WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in White Plains this week:
- Good Counsel Academy High School issued a statement on Friday, May 30, that it will remain open and at full capacity despite an announcement that the Sisters of the Divine Compassion are exploring the sale of a portion or all of the property at 52 N. Broadway.
- State Trooper John Vescio was one of the six injured in the Mobil gas station accident and fire Tuesday and pulled one of the other drivers out of a burning car to safety.
- The White Plains Youth Bureau’s annual youth job fair drew 230 students vying for 130 positions Monday afternoon, June 2, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, according to its executive director, Frank Williams.
- Pace University announced that Karl R. Rábago is the new executive director of the Pace Energy and Climate Center, an interdisciplinary law and policy think tank located at the Pace University School of Law in White Plains.
- 1 Bishop Cites Slain Sisters' Goodness At Funeral Mass In Harrison
- 2 State Police Warn White Plains Residents Of Phone Scam
- 3 Funeral Arrangements Announced For Teenage Sisters Murdered In Harrison
- 4 Stepinac Grad Recovering As 'Ice Missile' From 18-Wheeler Breaks Windshield
- 5 White Plains Safety Commissioner Shocked By Ex-Officer's Role In Murders