ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Two stories top the new in Rockland County this week including the death of an infant who was the victim of a road rage crash and a local bar losing its liquor license.
A 3-month-old infant who was run over along with three other family members during a road rage incident on Route 59 in Monsey died Wednesday, according to the Ramapo Police Department. Click here to read the story.
The New York State Liquor Authority announced Thursday what it called an "emergency" suspension of the license of the Nyack Pour House, located at 102 Main St. and operated by Main Street LLC. Click here to read the story.
In other news this past week (Click on the link to read entire story):
- A Mahwah contractor was killed after being pinned beneath his ATV in Hillburn during his daily ride in the Ramapo Mountains, township police who found him said Tuesday.
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day announced Thursday the annual Community Development Block Grant awards, which have funded 10 projects worth $1.165 million.
- Police in Ramapo are seeking the public’s assistance as they search for a wanted man.
- Nita Lowey (D-Harrison) is among the most wealthy members of the House of Representatives, according to a new report.
- Ramapo police saved a couple of trapped raccoons on Saturday.
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day got the chance on Sunday to attend a special birthday party -- the 100th birthday celebration for Bardonia resident Fannie Moscato, the mother of Dan Moscato, Day's chief advisor.
- Want to see a fun flick and only spend a $1? Regal Cinemas has got you covered.