ROCKLAND COUNTY, Conn. -- Here's a look at the week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- A local business group has called Rockland County's tax burden "unaffordable."
- A West Nyack man was charged Wednesday with driving under the influence after he was nabbed driving a 52,000 pound truck erratically in Blauvelt.
- A traffic stop by Orangetown police led to the arrest of three people for possession of weapons after one of the passengers reached into the backseat attempting to grab for something as officers approached the vehicle, according to Orangetown Police.
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day announced Thursday that unused supplies from the Summit Park nursing home will be donated to local groups assisting with the Haitian relief efforts.
Orangetown police are asking the public for information relating to an incident where a pickup truck drove onto and damaged an athletic field in Orangeburg .
A Nyack man was arrested in the village on a litany of charges including assault and resisting arrest after he fought with police .
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