MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. - Here are a few of The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice's top stories from this week:
Mount Pleasant residents dressed up as their favorite superheros for "The Price is Right."
Roberto Trigosso was named the next principal at Valhalla Middle School, replacing Steven Garcia.
Gregg Fonde was named the new assistant principal at Pleasantville Middle School, replacing Susan Weill.
Pleasantville residents observed Memorial Day on Monday, gathering along Bedford Road and Memorial Plaza to watch the annual parade and ceremony.
A former Sleepy Hollow detective acquitted in a police brutality case filed a lawsuit against an FBI agent and the federal government.
Galit Sperling was named the new principal at the Pleasantville Community Synagogue's Hebrew School.
A Thornwood teen is raising money for Alzheimer's for her Girl Scout Gold Award Project.
Lower East Side artist Richard Hambleton, a New York City street artist, is showcasing his work at an unusual location: the Rockefeller State Park Preserve's art gallery.
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