WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- A former Mount Vernon track coach has been sentenced to a century in prison after being found guilty of raping, over the span of three years, a teenager who was under his care over the span of three years.
- A Westchester-based medical doctor who has been Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's personal physician has released a statement disputing documents circulating on the Internet about the Chappaqua resident and former secretary of state's health.
- The City of White Plains has appealed a lawsuit filed by the French-American School of New York that challenges the city's denial of a proposed school at the former Ridgeway Country Club.
- Samuel Alexander Bolen, 23, formerly of Chappaqua, and most recently of South Salem and White Plains, died on April 29 in San Clemente, Calif, after a struggle with addiction.
- Three communities in Rockland County -- and several more in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties -- made it into one home security business’ list of the top 25 safest places to live.
- A 46-year-old man died early Sunday while waiting for a bus on Walker Road near a non-profit homeless shelter where he had been living.
- Yonkers native and Clarkstown North High School graduate Adam Rodriguez will make his debut as a series regular on the CBS-TV show, "Criminal Minds," playing the role of special agent.
- The downtown Harrison Fire District is under investigation by the Westchester County District Attorney's office after a complaint about possible misspending from a volunteer fundraising account, officials from the Town of Harrison and D.A.'s office confirmed on Wednesday.
- A Bronx man has been arraigned on attempted murder and kidnapping charges after allegedly abducting his victim, firing his gun at her in the car, fleeing in Yonkers and leading police on a nine-hour manhunt that ended in Hastings-on-Hudson.
- Scarsdale police apprehended a burglary suspect attempting to rob the Trinity Lutheran Church Tuesday afternoon.
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