POUND RIDGE, N.Y. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Pound Ridge last week:
- Pound Ridge residents Kris Petreski and Liam McDonough won a gold medal rowing for Norwalk River Rowing at the 132nd Royal Canadian Henley Regatta in St. Catharines, Ontario.
- Information on Ridge 29, a proposal for 44 housing units on a site in Pound Ridge that makes up 29.1 acres, was provided at a Town Board meeting.
- Tennis pro Jeffrey Aarts' impact in life can be gauged by the turnout at his funeral at Pound Ridge Community Church.
- The Pound Ridge Town Board approved amending the special permit issued to the Inn at Pound Ridge by Jean-Georges, a major step for the eatery's parking expansion.
- Following the successful presentation of its seventh college-level seminar, The Pound Ridge Library is continuing a new educational concept: a series of DVD college-level seminars from The Teaching Company/Great Courses on a wide variety of subjects, presented by outstanding scholars from many of the major universities in the United States.
- The Saks family continues to hold out hope that Indy, their missing wallaby, will return home. Sightings of Indy, who went missing from his Titicus Road home on March 21, continue to be reported to Susan and Warren Saks, who care for Indy in North Salem.
- 1 Pound Ridge Harvest Festival Draws Thousands To Scotts Corners
- 2 Fox Lane's Magnan Becomes Earliest Commit In Syracuse Lacrosse History
- 3 Fired Fox Lane Teacher's Lawsuit Against District Is Dismissed
- 4 75 World War II Heroes Take Honor Flight From White Plains To Washington
- 5 Nor'easter To Impact Pound Ridge On Wednesday