WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Weschester County.
- Zachary L. Tokson, of Armonk and a former Scarsdale resident, was arraigned Wednesday on a 14-count indictment following a wrong-way crash on Interstate 684 in Bedford on Dec. 13 in which a Mount Kisco woman was killed.
- Real estate sales in Westchester County jumped 14 percent in the first quarter compared with last year, according to the first quarter report from the Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors.
- Westchester County police released a sketch Wednesday of the man who was found dead along the Bronx River Parkway in Yonkers earlier this month and are seeking the public's help in identifying him.
- The New York Lottery announced Thursday that a top prize-winning ticket worth $30,470 was sold at Trotta's West Street Pharmacy in Harrison -- but no winner has stepped forward.
- Westchester County police arrested a Bronx man Thursday morning after they said he fled from a traffic stop on the Cross County Parkway and crashed into a tree.
- A former Mahopac Lake pet shop owner has pleaded not guilty to performing an illegal medical procedure on a puppy, according to a report on WLAD.com.
- New York ranked among the top in several categories on the website WalletHub's analysis of 2016's Most and Least Financially Savvy States.
- A Peekskill man was charged with driving while intoxicated after being stopped for driving the wrong way on the Taconic State Parkway early Monday morning, state police said.
- Annette Colasuonno, owner of Lil’ Chocolate Shoppe, has been named the Business Person of the Year by the Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce.
- Yorktown residents overwhelmingly want the $1.5 million Spectra money to pay for needed infrastructure projects, according to an online survey hosted by former Supervisor and Councilwoman Susan Siegel.
- Kathleen Dymes of Croton-on-Hudson was sentenced to five years' probation in the death of Lacey Carr, her 6-year-old daughter, at Westchester County Court in White Plains early Tuesday afternoon.
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