WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- The White Plains Performing Arts Center announced Thursday an inspection of its facilities found no signs of pests after an adjoining movie complex was cited for bugs and rodents. Earlier in the week, the operators of the Cinema de Lux theater at City Center told White Plains officials they are taking additional steps to get rid of bugs, vermin and other critters.
- Frederick Nelson, the career criminal who recently was arrested in Bronxville for stealing $2,000 from St. Joseph’s Church during the holidays, faces additional charges for his role in a theft at the high school.
- Popular New York City-based restaurant Shake Shack will open its first Westchester location at the Cross County Shopping Center in Yonkers in late 2016.
- Tickets that matched the winning Powerball numbers in Wednesday night's record $1.5 billion jackpot were sold in three states, and several $1 million tickets were sold in New York, including the Hudson Valley.
- Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, reacting to Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State address Wednesday, mocked the governor’s call to end corruption, comparing it to “O.J. (Simpson) saying he's going to find the real killer.”
- James Gaddy, a prominent New Rochelle educator for several decades, was found dead in his North Carolina home, along with his wife in a reported murder-suicide.
- Eastchester High School baseball coach Dom Cecere was named a 2015 Coach of the Year by the the National Federation of State High School Associations Coaches Association.
- Scarsdale native Aaron Sorkin won the Golden Globe for Best Screenplay for the movie "Steve Jobs."
- Grammy Award-nominated musician Seth Glier will perform Jan. 23 at a fundraiser for Port Chester High School's Drama Club Association.
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