Week in Review: Car Flips in Pleasantville; Briarcliff Schools Talk Security

Some highlights for Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor from the wee of Dec. 17 — 24, 2012 on Patch.

Following the Sandy Hook School shooting, Briarcliff Manor's school board and administration addressed security measures.

The Pleasantville Recreation Center has moved to its new Marble Avenue home.

The Village of Briarcliff Manor has announced the sale of ice skating rink permits for the season.

Looking for somewhere to spend Christmas Eve or day? Here's a rundown of church services in the villages.

Three people were sent to the hospital Friday evening after a car lost control, flipped and struck another vehicle on Route 117 in Pleasantville.

The Briarcliff Manor and Pleasantville PBAs dropped off dozens of donated toys at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla this week.

Pleasantville Mayor Peter Scherer has pledged his support for the organization Mayors Against Illegal Guns.

Supporters gathered at St. Theresa School in Briarcliff Manor this week as part of an "Occupy" movement after the school was placed on the Archdiocese of New York's "at risk" list for 2012-13.

Chris Berlow, owner UMAC Briarcliff, has penned a new book titled It's Not About the Belt.

County officials, colleagues, family and friends gathered at Graham Hills Park in Mount Pleasant this week to remember and honor former Pleasantville firefighter and PHS graduate Lenny Joyner at a bridge he built as a scout.

The Pleasantville UFSD held a Q&A session for parents on Tuesday, where security measures were discussed. Check back with Patch soon for more.

The New York State Thruway Authority has announced the company that will build the new Tappan Zee Bridge.

The MTA is again , effective in March.

After the Newtown, CT, shooting, Westchester County officials have decided not to bring the annual Sportsmen Firearm and Knife Show back to the County Center in 2013.

Westchester Medical Center and the Sound Shore Health System have announced an upcoming merger.

Are you looking to take memorable photos with loved ones on Christmas? Here are some tips from a professional.

Patch photographer Stu Bayer has won a national award for a series of photos taken at the Pleasantville-based Westchester Table Tennis Center.

Pleasantville Police reported the village's dreidel was damaged again last weekend.

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