Break out the shovels and salt, the first snow of the season is heading to New York, sort of.
Governor Kathy Hochul today signed legislation in memory of young Rockland man that prohibits used car dealers from selling vehicles at retail without a functioning airbag.
New York Post Friday’s US drone strike on the Islamic State in Afghanistan killed two of the terror group’s operatives, one more than expected, Pentagon officials said, but the US still expects another terror attack in Kabul within the next […]
Volunteers from multiple organizations dance in the rain after successfully locating a six-year-old boy lost in the woods for over five hours. The boy was discovered by a Crown Heights Hatzalah volunteer in good health.
Major Paul M. DeQuarto has been announced as the new Commanding Officer for State Police Troop F, which covers the area of Rockland County.
Two more bodies have been recovered from a collapsed condo building in Florida, bringing the death toll to 24, as four more victims have been identified.
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The US borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed to all non-essential travel for at least another month to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
An alarming shortage of chlorine – used to keep pools clean and safe – has sparked alarm across the country, as pre-summer lack of supply keeps pools closed.
State officials are set to roll out billions of dollars in rental assistance to help tenants stay in their homes and landlords get back on their feet.
Federal health agencies will temporarily stop using Johnson & Johnson’s one-dose vaccine after six women developed blood clots, including one who died, according to officials and a new report Tuesday.
New York State Legislature passed legislation Tuesday to legalize Marijuana in the state, taking a major step towards legal recreational use of the drug.
The IRS is reportedly planning to push back the April 15 tax filing deadline for another month to give taxpayers a break because of the coronavirus pandemic and tax law changes.
The simmering COVID cases in Rockland County spiked Purim time with a flurry of new cases reported, mostly among young adults and children.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is recommending that everyone wear two face coverings — saying in a new study that doubling up can improve mask performance against COVID-19 by about 50 percent.
A rare coin bearing the head of the Roman emperor Antonius Pius and dating from 158–159 CE was found during a training exercise by the soldier Ido Gardi. The well-preserved coin was minted in the city of Geva.
A large storm system is projected to dump at least six inches of snow on southern New York Sunday night, in what meteorologists are warning may very well be the snow storm of the year.
According to initial reports, President Trump has signed the $900 Billion COVID-19 Relief Bill that allegedly includes stimulus checks to the nation.
A COVID-19 lockdown bar mitzvah will have you in tears, but will you cry for the Jewish peoples collective 2000 year lockdown? A letter by Rabbi Shais Taub.
Congratulations are in order as the volunteers of Rockland Chaverim celebrate a moment of victory as they reached their $500,000 goal.
Once a hotbed of the COVID-19 virus, the number of sick Rockland residents has stabilized, which is very good news.
An Orthodox Jewish man was stabbed in London Friday morning, in what is being investigated as an anti-Semitic attack. The victim was treated at the scene by Hatzola emergency response team, and is reportedly in stable condition.