Week in Review: Candidate Forums; Provisional Police Chief Named in Pleasantville

Some highlights from the week of May 9 — 15, 2011 on Patch.

Pleasantville Lieutenant Richard Love in light of current Chief Anthony Chiarlitti's retirement at the end of May. Check back with Patch tomorrow for more information on the appointment.

Briarcliff Manor UFSD Board of Education  hitting close to home for residents during a forum on Wednesday night, while Pleasantville UFSD's  on Thursday.

Pleasantville's Will Shortz last weekend, a new space dedicated to both competitive and friendly games of the sport.

Memorial Plaza was ; enjoying games, food and other offerings from vendors in honor of the 2011 Pleasantville Day. Check back tomorrow for a video from Pleasantville Day.

Both the and hosted their annual plant sales last Saturday, giving locals the opportunity to bring young seedlings into their homes for the spring.

On Tuesday, six Briarcliff Manor  in the Westchester branch of the Law Enforcement Torch Run, an annual tradition leading up to the start of the Special Olympics.

The Briarcliff Manor Chamber of Commerce , giving local businesses the chance to offer specials in a social environment.

Pleasantville's boys varsity lacrosse team over Sleepy Hollow on Tuesday, which also marked Senior Night for the squad. The two teams face off again tomorrow on Horsemen turf.

Briarcliff Middle School on Thursday, which involved lively performances and a conductor in a chicken suit.

Pleasantville last weekend, bringing out many locals to Nannahagan Park for the occasion.

Residents spoke that will restrict commercial businesses' hours of operation in the Old Village of Pleasantville. The amendment was ultimately passed by the Board of Trustees on Monday.

Briarcliff and Pleasantville high schools' track coaches in each others' lives and careers, which they say have brought them closer.

Briarcliff Manor Author Marilyn Johnson and Pleasantville's Joe Wallace were on Friday, named as winners of the 2011 Washington Irving Book Awards.

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