WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Landon Pruyne of Yorktown loves fire trucks, ambulances, and police cars, so he was super excited last week when he got to visit a real police station to do a good deed. Click here to read the story.
Some others top stories of the week include (Click on the link to read the entire story):
- A Mahopac woman who worked at an Audi dealership was arrested and charged after she took out a car for more than two weeks.
- School before September? Say it isn't so.
- Angelika Graswald walked out of the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women on Thursday a free woman, just two months after being sentenced for the criminally negligent homicide of her fiance, Vincent Viafore.
- Westchester County Executive-elect George Latimer is filling up his office.
- Westchester residents have a special reason to tune in to the Golden Globes ceremony in January. One of 2017’s most celebrated films was shot in Westchester County.
- John Jay High School in Cross River will retain the "Indians" mascot after more than 58 percent of students voted to keep the current nickname, according to school officials.
- Chevy Chase, a Bedford resident, made an appearance in his hometown Tuesday night to discuss one of his most iconic roles.
- An investigation into an elaborate scheme involving two FedEx employees stealing packages in Westchester County led to the arrest of four men who now face felony charges.
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