WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Southern Westchester County.
- Arguably one of the most unpopular men in the National Football League, Commissioner Roger Goodell, of Bronxville, has made more than $142 million since 2011, according to multiple reports.
- Four White Plains High School students were recently named winners at the Westchester-Rockland Junior Science & Humanities Symposium.
- A fire broke out overnight Tuesday on the first floor of a multi-family home on Park Avenue, causing the relocation of some occupants, reports the Yonkers Fire Department.
- Ex-prosecutor Bruce Bendish announced Thursday that he is running for Westchester County district attorney, the post left vacant when Janel DiFiore became New York State's top judge.
- A new proposal seeks to further curb the use of food stamps by prohibiting stamps' use to buy high-end luxury food like steak and lobster as well as junk food, such as soda and candy.
- Port Chester resident Vincent Miata plans to open a distillery in Mamaroneck.
- Wartburg recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of its new outpatient rehabilitation clinic in Mount Vernon.
- Actress Sarah Jessica Parker's new television show "Divorce" has been filming all over Westchester, and was recently filming in downtown Tarrytown.
- Mamaroneck resident Gregory Montes was charged with drunken driving after allegedly passing out behind the wheel of his car in the center lane of Interstate 95, according to New York State Police.
- Cerebral Palsy of Westchester in Rye Brook, in association with Lifeline Theater, put on a production of “More than a Dream.
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