MOUNT PLEASANT, N.Y. - Here are a few of The Mount Pleasant Daily Voice's top stories from this week:
A record 1,854 students graduated from Westchester Community College on Thursday at its 65th commencement in White Plains.
Trattoria 160 opened its doors on Marble Avenue, offering traditional Italian cuisine at a reasonable price.
The Pleasantville Farmers Market returned to Memorial Plaza for the summer season.
Mount Pleasant residents passed a $52.5 million budget and elected Christopher Pinchiaroli and Theresa Fowler to the Board of Education.
Pocantico Hills residents re-elected Fred Rickles and Emily Segal and passed a $29 million budget.
Pleasantville residents re-elected Shane McGaffey to the Board of Education and passed a $46.32 million budget.
Valhalla residents passed a $45.5 million budget and elected LaVerne Clark and Joseph Garbus.
Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-17) honored students for admission to the U.S. Naval Academy.
Valhalla student Brandon Agins' internship with a local security company has sparked a career as an electrician.
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