Officials in New York are threatening fines and said subpoenas are being issued to a group of partygoers to compel them to speak with health officials about a gathering that could be responsible for a cluster of coronavirus infections.
Rockland County News
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Three New Jersey men have been charged for their alleged roles in a conspiracy to steal luxury cars in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut and transport them across state lines
A woman from Brooklyn was bitten by a rattlesnake in Harriman State Park Friday night, prompting a rescue by an NYPD helicopter.
The unofficial primary election results for Rockland County are in, and they are as expected.
The new Tappan Zee Bridge path for pedestrians and cyclists has officially opened, providing more access for Rockland County residents to cross the bridge.
In a bizarre crash this afternoon, a car reversed into a home, then crashed nose first into a tree, seriously injuring the driver.
Yesterday’s storm left a trail of downed trees, power lines, and debris spread across Rockland County Wednesday.
The town of Clarkstown has created a new position in its supervisors office. The position, Intergovernmental Relations Coordinator in the Supervisor’s Office, is to be filled with a virulent anti-semite.
The suspect a fatal shooting that took place in Nyack has been apprehended, in Maryland.
A major crash shut the area around North Airmont Road and the New York State Thruway Wednesday night, and sent one person to the hospital.
A spine tingling and wild video of an erratic driver on Rt 9W in the area of Barmore Hill in Valley Cottage shows the moment the driver, who is suspected of driving while intoxicated, strikes another car and rolls over.
Chaverim of Rockland County have added two additional SUV’s to its fleet of vehicles serving the Rockland County Jewish community.
This past week the Simon Wiesenthal Center, Jewish Federation and Foundation of Rockland County, and police chaplain David Heskiel, joined together by bringing pastries and sponsoring meals to each of the five police departments located in Rockland County.
In perhaps the most important move back to normalcy to date, Rockland County Health has confirmed that Minyanim would again be allowed, with certain limitations.
A chain reaction crash sent one car careening into four others Monday afternoon, thankfully leaving only one person minorly injured.
A Wesley Hills man was killed in a Tuesday morning crash on Grandview Ave, just west of Union Rd. The sole occupant of the vehicle, a 56 year old Wesley Hills NY man, was pronounced dead at the scene.
On Monday afternoon Ramapo Police Department responded to a one car motor vehicle crash on Willow Tree Road near the intersection of Dike Drive in Wesley Hills.
An abandoned house in Hillcrest went up in flames Wednesday morning, and an unidentified person found deceased inside.
A motor vehicle crash in front of 221 N. Highland Ave in Chestnut Ridge left a utility Pole down and power out in the surrounding area Tuesday morning.
The Rockland County government has announced that its parks will be reopening beginning May 1st. Presently, parks will be open for walking only, with social distancing and walking directional signs being posted.
As federal regulators consider the owner’s proposal to sell it to a company that plans to demolish it, the Indian Point Nuclear Energy Center will be shutting down its second reactor.
Governor Cuomo and the State of New York provided masks to the Town of Ramapo for local nursing homes and senior living facilities. The Ramapo Police Department delivered the masks to each facility.