Rockland County Times official endorsement: For Congress, vote for a future president, Chris Day

Rockland County Times official endorsement:  For Congress, vote for a future president, Chris Day

There’s only one person in Rockland County who might be president of the United States someday, and he’s running for Congress in next week’s election against longtime incumbent Nita Lowey. Why not vote for him? Chris Day is his name. At 29-years-old Day displays leadership qualities and astuteness most will not develop in their lifetime.  […]

Orangetown PD use naloxone to prevent potential fatal drug overdose

A man had his life saved by anti-overdose medication naloxone on Thursday at approximately 6:15 p.m., Orangetown PD reports. An officer responded to a reported drug overdose on South Franklin St. in Nyack and applied the nasal medication also known as “Narcan” on a 49-year-old resident who was barely breathing. The Narcan immediately improved his respiration, […]

Palisades Mall the scene of a fatal fall Thursday morning

FROM CLARKSTOWN PD On Thursday, October 30, 2014 at 10:21 a.m. the Clarkstown Police Department responded to the Palisades Mall in the area of Best Buy for a male who had fallen from the third floor. The male, 54, was pronounced deceased from the injuries suffered from the fall. The male was a resident of the New […]

Stephanie’s Adventures in Singledom: Places to Meet Single People

BY STEPHANIE DOLCE Recently on Twitter I posted, “How many bad decisions are u gonna make until I become one? ← The way online dating sites should really advertise.” And I got many responses. The one question I got was, “What are the other options?” So, I researched some places and came up with a […]

State and County Announce Preventative Ebola Protocols

NEW CITY, NY — County Executive Ed Day and Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert Wednesday provided an update on Rockland’s Ebola preparedness efforts. The County Department of Health is coordinating multiple efforts related to Ebola preparedness to increase the level of readiness for health care workers, hospitals, first responders and physicians to deal with […]

Sheriff Falco Reminds Families to Trick-or-Treat with Care

From the Sheriff’s Dept. Halloween may be a fun holiday for kids, but for parents, trick-or-treat time may be a bit tricky. Your county sheriff Lou Falco would like to provide the following safety tips to help you plan a safe, fun Halloween for your family. Costumes: Face paint is safer than a mask-and it […]

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