Rockland County

Rockland County Confirms Case Of Zika VirusRockland County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Ruppert said the woman is not pregnant.
Ramapo High School Gets $1M Grant To Repair Leaky RoofTwo classrooms were shut down at Ramapo High School over concerns of mold caused by the damaged roof.
Rockland County Fire Demonstrates Potential Dangers Of Illegal Boarding HousesA house gutted by fire was shedding new light Thursday on a pervasive problem – affordable, but extremely dangerous apartments.
Healthcare Co. Under Fire For 'No Haitians' Help Wanted AdInterim Healthcare Inc.'s ad for a female nursing position in West Haverstraw explicitly stated "No Haitians" would be considered for employment.
Spring Valley Put On Notice Over Building InspectionsFollowing a lengthy investigation, New York state has given Spring Valley 30 days to get its building inspections on track or else.
Town, County Officials Look To Bring Legoland Amusement Park To HaverstrawNegotiations are well underway and many residents are enthusiastic, although some are anxious.
Rockland County Urges Residents To Conserve WaterRockland County Executive Ed Day is pleading with residents to conserve water voluntarily.
Residents Say They Are Up In Arms Over Wild Parties At Pearl River, N.Y. MansionNeighbors said the mansion has become the scene of wild parties and more -- and they want it to stop.
WCBS 880 Gets Exclusive Look Into Rockland County Illegal Housing CrackdownRockland County is cracking down on illegal and unsafe housing.
Rockland County Woman Charged With Leaving Son, 4, Tied To BushA Rockland County mother was facing serious charges Tuesday, accused of tying her child to a bush while she went to babysit.
Rockland County Reports First West Nile Mosquitoes Of SeasonRockland County officials have found the first group of mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus this year.
Upper Nyack Elementary School Field Day Canceled After Bear SightingA bear has left neighbors on edge in Rockland County, after being spotted roaming near an elementary school.

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