Jul 29, 2014

Week in Review: Drug, Robbery Arrests; County Tourism Campaign

Some highlights for Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor from the week of Sept. 17 — 23, 2012 on Patch.

Week in Review: Drug, Robbery Arrests; County Tourism Campaign

A man was arrested at the Pleasantville Metro North station last weekend after he allegedly tried to rob a woman.

The new Todd Elementary School playground is just about ready for students.

The Village of Briarcliff Manor is kicking off its annual repaving project this week.

A windy storm swept through Pleasantville and Briarcliff Manor this week, knocking out power in areas.

The Briarcliff Manor estate of deceased philanthropist Brooke Astor will be auctioned off, beginning Monday.

Pleasantville's Will Shortz and the Westchester Table Tennis Center hosted the annual Westchester Crossword Puzzle Tournament on Friday night.

Pace University's football team fell in its first home game of the season to New Haven last Saturday.

At a press conference at Stone Barns Center for Food & Agriculture this week, Westchester County unveiled a tourist marketing campaign for the fall season.

Briarcliff High School's student government kicked off the new academic year with its annual barbecue for students.

The man accused of calling in a false robbery appeared in Pleasantville Court this week.

Both Briarcliff Manor and Pleasantville police recently arrested suspects for alleged drug possession.

Pleasantville's Le Loft Salon & Spa was among the Westchester County businesses honored for their involvement in non-profit organization Operation Prom this year.

The Westchester Broadway Theatre has announced its 2013 schedule.


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