Week in Review: Car Fire in Briarcliff; Assisted Living Proposal in P'ville

Some highlights for Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor from the week of Nov. 26 — Dec. 2, 2012 on Patch.

Neighbors of the United Methodist Church in Pleasantville spoke out against a proposal to build an assisted living facility on a portion of the church's property.

Twelve people were injured after their vehicle crashed into a utility pole on Route 9 in Briarcliff Manor Monday evening.

Pleasantville marked the beginning of the holiday season with its annual tree lighting this week.

St. Theresa School in Briarcliff Manor is on the Archdiocese's list of schools at-risk for closure at the end of the academic year, but its leadership is confident it will stay open.

Briarcliff High School student Jack Fischer authored an article chronicling the village's rich history.

The Briarcliff Manor Union Free School District has announced a timeline for its proposed capital improvements.

Holiday parking is in effect in Pleasantville.

The Briarcliff Manor and Pleasantville Police Benevolent Associations have teamed up to host a holiday toy drive to benefit children at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center.

Does your home go all out for the holidays? A photo of your home decked out could earn you $100,000 for your local school district.

Briarcliff High School's student government organized a walk to support those affected by Hurricane Sandy today.

Briarcliff Manor and Pleasantville businesses and residents continue to give back after Hurricane Sandy.

A'mangiare Italian Gourmet recently marked the opening of its new location on Marble Avenue.

Briarcliff High School graduate Gabriela De Frutos is making a big impact on the Muhlenberg College soccer team.

The villages experienced some light snow on Tuesday.

The Pleasantville board of trustees recently recognized groups of high school-aged volunteers who have given back during the past year.

Con Edison continues to work in Mount Pleasant to improve the electrical system after Sandy-related outages.

The Public Service Commission asked Con Edison this week to create a contingency plan in the event Indian Point's license is not reviewed next year.

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