WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the top stories from around Southern Westchester County last week.
- The New York City Medical Examiner's Office is investigating the death of Bronxville teen Thomas Jakelich following a collision he had on the field during a soccer match Monday.
- Facebook founder and White Plains native Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan are starting a private, free school for low-income students.
- The National Merit Scholarship Corporation has designated 13 Irvington High School seniors as Commended Students .
- The Scarsdale Chamber Of Commerce Plans Networking Meeting .
- Tuckahoe Student Jill McDermott won $10,000 on NBC's "Know Your Value" event.
- Pulitzer Prize-winning author Elizabeth Kolbert will speak Monday at the Hommocks School Auditorium in Larchmont .
- The New York State Association of School Business Officials gave an "A" grade to state Sen. George Latimer, D-Rye .
- Port Chester Youth Baseball is offering a winter clinic program for kids interested in increasing their baseball ability during the off season.
- The Westchester County District Attorney has charged Dontae Degree, of Greenburgh, with the Aug. 25 car shooting that left one man dead and another seriously injured in Yonkers.
- The pedestrian struck and killed by a car in New Rochelle on Thursday night has been identified as Bronx resident Richard Mason.
- Former U.N. official and Dobbs Ferry resident John Ashe was released on $1 million bail Monday and faces tax charges connected to a bribery scheme .
- Sidney Brown, of Mount Vernon, pleaded guilty of trying to kill his ex-girlfriend.
- The Harrison Wine Vault remembers Hurricane Sandy .
- A phone store in Yonkers was robbed overnight when thieves shattered the glass front door.
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