WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Former Mount Vernon water commissioner Anthony Bove, a North Salem resident, pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to trying to take a bribe in exchange for a job promotion then lying about it to investigators, federal law enforcement officials said.
- A brother and sister who live in New York City were among the 31 people killed in the terror attacks in Brussels on Tuesday, according to multiple reports.
- State Police are advising the public of a phone scam that has occurred at least three times in the area.
- Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and other elected leaders welcomed Thursday's federal indictment of seven Iranian computer workers accused of hacking into the networks of financial institutions but failing to access controls to a small dam in Rye Brook.
- Reader’s Digest editors will be moving back to Westchester, according to a report on lohud.com.
- A man who allegedly attempted to meet an undercover agent acting as an 11-year-old boy at a Peekskill hotel was sentenced to more than 24 years in prison for attempting to lure a child into having sex, announced Preet Bharara, the U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, Thursday.
- Robert Santoli, a Yorktown resident, was recently a contestant on the popular TV game show "Wheel of Fortune."
- Briarcliff High School students Simone Konrad and Shray Khanna have been named finalists in the 2016 Columbia Research Scholars Journal publication.
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced new guidelines on Wednesday that will help law enforcement agencies handle human trafficking cases.
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