Stony Point Arrests

Stony Point Arrests

On August 3 35-year-old Tyrill Graham of W. 151st St. in Manhattan was arrested in Stony Point and charged with aggravated DWI. Police officers from SPPD were investigating a minor motor vehicle accident on Perrins Peak and said the defendant was found to be operating a vehicle while under the influence. Police said Graham failed […]

AIR QUALITY HEALTH ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2019

AIR QUALITY HEALTH ADVISORY ISSUED FOR THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 2019

NEW CITY, NY – – Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert are alerting residents that an Air Quality Health Advisory for the Metropolitan New York City region, including Rockland County, has been issued for Thursday, August 22, 2019. Air Quality Health Advisories are issued by the New York State […]

JUAN RODRIGUEZ APPEARS IN COURT AFTER DEATH OF TWINS

JUAN RODRIGUEZ APPEARS IN COURT AFTER DEATH OF TWINS

By: Keith S. Shikowitz Anyone who has ever gotten into a car in the summer when the windows have been closed for a long period of time have felt the unbearable heat contained within. Throughout the years, we have heard stories from across the country where children and animals have been left in cars with […]

Fitch Ratings Upgrades Rockland Bonds to “A” Rating

Fitch Ratings Upgrades Rockland Bonds to “A” Rating

New City, NY, – County Executive Ed Day and Commissioner of Finance Stephen DeGroat announced today that Fitch Ratings upgraded the County’s General Obligation Bond Rating from “A-” to “A.” This is the tenth consecutive bond upgrade since 2014, when Rockland’s bonds were rated just above junk and the county had a $138 million deficit. […]

JUAN RODRIGUEZ APPEARS IN COURT AFTER DEATH OF TWINS

JUAN RODRIGUEZ APPEARS IN COURT AFTER DEATH OF TWINS

By: Keith S. Shikowitz Anyone who has ever gotten into a car in the summer when the windows have been closed for a long period of time have felt the unbearable heat contained within. Throughout the years, we have heard stories from across the country where children and animals have been left in cars with […]

NEW WALK CO-CHAIRS NAMED TO THE ROCKLAND COUNTY WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S

NEW WALK CO-CHAIRS NAMED TO THE ROCKLAND COUNTY WALK TO END ALZHEIMER’S

The Alzheimer’s Association Hudson Valley Chapter has appointed Lucia De Giuseppe and Maureen Pearce co-chairs of the planning committee for the Rockland Walk to End Alzheimer’s set for Sunday, Oct. 20, at Palisades Credit Union Park Stadium in Pomona. Personal connections to the disease inspired both women to get involved with the Association. A West […]