There was plenty of news across the Hudson Valley over the past week.
If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here’s a roundup of the top stories.
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The search for the man caused three schools to go into lockout. READ MORE.
He will assume his new duties in April. READ MORE.
Surprisingly, there were no NYC restaurants on the list. READ MORE.
Besides prison, the former personal banker has to pay the money back. READ MORE.
Police interrupted a sale to two teenagers. READ MORE.
More news stories
- Not Too Late to Get Flu Shot in Mamaroneck: Astorino
- Poughkeepsie Rally Protests Immigration Ban
- 1 Dead in Tractor-Trailer Accident on I-87
- 6 Officers Injured in Attack By 3 Inmates at Green Haven: Union
- White Plains Fire Displaces Families, Damages 12 Apartments
- Man Waving Hunting Knife Arrested in Domestic Incident: Yorktown Police
- Lawsuit Accuses Richard Gere, Partner of Withholding Serving Staff Tips
- Italian Clothing Brand Leases Ardsley Space
- Greenburgh OKs Hotel Occupancy Tax
- Hudson Valley Pet Store Owner Barred from Selling Animals
- Groups Protest Proposed Repeal of Obamacare in White Plains
- NY AG Goes After College Accrediting Agency over For-Profit Schools that Cheated Students