Fatal Pile Up On Congers Road

Fatal Pile Up On Congers Road

Update: Clarkstown police have confirmed that the 16-year-old male who was transported to an area hospital following the incident has died from injuries sustained in the crash. A Go Fund Me organized to support the student’s family has already raised over $15,000 at the time of publication. Police have also confirmed Emily Meryreles, the other […]

Community in Mourning: Two Local Residents Lost In Tragedy In Israel

Community in Mourning: Two Local Residents Lost In Tragedy In Israel

  Rockland County Legislator Aron Wieder joined U.S. Rep. Mondaire Jones and New York State Attorney General Letitia James in paying condolences today to the family of Shragee Gestetner, one of two local men killed in the tragic stampede in Israel. “It’s almost impossible to fathom the impact of this horrible, horrible loss,” Legislator Wieder […]

Legislature Fights for SALT Tax Reduction, Passes Fair Chance in Employment Act

Legislature  Fights for SALT Tax Reduction, Passes Fair Chance in Employment Act

Last Tuesday the Rockland County Legislature worked toward reducing taxes and creating more job opportunities for the more vulnerable residents of the county. The budget and finance committee began their regular assembly by moving to urge Congress to repeal the cap on state and local tax deduction (SALT.) This tax law most affects states like […]

Scotland Hill Road Bridge Replacement Project Begins May 1: Crossing to be Closed to all Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic

Scotland  Hill Road Bridge Replacement  Project Begins May 1: Crossing to be Closed to all Vehicular and Pedestrian Traffic

The New York State Thruway Authority has announced the temporary closure and start of construction on May 1 for the Scotland Hill Road overpass bridge replacement project in Rockland County. The replacement is part of the $30.8 million infrastructure improvement project to replace three bridges along the I-87 corridor in the lower Hudson Valley region. Effective May 1, […]

Public Hearing on Eagle Bay Brings Out Current, Future Concerns for Stony Point Waterfront

Public Hearing on Eagle Bay Brings Out Current, Future Concerns for Stony Point Waterfront

  Almost a decade after residential housing was first proposed for Stony Point’s waterfront, the public hearing for site plan approval for Eagle Bay commenced Thursday evening, April 22, via teleconference. Residents who spoke expressed unhappiness with the size and scope of the project. Most felt the 17 acres of dry land Eagle Bay is […]

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