ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- Binghamton University has temporarily suspended Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity as university officials and police continue to investigate the death of Pearl River student Conor Donnelly on Saturday, March 18, according to University spokesman Ryan Yarosh.
- The Airmont Board of Trustees has two new members as a pair of incumbent board members were unseated in Tuesday's election.
- Three local men were caught after they jumped out of a Mercedes and fled from police after hitting the police cruiser on Saturday, March 18, said Ramapo Police.
- For the third time in the past year, a Ramapo Police dispatcher has saved the life of a resident by providing life-saving instructions over the phone.
- A registered sex offender from Rockland County admitted Wednesday that he repeatedly fondled a woman on a flight from Israel to Newark, federal authorities said.
- Chuck Barris, who hosted the wacky “The Gong Show” and created such favorites as “The Dating Game” and “The Newlywed Game,” died Tuesday at his Rockland County home in Palisades from natural causes, according to publicist Paul Shefrin.
- Former Major League Baseball player and Garnerville resident Ross Moschittot was recently featured in a book that detailed how 847 players were "hosed" out of receiving a full pension.