PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here' s a look at the week's top stories for Putnam County.
- Two fugitives wanted for bank robbery in Connecticut were captured in the town of Southeast after they were found sleeping in a stolen car parked near a reservoir on Tuesday.
- As family and friends of Robby Schartner grieve his death on Oct. 9 after the Manhattanville College lacrosse player was struck and killed by a car, the Detective Division of the White Plains Police Department is working to piece together the hours before the accident.
- Cameron's 24/7 Delis in Brewster and Cross River have a finger on the pulse of customers, and one of the big keys to their success has been offering its Cluck'en line of sandwiches.
- Two local teens have been charged with making a terrorist threat against the BOCES Fox Meadow School after they were overheard making violent threats to the school on Oct. 14.
- The Westchester Fair Campaign Practices Committee says the state Senate campaign of Democratic candidate Ali Boak, a Pound Ridge resident, acted unfairly in some of its mailings and statements in her race to unseat Republican Terrence Murphy, a Yorktown resident.
- While the little ones are getting ready to hit the streets dressed in their spooky garb, law enforcement officials are working behind the scenes to make sure children are safe from sexual offenders.
- For the last eight years, Brittany and Rolando Gregorio's world was turned upside down. Now the family that had been struggling for so long with health issues, which led to financial problems, has a 'glowing' future, sparked by the health of their son, and the potential of their new venture - Glow Jars By Britt.
- Media giant Gannett Co. Inc. announced Tuesday that it had laid off about 2 percent of its total workforce, including five newsroom positions at The Journal News/lohud.com.
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