YORKTOWN, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Yorktown this week:
- The Yorktown Town Board gave developer Simon Property Group, Inc. the green light for its Jefferson Valley Mall renovation and expansion plan.
- Somers resident Christopher Loscher, 53, was arrested on a charge of endangering the welfare of a child after allegedly leaving his 2-year-old son alone in a parked car Tuesday, Oct. 15, Yorktown police said.
- Yorktown native and new Larchmont restaurant owner Nick Di Bona proved his kitchen skills to Food Network viewers as the champion chef on "Chopped" and won $10,000.
- Westchester high schools are pushing sportsmanship and proactive approaches to preventing violence at varsity events after a student/athlete punched another player during a White Plains-New Rochelle boys soccer game last week.
- 1 Mysterious UFO Still Vexes Yorktown Police Officer
- 2 New Yorkers Urged To Protect Children From Dangerous Respiratory Virus
- 3 CDC Warns Respiratory Virus May Be Linked To Mysterious Paralysis
- 4 Sandy Hook Advisory Panel Targets Homeschooling
- 5 Facebook Tip Leads To Arrests In Burglary At Route 6 Pizzeria