WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Northern Westchester County.
- Police have recovered the body of Yorktown resident Darrin Dyckoff, who drowned in Sparkle Lake in Yorktown Heights Monday.
- A popular Chappaqua deli rocked last week by an apparent revenge shooting outside its front doors got some support from Hillary Clinton on Wednesday.
- A teenager was killed Wednesday night on Route 202 in Suffern when a Lexus driven by an off-duty police officer from Peekskill hit a group of students standing in the driveway of their yeshiva dormitory just before midnight Thursday.
- A Westchester woman who was allegedly driving drunk at speeds up to 96 mph on Interstate 87 was charged under Leandra's Law with having her 11-year-old child in the car with her on Aug. 28, according to state police.
- A popular former local priest, who is now considered a level 3 sex offender, is living in Southeast, according to Putnam Sheriff Donald B. Smith.
- Joaquin Garcia, a 28-year-old Yonkers resident, was sentenced Thursday to 20 years to life for murdering a man and dumping his body in Ossining.
- A Westchester teen has been arrested and charged with a felony in connection with the fatal hit-and-run accident that occurred early Monday morning on a stretch of the northbound Saw Mill River Parkway near McLean Avenue in Yonkers.
- The New York State Police from Troop K urge motorists to support AAA's annual "School’s Open -- Drive Carefully" campaign, to help keep kids safe as they travel to and from school.
- A woman and a dog were injured in a pit bull terrier attack recently at Vails Grove co-op, according to an incident report filed with the North Salem Police Department.
- Mark Henkels, a seventh-grade math teacher at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School, has been recognized by Microsoft as global leader in using technology to transform education.
- Barry McMaster of Darien won the sixth annual South Salem Church Tavern Biathlon.
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