The Piermontian Mayor of Montebello

The longtime mayor of Montebello Jeffrey Oppenheim currently resides in Piermont in a home he’s purchased. The mayor confirmed he has no firm commitment to move back to the village he governs. Oppenheim was forced to move for personal reasons and many of his personal possessions remain in his Montebello home, giving him a legal […]


BY CAROL MCILMURRAY   NEW CITY- Likely Santeria artifacts found by Rockland Sherriff’s bomb squad in a suspicious package at the County Courthouse have been deemed to be “left intentionally to cause fear and alarm.” The ritualistic parcel was found the day before Thanksgiving directly facing the front door of the justice hall near a […]

Unsung Heroes: Mr. Gultz Does for Others with a Hug and a Smile

Unsung Heroes: Mr. Gultz Does for Others with a Hug and a Smile

BY JANIE ROSMAN          While Harvey Gultz and his wife Norma have called Chestnut Ridge home for nearly 40 years (since March 1976), he has another home within his heart, this as a volunteer. Gultz, a Vietnam War veteran, stocks the food pantry shelves at Rockland Independent Living Center in New City […]

Three-Peat for Crowne Plaza Suffern-Mahwah

Three-Peat for Crowne Plaza Suffern-Mahwah

Management at the Crowne Plaza Suffern-Mahwah were thrilled to win their third consecutive Torchbearer Award earlier this month. The award is considered the most distinguished  the Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) can honor one of their properties with. One of only 69 hotels within the Americas chosen from the IHG system of more than 4,600 hotels, […]

County Executive’s Corner: A Thanksgiving Wish

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on our blessings and look forward to new beginnings.  Each November, we pause to recall the events of the past year, remembering those who are no longer with us and celebrating the new lives and additions with which we are blessed.  It is […]

Rose Memorial Library to Hold Two Fundraisers

Stony Point’s Rose Memorial Library will hold two events next week to raise funds and to celebrate the re-opening of the library’s Children’s Room, which had been temporarily closed due to a flood.  Both Facebook event pages will have up to date information. 1.) Fundraiser at Lynch’s, December 3, 7 p.m.- the library will host a […]

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