SOUTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around southern Westchester County.
- Westchester legislators celebrated a victory in the courts over the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
- Faulty wiring caused a fire that displaced 15 people and injured three Yonkers firefighters.
- In an effort to attract some of the top teaching prospects in the tristate area, Long Island University Hudson at Westchester is teaming with the Bronxville school district to expand their teacher residency program.
- An Eastchester tax preparer was indicted on tax fraud and grand larceny charges.
- Elmsford-based Captain Lawrence Brewing Co. will have an expanded role in this year's Pleasantville Music Festival.
- A West Harrison home caught fire after residents tried to thaw frozen pipes.
- A frozen sprinkler system flooded a Mamaroneck restaurant and neighboring bar.
- A stamp honoring the heritage of Robert Robinson Taylor Black was introduced in Mount Vernon last week.
- A New Rochelle restaurant owner was convicted Tuesday of underpaying employees at his Manhattan steakhouse.
- The Pelham Manor chief of police resigned following a scandal involving emails containing racist jokes.
- The body of a partially clothed man was found behind a Port Chester school.
- An Ardsley author visited Irvington's Main Street School.
- A Rye woman claims Sheldon Silver paid her to keep quiet about sexual abuse allegations.
- Several Scarsdale business owners have gone without gas, heat and hot water for over a week.
- Frigid temperatures have slowed construction on the new Tappan Zee Bridge.
- A White Plains fashion expert offered Oscar-night red carpet predictions.
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