We Remember: 9/11

We Remember: 9/11

It’s been 20 years since America was forever changed by the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. The attack that so shocked and changed the nation is an especially painful memory for the people of Rockland, many of whom lost friends and loved ones on that day and the days since. Just last month, our […]

Statement From Rockland County Legislator Harriet Cornell On Supreme Court Failure To Block Texas Abortion-Bounty Law 

Statement From Rockland County Legislator Harriet Cornell On Supreme Court Failure To Block Texas Abortion-Bounty Law 

  “For the last 48 years, the strong legal shield of the United States Constitution has steadfastly protected a woman’s ‘right to privacy’ when it comes to choosing whether she will have an abortion, the most private of decisions a woman can ever make.   It is hard to fathom how, in the year 2021, […]

Former Evergreen Director Pleads Not Guilty to Reckless Endangerment Charge

Former Evergreen Director Pleads Not Guilty to Reckless Endangerment Charge

  Denise Kerr, the former director of the Evergreen Assisted Living Facility in Spring Valley, is now the last of the six suspects to be arrested and arraigned following an investigation into the cause of the fire that destroyed the facility and claimed the lives of volunteer firefighter Jared Lloyd and resident Oliver Hueston last […]

Rockland’s Own Wins Silver With USA Baseball

Rockland’s Own Wins Silver With USA Baseball

Rockland sends congratulations to its own baseball star, Patrick Kivlehan, a member of the USA Baseball team who won silver at the Tokyo Olympics on Saturday. Kivlehan is a former Rutgers star and West Nyack native who is the son of retired Clarkstown Police Department (CPD) Detective Pat Kivelhan. “I always thought the pinnacle would […]

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