WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the week's top stories from around Westchester County.
- Blue Hill at Stone Barns in Pocantico Hills earned national recognition by the food site Eater.
- Westchester County Police announced that an investigation is pending into a pair of Wednesday incidents involving attempts to lure girls in Mount Kisco.
- The Pound Ridge Police Department is looking into social media allegations that a man working as Santa Claus at Poundridge Nurseries behaved inappropriately with children.
- Graffiti was spray-painted on a number of spots around North Castle.
- A new traffic pattern had been instituted at the intersection of Guard Hill Road and Route 22 in Bedford.
- Bedford's Michael Douglas, along with the Genesis Prize Foundation and the Jewish Funders Network, have helped secure a grant for Connect, a new initiative in Northern Westchester that seeks to welcome and engage interfaith families.
- A reunion of the very best kind took place Wednesday evening inside Carmel's Town Hall in Mahopac.
- Four youth were caught inside a local house without the owner's permission and charged with criminal trespassing.
- "The Greatest Showman on Earth," starring Hugh Jackman, was using Sleepy Hollow Country Club as its basecamp.
- Two Pleasantville natives seem to have found the recipe for business success: Take a passion for pasta, mix with social media savvy, toss in some tenacity and – voilà – you’ve got an up-and-coming food brand.
- Donald Trump's and Mitt Romney's recent sit-down at a fancy French restaurant in Manhattan has ties to Pound Ridge.
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