WESCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Bronx resident Nathan Irizarry pleaded not guilty after being arraigned Wednesday in the alleged auto assault of two Mount Pleasant police officers.
- A federal housing monitor recommends that the U.S. Justice Department sue seven communities in Westchester, county officials said on Monday.
- Five people were injured when a car drove into the CVS at the Triangle Shopping Center in Yorktown Tuesday night.
- Steven Siciliano has been selected as John Jay High School's new principal.
- President Barack Obama's eldest daughter, Malia, will attend Harvard University starting in 2017 after taking a gap year following her graduation this spring from Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C.
- A 21-year-old college student from Orange County was to appear in U.S. District Court in White Plains after his arrest Thursday on charges of sexually exploiting children.
- Commissioners of the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission have ordered commission staff to conduct a reanalysis of the impacts caused by severe accidents at the Indian Point nuclear power facility and potential upgrades needed to protect the public against such accidents.
- The occupants of a house in Goldens Bridge Wednesday night are safe after evacuating during a fire, according to First Assistant Fire Chief James McManus.
- Local chef Laurie Gershgorn is opening an organic farm-to-table eatery in downtown Ossining.
- The nonprofit group Neighbors Link Northern Westchester recently recognized Mount Kisco resident, Maria Isobel Lopez, with its Mary Weiss Volunteer Spirit Award.
- North Salem High School and Middle School were given the all-clear after being evacuated Monday morning following an anonymous bomb threat.
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