MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. - Here are a few of the top stories from this week in Mount Pleasant:
Edward Jones celebrated its grand reopening on Marble Avenue on Wednesday in Pleasantville.
Students will left Holy Name of Jesus in Valhalla for the last time on Friday as the school was closed by the Archdiocese of New York.
Three Pleasantville businesses are featured in this year's Westchester Magazine's “Best Of” List .
The Pleasantville Board of Education unanimously accepted the resignation of high school principal Dawn Bartz during a heavily-attended meeting on Tuesday. Bartz will step down on July 31.
The bacteria that sickened some festival-goers who attended Westchester’s Burger and Beer Bash at Kensico Dam in Valhalla earlier this month has been identified as Campylobacter , the county department of health announced Monday.
Five new recruits will be joining the Pace University's women's volleyball team in the fall, Head Coach Karrin Moore announced.
The Dominican Sisters of Hawthorne are working to get their founder Mother Mary Alphonsa, born Rose Hawthorne, declared a saint . The sainthood process took a big step in April as more than 1,300 pages on Hawthorne were compiled and sealed before a cardinal and then sent to Rome.