BOCES student allegedly stabs classmate with scissors

BOCES student allegedly stabs classmate with scissors

A student at Rockland BOCES allegedly stabbed a classmate with scissor Tuesday morning, according to Clarkstown PD. Police said that at approximately 8 a.m. Tuesday morning officers responded to a call of a reported assault at Rockland BOCES, 65 Parrott Rd. in West Nyack. The investigation determined that the 16-year-old male victim and the 17-year-old […]

Arrest of Suspect: Child Struck By Car in Nov. 2017

Arrest of Suspect: Child Struck By Car in Nov. 2017

FROM CPD The Clarkstown Detective Bureau last week confirmed that Carlos Osvaldo Garcia-Gonzalez has been taken into custody in Indiana by the U.S. Marshals Service in regards to an indictment that had been issued for the charges stemming from the hit and run accident that occurred in Congers, NY on November 21, 2017. The culmination […]

TOWN OF RAMAPO TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES IMPLEMENTATION OF MORE THAN A DOZEN TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

TOWN OF RAMAPO TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES IMPLEMENTATION OF MORE THAN A DOZEN TRAFFIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS

New improvements include additional stop signs, safer road signals, “No Parking” signs, and new crosswalks from Suzanne Drive at Francis Place to Widman Court to Hempstead Road & Augusta Avenue at Grove Street; critical measures will improve pedestrian safety in high-traffic areas for Ramapo’s children and families Town of Ramapo, NY – The Town of Ramapo’s […]

Many TOR bus drivers on wildcat strike today; county executive expects system to return to normal by Monday

Many TOR bus drivers on wildcat strike today; county executive expects system to return to normal by Monday

Dozens of TOR Rockland bus drivers have gone on wildcat strike, causing interruption of public transportation in the county. The drivers’ action has not been sanctioned by their local union, thus the term ‘wildcat’ is applied. They are demanding better pay and benefits from Transdev, the company that administers Rockland County’s bus routes. How long […]

Stony Point Crime Report – March 4, 2019

Stony Point Crime Report – March 4, 2019

Arrest reports from Stony Point Police Dept.  MARCH 2, 2019: Arrest: Female; Prentice, Kristen; Age 35, of West Main Street, Stony Point, NY Charges: Criminal Mischief On March 2, 2019 at approximately 11 a.m., while on routine patrol, an officer was stopped by a passing motorist who saw a female knocking out the windows of […]

Judge Boots Airmont Mayor and Two Trustees Off Upcoming Village Election Ballot

Judge Boots Airmont Mayor and Two Trustees  Off Upcoming Village Election Ballot

By Joel Grossbarth A State Supreme Court Judge has removed incumbent Mayor Phillip Gigante from the upcoming village election ballot and effectively ended his tenure as Mayor of Airmont. Judge Sherri Eisenpress granted a petition filed by political newcomer Nathan Bubel which claimed Gigante’s designating petitions were replete with irregularities and violations of New York […]