SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories around Southern Westchester from last week.
- Good Counsel Academy in White Plains announced it will close .
- Radio Shack announced it will close several locations, including one in Yonkers .
- Tarrytown-based OnTrack Sport Center is looking to build a new field house in Greenburgh .
- Scarsdale police charged a man and woman with possession of illegal prescriptions .
- A man was found dead on the train tracks near the Rye Metro-North station .
- Dobbs Ferry-based St. Christopher's held a fundraising dinner in White Plains to support #ClimbForOurKids .
- Port Chester received more than $460,000 in federal grants for housing projects.
- The racist jokes forwarded by Pelham Manor Police Chief Alfred Mosiello contained several stereotypes of black Americans.
- A New Rochelle student was recognized for her work with military families .
- A Mount Vernon teen was charged with rape and kidnapping .
- Mamaroneck firefighters responded to a townhouse-complex blaze .
- Business is booming for a Harrison florist as Valentine's Day approaches .
- An unknown man allegedly tried to lure a teenage girl into his pickup truck while driving in Elmsford .
- The Eastchester High School cheerleading squad made history over the weekend when it became the first team in school history to advance to the national finals at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.
- Bronxville eateries are offering up sweet deals for Valentine's Day .
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