GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Greenburgh, Edgemont, and Hartsdale last week:
- Greenburgh Supervisor Paul Feiner has called for the closure of a local gun range after the fragment of a bullet grazed a nearby resident, according to CBS New York.
- Gregory McCarthy, a New Castle teen who went missing, was found safe.
- Daily Voice Chief Executive Officer and Founder Carll Tucker was honored as the Innovator of the Year at Pace University's Spirit Of Pace Awards that was held on Wednesday, June 18 at the American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan.
- Nine first-year Metro-North conductors were fired while three others were reassigned after they were caught cheating on a safety test during a training session, according to the New York Daily News.
- 1 Police Identify Teenagers Involved In Fatal Accident Near Port Chester HS
- 2 One Killed, One Injured In Car Crash Near Port Chester High School
- 3 Village Manager George Calvi Prepares To Say Goodbye To Ardsley
- 4 Snow Likely In Greenburgh On Busiest Travel Day Of The Year
- 5 Route 119 Reopens After Closure In Greenburgh