WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- A Westchester woman died after jumping off the Bear Mountain Bridge Tuesday afternoon in what Westchester County Police are calling a suicide.
- A man arrested in Stony Point for possession of prescription pills and steroids earlier this week is an aide to U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and has since been placed on leave.
- Westchester native and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has recently purchased four homes for $43.8 million to ensure privacy.
- Two old rivals mixed it up on the steamy turf Thursday afternoon at White Plains High School, as the John Jay High lacrosse team took on perennial champion Yorktown in the Section 1 Class B boys championship game.
- Yorktown police recently arrested a Somers resident for leaving the scene of an accident and other charges following an accident in the parking lot of the Commerce Building.
- The high lead levels discovered in the Pound Ridge Library's tap water are believed to have originated from the plumbing system instead of the ground water, according to an update from Interim Library Director Mitch Freedman.
- Real estate mogul and reality TV star Donald Trump, who owns an estate and properties throughout the Hudson Valley, has hit the so-called "magic number" of delegates required for the Republican presidential nomination.
- Jewish deli G.O. Kosher is making a comeback in Mount Kisco.
- Con Edison is warning customers not to fall for scams in which a caller threatens a service turnoff unless the customer purchases a pre-paid card or arranges for a transfer via MoneyGram to pay a bill.
- Sandra “Sandy” Strohm has been named the new manager for the Better Homes and Gardens Rand Realty office in Briarcliff Manor.
- As many as 20 people were reportedly arrested last Saturday during the latest protest against the construction of the Algonquin pipeline.
- The Pleasantville and Bronxville High School boys lacrosse teams added a new chapter to their rivalry Thursday when the two met up again in the Section 1 Class C championship game at White Plains High School.
- Four Chappaqua High School seniors have received scholarships from the National Merit Scholarship Program.
- A wanted 29-year-old New Jersey man was apprehended during a traffic stop in Cortlandt on Tuesday, state police said.
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