THE OMBUDSMAN ALERT The “Eyes” Have It: Eye-tracking technology could help take the guesswork out of diagnosing brain injuries!!

THE OMBUDSMAN ALERT The “Eyes” Have It: Eye-tracking technology could help take the guesswork out of diagnosing brain injuries!!

DR. LOUIS ALPERT Ombudsman As an MIT alumnus who began his mathematics teaching career at the institute nearly 60 years ago, I have quoted from the “MIT Technology Review” at times when explaining issues, especially those on the cutting edge of science. Today, I reference the MIT Review’s article “Looking Concussion  In The Eye.” This […]

Carlucci’s Column: NJ Transit’s Service Cuts

Carlucci’s Column: NJ Transit’s Service Cuts

Hundreds of Rockland commuters depend on the New Jersey Transit trains to get to New York City, which is why I am demanding NJT keep express trains on the Pascack Valley Line. NJT said beginning on June 4th it will cut two of its four express service trains, while workers install Positive Train Control (PTC).  We all […]

Hometown Happenings: Rental Registry

Hometown Happenings: Rental Registry

By Supervisor George Hoehmann Since becoming Supervisor three years ago, one of my top priorities was to step up the enforcement of our Town Code, in order to protect our quality of life in Clarkstown. As part of that effort, we created the rental registry to ensure safe and legal apartments across Clarkstown. If you […]

TIMELINES 5/17/18

TIMELINES 5/17/18

Supreme Court Gives States Back Gambling Rules On Monday May 14, the U.S. Supreme Court expanded legalized betting on college and professional sports by striking down a federal law forbidding states from authorizing this type of gambling. Casino stocks rose as a result of this decision and sports team owners wondered about a future with […]

ART FESTIVAL REACHES 15TH YEAR

ART FESTIVAL REACHES 15TH YEAR

Photos from GarnerArtsCenter.com Garner Arts Festival is marking its 15th year this weekend.   One of Rockland’s major annual events, Garner Arts Festival bills itself as “The Lower Hudson Valley’s Premier Arts Festival” and estimates average attendance of 4 – 6,000 people to its Garnerville location, once a textile mill many decades ago and now a […]