BECKERLE FACES UP TO 3 YEARS IN STATE PRISON FOR PAROLE VIOLATIONS

BECKERLE FACES UP TO 3 YEARS IN STATE PRISON FOR PAROLE VIOLATIONS

Matthew Beckerle faces up to three years in state prison after violating his probation for vehicular assault from a 2015 drunken driving crash that resulted in serious injuries to five people. In February, the 52-year-old Pearl River resident allegedly stalked Vera Parker, a victim of his 2015 car wreck. He allegedly showed up to her […]

Marian Shrine seeks to build solar array on its property

Marian Shrine seeks to build solar array on its property

Public hearing for new local law permitting solar to be held August 8 BY KATHY KAHN A solar array that would generate 1.8 megawatts of electricity is being proposed for a portion the grounds of the Marian Shrine. The Marian Shrine property overlaps the boundary of the towns of Stony Point and Haverstraw Green Street Solar […]

DEALING DEATH: Feds prosecute Tarrytown dealer for lethal batch of dope

DEALING DEATH: Feds prosecute Tarrytown dealer for lethal batch of dope

WHITE PLAINS – A Tarrytown man was sentenced in White Plains federal court to over eight years in prison for distributing heroin connected to an overdose death. Anthony Delosangeles, also known as “Taco,” was sentenced on Tuesday for selling heroin, some of which substantially contributed to the overdose death of his customers. He pled guilty […]

Constance L. Frazier to be Named New Human Rights Commissioner Today

Constance L. Frazier to be Named New Human Rights Commissioner Today

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Constance L. Frazier, a Rockland resident with an extensive resume as an educator and longtime member of the Nyack NAACP, will be announced as Rockland County’s new commissioner of Human Rights today, Thursday, July 13 at 11 a.m. A press conference will be held by County Executive Ed Day in the County Office Building. Frazier has served as assistant superintendent for Curriculum […]

NYACK DODGES A BULLET: July 4 melee could have killed bystanders

NYACK DODGES A BULLET: July 4 melee could have killed bystanders

BY CAROL MCILMURRAY NYACK- The Rockland County Times has obtained exclusive pictures from the crime scene of Nyack’s Independence Day melee that occurred on Tuesday, July 4. According to witnesses, a parked car was hit by stray bullets during the gun fire that erupted on Depew Ave. after the fighting and crowd were dispersed from Artopee […]

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