PHILLIPS BLASTS DAY OVER RCIU COMMENTS

Dear Editor, I am responding to the comments of Legislator Ed Day that appeared in the Journal News on March 30 regarding Rockland County Intelligence Unit funding. Mr. Day stated that 50 percent of the arrests come from Haverstraw. We get the insinuation. That would be like someone saying that all the larcenies from the […]

MONSEY MAN CHARGED WITH SEX ATTACK

MONSEY MAN CHARGED WITH SEX ATTACK

Town of Ramapo Police arrested a Monsey man Friday on charges of sexual abuse. The man, Dovid Kohn, 59, of Monsey, also know as Avraham Perl, is being charged with 40 counts of a criminal sex act in the second degree for engaging in sexual conduct with a person younger than 15 years old, a […]

Ramapo Redistricting Lawsuit

BY MICHAEL CAHILL Residents in the Town of Ramapo brought a lawsuit against the State of New York last week alleging that new redistricting in the town is religiously biased and violates the state constitution. The main argument of the lawsuit cities article III, section 5 of the Constitution of New York State which reads, […]

Lawmakers Propose Funding for Improvements at Hi-Tor

Lawmakers Propose Funding for Improvements at Hi-Tor

BY MICHAEL CAHILL CORRECTION In the previous posting of this article, it was written that Marge Hook resigned from volunteering at the shelter in 2003. This information is incorrect. Marge Hook resigned in 2010 after having been a volunteer since 1990.  Several county legislators announced last week that they are sponsoring a resolution that would […]

Village of Suffern Rallies around State Hockey Champs

Village of Suffern Rallies around State Hockey Champs

BY EVAN WECHMAN It was a fun and festive atmosphere on Wednesday evening, March 14, 2012, near the train station at the intersection of Orange and Lafayette Avenues. Over 1,000 people celebrated and cheered on the New York State High School Hockey Champions. The prior Sunday, the Suffern High School Mounties Ice Hockey team won […]