WESTCHESTER COUNTY -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman will reportedly conduct an investigation of the Tuesday fatal shooting of an unarmed suspect by a New York City police officer on the Saw Mill River Parkway in Yonkers following a police chase.
- The disappearance of Dobbs Ferry teen Martin Crumblish remains a mystery more than three decades later.
- Tarrytown resident Berinzon Moronta, 17, was charged with murder for his role in an October Sleepy Hollow stabbing .
- Six Westchester County schools were named among the best high schools in the state, with Rye High School ranking No. 4, according to education website Niche.
- Pelham resident Joseph Solimine Jr. and two other Fairfield University grads, are among those slated to be recognized at the Connecticut school’s annual awards dinner in March.
- Senate Democratic Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins inducted 96-year-old John “Jack” Harrington of White Plains into the New York State Senate Veterans’ Hall of Fame during a brief ceremony at the White Plains Common Council meeting.
- Scarsdale police interrupted a home burglary in progress last weekend, prompting a multimunicipality search for the suspect.
- Eastchester Fire District Chair Dennis Winter easily won re-election Tuesday, earning more than double the vote tally of challenger Cara Piliero.
- Two Westchester Joint Water Works employees in Mamaroneck were taken to the hospital Wednesday morning after they complained of chemical irritation to their eyes .
- The town of Greenburgh announced Wednesday the sale of 715 Dobbs Ferry Road, the former site of Frank's Nursery and Craft Center .
- Bronxville's Joan Toffolone has been elected to the board of Gramatan Village , a nonprofit organization serving the community's older residents.
- Anne Packard, an 80-year-old artist, has her work on display in the window at Gallery 52 in Rye.
- Avison Young, the world’s fastest-growing commercial real estate services firm, has been retained by G&S Investors to serve as exclusive leasing agent and property manager for The Waterfront at Port Chester .
- For the first time since its founding more than a century ago, the College of New Rochelle will allow men to enroll in its School of Arts and Sciences .
- Metropolitan Transportation Authority officials say a reported sexual assault Wednesday at the Mount Vernon train station did not occur .
- In a unanimous decision, the trustees of Manhattanville College in Purchase have appointed Michael Geisler as the school's new president .
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