Rockland Youth Orchestra (RYO) has announced two new groups for its ninth season. Literature to be explored during season nine with RYO Appassionata includes “Allegro in D Major” by Vivaldi/Frackenpohl, “Rainy Days” by Yukiko Nishimura, “MacPherson’s Lament” by Marshall/Dean, and “Symphony # 1 in D Major – Second Movement” – by Mahler/Dackow. Literature to be explored […]
Andy Loughlin is the newest lieutenant of the Suffern Police Department. A sergeant since 2014, he has served in the Suffern PD since 2008. Prior to serving in Suffern, Loughlin was an officer in the Monroe Police Department in Orange County.
The unofficial ombudsman of the Town of Ramapo and last standing knight of Monsey’s old guard, Robert Romanowski, continues his year-long quest to get the the town to fix its beautiful, new clocks. Over a year ago the town invested in beautification, including numerous tall public clocks, but as it turned out the watch workers […]
This Saturday night, 6:30 p.m. at Patriot Hills Club the North Rockland Sports Hall of Fame will induct Rich Pesci, 1969-72 North Rockland football player and wrestler, Andrew Pappalardo, All-State Football Player at NRHS and Temple University lineman, Desiree Hobbs, all-around athlete at NRHS, Darren Luzon, Dave Dominguez, Cedric Dawkins, The 1993 NYS Championship Football […]
The First Presbyterian Church at the corner of West Main and Church St., Stony Point held its last service on Christmas Eve 2017, parishioners informed the Rockland County Times. The “Presbytery” conducted a final closing service on Sunday, January 7, 2018. One former member of the congregation said, “The church has a fascinating religious past. […]
BY BARRY WARNER The Rockland Community College [RCC] Food Cupboard is part of the county’s safety net for those in need. “The Rockland Community College (RCC) Food Cupboard has been a safeguard for students in challenging circumstances. Students with a self-identified food need can carefully select items from the Cupboard and place them in a […]