WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Westchester County.
- Three Northern Westchester restaurants -- Michael’s Tavern (Pleasantville), Oliver's (Katonah) and McArthur's American Grille (Pleasantville) -- closed Friday.
- A moose was spotted wandering through a Millwood man's yard early Thursday morning.
- A 61-year-old contractor working at the Westchester County Airport was electrocuted and died Thursday afternoon.
- John Orozco, who trained at World Cup Gymnastics in Chappaqua for 10 years and who just made the U.S. men's Olympic team, will now be taking his training to the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, Colo.
- A popular Somers school guidance counselor whose position was kept despite budget cuts a half-year ago because of community pressure is leaving the district and will be receiving $80,000.
- Patricia Lee-Rubino, a Danbury, Conn., resident and former North Salem court clerk, died Tuesday, June 21, after a long battle with cancer.
- A child was hit by a car in Ossining Thursday afternoon on South Highland Avenue near Washington Avenue and Fuller Road.
- The Lewisboro Ledger weekly newspaper ended print distribution on Wednesday, ending a 39-year run of delivering local news to the community.
- A Yorktown teenager has been charged with sending threatening text messages to a student at Yorktown High School, police said.
- Four elderly men, including an Ossining resident, have been arrested on charges of engaging in sexual activity in a public place, the Danbury Police Department said Friday.
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