Few details are known, but police said the child was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Village of Spring Valley took action Friday to avoid a shut down after the village board failed to renew its insurance policy, which was set to expire Monday.
A Rockland County woman admitted Monday to strangling her newborn son, whose body was found at a Westchester County recycling center last fall.
A sport-utility vehicle slammed into a public library in Rockland County Tuesday evening, leaving six people injured.
Road crews will conduct overnight repairs over the next two weeks. As a result, there will be some lane closures from Nyack to Spring Valley between 7 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Maria Oliva Guaman-Guaman was arrested Tuesday in Spring Valley. Police Chief Paul Modica said the 23-year-old woman strangled her newborn son last month.
Investigators have released cell phone video showing a woman acting suspiciously outside the newborn’s funeral last month.
A six-year-old boy was in recovery on Thursday night after being seriously injured in a hit-and-run.
Police in Rockland County have appealed to the public for help locating the mother of a Hispanic newborn found dead at a recycling plant last week.
Westchester County Police Cpt. Christopher Calabrese says a worker at Brookfield Resource Management Inc. in Elmsford discovered the baby inside a plastic bag at about 2 p.m. Tuesday.
This week, parent David Curry from Spring Valley filed an official complaint with the New York State Department of Education about the canceled programs.
“Until the investigation is completed, the coach has been released from his coaching responsibilities,” the school district said in a statement.
An infant in Spring Valley is recovering from measles and the Rockland County health department wants people to watch for symptoms over the next couple of weeks.
The village is hiring outside law firms at $200 per hour to handle the subpoena requests for documents, e-mails, and other potential evidence.
State Sen. Malcolm Smith, City Councilman Dan Halloran and four others were arrested Tuesday in what U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara called “an unappetizing smorgasbord of greed” involving “six officials who together build a corridor of corruption.”