One of the defendants convicted in the infamous Brinks robbery in Rockland County some 33 years ago could soon be released from prison.
Police and their supporters have fired back against the Rockland County Executive Ed Day’s proposal to trim 37 sheriff’s patrol deputies.
A group dedicated to assisting victims of domestic violence in New York and New Jersey is celebrating a milestone.
The ballots for Ramapo’s recent municipal election have yet to be counted, and the Town Board wants them preserved.
A Rockland County mother still maintains faith her daughter’s killer will someday be brought to justice – four decades after the crime.
The animals, Nigerian dwarf goats, named Sunny and Puppy, where mauled by an unlikely duo a pair of Labrador retrievers named Pink and Ty.
A vote next Tuesday in the diverse Rockland County town of Ramapo is turning into a debate over race, class and political power.
The builders of the new Tappan Zee Bridge said Thursday that they are on schedule, and untroubled by a $500 million federal loan that just fell through this week.
Laura Plotkin, director at the Center for Safety and Change in Rockland County, says Janay Rice’s actions of defending her husband are not uncommon among victims of domestic abuse.
Patrick Brady was arrested on charges of assault in the first degree and criminal possession of a weapon.
A woman accused of killing her 80-year-old mother-in-law tried to get rid of two prosecution witnesses by suggesting a murderous plot to a fellow jail inmate, the district attorney said Wednesday.
Richard Christopher, 32, of Suffern, was behind the wheel of a pickup truck when he drove the wrong way and crashed into a car driven by James DeVito, police said.
Police were investigating to determine if the vandalism was connected to a July 27 incident in which swastikas and racist epithets were spray-painted on vehicles whose tires also were slashed.
Starting in the fall Metro-North riders will see reduced parking fees at west-of-Hudson stations.
Residents on North Lincoln Avenue in Pearl River woke up on Sunday morning to find swastikas, racial epithets, and profanity spray painted on three cars and on driveways.