WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – Here are the top stories of the week in White Plains.
- The woman convicted of striking two pedestrians who were walking their dogs in White Plains, killing one of the women, has been found not competent for sentencing . Following her conviction in 2011, Sheldene Campbell, 41, went on a hunger strike and her condition deteriorated, according to the District Attorney’s office. She is now bedridden and on a feeding tube and trach collar. She will now be committed to the custody of the New York State Office of Mental Health for confinement.
- The White Plains School District's $192.95 million budget passed with 74 percent of the vote Tuesday.
- Steve Herman will succeed Tim Philip as head basketball coach at Archbishop Stepinac High School. He was the junior varsity basketball coach from 1991 to 1994. During that time, he took Stepinac to the CHSAA semifinals each year.
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