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
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.