ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- Construction on the new Tappan Zee Bridge continues to move along in anticipation of a 2018 opening.
- Orangetown police said they chased down a Tappan man who tried breaking into a victim’s house by stabbing the front window with a large knife.
- A Valley Cottage man was recently sentenced to up to four years in prison for violently attacking his wife by headbutting her and destroying her computer after she found "disturbing" photos on his cellphone.
- A New Jersey police detective found 124 bags of heroin while arresting three people -- two of them from Rockland and one who was wanted on warrants in four different jurisdictions.
- The supervisor's office on Maple Avenue felt more like a WFAN studio last month as George Hoehmann hosted the now-monthly Clarkstown Tele-Town Hall.
- A Suffern man was charged with felony assault on Monday after kicking a nurse in the face at Good Samaritan Hospital, according to the Suffern Police.
- Gov. Andrew Cuomo had to make an emergency landing at Stewart Airport due to a malfunctioning helicopter, a spokesman announced in a statement on Wednesday.