WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Hillary Clinton, who has lived in the Chappaqua hamlet of the town of New Castle since 1999, took time off to march in the local Memorial Day parade, which she has done for years.
- A business owner and two of his employees were briefly trapped inside a building last Sunday by a bear, according to a report in the North Castle police blotter.
- Daily Voice celebrated the fifth anniversary of its Westchester launch on Wednesday.
- Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump recently donated $1 million to support veterans in Tuckahoe.
- Two attacks by coyotes on a dogs, including an incident in town in which a dog was killed, have prompted New Castle Police to warn pet owners to be aware that pets may be viewed by coyotes as easy prey.
- Up to 10 Metro-North conductors and engineers were suspended from work last week amid an MTA Inspector General probe into safety test cheating.
- The third victim in the accident on I-84 in Orange County on Wednesday that killed three people and two dogs has been identified.
- Westchester County Police are still searching for Alex DeSouza, a 47-year-old Brooklyn resident, who went swimming in the Hudson River Tuesday morning at Croton Point Park and is believed to have drowned.
- A 22-year-old woman is facing drug possession charges after she was involved in a two-car crash on the Taconic State Parkway in Mount Pleasant on Tuesday.
- Yorktown police have charged a 36-year-old resident of Peekskill with leaving her dog confined in a motor vehicle.
- Six area residents are facing charges after the New York State Police conducted a joint agency DWI Sobriety Checkpoint with the Lewisboro Police Department on Route 35 in the Town of Lewisboro last Saturday.
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