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Rockland County issuing state of emergency over measles outbreak
NEW CITY, N.Y. (NEWS10) - A county in New York is declaring a state of emergency after more than 100 people have been diagnosed with measles. According to ABC News, starting at 12 a.m., anyone under 18 in Rockland County who has not been vaccinated will be barred from public places until they receiv
New York's Rockland County Bars Unvaccinated Minors From Public Spaces
New York’s Rockland County has been pushed to extremes to combat its measles problem: The populous county near New York City is set to declare a state of emergency and bar minors who have not been vaccinated for the disease from public spaces beginning Wednesday.
Park Ridge Father, Saddle Brook Son Admit Conning Elderly Investors Out Of Millions
A Bergen County father and son admitted they conned mostly elderly investors out of $3 million – after getting caught earlier scamming the very same people and others out of $5.5 million.
BREAKING: Rockland County NY Becomes America’s First Vaccine Police State – Bans Unvaccinated Children from Public Places – Health Dept. Goes Door to Door
Rockland County Executive Ed Day held a press conference earlier today to announce that he had declared a “state of emergency” regarding the New York state county’s 153 cases of measles over a 6-month period, and placed a ban on all children under the age of 18 from appearing in any public area, whi
Gov. Cuomo: Upstate voters, 'they don't know me as well'
NEW YORK (WHEC) -- During a nearly 30-minute radio interview on Monday, Gov. Andrew Cuomo discussed the Mueller report, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand's presidential campaign, and the state budget.
Rockland County bans underage people from public places if they have not been vaccinated against measles
NEW CITY – For what is believed the first time in the US, Rockland County Executive Edwin Day declared a state of emergency effective at midnight prohibiting children under the age of 18 who have not been vaccinated against measles from public places.
Donor Recognition and Lights at Butler Field: Under Debate at the Board of Education Meeting
Neighbors, residents, athletics fans, members of the LWVS, members of the Board of Education and the Superintendent held a lively discussion about a proposal to install lights on Butler Field using private funds –- and if so, how the donors would be recognized -- at a lengthy meeting on Monday night
Feds bust another Paterson cop in drug dealer shakedown scheme
The feds have busted another Paterson cop in a drug dealer shakedown scheme — the sixth to be wrapped up in a federal probe that has involved beatdowns, robberies and drug-dealing cops.
AIM Program Could Be Cut From NY State Budget
STEUBEN COUNTY, N.Y. (WENY) – With the upcoming New York State Budget deadline fast approaching, the AIM program is facing a $60 million cut. If cuts are approved for the program, residents in Steuben County could see a tax increase.
FBI arrests sixth Paterson police officer in corruption investigation
The FBI arrested a sixth Paterson police officer on Tuesday morning as part of its corruption investigation, announced U.S. attorney Craig Carpenito. Daniel Pent, 32, of Paterson, is charged with conspiring to deprive individuals of civil rights under color of law. He is accused of unlawfully stoppi
New Rochelle Police Investigating Another Swastika Incident at Another Middle School
NEW ROCHELLE, NY — New Rochelle Police are investigating a Swastika at Isaac E. Young Middle School. Police were called to the school on Monday after the Assistant Principal noticed swastika, approximately ¾ inch in size,
Authorities busted family’s $4M Ponzi scheme, but they did it again and got another $3M
A Bergen County family already caught in one multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme later launched a second scam that netted them $3 million more. The father, mother and son pleaded guilty Monday to involvement in a scheme defrauding investors of a total of $7 million, Attorney General Gurbir Grewal said
Peak Physique: Meet The Voted America's Top Trainer/ Studio Team
Nanuet, N.Y. (March 25, 2019) – Peak Physique Personal Training, Boot Camp, Boxing located in Nanuet and Suffern, NY was voted America's Top Trainer/ Studio. Steve and Eva Eckert are the proud owners. For almost two decades, they have been helping people who thought that they had no hope and nowhere
Landmark Designation For 2 Buildings In Rockland
POMONA, NY — The New York State Board for Historic Preservation has recommended adding 17 properties, resources and districts to the State and National Registers of Historic Places. Among them are two historic buildings in Rockland County.
The animatronics are coming! Stew Leonard’s will open its first N.J. grocery store this fall.
Stew Leonard’s will bring its animatronic characters and farm fresh groceries to Paramus this fall in its first-ever Garden State food store. Work on the new location, inside the Paramus Park Mall, will begin ceremoniously on Friday with a ground-breaking. Stew Leonard’s will occupy an 80,000 square
Westchester Man Faces Felony DWI Charge: NYSP
NEW ROCHELLE, NY — A Westchester man was accused of felony drunken driving after a traffic stop on I-287 in Harrison. State police said Johncarlos Valencia, 28, of New Rochelle, was stoped around 3:45 a.m. March 24.
NJ Family 'Unsettled' After Finding Woman’s Cut-Up Clothes in Woods Near Home
A New Jersey family is “unsettled” after finding a woman’s cut-up clothing in a wooded area near their home. Dave Carota called police after his wife and daughter found jeans, a t-shirt, underwear and a bra in the woods near their house in Bergen County, he told NJ.com.
TruRoad Acquires 2 Auto Glass Businesses in NY, OR
The two acquisitions include Apple Auto Glass of Portland, OR, and Hudson Valley Auto Glass of Wappingers Falls, NY, servicing the communities of Westchester County, Lower Hudson Valley and Duchess County.
Loola Doola Boutique, White Plains
The Loola Doola Boutique in White Plains is not the first business city resident Lauren Morris has owned. She previously owned a boutique located on Post Road in White Plains, which she opened in 2010. Morris said last week she did not know everything she needed to about running her own business. “I
New Pizzeria 'Lord Of The Pies' Opens In Greenwich
From Lord of the Pies: Having studied pizza making from Italy to San Francisco, and upon consulting on his first pizzeria in Detroit called "Mootz" this past January, 6-Time World Pizza Champion and Restaurateur Bruno DiFabio has opened Lord of the Pies, an exciting new concept in Greenwich, CT. The