HARRISON, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Harrison last week:
- Twenty two students graduated from White Plains Hospital’s Richard P. Biondi Nurse Apprenticeship Program, which included residents from West Harrison.
- John Vescio, a state trooper, was honored for saving a man from burning car while off-duty at a gas station in Harrison.
- The tragic death of Benjamin Seitz, a 15-month-old Ridgefield toddler, left in hot car, was ruled a homicide.
- Police released video footage of three men who smashed open the glass display cases at the Tourneau jewelry store at The Westchester mall and robbed luxury timepieces.
- Armonk-based IBM has acquired the business operations of Lighthouse Security Group, LLC.
- 1 Rye High School Grad, 20, Found Dead In College Dorm Room, Reports Say
- 2 Red Flag Warning Issued For Westchester
- 3 White Plains Office Assistant Posed As Dentist While Boss Was Away
- 4 Investigation Is Under Way Into Death Of Rye High School Grad Marisa Curlen
- 5 Big-Hearted Teachers Donate Big Check To Harrison Food Pantry