WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Northern Westchester County last week.
- Mount Kisco Medical Group will change its name to CareMount Medical effective February 2016.
- Stephen D'Angelo and Jose Berra were the big winners in Tuesday's North Castle municipal elections.
- Two Westchester County men face assault charges following a police investigation into a bar fight in Cortlandt.
- Somers Supervisor Rick Morrissey, along with Councilmen Richard Clinchy and Thomas Garrity, handily won reelection to their seats.
- Democrats swept the Peekskill Council election on Tuesday.
- Briarcliff resident, Danielle Della Pella, launches mobile tanning service.
- The Pound Ridge Public Library presents "Music on a Sunday Afternoon," featuring the Hudson Valley Chamber Singers.
- Incumbent Don Scott and former Supervisor Lee Roberts have won the races for a pair of council seats on the Bedford Town Boards.
- The Pleasantville High School Boys' Varsity Cross Country team win second consecutive Westchester County Championship.
- Democrats won Ossining municipal elections on Tuesday.
- North Salem's Purdy's participates In Hudson Valley Restaurant Week.
- On Thursday, Yorktown Police announced that missing teen Jenna Sawicki was found safe and unharmed.
- New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein wins second term, defeating challenger Victoria Alzapiedi by 301 votes.
- Increase Miller Students In Lewisboro transformed trash into musical Instruments.
- On Tuesday, Republican incumbents Nicholas DiPaolo and Mark Rubeo Jr. were reelected to the Mount Pleasant Town Board, and Supervisor Carl Fulgenzi Jr. (R) ran unopposed to retain his post.
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