PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- A new citizen committee to stop bullying in Port Chester schools tops this week's news.
- A group of residents have launched a committee to raise money and awareness to stop bullying in the schools. The group plans to host a golf fundraiser this fall to raise money for counseling for both victims of bullying and the bullies themselves.
- Residents of the Landmark condominium building are upset with the Building Department for not issuing a certificate of occupancy. The certificate is required to sell their homes, and has caused financial and emotional distress for many residents.
- School officials will address concerns about students from other districts attending school in Port Chester. The district will begin investigating student residency to make sure that they live in the village.