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Restaurant and business closures blamed for Rockland’s rat infestation

There is no evidence that rats and other rodents can spread Covid-19 infections.

Limited statewide business reopenings in NY after May 15; then regional...

With the May 15 expiration of the current NY PAUSE restrictions on business and social activity in New York state, drive-in movie theaters can...

Rockland County freezes government hiring

"It goes without saying that these are challenging times," said County Executive Ed Day.

LATEST ON COVID-19: Cuomo says apex plateau may have started; 4,159...

Fast Facts: The governor said it was his personal opinion that rapid testing is key to restoring normalcy The federal government is deploying about...

Rockland County withdraws from federal fair housing assistance program

"With this step forward we can now better focus on the needs of our diverse residents," County Executive Ed Day said.

Ginsburg holds ribbon-cutting at Haverstraw development

Valhalla-based Ginsburg Development Cos. held a ribbon-cutting and celebration on Sept. 12 at the Haverstraw site of The Waterfront at Harbors. The event was...

Rockland County ends state of emergency on measles outbreak

The measles outbreak created disruptions at businesses across Rockland County that were identified as exposure sites for the transmittable virus.

Jeremy Schulman named Rockland County’s economic development and tourism chief

He replaces Lucy Redzeposki, who stepped down in April.

Rockland County Exec offers support to business receiving anti-vaccination harassment

Forty birthday parties scheduled at Turtleboo were cancelled due to a fear of measles,

Ready, set, dine: Hudson Valley Restaurant Week kickoff

“Restaurants are so much a part of the fabric of our communities, bringing new life into neighborhoods and cities,” Janet Crawshaw told the guests at the kickoff event. “Restaurateurs bring us great food, but you’re also leading the revitalization of our valley.”

NJ contractor says Rockland County owes $1.2M for Spring Valley flood...

Metra Industries says it is owed $1,170,374 for payments that were withheld, extra work and delays and disruptions to do the extra work.

County executives say look to schools, not local governments, for big...

“If you’re going to go whale watching, you have to go where the whales are,” Astorino said. “The schools are the whales.”

County executives to discuss leadership at Pattern for Progress panel

The breakfast will be held from 7:45 to 9:30 a.m. at The Gottesman Room in Pace's Kessel Student Center in Pleasantville.

Astorino talks Indian Point, minimum wage at economic roundtable

Westchester County executive Robert Astorino questioned the motives of critics of Indian Point Energy Center and maintained his criticism for a statewide minimum wage...

Rockland knocks down plan to outsource county jobs

County Executive Ed Day said laying off workers would protect their jobs long-term because the county could encourage outside vendors to hire the employees.