CPD: Child Injured by Fireworks

CPD: Child Injured by Fireworks

REPORT FROM CLARKSTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT On July 4, 2018 at approximately 9:25 p.m. the Clarkstown Police Department responded to Demarest Mill Rd. in West Nyack for a report of a child injured by fireworks. Responding patrol units arrived at the scene and encountered an 8 year old male with an injury below his eye. Nanuet Volunteer […]

SUEZ PROMOTES SUMMER CONSERVATION PROGRAM TO HELP CUSTOMERS SAVE WATER AND MONEY

SUEZ PROMOTES SUMMER CONSERVATION PROGRAM TO HELP CUSTOMERS SAVE WATER AND MONEY

Customers can participate to preserve resources with lawn watering program   SUEZ announced today that it is again offering a complimentary lawn watering education program called Evapotranspiration for customers in New York, Delaware and South Jersey.   Evapotranspiration (ET) is a measure of water loss from soil through evaporation and moisture loss from plant life […]

Unsung Hero: Diane France, Volunteer Firefighter, Suffern Hose Company #1

Unsung Hero: Diane France, Volunteer Firefighter, Suffern Hose Company #1

BY BARRY WARNER Firefighters who fight structure fires have to deal with an additional challenge this week: the excessive heat wave. Firefighters wear heavy turnout gear that makes it difficult to stay cool. They have to be fully encapsulated with no area of skin exposed to blistering temperatures. Through mutual-aid or agreement with other departments, […]

PACE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR FROM NEW CITY HONORED WITH GREATEST PUBLIC SERVICE BY AN EMPLOYEE AWARD BY JEFFERSON FOUNDATION

PACE UNIVERSITY PROFESSOR FROM NEW CITY HONORED WITH GREATEST PUBLIC SERVICE BY AN EMPLOYEE AWARD BY JEFFERSON FOUNDATION

Pace University Professor Kimberly Collica-Cox, PhD, a resident of New City, was honored on June 28 at the National Ceremony of the Jefferson Awards Foundation in Washington, D.C., in the category of Greatest Public Service by an Employee.  The Jefferson Awards Foundation is the nation’s most prestigious and longest-standing organization dedicated to inspiring and celebrating public service. “Recognizing […]

VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK: Kyle O’Grady, President of the North Rockland HS Interact Club

VOLUNTEER OF THE WEEK: Kyle O’Grady, President of the North Rockland HS Interact Club

BY BARRY WARNER The purpose of the North Rockland High School Interact Club, sponsored by the nonprofit North Rockland Rotary, is to provide opportunities for young people to work together in a world fellowship dedicated to service and international understanding. The goals of Interact are “to recognize and develop constructive leadership and personal integrity.” The […]

ANOTHER FIRST: Tuohy wins Gatorade Athlete of the Year award in two sports

ANOTHER FIRST: Tuohy wins Gatorade Athlete of the Year award in two sports

BY JON CALIXTE  On Tuesday, North Rockland High School star athlete, sophomore Katelyn Tuohy, was awarded the 2017-2018 Gatorade National Girls Track & Field Athlete of the Year  just two weeks after breaking the high school’s girl national mile record; running a time of 4:33.87.  Tuohy is the first athlete in history to win the […]