Volunteers of the Week: St. Thomas Aquinas College Students Participate in ‘Spring Day of Caring’ @ United Hospice of Rockland

Volunteers of the Week: St. Thomas Aquinas College Students Participate in ‘Spring Day of Caring’ @ United Hospice of Rockland

BY BARRY WARNER On Friday, April 20, 2018 the United Way of Rockland’s ‘Spring Day of Caring’ brought together more than 300 volunteers to complete essential projects for Rockland County’s nonprofit health and human service providers. The completion of these projects empowered the community services to better serve thousands of people. Celebrated as the largest […]

TZ NAME CHANGE WOULD HAVE NEVER PASSED ON ITS OWN

TZ NAME CHANGE WOULD HAVE NEVER PASSED ON ITS OWN

To the Editor, I’m sure the renaming of the Tappan Zee Bridge would have never come close to passing on its own merits. There was and is no reason to change the name of the bridge! Are we going to change Tappan Zee High School to match it? Andrew Cuomo ran HUD; let him name […]

Clarkstown Launches Military Tribute Banner Program Across Town of Clarkstown

Clarkstown Launches Military Tribute Banner Program Across Town of Clarkstown

TOWN PRESS RELEASE Clarkstown Supervisor George Hoehmann announced the town-wide launch of the 2018 Military Tribute Banner Program. The Town of Clarkstown first launched the program in 2016 to honor local veterans and those currently serving our nation in the United States Armed Forces. Residents or businesses can sponsor a veteran or active duty service […]

Nyack Native Serves with the U.S. Navy Half a World Away

Nyack Native Serves with the U.S. Navy Half a World Away

By Robert Zahn  YOKOSUKA, Japan- A Nyack, New York, native and 2015 Nyack High School graduate is serving in the U.S. Navy aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan. Petty Officer 3rd Class Joseph Tribuzio is a personnel specialist aboard the aircraft carrier operating out of Yokosuka, Japan.  A Navy personnel specialist is responsible for providing […]

Rockland’s first Repair Café is set to Debut May 6

Rockland’s first Repair Café is set to Debut May 6

Residents are encouraged to bring beloved broken items to the Nyack Center to be fixed, free of charge, by repair coaches The first-ever Rockland County “Repair Café” is scheduled for Sunday, May 6, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Nyack Center in downtown Nyack. Repair Cafés connect people who have broken items – usually ones […]

WINNERS OF THE ‘NAME THE LINEAR ACCELERATOR CONTEST’ ANNOUNCED

WINNERS OF THE ‘NAME THE LINEAR ACCELERATOR CONTEST’ ANNOUNCED

Good Samaritan Hospital announced the winners of the ‘Name the Linear Accelerator Contest’ on Wednesday April 18, 2018. More than 300 high school students from all over Rockland County submitted entries. Suffern High School’s Christina Tenore and Clarkstown North’s Gerrit Stech tied for the $750 first place award with the name ‘HERB’ (High Energy Radiation […]

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