MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. -- Here are a few of the top stories from The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice this week.
Sleepy Hollow officials said a Stephen King movie would be filming for 15 days in May in a house in the Philipse Manor neighborhood.
The Flour and Sun Bakery in Pleasantville celebrated its four-year anniversary , with owner Denise Treco saying they were busier than ever.
Mount Pleasant recycled 67 percent of its waste in 2012, the sixth highest rate in Westchester, County Executive Rob Astorino announced.
Members of the New York Guard’s 56th Brigade and the New York City Department of Environmental Protection gathered at Sleepy Hollow Cemetery to honor the men who served in the First Provisional Regiment of the New York Guard during World War I, protecting the New York City reservoir system.
Pat Kennedy was named the new Head Coach of the men's basketball program at Pace University.
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