WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories in and around Northern Westchester County this past week:
- Authorities arrested and charged 23 suspects after a year-long investigation into heroin trafficking.
- Police continue to search for a suspect wanted in connection to a stabbing and robbery in the parking lot of the Yorktown Kmart.
- Coyotes continue to pose a growing threat around Somers and all of Westchester County.
- An art show at the Pound Ridge Library cast a light on human trafficking .
- The Pleasantville School District is disputing an audit from the State Comptroller's Office that accused the district of not properly reporting incidents of school violence.
- Peekskill mourned the loss of former Mayor Fred 'Jay' Bianco .
- A teenager could face felony charges after making threats against Ossining High School.
- North Salem resident Michael Bloomberg was named the richest person in New York .
- A weekend house fire was ruled to be accidental by the Mount Kisco fire chief .
- Winter activities are in full swing at parks in Mount Pleasant and throughout Westchester.
- John Jay High School announced the members of the first quarter honor roll .
- State Police in Cortlandt are seeking the public's help in identifying a suspect wanted for bank fraud.
- The Briarcliff High School year book was awarded the Silver Award by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association.
- Bedford's Brew & Co. is bringing its own flavor to the craft beer world .
- The Byram Hills School District hired a new special education director .
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