poll.
- Mount Pleasant students are preparing to head back to school .
- A Buchanan woman was charged with using a stolen credit card .
A Pace University student-produced documentary entitled 'Curaçao’s Coral Challenge – Reviving the Rain Forests of the Sea,'
received an award at a global film competition
Northern Westchester Hospital's Dr. Ezriel Kornel explained what
former President Jimmy Carter's diagnosis
- An Ossining man recorded what appeared to be two planes in a "dogfight" over his home.
Lewisboro Town Board members
honored David Gordon, a recent John Jay High School graduate
, for his work on helping with open space in town.
$9 million deal for a home at Greystone on Hudson
marks the most expensive real estate sale in Westchester this year.
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