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Police said they were called to Main Street and Bridge Street after reports of a fight. Comment?
Commuters who use Rockland's busiest park-and-ride lot will get some relief this summer. Comment?
Don Brown in any religious way, but rather as an outstanding teacher of watercolor art. Comment?
A scholarship fund named for two police officers murdered in the line of duty during the 1981 Brinks robbery is seeking applications from people seeking careers in law enforcement. Comment?
After finishing the regular season with a 185.18 average, Nanuet senior Brianne Healy will be looking to earn a third trip to the state tournament at next week's Section 1 bowling championships. Comment?
What the Cross County Mall in Yonkers did in 1954 is finally in style. Again. Billed as the first outdoor mall in America when it opened, the Cross County Shopping Center saw its days come and go as indoor malls like The Westchester, Galleria and Palisades Center, eclipsed it. Comment?
The state Department of Environmental Conservation Wednesday will hold two public hearings on threats posed to the Hudson River by construction of a new Tappan Zee Bridge. Comment?
Tappan Zee junior Erin Jaskot broke Section 1 and Rockland County indoor records Saturday at The Armory, running 1 minute, 31.85 seconds in finishing third in the junior girls 600-meter race at the Collegiate Invitational. Comment?
The event will be held at the Suffern Village Board meeting at 7:30 p.m. at Village Hall. Comment?
Tappan Zee football standout Joe Letizia and Nanuet cross country speedster Megan Young were named the Rockland County Senior Athletes of the Fall Season as selected by a panel of former and current athletic directors, coaches and officials. Comment?
5 article: News reports state that Rockland County Legislator Ilan Schoenberger spearheaded a proposal that was approved by Rockland legislators to give out free cable locks for firearms to local residents. Comment?
Pearl River coach Lorraine Moylan's past and present squared off on Thursday as the Pirates played Albertus Magnus. Comment?
1. There will be Lions and UN delegates from around the world attending the day-long conference. Comment?
A 66-year-old Syrian national pleaded not guilty Thursday morning to a murder charge involving the brutal beating death of his estranged girlfriend in her Grandview Avenue house. Comment?
Misdemeanor DWI charge: Kasey M. Dloughy, 21, of 132 S. Main St., Spring Valley, was charged Tuesday night with misdemeanor driving while intoxicated after she was found parked on Robertson Drive in Pearl River trying to push a deployed air bag back into the steering column of the 2006 Ford Fusion she had been driving, authorities said. Comment?
Rep. Nita Lowey, D-Harrison, will join with local government, law enforcement and education leaders to call for federal action to reduce gun violence during a news conference at noon Thursday in Haverstraw Village Hall, 40 New Main St. Comment?
Nanuet's Matt Dillon, right, battles Anthony Concepcion of Clarkstown South in a 145 -pound match during a dual meet at Nanuet High School Jan. Comment?
Steve Fallo has been synonymous with Lakeland girls sports for more than a quarter of a century, and with good reason. Comment?
A Rockland grand jury on Wednesday indicted a 66-year-old Ramapo man on murder charge in the death of his estranged girlfriend who was severely beaten with a thick-heeled shoe. Comment?
No damage resulted and no injuries were reported. Costco was evacuated briefly during the 6 p.m. fire. Comment?