Four Suspects Plead Not Guilty in Evergreen Fire Case

Four Suspects Plead Not Guilty in Evergreen Fire Case

Spring Valley village building inspector Wayne Ballard pleaded not guilty on July 13 to falsifying a report to the state. Manuel Lema, an Evergreen employee, pleaded not guilty on July 6 to criminal impersonation and obstructing governmental administration. Nathaniel and Aaron Sommer pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter, arson, assault in the second and […]

Covid-19 Vaccine Available for Ages 12+ at Palisades Center

Covid-19 Vaccine Available for Ages 12+ at Palisades Center

The Rockland County Department of Health (RCDOH) announced that the Pfizer-BioNTech Covid-19 vaccine will be given on Sunday, July 18, from 1:00PM-3:00PM at the Palisades Center on the first floor in front of H&M . Anyone aged 12 and older is encouraged to visit http://rcklnd.us/covid19 to schedule an appointment, though walk ins are also welcome. Minors who […]

Orangetown Land Trust Clears State Assembly

Orangetown Land Trust Clears State Assembly

Assemblyman Mike Lawler joined Orangetown Supervisor Teresa M. Kenny on Tuesday morning to announce that a land trust bill for Orangetown, championed by Lawler, has passed the New York State Assembly. The bill, A.5373, would establish a community preservation fund for Orangetown, allowing the town to purchase and preserve open spaces and parks. A land […]

County Officials Call for Resignation of NYS Parole Board Following Robert McCain Decision

County Officials Call for Resignation of NYS Parole Board Following Robert McCain Decision

The Pearl River community is once again outraged following the revelation that one of Paula Bohovesky’s killers was granted parole. Joined by several Rockland officials, Assemblyman Mike Lawler demanded that every member of the New York State Parole Board resign.  “The fact that rapists and murderers of children are allowed parole so easily is sickening, […]