WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a round-up of the top stories of the week for Westchester County.
- The man accused of leading police on a high-speed morning chase that ended with bullets flying in the Bronx on Wednesday morning is facing a pair of felony charges.
- The quick-moving Nor'easter that blew through the area Thursday dumped more than a foot of snow in some areas. How much did your area receive?
- A man suspected of robbing the Patriot National Bank in Greenwich at gunpoint last month has been arrested in Florida.
- Danone North America agreed on Monday to move its national corporate headquarters from 100 Hillside Drive in Greenburgh to 100 Bloomingdale Road in White Plains.
- A Port Chester man in his 80s was struck and killed while crossing the street in Greenwich Monday night, according to police.
- It's not a coincidence that Love Hospitality, the company behind Ladle of Love and Cafe of Love in Mount Kisco, is launching a new sibling on Valentine's Day.
- Lawrence P. Moody, 49, a lifelong New Rochelle resident and celebrity cameraman, died Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Los Angeles of a heart ailment.
- Since the departure of Superintendent Frank Alvarez at the end of last school year, the Rye City School District has been conducting a search for a new superintendent to take the helm.
- Rye fencers Sara and Francesca Brizio, ages 16 and 13, respectively, have qualified for the Junior Olympics and will compete in Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 17 - 20.
- A Port Chester man is facing felony drug charges after being stopped for traffic violations while driving on I-287 over the weekend.
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