SOMERS, N.Y. - Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Somers this week:
- Somers High School is putting on a show in April to benefit Katonah's Rehabilitation Through the Arts program called Showtime In Somers.
- Property taxes would go up $167 for Somers homeowners with an average assessed value of $70,000 under the 2014-15 proposed budget for the Somers Central School District.
- Ossining's Bridges to Community has selected John Hannan of Somers as its new executive director.
- Recent sighting have given the Saks family of North Salem further hope that their missing wallaby, Indy, will be found and brought home.
- Route 6 in Cortlandt has reopened in both directions Wednesday afternoon after being closure for more than an hour.
- Westchester County Democrats have voiced their support to raise the legal age to purchase cigarettes and other tobacco products to 19.
- 1 Once In A Million Space Event Will Be Over Somers Skies Sunday
- 2 Downed Tree, Wires Cause Closure Of Route 118
- 3 Ridgefield High School Officials Investigate Reports Of Hazing, Bullying
- 4 Alert Issued For Missing Woman, 80, Who Could Be In Westchester
- 5 Bedford Hills Nurse Earned More Than $630K In Overtime