WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Here are the top stories in White Plains this week.
White Plains played host to “The Price is Right Live Stage Show” Wednesday night, prompting many to dress in color-coordinated outfits , superhero costumes and many more inventive costumes. Many local residents won prizes, including Rye Brook resident Tina Maltese, who won a refrigerator.
The City of White Plains unanimously adopted its $157.8 million budget Thursday. The average city homeowner will pay $97 more in property taxes, or 3.9 percent, in the coming year.
The annual White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival returned for its 51st installment at Tibbits Park. It featured more than 70 artists and seven student artists at the two-day festival. The proceeds will go toward college scholarships for select seniors at White Plains High School next year.
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