Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the expansion of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals and the launch of a $5 million venture capital competition and an end result of 300 jobs added for the Tarrytown-based corporation.
- Pelham's 3rd Annual Scholastic Chess Tournament was held at Pelham Middle School on Saturday.
- A White Plains man was in critical condition after he was shot there times last Sunday evening, according to police.
- Habitat for Humanity dedicated a house to Yonkers veteran Ivan Arroyo on Veterans Day.
- A Scarsdale family was robbed of an estimated $150,000 while away on a short vacation.
- The arrest of Dobbs Ferry resident John Ashe , the former president of the United Nations General Assembly, spurred the current president to reveal his finances and travel information.
- Lifelong Eastchester resident John E. Malesardi -- who was tresurerer for the Town of Nyack, the Eastchester Fire Department and the Eastchester School District -- died last Sunday at age 68.
- Karen Sconzo, an ardent supporter of veterans and the Wounded Warriors Foundation, once again held her Cycling for Veterans class at various Westchester Equinox locations , including Equinox Mamaroneck.
- Three teens were arrested in connection with a knife-point robbery in Greenburgh.
- Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin reports unprecedented level of activity in Bronxivlle .
- Wednesday's episode of the HGTV reality show “Property Brothers” focused on the renovation of a Norwalk home featuring the design work of Brittany Zachos of the Zachos Design Group in Rye .
- On Friday, a long-term construction project began in Port Chester that will force the partial closure of eastbound Putnam Avenue (Route 982C) between Main Street (Route 1) and Riverdale Avenue.
- A New Rochelle downtown development office celebrated its grand opening on Thursday.
- Amani Charter School Hiking Club of Mount Vernon completed its second hike last Saturday by making the climb up Anthony’s Nose .
- An $18 million mixed-use real estate project proposed for downtown Harrison would be the town's largest development in recent memory.
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