WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories of the week in and around southern Westchester County.
- Family and friends mourned the death of Robby Schartner — a Manhattanville College lacrosse player who was struck and killed by an allegedly drunk driver — Wednesday morning at a funeral Mass at the Church of the Resurrection in Rye.
- A Tarrytown resident was charged Tuesday with dealing narcotics that resulted in the death of a White Plains man in November 2015, according to Preet Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
- Tommy Mikal Ford, a Yonkers native, died Wednesday. He was 52. An actor, he was born June 15, 1962 and was best known for the Fox comedy “Martin” and UPN sitcom “The Parkers.”
- A 24-year-old Armonk resident pleaded guilty to three felony counts after while he was drivin g the wrong way on Interstate 684 that resulted in the death of a woman.
- In their continued efforts to improve cohesion within the community, the Mount Vernon Police Department soon will sport some new gear to help build trust with the constituents they protect.
- A Mount Vernon mother has been arraigned on murder charges following the “suspicious” death of her 15-month-old daughter earlier this year, officials said.
- Fifteen people, allegedly using the music business "Outta They League" as a front for a drug distribution operation in southern and central New York, were charged Thursday in White Plains federal court for drug trafficking, according to Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
- A local horror story about Buckout Road in West Harrison may be coming to the big screen, according to Hudson Valley magazine.