NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a roundup of the top stories of the week in northern Westchester County.
- The Mount Pleasant Central School District was on high alert and police beefed up patrols after a Thornwood teenager issued potentially threatening verbal comments at Westlake High School and on social media, warning students not to go to class on Friday.
- A female employee at Stop & Shop at 670 North Broadway in North White Plains was stabbed inside the store on Friday at about 5:10 p.m., North Castle Police said.
- A proposal to use an Armonk residence for an adolescent mental-health treatment center is being met with a fiery backlash from neighbors.
- Wegmans, a popular Rochester-based family owned grocery store chain, announced plans Wednesday of opening its first location in the Hudson Valley, right near the junction of I-287 and I-684.
- A New Canaan woman is in trouble with the law after a police investigation into her one-car wreck in Pound Ridge revealed she had a blood-alcohol content nearly three times the legal limit.
- A GoFundMe page has been set up to pay for the funeral expenses of a man who has ties to Mount Kisco.
- In the wake of several “luring” incidents throughout Westchester County, police in Mount Kisco are investigating a sexual harassment complaint a woman driving on East Hyatt Avenue reported.
- Two Westchester residents were in a parked car in upstate New York on Sunday when found to be in possession of drugs, state police said.
- A trio of Mahopac teens found themselves on the wrong side of the law on Tuesday after they were caught attempting to shoplift hundreds of dollars worth of merchandise from the Jefferson Valley Mall in Yorktown Heights.
- In the wake of reported luring attempts that targeted girls in Mount Kisco and Rye, Westchester County officials said they do not believe the two incidents are related, and also offering advice to worried parents.
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