WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in White Plains last week:
- The White Plains Common Council approved legislation at its July meeting to phase out the use of the dirtiest fuel oils in all commercial and residential buildings throughout the city.
- White Plains resident Nicole Butler, 45, was charged with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated on Saturday, July 5, after she was stopped for speeding on Route 9A at Shady Farm Lane.
- The changes to the French-American School of New York’s proposal for a 130-acre campus include more trails and paths to improve north-south and east-west connectivity, which White Plains resident Rob Pace said will improve access to an adjacent church.
- White Plains Hospital has announced interventional cardiologist Mark Greenberg of Scarsdale has joined its staff.
- ArtsWestchester has been awarded a $5,000 grant by Staples Foundation, the charitable extension of Staples Inc.. It's part of a new philanthropic program that allows Staples associates get to choose a nonprofit organization for donations.
- A car accident on Tuesday morning, July 15, caused a car to veer into a Pace University graduate center after it struck another car, reports LoHud.com.
- 1 Danger Lurks At Many Westchester Intersections
- 2 July 4 Terror Warning Issued By Homeland Security, FBI
- 3 Second Escapee David Sweat Shot By New York State Police, Now In Hospital
- 4 Christina Ruth Buckley Silverman, 46, White Plains Resident
- 5 July 4 Terror Threat Is 'Nothing Routine,' Says Former CIA Deputy Director