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SUPERVISOR STEWART ADDRESSES HATE CRIME IN ORANGETOWN

Dear Neighbors, The Town of Orangetown has zero tolerance for hate crimes. As many of you are probably aware, a Pearl River family awoke on Sunday morning to discover that…

The Congressional Dodger

BY MICHAEL HULL FROM THE ROCKLAND VOICE Nita Lowey is dodging an October debate at the Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship Church in New City where WRCR hosted a very successful debate…

HI TOR MUSINGS

To the Editor, After greater than two years of a successful capital campaign by Don Franchino and his many volunteers, this BOD determined to over throw his efforts – for…

Five Lessons Politicians Should Learn from Derek Jeter

BY THOMAS J. BASILE At the risk of sounding overly sentimental, watching the Yankees captain step up to the plate at his last All-Star Game this week brought tears to…

Tuition Free NY is NOT Free

Assembly candidate Rich Cocchiara responds to James Skoufis’ so-called “tuition free” proposal Ask New Yorkers what they regard as the most daunting challenges facing New York and you will invariably…

Rembrandts of the Courtroom

BY DIANE DIMOND OK, by a show of hands, how many readers have actually sat inside a courtroom and watched a trial? Having been assigned to cover countless high-profile trials…

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