WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Connecticut State Police seized 59 firearms from the home of a former Croton Falls pizzeria owner accused of manufacturing and selling illegal assault rifles and handguns.
- Mount Pleasant police have released the names of two people killed in the multi-vehicle accident involving a motorcycle on Route 9A in Hawthorne Wednesday.
- Two Somers High School students have been charged in connection with vandalism that involved a fleet of school buses earlier this year at Somers High School, state police said Wednesday.
- The identities of the elderly woman killed and the man injured in the fatal accident on I-84 in Fishkill last Saturday have been released
- An eight-year Connecticut police veteran is fighting for his life following a motorcycle crash on the Taconic State Parkway in Putnam Valley during a training drill on Wednesday.
- Dave Marr, the head coach of the Yorktown High School varsity boys lacrosse team, has been suspended by the school for the 2017 season after being ejected from the Huskers' 9-6 state-title game loss on June 11 to Jamesville-DeWitt.
- Mount Kisco Bagel received the DVLicious award for Best Bagels in Westchester County on Monday.
- Chappaqua residents Hillary and Bill Clinton celebrated the birth of their second grandchild.
- Yorktown police have charged a 16-year-old resident of Cortlandt Manor with possession of LSD after an incident at a local school, according to authorities.
- Voters in the Bedford Central School District overwhelmingly approved a revised 2016-17 budget on Tuesday.
- An electrical problem started a fire that ripped through a multifamily home on Kiscona Road in Mount Kisco, leaving seven people without homes.
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