Crime Reports– 1/12

RAMAPO POLICE REPORT Clifton Culpepper Jr, 39 years old, and John A. Grier, 43 years old, from Patterson, NJ, were arrested after Ramapo police responded to a large refrigeration unit being stolen off the property of 114 Rt 59 Monsey. Upon arrival, police found the two males had come onto the rear lot of 114 […]

JUDGE ACQUITS BABY BUTCHER OF MURDER CHARGES

JUDGE ACQUITS BABY BUTCHER OF MURDER CHARGES

In a case reminiscent of the Casey Anthony trial in Florida, Rockland County Judge William K. Nelson has ruled that 42-year-old Michael Aviles is guilty of manslaughter in the beating death of his 5-month-old daughter Michelle one year ago next Monday, but acquitted him and the child’s mother Lissette Capellan of murder charges, claiming there […]

REVIEW OF BORN MINUS

REVIEW OF BORN MINUS BY ARMAND MIELE Editor, Building a better life when you’re born poor is hard enough… but when you’re held back because of your heritage and personal illnesses, the odds against you increase. Armand Miele beat the odds because he didn’t worry about them. He just forged ahead building friendships, building businesses and building a strong family. His book is a modern parable about building a better […]

New American Flags for American Legion

New American Flags for American Legion

BY MAUREEN MOLLAHAN The Nanuet American Legion Post’s Korean War Veterans received 10 brand new American Flags from the Nanuet Rotary Club at their most recent meeting this week. The flags were American made and donated by the Rotary Club. “The Rotary Club asked me to come down in November to receive the flags, and […]

Memorial “Freeze Mob” Saturday in Pearl River

Residents to Honor Slain Student Paula Bohovesky BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES Hundreds and possibly thousands of Pearl River and Orangetown residents are expected to take part in a mass “Freeze Mob” in downtown Pearl River Saturday, to both honor the memory of slain local high school student Paula Bohovesky, and to […]

North Rockland Decides 2012-2013 Attendance Zones

North Rockland Decides 2012-2013 Attendance Zones

BY LAUREN KATE ROSENBLUM Tuesday night’s North Rockland School Board meeting started off with the usual transformation plan update at 6:30 p.m. before it moved onto the general meeting at 7:30 p.m. The transformation meeting was rather short due to some issues that were still being figured out, surprising many parents. The board produced a […]