NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following offers a look at the top stories of the week in Northern Westchester.
- The Chappaqua school board temporarily stopped its meeting on Tuesday night after a local critic repeatedly interrupted a board member's remarks.
- Indy, the North Salem wallaby that's been missing for more than two years, has been spotted back in town.
- So you just saw "The Girl on the Train" and now you want to do your own voyeurism from the train? You're in luck, since the movie is set and was filmed in Westchester.
- Jack Bakmezian, a 24-year-old Cortlandt Manor resident, was killed when he was ejected from the motorcycle after he struck the SUV on Route 202 at Garden Lane.
- Justin Williams, of Pawling, was charged with stealing $20,000 from a Yorktown home stemming from a burglary that occurred in July, according to Yorktown Police.
- A state Supreme Court judge ruled that a student sex-abuse accuser can serve the requisite paperwork needed to formally sue the Chappaqua Central School District.
- Daisy the arson dog stole the show during a recent open house at the South Salem Fire Department to enjoy firefighting demonstrations, get free blood pressure screenings, nosh on goodies and play in a bouncy house..
- Two champions were crowned in a countywide book-trivia contest held in Ossining.
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