WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- A Westchester-based medical doctor who has been Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's personal physician released a statement disputing documents circulating on the Internet about the Chappaqua resident and former secretary of state's health.
- Yorktown police have arrested a 24-year-old man from Mahopac and a 19-year-old woman from Yorktown on drug-related charges, authorities said.
- 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 struggle with addiction.
- Mitch Sime recalls his 60 years as a volunteer member of the Armonk Fire Department where he fought some of the biggest blazes in the town's history.
- 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.
- Cedar Manor Nursing & Rehabilitation Center residents and staff recently celebrated the 2016 Olympics with an opening ceremony of their own in Ossining.
- Two Cortlandt Manor teenagers are facing criminal mischief charges after Putnam County Sheriff's deputies connected them to recent spray-painted graffiti on an Indian Brook Road bridge.
- A 46-year-old man died early last Sunday while waiting for a bus on Walker Road in Valhalla near a non-profit homeless shelter where he had been living.
- Modell's Sporting Goods is scheduled to open its new store in downtown Mount Kisco on Thursday, Aug. 25.
- Local celebrities will do their bit in Bedford to raise funds for the renovation of a beloved local theater.
- 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 season’s first batch of mosquitoes carrying West Nile Virus in Westchester has been confirmed by the county's department of health, it announced Friday afternoon.
- An online petition to reinstate Dave Fernandes as the head coach of the Horace Greeley High School varsity boys basketball team in Chappaqua has reached nearly 500 signatures.
- Two local men are facing charges after police said they found drugs on both following a one-car accident on the Taconic State Parkway in Mount Pleasant on Tuesday.
- Two Greenburgh police officers were injured and sent to the hospital following a confrontation and foot chase on Wednesday of a suspect wanted on drug charges.
- An Ossining man was charged with drunk driving after his vehicle smashed through the front of Chris's Deli in Thornwood early Sunday morning, Aug.14, making a mess of the restaurant, according to Mount Pleasant police.
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