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A Nanuet man already facing federal prison time for threatening elected officials delayed taking a plea deal Wednesday on separate charges of possession of an illegal weapon found during a February police raid on his apartment.
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A 25-year-old mother is accused of biting her daughter's hand with such force that the girl required treatment at an area hospital, police said.
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The Ramapo police in the US are currently seeking a Bronx man for questioning in connection with the fatal stabbing of a Jamaican at a birthday party Sunday night, according to www.lohud.com.
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NEW CITY Rockland County Sheriff Louis Falco got an earful of static Tuesday when he appeared before the Rockland County Legislature in search of eight new dispatcher jobs.
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Even before parents recover from the shock of an autism diagnosis, they often embark on what one advocate called a game of "hopscotch" that lasts years as they search for the best services for their child.
The finest in Rockland County academics and athletics were recognized at the 33rd annual Journal News Rockland Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner at Paramount Country Club on Tuesday.
Two dozen communities were designated Tuesday as fiscally stressed, including Monroe and Broome counties and the town of Ramapo in Rockland County.
A Rockland County judge resumed a hearing Monday to consider whether to allow a Cortlandt contractor to withdraw from a plea deal in relation to a natural-gas explosion that damaged several homes last year.
It is known as the "Papa Smurf" case - the prosecution of a reputed Mafia figure with the warm and fuzzy nickname of a popular, blue cartoon character.
Newsday says two massive, barge-mounted cranes will arrive this week on the Rockland County side of the Hudson River.
Penguin Rep Theatre will present How the World Began, Catherine Trieschmann 's thought-provoking new play examining contemporary America where religion, science and irreconcilable beliefs collide, beginning Friday, June 28 in Stony Point , New York.
Concerned about drug use in the Orthodox Jewish community, more than 130 people have signed a petition urging Rockland County prosecutors to take a hard line against a Monsey man charged with selling drugs.
Clarkstown employees are taking over maintenance of twice the number of vacant homes as last year, signaling either a more robust effort by the town to address blight or a rise in the number of abandoned properties.
The Town Board is calling on the state comptroller to freeze pension-contribution requirements on all local governments for the upcoming year and consider reducing their obligations.
With the legislative session winding down in Albany, all the drama is in the state Senate, where power is shared by the Republicans and the four-member Independent Democratic Conference.