ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at the week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- Rockland County officials made resources available to those who were impacted by the fatal New Jersey Transit crash on Thursday.
- A man who authorities said had a pot-growing operation in a two-story Bronx home that exploded Tuesday morning, killing FDNY battalion chief Michael Fahy, a Yonkers resident and North Rockland High School grad, is being held without bail.
- Five men were arrested Friday after taking police on a wild chase through the area for stealing over-the-counter drugs from a pharmacy in Haverstraw and upstate New York.
- A pair of black bear sightings Wednesday drove Clarkstown police to provide the public with a set of tips to keep safe.
- Nanuet High was named a Blue Ribbon School.
- A Federal civil rights lawsuit was filed Wednesday against a local construction company, Ginsburg Development, for failing to make several of its projects accessible to people with disabilities in Westchester and Rockland counties.
- A documentary about the village of Piermont’s role as a military debarkation camp in WWII won a People's Choice award at the Nyack Film Festival.
- A 51-year-old woman from Washington Township was arrested for DWI in Pearl River after she was found stopped in a roadway, asleep behind the wheel.
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