OSSINING, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Ossining last week:
- Gregory McCarthy, a New Castle teen who went missing was found safe.
- A man, who was walking in an area that is off limits to pedestrians, was struck and killed by a northbound train near the Peekskill train station, according to News 12 Westchester.
- Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Ellen Morehouse, executive director of Student Assistance Services Corp., Doreen Lockwood of Putnam Family and Community Services and Susan Salomone, founder of Drug Crisis in our Backyard, on her local public access television show, "Speak Out with Sandy Galef."
- The handicap accessible signs, like the word handicap, are outdated, say two state legislators from Westchester and they want them changed.
- 1 Cousin Charged In Death Of 5-Year-Old Subject Of Amber Alert
- 2 Ossining Police Investigate Unusual Noise At School, Declaring Area Safe
- 3 Christmas Week Storm May Impact Travel In Ossining
- 4 New Ossining Police Officer Graduates From County Academy
- 5 Sony Pulls Movie; Ossining Will Have To Wait On 'Interview'