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Labor Day Gas Blues

For Labor Day weekend, American consumers in 45 states will likely see the highest fuel prices they’ve ever seen at this time of year. Only motorists in Alaska, Colorado, Montana,…

“House of Horrors” Story Spooks Town Board

Nervous officials attack Rockland County Times, even while confirming the most important points of the article BY DYLAN SKRILOFF It was a rare scene last Tuesday night in Clarkstown Town…

Suffern’s Tony DeFrancesco Manages First Win Against Mets

Dickey and Davis lift Mets BY JOE RINI The Mets celebrated Italian Heritage Day this past Saturday but for many Rocklanders it was Tony DeFrancesco Weekend at Citi Field, as…

New Square “Circus” Chapter II

Follies of the “Sirkus Brothers” continue as a drunken Chaim is arrested for driving stolen garbage truck into school bus. Early on Tuesday, August 28, Chaim Surkis, 23, of New…

Despite Laws, International Efforts, and Protester Suicides, Slavery Persists in African State of Mauritania

BY MICHAEL RICONDA Though human trafficking has received significant attention over the past few years, a different form of slavery has gone largely unnoticed in the African country of Mauritania.…

NYS Senator Huntley Arrested

Another state Democrat bites the dust BY SARA GILBERT New York State Senator Shirley Huntley of Queens was arrested and indicted on Monday, August 27 on charges of conspiracy, tampering…

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