ROCKLAND COUNTY, N.Y. -- Here's a look at last week's top stories from around Rockland County.
- The Pathmark on Route 59 in Nanuet closed its doors for good.
- A train struck an unoccupied car at the Lake Road crossing in Congers for the second time in three days on Saturday.
- Volunteers from Rockland and Westchester counties got together to help the needy in honor of National hunger And Homelessness Awareness Week.
- Pfizer has sold approximately 200 acres of its Pearl River property.
- Nick Loucas, the owner of the famed Lucas Candies in Haverstraw, is carrying his family's business into a fourth generation.
- A resident of Spring Valley told police that a group of men vandalized his home.
- Rockland County Executive Ed Day said he opposes the acceptance of Syrian refugees until stricter safeguards are put in place.
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