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  1. Installation Of New Tappan Zee Bridge Cables Begins Next Month

    Installation Of New Tappan Zee Bridge Cables Begins Next Month

    The project manager of the new Tappan Zee Bridge announced cable hanging for the main span is expected to start next month, according to lohud.com.The cables are intended to hang from the new bridge's eight towers to support the road deck, reported lohud.com.An update on cashless tolling also was part of the meeting, as the Thruway Authority said more than 467,000 transactions were ...

  2. Unruly Man Causes $1.5K In Damage At Good Samaritan Hospital, Police Say

    Unruly Man Causes $1.5K In Damage At Good Samaritan Hospital, Police Say

    SUFFERN, N.Y. – Suffern police arrested a 54-year-old Brooklyn man on felony criminal mischief charges on Saturday, according to authorities.Officers were notified of an unruly person at Good Samaritan Hospital and, when they arrived, saw that the man had damaged a security device valued at over $1,500.It was discovered that the man had a long criminal record, including prior arrests ...

  3. Hostess Recalls 700,000 Cases Of Snack Cakes

    Hostess Recalls 700,000 Cases Of Snack Cakes

    The Food and Drug Administration announced Friday that Hostess Brands is voluntarily recalling over 700,000 cases of snack cakes and doughnuts due to a supplier recalling lots of flour for undeclared peanut residue.Grain Craft flour was used to bake brands like Ding Dongs, Chocodiles and Zingers, along with chocolate and powdered doughnuts.For a detailed list of what's being recalled, ...

  4. West Point Cadet Confirmed Killed In Fort Hood Flooding

    West Point Cadet Confirmed Killed In Fort Hood Flooding

    WEST POINT, N.Y. – Officials confirmed that a West Point cadet was among the nine killed when flooding hit Fort Hood in Texas last week, according to multiple reports.The cadet was 21-year old Mitchell Alexander Winey from Indiana, News 12 said.Winey was attending Fort Hood for cadet troop leader training when floodwaters swept away the vehicle he was in, reported News 12.Read the News ...

  5. Clarkstown Police Offer Prom Night Tips

    Clarkstown Police Offer Prom Night Tips

    CLARKSTOWN, N.Y. – With prom season in full swing, the Clarkstown Police Department has released a series of tips for teens and parents to get the most out of their night.For parents:Discuss the school's code of conduct with your teenager.Know whom they're attending the prom with and talk about any pre- and post-prom parties.Talk about the dangers of drinking and driving and remind your ...

  6. Former Met, Yankee Speak At New City Fundraiser

    Former Met, Yankee Speak At New City Fundraiser

    NEW CITY, N.Y. – Rockland Independent Living Center (RILC) hosted a baseball-themed fundraiser at Austin's Ale House in New City on Monday, May 23.The list of guests included former Met Ed Kranepool, former Yankee Jim Leyritz and local author David Ferry, along with Rockland County Executive Ed Day, Clarkstown Town Supervisor George Hoehmann and Town Councilman Frank Borelli among ...

  7. New City Celebrates Annual Memorial Day With Parade

    New City Celebrates Annual Memorial Day With Parade

    NEW CITY, N.Y. – The weather cooperated as New City's annual Memorial Day parade went off without a hitch on Monday.The parade featured various marching bands from all over the Clarkstown Central School District. Bardonia, Laurel Plains, Link, Little Tor, New City, Woodglen and South elementary schools took part in the parade.

  8. Erich Georg Hans Zyla, 80, Of West Nyack

    WEST NYACK, N.Y. – Erich Georg Hans Zyla, of West Nyack, died May 26 of cancer. He was 80. Zyla was born April 26, 1936, in Liegnitz, Germany, to Georg and Ottilia Zyla, surviving Nazi Germany with his mother and brother Winfried after his father's death.After the war, his family moved to East Germany and was sponsored to come to America in February 1957 after escaping the country. He ...

  9. Gloria M. Vallone, 86, Of West Nyack

    WEST NYACK, N.Y. – Gloria M. Vallone, of West Nyack, died Friday, May 27 at home. She was 86.Vallone was born July 16, 1929 in the Bronx to James and Mary (nee Walsh) Ancona. She was a seamstress and designer who designed and constructed wedding gowns in her home, and made custom furniture and designs for the American Girl dolls with her husband. She was predeceased by her parents; ...

  10. Boyfriend Charged With Assaulting Girlfriend In Route 59 Incident

    Boyfriend Charged With Assaulting Girlfriend In Route 59 Incident

    RAMAPO, N.Y. – Ramapo police charged a man with assault after an incident on Route 59 in Monsey yesterday morning around 8 a.m.Officers received a report of someone screaming for help in the area of an old drive-in theater on Route 59, and quickly located a female victim who reported an assault by her boyfriend in the wooded area behind the drive-in. The suspect was found in the ...

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