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.
- 1 Mount Kisco Zoning Board To Meet On Food Hall's Parking Variance Bid
- 2 Trump's Presidential Run Puts Spotlight On His Byram Lake Estate
- 3 Shark Sightings Lead To Beach Closure On Long Island
- 4 Mount Kisco Architect Working On Catherine Zeta Jones' Proposed Apartment
- 5 Police Corral 90-Pound Alligator Crossing Street In New York City