Rochel Leah Goldblatt, The Asbury Park Press NJ

Rochel Leah Goldblatt

The Asbury Park Press NJ

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Rochel:

Holocaust Museum: Remains of unknown victims from Nazi death camp buried in NY cemetery

Hundreds gathered at the gravesite to bury the remains from Chelmno Death camp, which were discovered months ago in Holocaust Museum archives. → Read More

6 battled back from bad injuries, illnesses. Now they're honored for inspiring others

Destinee Vittone of Poughkeepsie, Robert Palmer of Beacon were among the Medal of Independence honorees. → Read More

6 battled back from bad injuries, illnesses. Now they're honored for inspiring others

Helen Hayes Hospital celebrates patients' resolve and support of others in similar situations. → Read More

Will the condemned 'Storm is Brewing' video come back?

Rockland GOP Chairman Lawrence Garvey said in a post the video would come back while 2 groups condemn it. → Read More

Speakers sound off at packed Rockland Legislature meeting, with hundreds still outside

Many speakers began their remarks by noting that they were not anti-Semitic or that their concerns were not about religion. → Read More

Rockland Legislature to focus on anti-Semitism, Hasidic community's growth

Overdevelopment, growth of Hasidic Jewish community and charges of anti-Semitism to dominate meeting. → Read More

Spring Valley: Police said man shot to death Sunday night

The shooting happened late Sunday night at an apartment complex on Liberty Parkway. Anyone will information can call 845-356-7400. → Read More

State health officials to increase school audits to monitor for vaccine law compliance

Schools that let students in without mandatory vaccinations could face $2,000 fines per pupil. Students have 14 days to get shots after school starts. → Read More

Something stinks in West Haverstraw: Village takes portable toilet company to court

Neighbors have complained about the smell coming from the company on the next block over, which rents out portable toilets. → Read More

'There Was No Silence': New film by Rockland director details widows' battle against Olympic giant

'There Was No Silence' premieres on Sept. 25 at the Lafayette Theater in Suffern. → Read More

Tuckahoe: Plastic surgeon found with weapons cache arrives at court

Dr. Matthew Bonanno was charged with nine counts of 2nd-degree and 32 counts of third-degree criminal possession of a weapon, all felonies. → Read More

Chestnut Ridge man dies after jumping into Greenwood Lake to aid child

The man was boating with his family and jumped in to help a child swimming alongside the boat, officials said. → Read More

Rockland Holocaust Museum to bury human remains from Polish death camp

The remains from Chelmno death camp were discovered in the museum's archives recently and will be buried in the Monsey Jewish Cemetery in September. → Read More

Bike4Chai: Rockland residents raise $10,000, ride 180 miles to help sick children

Rockland residents JJ Eizik on a handcycle, father-son team Joseph and Yochanan Zupnik and Avrom Horenstein are among this years participants. → Read More

FDNY fireboat that served on 9/11 to be relaunched with new mission after Rockland repairs

Volunteers are working in Rockland to turn the John D. McKean Fireboat into a floating museum. → Read More

Measles: Why Ed Day lifted Rockland's state of emergency

County Executive Ed Day discusses why Rockland's state of emergency declared during the measles outbreak is not being renewed → Read More

Measles: Ed Day won't renew Rockland's state of emergency

County Executive Ed Day will not renew the state of emergency order issued during Rockland's measles outbreak when it expires at midnight Wednesday. → Read More

Thunderstorm: Power outages, flooded roadways

A flash flood warning is in effect until 8 p.m. and a severe thunderstorm watch is in effect until 10 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. → Read More

Mahopac man drowned in lake near his house, Carmel police said

The man has not been identified pending family notifications. He was reported missing about 1:40 p.m. → Read More

White Plains: Larceny halts arena football game at halftime

Westchester County Police are working with the League and both teams and reviewing security footage of the area. → Read More