PELHAM, N.Y. -- Pelham had an eventful 2012, including some bigger news events such as Hurricane Sandy hitting and an armed man robbing commuters at the train station.
Here are links to The Pelham Daily Voice's countdown of the Top 10 stories of 2012.
Dec 26: Westchester County Budget Controversy and Pelham-Mount Vernon Bridge closed twice
Dec. 27: Increased Bridge Strikes On Westchester Parkways and Hurricane Sandy slams into Pelham
Dec. 28: AirTran Departs County Airport, Geese Strike JetBlue and Pelham family escapes blaze
Dec. 29: The Capitol Theatre Reopens In Port Chester and New Thai restaurant opens in Pelham
Dec. 30: Man Charged In Robberies Near Trains and Westchester Budget Controvery
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- 1 Pelham's Picture House Celebrates Its Spring Fundraiser
- 2 Metro-North Trains Returns To Schedule As Grand Central Reopens
- 3 Dozens Sickened In Nine States After Salmonella Outbreak
- 4 Picture House Hosts Screening And Discussion On Campus Sexual Assault
- 5 Police Asking Public's Help In Search For Missing Teen With Medical Needs