STONY POINT POLICE DEPARTMENT: PETIT LARCENY, GRAND LARCENY & CRIMINAL POSSESSION OF STOLEN PROPERTY Alan K. Jones, age 20, residing at 52 Coolidge Street, Haverstraw, NY, was arrested on August 25, 2015 for petit larceny, grand larceny in the fourth degree and criminal possession of stolen property in the fourth and fifth degrees. At 5:51 […]

“King of the Village”

“King of the Village”

Spring Valley Mayor Demeza Delhomme, no stranger to brash, grandiose statements, once again roused controversy when it was revealed he declared he was “King of the Village.” The clip, which was filmed June 8 but went viral on social media this week, showed Delhomme engaged in a heated argument with the village trustees over his […]

Party house owners fined only $1,000 but Pearl River rental appears closed

BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES The owners of Pearl River’s infamous “Party House” have been fined $1,000 by the Orangetown Justice Court to satisfy two tickets they received for operating an illegal bed and breakfast operation and for allowing commercial filming of some of the parties without obtaining a filming permit. The […]

Open the door, local athletes going into the Hall

Open the door,  local athletes going into the Hall

It is said that athletes seem to get better as they age, especially when they get together and, fueled by their memories   and lasting friendships, joyfully recall old times. Whether true or not, the inaugural Nyack High School Sports Hall of Fame ceremony is inducting 13 members while 11 new members will be recognized by […]

Kudos for the Courtroom Artist

BY DIANE DIMOND In the wake of “Deflategate” (or whatever they’re calling the controversy surrounding New England quarterback Tom Brady these days) and then “Sketchgate,” I think it’s time to speak up for courtroom artists everywhere. Full disclosure: Jane Rosenberg, the artist at the center of the recent storm over her less-than-perfect depiction of the […]

Preliminary audits: County in the black, Summit Park less in the red

BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – Rockland County appeared to be in good fiscal shape in the last fiscal year, according to preliminary findings by auditors contracted to examine the county’s finances. According to draft figures compiled by O’Connor Davies, the audit firm tasked with examining the county’s fiscal state, the county did well last […]

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