SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around southern Westchester County.
- A former White Plains police officer left a five-page suicide note at his Harrison home after killing himself and two teenage daughters.
- New York State Police are warning Westchester County residents of a new phone scam, according to officials.
- A Yonkers woman faces charges of illegally collecting unemployment benefits, according to officials.
- A Tuckahoe man is was charged with DWI in Putnam County.
- A wrong-way driver caused a fatal crash Friday morning on the Sprain Brook Parkway in Greenburgh.
- In Eastchester, Darrell Stinchcomb was named principal for Greenvale School.
- Mamaroneck Mayor Norman Rosenblum proposed a regional task force to devise ways to collectively control the rising deer population.
- A fire displaced 11 people Thursday in Mount Vernon.
- New Rochelle City Council approved an overhaul of Feeney and Lincoln parks.
- A Valhalla man avoided serious injury after an ice missile from an 18-wheeler shattered his windshield while driving on the Tappan Zee Bridge.
- Port Chester High School celebrated Black History Month with the 10th annual Phillis Wheatley Poetry Slam.
- Janet Hasson resigned Thursday as publisher of The Journal-News.
- White Plains resident Lawrence Schwartz is still on the state payroll even though he was expected to leave his post in January. He is under investigation for political corruption.
- Rye author Annabel Monaghan will give a book talk and signing in “A Celebration of Girl Power” on March 4 at The Voracious Reader bookstore in Larchmont.
- Bikram Choudhury of Bikram Yoga empire, which has locations in Yorktown and Scarsdale, is facing several civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault or rape.
- Hillary Clinton of Chappaqua received $300,000 for her first public appearance since December when she delivered a speech at a women's conference in Silicon Valley on Wednesday.
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