Week in Review: School Budgets, Board Seats Up to Voters

Some highlights from the week of April 16 — 22, 2012 on Patch.

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The Pleasantville school board on Tuesday, which includes funds to repair the high school's tennis courts and .

Marble Avenue's newest business, serving up frozen treats and candy to locals.

Briarcliff Manor Youth Soccer Club, a non-profit organization, under one umbrella.

Pleasantville's village board of the 2012-13 budget, including whether or not to override the state's tax cap.

Maria Fareri Children's Hospital at Westchester Medical Center at a special red carpet ceremony this week after he was named a Children's Miracle Network Hospitals Champion for 2012.

The Briarcliff Manor Fire Department before hosting an open house this week.

New York Senator Greg Ball (R-C, Patterson) since the state's new districts were implemented to discuss business with the Business Council of Westchester.

High School students from around Westchester at Jacob Burns Film Center by viewing a screening of Irena Sendler: In the Name of Their Mothers and listening to a talk by Holocaust survivor Ruth Bachner.

Briarcliff Manor Deputy Mayor David Venditti Westchester's "most socially conscious lawyer."

Patch readers as the preferred restaurant to be treated to in .

Three candidates to run for school board in Pleasantville.

The Pleasantville Fire Department this week with a pancake breakfast and demonstrations to recruit volunteers.

In Briarcliff Manor, on the May ballot for school board.

A man believed to be homeless Briarcliff Manor with burglarizing the Clear View School.

Pace University on Friday evening, raising awareness and money for cancer research.

Mount Pleasant police report by a raccoon in the Valhalla commuter lot on Tuesday.

Briarcliff Manor's village hall parking lot as part of the village's ongoing project to revamp Pleasantville Road.

Briarcliff Manor Girl Scout Madeline Zimmerman to prison walls for her Gold Award.

Mount Pleasant Police Chief Louis Alagno is among the Hudson Valley officials in the area.

Westchester County with educational opportunities and festivities at Kensico Dam Plaza in Valhalla.

Supporters of Maria Fareri Children's Hospital in Valhalla, including Patch, today.

The Volunteer Center of the United Way , who received the spirit award for social advocacy this week.

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