MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Mount Kisco this week:
- Members of the Mount Kisco Volunteer Fire Department's FAST Team , who provided mutual aid at a Bedford fire on March 15 and helped to save several of their brethren who were trapped, were honored for their service at the village Board of Trustees meeting.
- A multi-vehicle accident in Katonah on I-684 south shut down all lanes between exit 7 and exit 5 on Thursday afternoon for nearly two hours.
- The Chappaqua floral shop destroyed by a fire April 11 has already found a new home. Whispering Pines of Chappaqua is now operating out of Chappaqua Blooms on 83 S. Greeley Avenue, whose owner Suzanne Lodge offered to share her space.
- New York State Police reportedly kept quiet about drugs and other evidence that was lost out of the Hawthorne barracks in 2011, according to the Albany Times Union.
- Two Northern Westchester Hospital doctors will be participating in panel discussions on " What Every Parent Should Know About Prom Night and Graduation Season " at Fox Lane and John Jay high schools this week.
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