BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Bedford last week:
- The federal monitor overseeing the 2009 affordable housing settlement will conduct another test on behalf of Westchester looking for exclusionary zoning in its communities, which county Board of Legislators Chairman Michael Kaplowitz (D–Somers) said Wednesday is the “logjam break that we have been waiting for.”
- Remembering those who served in the military and gave their lives was a key point of the Memorial Day parade in Bedford Hills.
- Ashley Yozzo had come back from a run and was drinking coffee on Monday, when she got a call from a friend about a horse running loose on Interstate 684.
- Downtown Chappaqua was busy 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.
- New York State Police arrested three people on driving while intoxicated charges during a DWI detail.
- 1 Plans Detail Controversial Katonah CVS Expansion
- 2 Former Exec From PepsiCo In Purchase Resigns From Toyota After Drug Bust
- 3 July 4 Terror Threat Is 'Nothing Routine,' Says Former CIA Deputy Director
- 4 New Facebook Scam Could Cost You
- 5 Downed Trees, Accidents Cause Road Closures, Delays, Power Outages