NORTHERN WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories around Northern Westchester last week.
- The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved a proposal for the expansion of the Algonquin Pipeline on Tuesday.
- A Yorktown man was charged with choking another person on Wednesday.
- Two brothers were sentenced for a robbery spree that included Pound Ridge.
- Pleasantville Strong, an anti-drug and alcohol organization, is preparing a $125,000 federal grant request .
- A Peekskill fire displaced 13 residents from their homes.
- The Ossining High School girls basketball team secured its fifth consecutive section title .
- Michael Bloomberg, who owns property in North Salem , was ranked the 14th richest person in the world.
- Mount Kisco agreed to terms with Westchester County to consolidate police services .
- Good Counsel Elementary School held site visits at its future location in Valhalla.
- A contingent of students from John Jay High School visited Quebec .
- Assemblywoman Amy Paulin reflected on the sexual assault of a Montrose resident.
- Fire damaged a home in Chappaqua on Tuesday.
- A Briarcliff resident started a nut business to help the Westchester SPCA.
- A not-for-profit raised $2.5 million to help turn the old Bedford Playhouse into its new facility.
- Armonk's Castle Cab is bringing new technology to the age-old livery service industry.
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