HARRISON, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Harrison last week.
First-term Harrison Supervisor/Mayor Ron Belmont
easily secured the Republican nomination
in Thursday's primary election.
An Eastchester man was sentenced to up to six years in prison for
possession of child pornography
A U.S. Bankruptcy judge has
allowed A&P to cut the severance pay of laid off employees
by nearly half.
A Harrison Police officer arrested three men wanted for
allegedly using counterfeit money
in Greenwich, Conn.
A New Jersey man with reputed mob ties admitted Thursday that he
conspired with a disbarred attorney from Westchester
to scam 15 victims out of nearly $3.5 million.
Westchester County Police formally charged on Wednesday a Mount Vernon man with Driving While Intoxicated
in connection with a fatal accident in Yonkers
Irvington students began the new school year.
The recent property tax revaluation has many Scarsdale homeowners
challenging the new assessments
A Larchmont rabbi spoke about the importance of the
upcoming Jewish High Holidays
A Mahopac man
faces DWI and other charges
after he was pulled over on the Sprain Brook Parkway in Greenburgh.
Bronxville High School auditorium
is finally set for its debut this month.
Archbishop Stepinac High School has
named the Rev. Timothy Wiggins
, a native of Port Chester, as its chaplain.
A man was
seriously injured after being hit by a van
in New Rochelle late Monday morning.
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