R5 Winners & Losers


•   Pamela Moller Kareman. The artistic director of The Schoolhouse Theater in Croton Falls has brought the play Brownsville Bred to Off-Broadway, after opening The Schoolhouse’s season with it last year.

•    Yonkers basketball fans. The city’s popular nighttime summer basketball program returns this year, with improved security measures after the program was jeopardized at the end of last year’s season by multiple incidents of gang-related violence.

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•    Workers on the I-287 project. Despite the cost overruns and delays, the Federal Highway Administration praised the state’s DOT for a “high-quality” project and a job well done.


•    Trent Bronner. The Sleepy Hollow volunteer firefighter has been indicted by Westchester DA Janet DiFiore on several additional charges, after admitting to starting a second fire in the village. Bronner was arrested and charged with arson after allegedly setting a fire in the village that burned down two homes in April.

•    Eric Hoffstead. The 40-year-old Greenburgh resident was arrested a mere three minutes after he robbed the TD Bank on Central Avenue.

•    Richard Fevang. The former fleet manager of New Rochelle’s Department of Public Works was indicted by the DA’s office on 66 fraud-related charges. Fevang is accused of manipulating contract bidding for city projects by falsifying related documents.

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