NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. - Here are some of the top stories this week in New Rochelle.
- New Rochelle is serving as the backdrop for a film that is about a lot more than ticket sales. "Little Miss Perfect" is a feature-length drama by Face Your Beast, which follows a 14-year-old girl named Belle who joins an online group that promotes eating disorders and begins secretly starving herself.
- Though Amy Lyndon's career has taken her to Hollywood and beyond, New Rochelle always will have a special place in her heart. Lyndon, who grew up on Seacord Road, has had a whirlwind career as an actor, manager, writer and booking coach.
- Noam Bramson, the Democratic candidate for county executive, used a visit to the Mount Kisco Child Care Center to criticize County Executive Robert Astorino for increasing parental contributions to child care.