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Measles Cases Rise To 116 In Rockland County
NEW CITY, NY — The number of measles cases continues to rise in Rockland County. Officials reported 116 cases confirmed as of Thursday. Several of those people have had complications, including hospitalizations and premature labor.
This Nyack Estate Is Rockland’s Highest Home Sale Since 2013
The multi-million-dollar property boasts riverfront views, a private dock, and an in-ground pool. When it comes to waterfront mansions in the Hudson Valley, Nyack is the place to be. After all, the Rockland County town is stocked to the brim with jaw-dropping abodes like the Gatsby-esque Pretty Penn
Road Rage Slashing Leads To 30 Stitches For Victim In Rockland, Police Say
A man was arrested for slashing another person in the face following a road rage incident in Spring Valley. The incident was reported on Wednesday, Jan. 16, when Spring Valley Police responded to Dutch Lane for a report of a man who had been slashed in his face, said Spring Valley Officer Matthew Ga
Things to Do With Kids in Rockland on January 17
Find free and low-cost things to do with kids in Rockland today, January 17, including fun activities and events the whole family can enjoy. See what's going on today in Rockland's museums, galleries, and libraries for some educational fun; in the parks, for outdoor and nature activities; and in the
Man Nabbed For DWI Following Traffic Crash In Nyack
A 54-year-old man was arrested for DWI after Orangetown Police responded to a report of a car crash. Dennis Morgan, of Naples, Florida, was arrested around 12:09 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 13, after police responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident on High Avenue in Nyack, said Orangetown Police Sgt.
Today's Family & Kids Activities in Rockland-Jan 18
Whatever you're looking to do with your family and kids-libraries, festivals, museums, arts & crafts-you'll find it in today's list of fun and educational activities for families and kids in Rockland. Check out the NY Metro Parents' calendar for upcoming events!
Winter storm warning issued as storm takes aim with snow, ice, rain
YONKERS - A winter storm is on track to hit the Hudson Valley Saturday into Sunday, followed by a blast of freezing cold temperatures that could lead to dangerous ice and frozen roadways.
Nyack Weekender: This Lunar Eclipse Will Be Music To Your Ears
There’s a big lunar eclipse this weekend, and what’s a better pairing than classical music? This weekend, check out the Nyack Community Chorus or works by Haydn and Handel. Support the next generation of musicians, poets, comedians and performers at an Open Mic Night For Teens at Rockland Center for
Wrestling: Seeds released for the 2019 Rockland County Championships
99 – 1. Matt Shaw, Pearl River; 2. Damiani Cosmo, Suffern; 3. Shane Acheson, Tappan Zee; 4. Justin Termine, Clarkstown South; 5. Thomas Iaquinto, Suffern; 6. Aiden Veirun, Pearl River.
Utility Issues Warning on Lead in Water
HAWORTH, N.J.—Suez water customers throughout Bergen and Hudson counties were advised to be aware of possible high lead levels in drinking water after a “very limited” number of homes tested in both counties were found with levels exceeding federal standards.
Nyack People & Places: John Curley, Potter
Hand-crafted ceramics have undergone a renaissance over the past few years. But for John Curley, functional pottery has been a lifelong passion. Curley built his Upper Nyack studio while renovating his house, and it’s on a wheel there that he creates porcelain table ware, bowls, and pitchers, decora
O&R Declares Storm Watch For Martin Luther King Jr. Weekend
PEARL RIVER, NY — O&R declared a Storm Watch Friday over the winter nor'easter that is expected to wallop the region Saturday night through the long weekend. Storm activity, particularly the predicted high winds, heavy snow and freezing rain, has the potential to cause power line damage and electric
Drug suspect formerly of Hazleton nabbed in New York
HAZLETON — A drug suspect that city police have been seeking for more than three years was caught in Yonkers, New York, on Thursday, a press release states. Pedro Crespo, 23, formerly of Hazleton, allegedly sold illegal narcotics, specifically heroin, during an undercover drug investigation in Augus
Rockland road crews brace for second storm punch
NEW CITY - One down, one to go. Rockland County is bracing for a second punch of nasty weather this weekend with crews getting ready to roll. Friday's storm left the region with just a dusting, but News 12 meteorologists say the next storm will pack more of a punch with snow, sleet, rain and freezin
Westchester 'SNAP' Residents Can Access Feb. Benefits Early
WHITE PLAINS, NY — As the federal government shutdown nears the end of its fourth week, Westchester County Executive George Latimer and the Department of Social Services are helping residents who rely on the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) access their February benefits early. If yo
Schumer, Residents Call For Action On Amtrak West Side Access Plan
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Commuters and Sen. Chuck Schumer are delivering a strong message for Amtrak to step up and finish a crucial project. Schumer is blaming the agency for delaying the Penn Station access plan, which would give Bronx and Westchester residents a direct route to Manhattan’s west si
NY State Emergency Operations Center activated for winter storm
ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has activated the Emergency Operations Center to enhanced monitoring mode in preparations for the weekend storm. Gov. Cuomo says several thousand snow plows and other assets around the state are preparing to be deployed at a moment's notice to k
Tarrytown To Declare Snow Emergency
TARRYTOWN, NY — A snow emergency will be declared beginning at noon Saturday, Jan. 19 in the Village of Tarrytown. During the period of a snow emergency, vehicles may not park or remain in a designated snow zone.
Man With No Dog Admits Using Popular Pet App to Lure Teenage Girl for Sex
A 40-year-old Westchester County has pleaded guilty to a felony attempted sex abuse charge for admittedly using an app to lure a teenager into his home on the pretense of needing a dog sitter, prosecutors said Thursday.
10 Westchester Schools Among 370 In State Needing Improvement, State Education Department Says
The New York State Department of Education has identified 10 Westchester schools that are in need of improvement. This week, the Department of Education announced a new list of 370 schools that need improvement, including some in the Elmsford, Mount Vernon, Peekskill and Yonkers school districts.