CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Chappaqua last week:
- Hundreds flocked to the Chappaqua Library on Sunday afternoon for the chance to meet potential 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at a book signing event.
- Chappaqua resident David Perlmutter has donated a 60-inch flat-screen "smart TV" to the Pleasantville Cottage School for use in the treatment center's recreation building.
- Conifer Realty was dealt a setback on Wednesday when a state board denied variances needed for its proposed affordable housing structure for downtown Chappaqua.
- Gregory McCarthy, a New Castle teen who went missing on Monday morning, was found safe.
- 1 Daughters Of Edgemont Driver Of SUV In Fatal Crash Will Be On 'Today' Show
- 2 Westchester Private Schools Rank Among 'Smartest' In Nation
- 3 Town Board Approves Chappaqua Train Station Lease With Chases' Company
- 4 Snow Could Be Returning To Chappaqua
- 5 Police Charge Student In Swastika Case At Purchase College