BEDFORD, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Bedford this week:
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Special "Texting Zones" for I-684 in Bedford, I-87 in Ardsley in Westchester and several highways around the state.
- The Bedford Central Board of Education named Mount Kisco resident Edward Reder to fill the seat vacated by Lee Goldstein.
- A recent event in Orange County involving sexual misconduct between elementary school students on a school bus sparked concern in Westchester.
- Somers Police received death threats after a resident videotaped an officer removing pro-gun sign photos go viral.
- U.S. Rep. Nita Lowey (D-Westchester) criticized Republicans for Defunding Obamacare as the same would hurt Bedford seniors.
- 1 Broadway Producer's Westchester Home Hits The Market For $29.5M
- 2 Maintenance Work Results In I-684 Lane Closures
- 3 Mother Of Croton Child Who Died Upgraded To Serious Condition
- 4 Nearly One Million Bicycles Are Recalled After Rider Is Paralyzed
- 5 Police Seeking Public's Help In Search For Missing Greenwich Teenager