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  1. New City Fire Department Holds Monday Drill Night

    New City Fire Department Holds Monday Drill Night

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- New City Fire Department members held a drill where basic FAST team techniques were shown on Monday, June 27. A simulation of a simple packaging of a downed firefighter was demonstrated along with rope and fully lifts. FAST (or RIT) in some areas, consist of a group of trained firefighters dispatched to working fires as a standby rescue crew should something go wrong, ...

  2. Rockland Traffic Safety Board Sponsors Pearl River Car Show

    Rockland Traffic Safety Board Sponsors Pearl River Car Show

    PEARL RIVER, N.Y. -- The Rockland County Traffic Board hosted a “Car Show” at 48 Franklin St. in Pearl River on Saturday June 4, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Specialty police vehicles, classic cars, racing cars and much more was on display at the free event.

  3. Carlucci, Sheriff, Advocates Talk Danger Of Drunk Driving Ahead Of Holiday

    Carlucci, Sheriff, Advocates Talk Danger Of Drunk Driving Ahead Of Holiday

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) joined advocates this afternoon to discuss the dangers of drinking and driving, how and what is being done to crack down on DWIs and the ‘100 deadliest days’ of summer highlighting the upcoming Fourth of July weekend. Senator Carlucci gave some startling statistics in regards to drunk driving fatalities and for these ...

  4. Beware Of Summer Scams, State Attorney General Says

    Beware Of Summer Scams, State Attorney General Says

    Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman reminded New Yorkers of common scams that occur during the summer and offered tips to protect against abuse. Scam artists prey during summer months as consumers embark on home improvement projects and plan family vacations. “As the temperatures rise in the summertime, consumers should proceed with caution in regards to unsolicited offers,” said ...

  5. Substation Fire In Hillburn Still Burning But Under Control

    Substation Fire In Hillburn Still Burning But Under Control

    HILLBURN, N.Y. -- The substation fire in Hillburn is still burning, but is under control, authorities said.Power remains unaffected. Torne Valley Road remains open to the public until just beyond the bridge to the hamlet of Ramapo. Ramapo Police Department Chief of Police Brad Weidel.Multiple agencies, including the police, began battling to contain a fire at a Con Edison substation in ...

  6. Lane Closures Expected In Orangetown On Route 340 East

    Lane Closures Expected In Orangetown On Route 340 East

    ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- Motorists are advised that the eastbound lane of Route 340 between Route 303 and Kings Highway in Orangetown is expected to be closed on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Monday, June 27, through Friday, July 29, so crews may perform utility work, the state Department of Transportation announced. There will be no impact on westbound traffic. Drivers are asked to ...

  7. Authorities Search For Missing 15-Month-Old Who May Be In Area

    Authorities Search For Missing 15-Month-Old Who May Be In Area

    On "Missing Person Monday," the New York State Public Safety Department is spotlighting a 15-months-old last seen in January.Aniyah Echevarria was seen with her mother, who didn't have custody, near Amsterdam, which is west of Albany, authorities said.Crystal Echevarria may have traveled from Amsterdam to the New York City area with the toddler. If you have any information on ...

  8. Beware Of These Summer Scams, State Attorney General Says

    Beware Of These Summer Scams, State Attorney General Says

    Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman reminded New Yorkers of common scams that occur during the summer and offered tips to protect against abuse. Scam artists prey during summer months as consumers embark on home improvement projects and plan family vacations. “As the temperatures rise in the summertime, consumers should proceed with caution in regards to unsolicited offers,” said ...

  9. Carlucci-Sponsored Law Ensures Overdose Antidote Available In Pharmacies

    Carlucci-Sponsored Law Ensures Overdose Antidote Available In Pharmacies

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. -- A new state law will require any chain pharmacy with twenty or more locations to register with the Department of Health as an opioid overdose prevention program and have Naloxone on hand.Naloxone, sold under the brandname Narcan among others, is a medication used to block the effects of opioids, especially in heroin overdose."Having been at the forefront of ...

  10. Get CPR Training At Chiropractic Center In New City

    Get CPR Training At Chiropractic Center In New City

    NEW CITY, N.Y. -- New City Chiropractic Center will sponsor a CPR Certification class in their office at 490 Route 304 in New City on Thursday, June 23, at 6 p.m. The class, will be taught by certified instructor Randi Colton of FitChick CPR and will accommodate those who have never been certified as well as those looking to re-certify. The cost is $50 and space is limited. Those ...

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