Historic marker placed at old site of 914 Studios in Blauvelt

Historic marker placed at old site of 914 Studios in Blauvelt

BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR   Rockland’s most famous rock n’ roll studio was honored Thursday, August 18 with the unveiling of a historical marker on Route 303 in Blauvelt. Where the world-famous 914 Sound Recording Studios once stood, a humble car detail and auto repair shop now exists. Until last week, there was nothing but memories […]

TODAY: Carlucci and RCC Team Up to Host Fifth Annual “Senior Fair”

TODAY: Carlucci and RCC Team Up to Host Fifth Annual “Senior Fair”

Over 130 vendors will be in attendance to offer important information to seniors on important resources in the community PRESS RELEASE Senator David Carlucci (D- Rockland/Westchester) invites senior citizens to attend the Rockland County Senior Fair today, Thursday, August 25 at the Rockland Community College Fieldhouse. Speakers at the event include Senator David Carlucci, Congresswoman Nita […]

Annual Haverstraw Air Show wows spectators at Riverview Park

Annual Haverstraw Air Show wows spectators at Riverview Park

PHOTOS PROVIDED BY THE TOWN OF HAVERSTRAW It’s a bird, it’s a plane…yes, it’s a plane. A model airplane to be exact. The seventh annual Town of Haverstraw Air Show was held Saturday, August 20 at the Haverstraw Scenic Hudson Riverview Park off of Beach Road, once again organized by the Hudson Valley Radio Control Club (HVRCC). The […]

Crime Report 8/25/16

Crime Report 8/25/16

Stony Point: Windshield Smashed On Aug. 21, 2016 the Stony Point Police Department arrested Karin E. Neyra, 41, of Haverstraw, New York for third-degree criminal mischief. Neyra was arrested following an investigation where she allegedly intentionally damaged a windshield by smashing it out with a large rock after a brief verbal and physical dispute. She […]

Town of Clarkstown Holds Back to School Drive

(New City, NY) – Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann announced that the Town of Clarkstown is participating in a back to school drive through Thursday, September 1.  The back to school drive will help three local not-for-profit organizations Advocating for Change, Inc., People to People, and Rockland Independent Living Center distribute supplies to students before the start […]

New Clarkstown School District Superintendent is Pursuing an Aggressive Agenda for 2016-2017

New Clarkstown School District Superintendent is Pursuing an Aggressive Agenda for 2016-2017

By Barry Warner This summer, Martin D. Cox took command of the Clarkstown schools, Rockland’s largest K-12 district consisting of 8,000 students dispersed across nine elementary schools, one middle school and two high schools. He has spent over a decade in leadership positions, most recently serving as Superintendent of the Sodus Central School District in […]

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