Monday Jul 7
More windows broken in Bloomingburg shops
For the fifth time in the past two weeks, windows have been shattered on a new, unopened business owned by developer Shalom Lamm.
What it means to be an American
We asked a number of people across the region what it meant to be American. Here's what they said.
Bloomingburg mayor speaks out after vandalism
Mayor Frank Gerardi has heard all of the opinions on the latest, perhaps ugliest, incident in the battle for Bloomingburg.
NEWSWATCH: Dad delivers his baby in back of car in driveway
Featured in todays Record Newswatch - Developer Shalom Lamm is calling a hate crime, reported vandalism to his commercial buildings in Bloomingburg; a Rosendale Justice Court Clerk is charged with grand larceny for allegedly stealing nearly $6,000 from justice court accounts and Sullivan County officials schedule a Health Summit to address the ... (more)
Bloomingburg developer calls repeated vandalism of his buildings a hate crime
In what developer Shalom Lamm calls "a hate crime," the windows on three of his commercial buildings on Main Street have been shattered on four of the past six nights.
Lamm hopes to open school in September
Developer Shalom Lamm aims to open a private girls school serving the Hasidic community in just three months, his lawyer said.
Mamakating board approves mikvah that would serve Hasidic community
The Mamakating Planning Board Tuesday night approved one of the town's most controversial projects.
Bullville man arrested in robbery, assault
Town police have arrested a 21-year-old Bullville man and charged him in an assault and robbery that occurred Tuesday night in the parking lot of a gas station on Bloomingburg Road.