Let’s face it—everyone likes being a know-it-all. Arm yourself with knowledge and find out what’s happening this week in White Plains.
Former White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley spoke told The Journal News that the White Plains Board of Ethics was investigating him for charges of alleged solicitation and taking gifts from his landlord. Bradley said he was going to make the charges public, but waited when The Journal News sued the City in March 2011. Click here to read the full story.
Grace’s Table, an upscale American restaurant located at 324 Central Ave., held its grand opening Thursday. Check out their Facebook page here, or call them at (914) 428-2455.
The Daily White Plains reports that a felony hearing will be held on Monday for second degree murder charges in the who was found shot to death in her at 312 Main Str. apartment on March 24.
on March 26 and is believed to be the father or Durrah’s 4-month-old child, who was dehydrated when police found her lying next to her mother’s body. Click here to read the story in The Daily White Plains
The Westchester District Attorney’s Office said it will not file criminal charges against White Plains Assistant Police Chief Anne FitzSimmons for allegedly hitting a fellow police officer with a chair, according to The Journal News. Officer Michael Hannon is suing FitzSimmons and the City citing that she allegedly flung a chair at him causing him back injuries. Read the full story here.
The shooting death of White Plains resident 68-year-old Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. by White Plains police has made national headlines. Be sure to stay updated with the latest information by following our coverage of the shooting here: http://whiteplains.patch.com/topics/Kenneth+Chamberlain+Sr.