BRONXVILLE, N.Y. – The Bronxville Daily Voice has been counting down to the new year by listing, in no particular order, the top stories from 2012. Here is the list:
- Several incidents of underage drinking in Bronxville resulted in police increasing its patrols, to the tune of $4,000 in overtime.
When Hurricane Sandy hit Bronxville in October, it uprooted trees, knocked down electrical lines and left roughly 1,500 residents without power.
- A gas shortage left Bronxville's Palmer Avenue congested with vehicles forced to wait in traffic for more than an hour.
Bronxville teen James Sinclair Welch, 19, was arrested and charged with negligent vehicular homicide while on vacation in Montana in August.
Late last year, Laura Eckley, then-director of the Bronxville Library, sued the village after the Village Board rescinded a salary raise she had been given several months before.
This past year brought several celebrities to Bronxville , including Tina Fey to film her upcoming movie, "Admission," and Kevin Bacon, to film the new FOX network drama, "The Following."
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