WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- The following is a round-up of the top stories of the week for Westchester County.
- Matthew Gunther, 34, a personal banker from Westchester County is heading to prison after he was found guilty of stealing more than $100,000 from an elderly client.
- Several families were left homeless on Tuesday by a fire that gutted the top floor and roof of an apartment building along Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains.
- Money is being raised to help the family of a former White Plains star basketball player who was gunned down in Vermont earlier this month.
- Residents of the Port Chester-Rye Union Free School District will be asked to approve a school renovation bond issue on March 28. The cost of the project involving five of the district's six schools is near $80 million.
- White Plains firefighters were mourning the loss of their former chief, William J. McMahon, who died Monday at the age of 93.
- Port Chester Democrats are backing a village trustee for mayor in the upcoming village elections.
- Megyn Kelly’s move to NBC apparently means a programming change and the departure of another network journalist, according to pagesix.com.
- Two of Iona Prep’s top scholar-athletes signed National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, sealing the next step to their academic and athletic careers.
- Mount Pleasant mom Dana Gentile, like any parent struggling with the devastating news that their child is seriously ill, knows that modern medicine can only do so much.
- Rye's Police Commissioner Michael Corcoran was recently appointed as the city's first Commissioner of Public Safety by the Rye City Council.
- A Greenburgh man was busted attempting to sell drugs to a pair of Irvington teenagers earlier this week, police said.
- The village of Tarrytown is set to move forward with a new village administrator after Michael Blau, the man who most recently held the position, announced his retirement.
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