CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Chappaqua last week:
- Applicants who sought to lease space at the Chappaqua train station and were turned down in favor of Leslie Lampert's Love at 10514 want the lease to be the subject of a permissive referendum.
- Several residents who live near the Legionaries of Christ site in eastern New Castle expressed concerned about the Rosehill condo redevelopment at a recent Town Board meeting.
- Mt. Kisco Associates, L.P., the landlord of the former Borders site in downtown Mount Kisco, will let its property be foreclosed after giving up contesting a lawsuit with the holder of its mortgage.
- A state board decided to postpone voting on a series of building code variances for the Chappaqua Station affordable housing proposal.
- The New York state Division of Criminal Justice Services issued a missing vulnerable adult alert for an area that includes Westchester County on Monday, June 9.
- 1 Police Officer Prevents Metro-North Train From Hitting Car At Rail Crossing
- 2 ESPN Writer's Son, 21, Missing At College In Upstate New York
- 3 State Police Warn Chappaqua Residents Of Phone Scam
- 4 Valhalla Man Recovers After 18-Wheeler's 'Ice Missile' Breaks Windshield
- 5 Chance Of Snow Returns To Chappaqua Overnight