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SAY HELLO TO RCT’S SUMMER INTERN

Heather Barr of Sloatsburg, recent SUNY New Paltz graduate…

Police say she bit her 4-year-old daughter

Samantha Aull, 25-years-old, of 10 Major Andre Dr. in Stony Point, has been charged with assault in the third degree and endangering the welfare of a child. The Stony Point Police…

Folksinger Mara Levine to Celebrate New Release “Jewels And Harmony” at Borderline Music Club Event In New City

BY GEORGE J. DACRE Mara Levine’s rescheduled CD release concert is taking place Sunday, June 23 at 2 p.m. at the New City Volunteer Ambulance Corps, 200 – Congers Road,…

Letter to the Editor: OPEN LETTER TO MTA CHAIRMAN FROM HUDSON VALLEY LAWMAKERS

Dear Hon. Fernando Ferrer, Thank you for your service on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board and dedication toward improving the quality of life of the countless passengers that use…

Pairing economic development with the SUNY system “Tax Free New York” aimed at attracting new business

BY KATHY KAHN Special to The Rockland Times Will “tax free” be the answer to the state’s nagging problem of re-booting upstate’s sagging economy? Since rolling out “Tax Free New…

Emergency Services Seeks $60,000 to Roof Eight Homes; Orangetown Chiefs Propose 2 for “Controlled Burning”

BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES Orangetown’s Volunteer Emergency Services Coalition detailed their plans Tuesday for upgrading eight homes the group controls and leases to local fire, ambulance…