WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- A 60-year-old Armonk resident was arraigned Monday on two felonies for allegedly stealing more than $280,000 from the City of Yonkers for bus services to the Nepperan Community Center that were never provided for almost two years.
- In a rare speech using teleprompters, Bedford estate owner Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee for president, celebrated his last round of primary victories Tuesday, vowing to bring jobs back home at a press conference at Trump National Golf Club in Briarcliff Manor
- The New York State Police Community Narcotics Enforcement Team and other Hudson Valley law enforcement agencies announced the arrests Wednesday of 15 people charged for their alleged role in a drug-trafficking operation.
- A subcontractor for the Sandy Restoration Project lacerated his torso after an accident with a saw at the Philipse Manor Train Station Thursday afternoon, according to Nancy Gamerman of the MTA.
- President Barack Obama has endorsed his former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in the 2016 presidential race in a three-minute video released early Thursday afternoon.
- Yonkers police detectives have released photos from surveillance cameras of the suspect in the robbery Wednesday at the Citizens Bank at 2371 Central Park Ave.
- Stew Latwin, a U.S. Navy pilot from Rye, got a chance to test his knowledge Monday when he appeared as a contestant on the ABC game show "Jeopardy!"
- The Westchester Bank, the county’s leading community bank and one of the nation’s fastest growing, had another record-breaking year in 2015.
- Rye High School senior Sam Rukeyser starts his own sunglass company.
- Tuckahoe’s newest celebrity took center stage at the latest Village Board of Trustees meeting, as local officials celebrated fifth-grader Caryn Cummings, who reached the finals of Food Network’s "Chopped Junior."
- Police are seeking clues related to a multiple stabbing of a man Tuesday night in Mount Vernon.
- Some Scarsdale elementary school students made new friends, including a popular local politician, through the district's annual “Mix-It-Up Buddy Lunches.”
- Following a near two-decade manhunt, a Jamaican fugitive has been sentenced to prison time for murdering a golfer at the Pelham Country Club in 1996.
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