BEDFORD, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Bedford last week:
- Katonah Village Library is accepting donations for its book sale.
- The younger sister of Bedford resident Martha Stewart died in Norwalk Hospital from a brain aneurysm on Tuesday, Aug. 5, according to the New York Daily News.
- The holder of a mortgage for the former Borders site in downtown Mount Kisco will take over the property following a $6.5 million bid that was made at a Tuesday foreclosure auction.
- A two-car collision at the Interstate-95 southbound exit for 287 in the City of Rye ejected both occupants of a military truck, which flipped over, and killed the passenger Thursday morning, state police said.
Jeff Aarts, a Pound Ridge native who was a well-known and well-respected tennis pro in the Westchester/Fairfield area, died suddenly on Thursday, Aug. 7, while playing golf. He was 59.
- 1 Several Westchester Towns Ranked Among New York's Safest To Live In
- 2 Serious Accident Results In Route 172 Closure Near Fox Lane HS
- 3 Hand Grenade Removed From Katonah Home Found To Be Inert
- 4 State Advises Parents To Be Aware Of Signs Of Serious Respiratory Virus
- 5 National Weather Service: Bedford's Winter Won't Be So Bad