Stories From Main Street: Vanderhoef Looks Back On 5 Terms As Rockland County ExecutiveRepublican C. Scott Vanderhoef said he is humbled and grateful that Rockland voters continued to re-elect him over all those years. He chose not to seek a sixth term in office.
Republican Ed Day Elected Rockland County ExecutiveDay, a Republican, defeated Democrat David Fried for the seat, which had been held by C. Scott Vanderhoef for 20 years.
Cashless Tolls May Be On The Horizon For New Tappan Zee BridgeFor those without E-ZPass, a picture of the license plate will be snapped and the car's owner will be mailed a bill for the toll.
Deadline To Apply For Federal Storm Aid Extended In Rockland CountyThe Federal Emergency Management Agency will be closing its main disaster recovery center at Provident Bank Park in Pomona on Friday, but FEMA officials will remain in the county to help residents apply for aid.
Vanderhoef Won't Seek Re-ElectionThe 64-year-old is New York State's longest-serving county executive. He made the announcement at his annual fundraiser before some 100 supporters Wednesday night.
Rockland County Residents Giving New Energy Tax The Cold Shoulder Whether they need to keep warm in the winter or cool in the summer or just turn their lights on, Rockland County residents will soon be paying more to do it.
Severe Storms Cause Major Flooding Problems In Parts Of Tri-State AreaStorms moving through the Tri-State Area Thursday caused major flooding problems, especially in Rockland County and parts of New Jersey.