NY METS SECOND BASE COACH: A Walk-off to Remember

BY SEAN SMITH July 31, 2015 —  As the 4 o’clock trade deadline loomed it seemed as if the New York Mets, although actively pursuing trade possibilities,were going to come up empty. However in the final minute of the final hour the New York Mets made the announcement that they have acquired 29 year old […]

Ramapo Police Unusual Call to Round Up Cattle on the Loose

Ramapo Police Unusual Call to Round Up Cattle on the Loose

FROM THE RAMAPO POLICE DEPARTMENT Today RPD responded to an unusual call. A herd of cows got loose from a dairy farm along Ackertown road in the Village of Chestnut Ridge. The cows ended up in a yard on Milrose lane which is near Ackertown road. A farm worker responded and grabbed one cow. He […]

SECOND BASE COACH Sean Smith: Surreal night at Citi

The New York Mets took the field on July 29, 2015 only sitting a single game out of first place. With the Nationals coming to town for a three game series this weekend, the Mets were in a great chance to keep stride with the first place team. However, the Mets were unable to do […]

Dollars and Sense

BY CHRIS HANLY Investment Consultant, Gary Goldberg Financial Services Investors looking at the U.S. equity market may be wondering whether it has much gas left in the tank. We’re now six years into the current bull market and stocks have seen huge returns since the lows of the 2009 – the S&P 500 alone has […]

County grapples with unwieldy audit firm

Hospital audit marred by delayed payments BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – An upcoming fiscal report on the Summit Park Hospital could be delayed due to disagreements between the firm handling the audit, and an increasingly frustrated County Legislature. KPMG, the firm auditing the hospital’s finances in preparation for its upcoming privatization, notified the county […]

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