Week in Review: Chili Heats up Briarcliff; DJ Henry Cases Conference Scheduled

Some highlights from the week of June 4 — 10, 2012 on Patch.

Locals the community ambiance at the First Thursday Night Lights Chili Cook Off in Briarcliff Manor on Thursday.

The several lawsuits surrounding the 2010 death of Pace University student Danroy "DJ" Henry in federal court next month.

Patch readers in Briarcliff Manor that offer Father's Day gifts this week, as the favorite.

Ten Pleasantville Girl Scouts last week in the annual Court of Awards ceremony.

Two Pleasantville residents ended their high school careers at The Harvey School this week.

North State Road near the Briarcliff Manor/Town of Ossining/Town of New Castle border in the direction of the business district.

Girl Scouts from around the Hudson Valley on Saturday.

Congregation Sons of Israel in Briarcliff Manor , feting 10 local adults who completed their studies leading up to the traditional ceremony.

Pleasantville Golfer Scott Sessions and his Section 1 teammates .

Briarcliff Manor resident Cameron Young .

New York State Senator Greg Ball to mingle with locals and answer questions on Thursday.

The Color Camera Club of Westchester to hand out its annual "Best of the Year" awards.

The Briarcliff High School Class of 2012 of colleges and universities.

Do you know a local band? Westchester County's Rye Playland is looking for young groups to perform in this summer.

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