NORTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from last week around Northern Westchester County.
- Somers announced PepsiCo's plans to leave the town.
- Byram Hills unveiled its calendar for the 2015-16 school year.
- Two residential blazes kept Bedford firefighters busy on Tuesday.
- A multivehicle accident in Briarcliff kept Route 100 closed on Wednesday morning.
- New Castle officials are seeking federal funding to replace a railroad grade crossing with an overpass following the fatal Metro-North wreck earlier this month.
- A Cortlandt man was sentenced to 50 years in prison for sexually abusing children.
- A Lewisboro man is facing multiple drug charges after allegedly stealing a car.
- The northbound Taconic State Parkway was closed in Valhalla on Tuesday following a two-car accident.
- The Boys & Girls Club of Northern Westchester (BGCNW) announced that Executive Director Brian Skanes will leave the organization this spring.
- A man who was struck and killed by a Metro-North train in Purdys is being labeled a suicide.
- Friends of the Sing Sing Historic Prison Museum hosted staff from Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia recently to share ideas and tour of the facility.
- A Peekskill couple was charged with child endangerment in Putnam County.
- A Pleasantville snow plow crashed into a utility pole on Sunday .
- Former Pound Ridge resident Seth Meyers was part of Saturday Night Live's 40th anniversary.
- A Yorktown teen is facing criminal marijuana possession charges .
- Westchester County officials celebrated a victory over the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in the courts.
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