PORT CHESTER, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Port Chester last week:
- Dr. Albert Marino of Port Chester died June 29. He was 84. Marino had a long career caring for the people of his community as a podiatrist with an office on Clark Place in Port Chester. He served in Korea during the Korean War with the 24th Infantry Division, 19th Regiment.
- Two teenage girls reported missing in separate incidents were found safe, Greenwich police said Tuesday.
- State Sen. Thomas W. Libous was indicted in federal court in White Plains on charges of lying to federal agents, according to The New York Times.
- Nearly 65,000 residents in Westchester, Putnam and Rockland counties now have health insurance via the New York state insurance exchange, according to LoHud.com.
- 1 Resident Escapes After Ammo Explodes In Rye Brook Fire
- 2 Port Chester Science Teacher Awarded Leadership Fellowship At Mercy College
- 3 McDonald's Shakes Up Menu, Cuts Seven Sandwiches
- 4 Westchester DA Issues Alert About Sexual Predators Posing As Others
- 5 Multi-Vehicle Crash Causing Heavy Delays At I-95/I-287 Interchange