NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around Northern Westchester County.
- Mexican business tycoon Carlos Slim is reportedlythe new owner of the PepsiCo campus in Somers.
- The family of Ellen Brody, the 49-year-old woman whose collision with a commuter train on Feb. 3 resulted in the deadliest crash in Metro-North's history, filed a notice of claim to sue .
- A bear was seen and chased by police on Baptist Church Road in Yorktown.
- Meadow Pond Elementary School K-5 students displayed their science projects in the school's first science fair in nearly a decade.
- A Pleasantville resident is working behind the scenes to help analyze and research ticks in the area.
- A bench warrant was issued for a Peekskill woman who failed to appear in court.
- Ossining's Theater O is seeking teen actors for two upcoming productions .
- The Wooster School in Danbury, Conn. honored North Salem's Sophie De Leo with an award for outstanding citizenship.
- County legislative committees approved the consolidation of police services in Mount Kisco.
- John Jay High School spotlighted its science research students during its science symposium recently.
- Cortlandt was ranked among the best tasting tap water in Westchester County.
- New Castle police charged the driver of a school bus that was trapped at the Roaring Brook Road railroad crossing .
- Briarcliff High School honored several student who will be continuing their athletics careers at the collegiate level next year.
- Bedford icon Lloyd Bedford Cox Jr. is being remembered by town residents and officials as someone who was a major figure in the community .
- Passes for the Anita Louise Ehrman are now being offered by the town of North Castle.
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