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50+ “Menorah-Mobile” Cars to Ride around Rockland in Chanukah Parade

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Traveling Chanukah Celebration: Over fifty “menorah-mobiles” – cars with menorahs mounted on top – will parade throughout Rockland County, next week Sunday, December 6, the first night of Chanukah. The festivities will begin at a Monsey synagogue at 5:30pm with the lineup of cars for the Menorah parade. The parade ...

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Legislature Appoints Yiddish-Speaking New Member to RCC Board of Trustees

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The Rockland County Legislature has appointed Mendel Taub of Spring Valley as the newest member of the Rockland Community College Board of Trustees. “We welcome Mendel’s enthusiasm and commitment to education and to RCC and its students,” Legislature Chairman Alden H. Wolfe, D-Montebello, said. “The college will be well-served by ...

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Kiddush Hashem in Monsey: Over 30K Raised for Family Hit by Tragedy

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Another Kiddush Hashem in Monsey: an online charity page set up to help the family of a young Monsey mother who lost her life tragically in a fatal accident has exploded with an outpouring of support from the entire community. In less than twenty-four hours since the horrible accident took ...

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Monsey Woman Tragically Dies Colliding with Monsey Trails Bus

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A young mother lost her life tragically in a fatal accident on Viola Road last night, Wendnesday. The tragic accident took place around 7:15pm near Ramapo High School when a car driven by a 57-year-old woman struck a bus of the Monsey Trails company. Police say the car left the ...

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Spring Valley Mayor Responds: Selective Recordings are Part of Bias Report

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Spring Valley Mayor, Demeza Delhomme, published a response to an article posted yesterday in which he was portrayed as anti-Semitic for allegedly pledging discrimination against the Jewish community. Delhomme says he wants the entire recording of his conversation released to the public, in order to give a fair and balanced report. This ...

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Ramapo Police Ticket Monsey School Bus Driver for Illegally Passing another School Bus

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It is illegal – and very dangerous – to pass a stopped school bus when the large red lights located on top of the bus are flashing, even if you are driving a school bus yourself… That’s the lesson a bus driver in Monsey learned today, when he was stopped by ...

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Spring Valley Mayor Accused of Pledging Discrimination against Jewish Community


Spring Valley Mayor, Demeza Delhomme, did not know he was being secretly recorded when he pledged to retaliate against the Jewish community, the Journal News reports. Delhomme threatened to deny all building permit applications submitted by Jewish developers. “Anything a Jew brings,” Delhomme is heard saying during a secretly recorded ...

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No One Hurt in Chemical Explosion in Chestnut Ridge

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A bin containing pool chemicals and other combustible items exploded on the deck of a home in the Village of Chestnut Ridge early Sunday afternoon, Ramapo Police reported. Ramapo Police responded to an address in the Village of Chestnut Ridge after receiving report of an explosion of a plastic bin ...

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Bank Robbery in Spring Valley, Police Search for Suspect

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Police in Spring Valley are looking for a suspect in a bank robbery at the Wells Fargo branch in the Spring Valley Marketplace. Police are investigating the incidence that took place today, Thursday, at around 12:30pm . Police are asking the public to help with identifying the suspect in the ...

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Renewed Hope as East Ramapo Undergoes Significant Developments - parents in east ramapo at the school board meeting

“Significant developments have occurred in the East Ramapo,” says an article published by the Journal News yesterday. “The troubled school district has a new superintendent; a new member of the state Board of Regents lives in the district; the district has a new law firm. After years of operating with ...

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