SCARSDALE, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Scarsdale this week:
- The Mental Health Association of Westchester (MHA) recently announced the election of accountant Larry M. Elkin and Dr. Sharon Krieger to the board.
- A highly contagious Norovirus, with symptoms of cramping, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea, has been lingering in Westchester for several weeks.
- A Metro-North employee is being charged for the Tuesday morning alleged sexual assault that stopped a New Haven bound train at the Fairfield station for more than 45 minutes.
- Two women from Queens, N.Y., are facing prostitution charges in Eastchester after they were accused of running a brothel out of a massage parlor, according to LoHud.com.
- An engineer trainee was charged with public indecency after a passenger said he was masturbating in front of her in an incident that stopped the train and caused a police manhunt Tuesday in Fairfield County, Conn., the Metropolitan Transportation Authority police said Wednesday.
- 1 Scarsdale Native Robert Durst Now Linked To Missing Woman Cold Case
- 2 Two Westchester Private Schools Rank Among 'Smartest' In Nation
- 3 Daughters Of Edgemont Driver Of SUV In Fatal Crash Will Be On 'Today' Show
- 4 Snow Could Be Returning To Scarsdale
- 5 Manhattan Building Collapses After Apparent Gas Explosion