WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Southern Westchester County last week.
- On Monday, Standard Amusements agreed to a five-month extension of the option agreement for the investment of $25 million in Playland, the county-owned park in Rye.
- Students were forced to evacuate the Pelham High and Middle Schools on Friday afternoon when a bus caught fire .
- The Gateway Center in White Plains suggested as potential new location for General Electric's new corporate headquarters .
- On Monday, Yonkers firefighters battled a three-alarm blaze that broke out in a Mount Vernon deli.
- The Montefiore Medical Center in Tarrytown was damaged by a fire early Sunday morning.
- A woman was arrested in Scarsdale over the weekend for drunken and belligerent behavior .
- Elementary school students in Irvington competed in World Maths Day.
- A broken water main in Eastchester caused flooding and water contamination on Saturday.
- Michael Chiapparelli, baseball coach at Mamaroneck High School, was inducted into the 2015 Westchester Sports Hall of Fame on Thursday.
- Students from Greenburgh’s Woodlands Middle School watched and discussed “He Named Me Malala,” the Davis Guggenheim documentary about Malala Yousafzai, the world-famous Pakistani activist for female education.
- Bronxville Union Free School District getting parent feedback via letters .
- The top-seeded Rye High football team defeated rival Harrison in 34–6 victory on Saturday.
- REO Speedwagon rocked Capitol Theatre in Port Chester on Tuesday.
- New Rochelle Public Library rewarded the winners of “I Found it at the Library” video competition on Sunday.
- City Councilman Richard Thomas is facing stiff competition in the upcoming Mount Vernon mayoral race .
- On Friday, a judge approved the bankruptcy sale of a Harrison A&P .
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