PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Port Chester this week:
Navigating roads in New York during winter can be tricky enough, but a recent study suggests that doing so can cost drivers throughout Westchester County as much as $2,300 a year.
Westchester parents were disturbed by news of heroin reportedly being found last week in the faculty bathroom of a Hudson Valley elementary school, which added extra security Monday.
A conductor on Metro-North’s New Haven Line surprised passengers by taping a typed letter of apology to each seat on his train regarding an incident on his train.
- Bedford resident Kerry Kennedy was found not guilty of driving while under the influence of drugs.
- 1 Woman Spits At, Kicks Westchester Officers During DWI Arrest, Say Police
- 2 Boil Water Advisory Affects 150,000 Westchester Residents
- 3 Westchester Food Festival Lineup Includes Port Chester Restaurant
- 4 Bear Drops In At Backyard, Country Club In Greenwich
- 5 Port Chester Resident Charged In Yorktown With Possession Of Marijuana