Former Nanuet Principal Adamantly Denies Harassment and Abuse Charges

Former Nanuet Principal Adamantly Denies Harassment and Abuse Charges

Former Nanuet High School Principal Vincent Carella told the Journal News he adamantly denies rape and sexual harassment allegations contained in a teacher’s $1 million claim against the school district. A notice of claim, which is a warning of an impending lawsuit, was filed against Carella and the Nanuet district last month, although an official […]

Nyack Farmers’ Market soon to move indoors

Nyack Farmers’ Market soon  to move indoors

Nyack’s Farmers’ Market has become more than veggies, breads and wines. There is also strolling entertainers, crafts for children and other surprises  are a regular part of its offerings every Thursday, rain or shine, next to the former Helen Hayes Theatre. After November 30, the Farmers’ Market will be moved indoors at the Nyack Center. “It’s pretty […]

New York State Parks Unveils Special Sale on the 2018 Annual Empire Pass Card

New York State Parks Unveils Special Sale on the 2018 Annual Empire Pass Card

The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks) earlier this month announced it is offering a 4 ½ -month sale on the 2018 annual Empire Pass Card. Currently available online only the 2018 Empire Pass Card is a better and more cost effective way to enjoy the more than 250 individual state parks, […]

Unsung Hero: Charles Prevot, Volunteer Firefighter, Haverstraw Fire Department

Unsung Hero: Charles Prevot, Volunteer Firefighter, Haverstraw Fire Department

BY BARRY WARNER Our Unsung Hero this week is Charles Prevot, volunteer captain and interior firefighter of the Lady Warren Hose Company #5, fire training instructor and chairman of the Rockland County Recruitment and Retention Committee. “A fire engine, also known as a fire pumper, carries many feet of fire hose, nozzles, hose couplings and […]