Anne FitzSimmons is First White Plains Female Police Chief; Yonkers Idol Tryouts

Here’s what’s happening Today in the 914, according to Westchester Woman:

1.) White Plains promoted its first woman to Chief of Police Monday. Anne FitzSimmons, who previously served as Assistant Chief, has been a member of the White Plains Police Department for 36 years.

 

According to the Examiner, she was one of the first females to be assigned to regular patrol duties and was the first woman to achieve the rank of Captain. Chief FitzSimmons has also worked on investigating and enforcing cases involving children, sex crimes and domestic violence. Read more about FitzSimmons in the Examiner.

 

 

2.) Are you the best singer in the city? You’ll have the chance to prove it at this year’s Yonkers Idol, the annual three round city-wide singing competition. Here’s how it works:

The 9th Annual Yonkers Idol Search auditions will take place on Saturday, Feb. 27. Here are the details:

Click on the link below to sign up:

 

3.) Today’s headlines:

 

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