NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories for the week in Northern Westchester County.
- The Armonk man who owns a bus company in Yonkers has pleaded guilty to stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the city, acting Westchester County District Attorney James A. McCarty announced Thursday.
- The Westchester Fair Campaign Practices Committee says the state senate campaign of Democratic candidate Ali Boak, a Pound Ridge resident, acted unfairly in some of its mailings and statements in her race to unseat Republican Terrence Murphy, a Yorktown resident.
- ShopRite has signed on to be one of the tenants at a 130,000-square-foot shopping center planned in the Cortlandt enclave of Mohegan Lake, its developers announced Monday.
- Plans for a new Lowe’s have advanced in Yorktown after the town determined that there were “no significant adverse environmental impacts” associated with the project.
- Henry V. "Hank" Kensing, a stalwart figure in Mount Kisco whose public life including serving as village mayor and as village justice, died on Monday. He was 83.
- A jazz drummer at Fox Lane High School will perform nationally in November. Senior Marcello Carello will travel to the Nov. 10-13 National Association for Music Education National Conference in Grapevine, Texas.
- Media giant Gannett Company Inc., announced Tuesday that it had laid off about 2 percent of its total workforce, including five newsroom positions at The Journal News/lohud.com.
- Cameron's 24/7 Delis in Brewster and Cross River have a finger on the pulse of customers, and one of the big keys to their success has been offering its Cluck'en line of sandwiches. Any time.
- Comedian and actor Kevin Meaney, a Valhalla native, has died at the age of 60, according to multiple news reports.
- For all of the millionaires out there, a special piece of property in Scarsdale is coming on the market for the first time in 30 years.
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