WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in White Plains last week:
- A White Plains woman reported her television stolen from her apartment, which she told police he has happened in the past, according to the police report.
- Maria Oliva Guaman-Guaman, the mother of "Baby Angel," who was found dead at a recycling plant in Elmsford, pleaded guilty to one count of manslaughter on Monday, according to the Rockland County District Attorney.
- White Plains train station newsstand owner Gary Waxman recently sold his business after 32 years, according to http://www.lohud.com.
- Westy Self Storage has donated 150 square feet of space for the Salvation Army's storage needs.
- Saungi McCalla, director of infection control at White Plains Hospital, received a leadership award from the National Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology for her achievements in developing members and advancing the association. The award was presented during the group's 41st annual conference held June 7-9 in Anaheim, Calif.
- Dr. Valiere Alcena, longtime member of the White Plains Hospital medical staff, was honored at a reception by the Einstein Chapter of the Student National Medical Association for his contributions to science and the profession of medicine.
- 1 White Plains Schools Will Have Early Dismissal Wednesday
- 2 White Plains HS Students Protest Non-Indictment In Ferguson
- 3 White Plains Could See 4-8 Inches Of Snow Wednesday
- 4 White Plains Parking Officer Appears In Court On 'Sex For No Ticket' Charge
- 5 Westchester's Highest Snowfall Totals Are Expected North Of I-287