DMV REMINDS NEW YORKERS: ONE YEAR UNTIL NEW TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS TAKE EFFECT

DMV REMINDS NEW YORKERS: ONE YEAR UNTIL NEW TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS TAKE EFFECT

Beginning October 1, 2020, Federally-Compliant Identification will be Required to Fly in the U.S. The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is reminding New Yorkers that new federal travel requirements will take effect in exactly one year and impact anyone flying within the country. As part of the REAL ID Act, beginning October […]

TIMELINES 6/6/19

TIMELINES 6/6/19

Ex-BOCES teacher’s aide Gillian Jeffords, who brought gun to school gets probation School shootings have become a hot bed issue today. People are afraid of outsiders or even students bringing loaded guns to school. Now, an ex-teacher’s aide, Gillian Jeffords 25, of Warwick in Orange County, was licensed to carry a concealed firearm in New York […]

TIMELINES – May 30, 2019

TIMELINES – May 30, 2019

Man arrested for attacking nurse at Nyack Hospital NYACK – Orangetown Police arrested a New City man on a felony assault charge in connection with an assault on a nurse at Nyack Hospital. Aaron Kinlaw, 32, was also charged with misdemeanors of criminal mischief and criminal tampering. He was sent to the Rockland County Jail […]

TIMELINES 2/7/19

TIMELINES 2/7/19

Cold Hudson Dip in Stony Point Raises Funds for Local Families The 20th annual Stony Point Seals Plunge took place last weekend when over 100 people dipped into the cold Hudson River to raise funds for charity. This fundraiser supports individuals in the community who are in need of support. For the 20th anniversary, the […]

Update on pot legalization in New York

Update on pot legalization in New York

By Amy Piperato, MD Legalization of cannabis for adult use in New York is just around the corner. Governor Cuomo threw his weight behind cannabis legalization in a speech December 17 that outlined his top priorities for the first 100 days of the new term. Legalization could bring in between $248 million and $677 million […]

TIMELINES: Week of January 17, 2019

TIMELINES: Week of January 17, 2019

Orangetown Police Investigate Suspicious Incident Involving Child From Orangetown PD/MidHudsonNews Orangetown Police are investigating an incident on Saturday, January 12 in which a van pulled up to a 10-year-old boy sitting on the curb in the area of Lang Terrace and Lombardi Road in Pearl River and asked him if he wanted a ride home. The […]

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