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Ramapo Police: Man Found Dead Beside Burning Car In Sloatsburg

SLOATSBURG – Police are investigating after a man was found dead outside a burned car at the end of a dead-end road early Tuesday. Read more

Haredi Leader Blasts Rockland County Executive As ‘Anti-Semitic’

The Orthodox Jewish community of Monsey, a town in Rockland County north of New York City, is in an uproar following publication of alleged statements by a public official calling for the diversion of state funding away from the community, with the expressed purpose of reining in population growth among local Jews. Read more

Monsey, NY – Yeshiva Coalition, Rockland County Agree To Wednesday Fire Safety Inspections

Administrators at several Rockland County religious schools agreed Monday to allow fire inspections, defusing a standoff between the local government and the Orthodox Jewish community there. Read more

Rockland County Housing Is “Causing A Housing Crisis Like Never Seen Before.”

Hasidic Demand For Rockland County Housing Is “Causing A Housing Crisis Like Never Seen Before.” Read more

Monsey – Frum Residents File Lawsuit Against Frum Developer

In the first action of its kind in Rockland County, a group of frum residents in Monsey brought a lawsuit against a frum developer with the approval of daas Torah, seeking a stop work order, an injunction against further building and other relief, TOT News has learned. Read more

Ramapo Police: Podiatrist, Girlfriend Accused In Murder-For-Hire Plot

RAMAPO, N.Y. — A Rockland County podiatrist and his girlfriend are accused of allegedly plotting to kill the doctor’s wife, police announced Tuesday. Read more

FBI Arrested Ramapo Supervisor Chris St. Lawrence In Corruption Probe

Federal agents and District Attorney’s Office detectives arrested Supervisor Christopher St. Lawrence Thursday morning on charges tied to the financing of the town’s controversial baseball stadium through its economic development agency. Read more

Monsey: FBI Raids Target Education Technology Spending

FBI agents and Rockland district attorney’s office investigators fanned out across Ramapo Wednesday with search warrants demanding that vendors provide records and account for equipment allegedly bought by religious schools with millions in federal education technology dollars. Read more