WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Twenty-seven Westchester County school districts are among the 100 best in New York, according to the education website Niche.
- The Katonah Village Library announced that its board of trustees has appointed Mary Kane to be the library's new director, effective March 7.
- Yorktown's boys lacrosse team, winner of the 2014 state title and a state semifinalist last year, will once again be tested by a tough schedule.
- Westchester County officials confirmed the Zika virus has made its way to Westchester after a local man traveled outside the United States and returned with the virus.
- A state trooper rescued a dog that had fallen into a partially frozen pond in Somers last Saturday afternoon.
- A crash that involved a new firetruck Tuesday on Interstate 84 East in Hopewell Junction was due to a medical emergency with the driver, said the New York State Police.
- The Metro New York Better Business Bureau is warning of a "significant spike" in reports of impostor U.S. Treasury agents.
- A 32-year-old White Plains woman is alleged to have stolen jewelry from multiple homes in Pound Ridge, police said.
- Peekskill-based HRHCare, one of the largest federally qualified health center systems in the country, announced Thursday that it had joined the Health Care Transformation Task Force.
- A 26-year-old woman was rescued last Friday after being stuck under a “piece of mixing equipment” that fell on her while she was working in a Main Street business, according to police.
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