Week in Review: Historic Home for Sale; Briarcliff Fields Plan Approved

Some highlights for Pleasantville-Briarcliff Manor from the week of Nov. 19 — 25, 2012 on Patch.

New York State's Department of Environmental Conservation and Department of Health have approved the Briarcliff Manor school district's plan for remediation efforts at its high school fields.

The Briarcliff Manor Fire Department is hosting a supply and clothing drive for area victims of Hurricane Sandy.

New York State Sen. David Carlucci is proposing some gas stations be required to have back-up generators on-hand for future storms like Sandy.

A residence part of the historic Beechwood mansion in Scarborough recently went on the market for nearly $2 million.

A young singer made her public debut in Pleasantville recently.

A U.S. sergeant recently stopped by the Girl Scouts Heart of the Hudson headquarters in Pleasantville to thank local scouts for Operation Cookie Drop.

A Putnam Valley man was stopped from jumping from the Tappan Zee Bridge by New York State police officers this week.

Pace University's men's swimming team recently set school records at a tri-meet in New Jersey.

Pleasantville's annual Toys for Tots campaign launched this week.

Ossining and Hawthorne residents were recently arrested by New York State Police for allegedly driving while in possession of drugs.

A Pleasantville man was sentenced to six months in county jail after he was re-arrested on a 2006 DWI charge.

Pleasantville business owner Phoenix Kelly-Rappa shared a festive cocktail idea for the holiday season.

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