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  1. Multiple Measles Cases Confirmed In Westchester, Health Officials Say

    Multiple Measles Cases Confirmed In Westchester, Health Officials Say

    Measles cases have been confirmed in eight Westchester County children, six are siblings, and all are from Northern Westchester, according to county officials.None of the children, who range in age from six month to 14 years old, attend public schools or childcare, said the Westchester County Health Department.The department is working with the families and healthcare providers to ...

  2. School Resource Officer Injured Taking Knife Away From Student

    School Resource Officer Injured Taking Knife Away From Student

    A community resource officer at the Newburgh Free Academy was injured while disarming a student with a knife on the campus.The incident took place around 10 a.m., Monday, April 8, at the school located at 301 Robinson Ave, Newburgh, when City of Newburgh Police Officer Humberto Perez was assisting school administrators with a parent who was upset, said City of ...

  3. Rockland Finalizing New Orders To Keep People Who May Have Been Exposed To Measles At Home

    Rockland Finalizing New Orders To Keep People Who May Have Been Exposed To Measles At Home

    Rockland County officials are finalizing new steps to take in the measles outbreak in the wake of a state Supreme Court judge putting the brakes on the county's state of emergency.On Tuesday, April 9, County Executive Ed Day and Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert announced that an appeal would be filed against last week’s decision by State Supreme Court Judge ...

  4. FDNY Firefighter, Ex-Hudson Valley Resident Killed In Afghanistan

    FDNY Firefighter, Ex-Hudson Valley Resident Killed In Afghanistan

    A U.S. Marine killed in Afghanistan by a roadside bomb on Monday, April 8 was a New York City firefighter and a former Westchester resident.Christopher A. Slutman, 43, of Ladder Company 27 in the South Bronx, a 15-year veteran of the department, died as a result of injuries sustained while on active duty in Afghanistan, said New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.Slutman, who lived in ...

  5. Former Fire Lieutenant In Area Admits To Being A Major Drug Trafficker

    Former Fire Lieutenant In Area Admits To Being A Major Drug Trafficker

    A former Middletown Fire Department lieutenant faces up to 25 years in prison after pleading guilty for his part in a drug operation ring that trafficked in fentanyl, cocaine and other drugs throughout Orange and Rockland County.Orange County District Attorney David M. Hoovler announced Monday, April 8, that Paul Smith, 48, of Deerpark, who had been a paid lieutenant with the City of ...

  6. New York City Declares Measles Public Health Emergency In Select ZIP Codes

    New York City Declares Measles Public Health Emergency In Select ZIP Codes

    New York Mayor Bill de Blasio declared a public health emergency Tuesday, April 9, in select zip codes in Williamsburg, following a measles outbreak affecting the Orthodox Jewish community. As part of the declaration, unvaccinated individuals living in those ZIP codes who may have been exposed to measles will be required to receive the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine in order ...

  7. Day Challenges Judge's Restraining Order On Measles State Of Emergency

    Day Challenges Judge's Restraining Order On Measles State Of Emergency

    Rockland County Executive Ed Day is challenging a restraining order issued by a state Supreme Court judge against Rockland's measles state of emergency.“I absolutely do not agree with the judge’s opinion that this measles crisis does not rise to the level of an emergency, when, in fact, we are facing the longest lasting current outbreak in the nation, and the largest outbreak in New ...

  8. 22-Year-Old Stabs Victim During Assault In Area, Police Say

    22-Year-Old Stabs Victim During Assault In Area, Police Say

    A 22-year-old man is being held without bail after stabbing another man during an assault, said police.Michael Klich, of Port Jervis, was arrested by Port Jervis Police detectives on Saturday, April 6, after an investigation into an early morning assault which took place on West Main Street, said Chief William Worden.According to detectives, at 5:15 a.m. on Saturday, patrols ...

  9. ID Released For Man Killed When Dodge Dakota Crashes Into House On Route 9W

    ID Released For Man Killed When Dodge Dakota Crashes Into House On Route 9W

    A 79-year-old man who died after crashing into a building has been identified.Marshall J. Mannese, of Milton, was killed during a single-vehicle crash with the pickup truck slamming into a vacant home in Highland, said Town of Lloyd Police Lt. James Janso.The crash took place 11:20 a.m., Friday, April 5, on Route 9W in Highland, said Janso.The crash occurred when Mannese, traveling ...

  10. Excessive Speed Leads To Fatal Single-Vehicle Monticello Crash, Police Say

    Excessive Speed Leads To Fatal Single-Vehicle Monticello Crash, Police Say

    A 22-year-old man was killed after losing control of his vehicle at a high rate of speed and hitting a group of trees and a utility pole, police said.Manuel Ibarra Vasquez, 22, of Fallsburgh, was killed around 12:32 a.m., Sunday, April 7, on Liberty Street near the intersection of Hillcrest Avenue, in the Village of Monticello, said Monticello Police Department Lt. Mark ...

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