NORTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around Northern Westchester County.
- The New York State Police Department is warning Westchester County residents of a new phone scam, according to officials.
- A former White Plains police officer left a suicide note at his Harrison home after killing himself and two teenage daughters.
- The owner of 1 Pepsi Way in Somers plans to sell after PepsiCo completes its move early in 2016.
- Jacob Burns Center in Pleasantville welcomed NASA astronaut Ron Garan in a visit on Thursday.
- Peekskill's girls basketball team defeated Rye, 60-56, on Thursday to earn its third straight trip to the Section 1 Class AA final.
- The former branch manager of a bank in Ossining, Maria Rodriguez, 46, of Mount Kisco, pleaded guilty to stealing $1.4 million from customers.
- The Armonk Junior Bobcats 8th grade basketball team finished the regular season 14-0.
- February will rank as the coldest ever for the Northern Westchester region.
- Briarcliff curler Andrew Stopera finished second with his team at the U.S. Junior Curling National Championships.
- Chappaqua resident Hillary Clinton received received $300,000 for her first public appearance since December when she made a speech Wednesday in California.
- A wrong-way driver caused a fatal crash on the Sprain Brook Parkway on Friday morning in Greenburgh.
- A 38-year-old Cortlandt Manor man was killed in a hit-and-run accident Monday in New York City.
- Janet Hasson resigned Thursday as publisher of The Journal-News.
- Bikram Choudhury, head of the Bikram Yoga empire, which has locations in Yorktown and Scarsdale, is facing several civil lawsuits alleging sexual assault or rape.
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