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Week in Review: Pace Master Plan Moves Forward; Meet the Briarcliff BoE Candidates

Some highlights from the week of April 30 — May 6, 2012 on Patch.

Con Edison at the Pleasantville substation was caused by an electrical component.

Briarcliff Manor school board candidates and shared some of their background and visions for the schools this week.

Residents to Pace University's $100 million proposal that includes closing the Briarcliff Manor campus and major changes in Pleasantville.

Members of local police departments, including Mount Pleasant and Briarcliff Manor, for the Special Olympics.

Pleasantville High School's boys varsity lacrosse team last weekend.

The Pleasantville Rotary Club at Bedford Road School for Arbor Day, an annual tradition.

The Briarcliff Manor Education Foundation's more than $50,000 for learning opportunities in the public schools.

Patch readers as the best spot for Mother's Day brunch in this week's Readers' Choice poll.

The SPCA of Westchester's director of Humane Law Enforcement for allegedly dousing his aunt's cat in lighter fluid.

Briarcliff Manor's for this year's concert.

The Rosenthal JCC of Northern Westchester in Pleasantville of a new early childhood director.

The Harlem Wizards to a large crowd to raise funds for the Community Scholarship Fund of Pleasantville last week.

There will be to meet all three candidates for Pleasantville's school board.

Briarcliff High School student Ben Adler in Greenwich for Addiction.

Have at Briarcliff Manor's Terra Rustica?

Wheeler Avenue's Precieuse Papers , leaving an open storefront across from Pleasantville Village Hall.

In , DWI and grand larceny defendants agreed to have their cases moved up to county court.

A grand jury who were involed in the death of White Plains' Kenneth Chamberlain Sr.

in Hastings raised $20,000 to benefit Pleasantville's Hope's Door. 

In Carmel, in a house fire this week.

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