Thursday Jul 24
Suffern Commuter Service Will Suffer through 4 Weekends of Track Work
From Metro North MTA Metro-North Railroad will replace track timbers on two bridges over the Ramapo River near Tuxedo on the Port Jervis Line for the next four weekends beginning this Friday night.
Some weekend Port line riders face temporary switch to buses
Some weekend train service on the Port Jervis line will be replaced with busing for the next month to accommodate bridge repairs near Tuxedo.
Edward Sheridan Suffern
Edward Sheridan Suffern passed away suddenly at his home in North Salem, NH, on June 20th, 2014.
The Journal News
Other Occasions: Owen Ackerman & Jason Lauren
Owen was born on Friday May 23, 2014 at 9:03AM at Valley Hospital. He weighed 7lbs 13oz and was 20 1/2 inches long.
Courthouse News Service
Autistic Kids Shielded From Abduction Treaty
Describing it as a "novel, and significant" abduction case, the 2nd Circuit found Tuesday that transferring a severely autistic child from a successful U.S. treatment program to a country with fewer medical options can expose him to "grave risk."
Cuomo Signs Medical Marijuana Bill Into Law
The Compassionate Care Act allows patients to ingest marijuana as a means to help relieve pain from various illnesses.l The law is welcomed news for the Houser family from Suffern, New York whose daughter Amanda suffers from debilitating seizures.
Ringwood: Police Blotter, July 2, 2014
A 48-year-old borough man faces charges after his 2004 Harley Davidson motorcycle allegedly crashed on Saturday, June 28 into the rear of a stopped car, according to Detective James Rapp.
Yard on Hillside Avenue in Suffern cleaned up after hoarding complaints from neighbors
The Suffern Building Department removed dozens of items from a man's yard Wednesday after numerous complaints from neighbors about hoarding.
Don't let kids' tuitions rob your retirement
Amit Chopra is a Certified Financial Planner professional who has been working with clients at Gary Goldberg Financial Services since 2006.
Men trash $1M ticket, sue lottery
Two New York men are suing the New Jersey Lottery after they threw out a Powerball ticket worth $1 million.