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Kudos for the Courtroom Artist

BY DIANE DIMOND In the wake of “Deflategate” (or whatever they’re calling the controversy surrounding New England quarterback Tom Brady these days) and then “Sketchgate,” I think it’s time to…

The County Executive’s Corner: A Legacy of Safety

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day I’ve talked recently with several county residents about the tragic accident that took the life of a Congers bicyclist on August 16th. Edward Brophy,…

DiNAPOLI OP-ED: NEW YORK SHOULD OPT INTO PUBLIC FINANCING OF ELECTIONS

New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s op-ed, “New York Should Opt into Public Financing of Elections” was published in The Albany Times Union this week, urging the state Legislature…

IGNORANCE OF MENTAL ILLNESS IN THE COURT SYSTEM; A ROCKLANDER SPEAKS OUT

To the Editor, Sadly, most if not all news outlets, courts, judges, staff, police departments don’t comprehend that mental abuse similar to domestic violence can be perpetrated not only by…

The County Executive’s Corner: Moving Ahead With Summit Park

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day As many of you already know, the herculean task of transferring ownership of Summit Park entered its final stages this month. On Thursday, August…

New York Still Vulnerable 12 Years After Historic Blackout

Op-ed by Rob DiFrancesco For 45 million people in eight Northeastern states and parts of Canada, August 14, 2003 proved just how crucial it is to have reliable electric power.…

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