ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Two stories topped the news this week in Rockland County including a family of four being run over on Route 59 by a man in a rage over being cut off in traffic and the naming of the new Tappan Zee Bridge to the Mario Cuomo Bridge.
The accident on Monday in which a Spring Valley man plowed into a woman and her three children on Route 59, may have been fueled by road rage, according to multiple reports. Click here to read the story.
The state legislature approved Thursday afternoon legislation to name the new Tappan Zee Bridge after former Gov. Mario Cuomo, who served three terms as governor. Click here to read the story.
In other news this past week (Click on the link to read entire story):
- Spring Valley Police spent hours Tuesday night searching for a body after receiving an anonymous report of a body buried behind the Valero Gas Station, said Spring Valley Police.
- A man wanted since March for the distribution of child porn in New Jersey was nabbed by the Orangetown Police Department's Detective Unit on Thursday.
- The modern-day Bonnie and Clyde-type fugitives who are suspected in a Hudson Valley home invasion on Saturday are still on the loose and were last believed to be heading back to New York.
- Southbound BBQ in Chestnut Ridge has the best barbecue in Rockland, at least according to Daily Voice readers.
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