MAYOR JASMIN PULLS A SHOCKER

MAYOR JASMIN PULLS A SHOCKER

Spring Valley Mayor Noramie Jasmin pulled a risky political move against a critic of hers on the town board, playing live on WRCR radio an audio recording of him that he did not know she had. The subject of her wrath was Trustee Anthony Leon, who voted down the village’s budget and harshly criticized the […]

Copper Wire Theft Alleged Against Stony Point Man

Copper Wire Theft Alleged Against Stony Point Man

On February 22, 2012 the Clarkstown Police reported a burglary at the Orange & Rockland Utility sub station 195 Rt. 59 West Nyack. Approximately 2,592 linear feet of copper wire valued at approximately $50,000 was taken. Through an extensive investigation on March 28, 2012 Joseph Squillante, age 47, from Stony Point was arrested by the […]

Clarkstown Crime Report

Driving While Intoxicated 4/14/12 On April 14, 2012 at approximately 4:30 p.m. the Clarkstown Police responded to Peterson’s Boatyard Upper Nyack on a report of a motor vehicle accident. The complainant (witness) reported he observed a vehicle traveling a high rate of speed from the pier, loose control of his vehicle and struck a boat […]

Eccher Park Gets an Earth Day Makeover

Eccher Park Gets an Earth Day Makeover

BY DIANA BIERMAN Community comes together to restore park’s hurricane damage On Sunday afternoon, Stony Point’s Eccher Park came alive with volunteers from five different counties who came to help restore the damage Hurricane Irene wreaked back in August. Each year the Starbucks in New City hosts an Earth Day event. Coming off a successful […]

Stony Point’s Pyngyp School Being Restored

Stony Point’s historic Pyngyp School is being restored by a dedicated group of volunteers who are holding a series of publicity and fund raising events this year to continue the progress they have already made. The Pyngyp Schoolhouse was built more than a century ago, one of nearly 100 such crude one-room wooden schoolhouses that […]

Mental Health Associate Dedicated New Building

Mental Health Associate Dedicated New Building

BY ALLEN GOLDSTEIN The culmination of a long sought dream came to fruition last Sunday when the Mental Health Association of Rockland County (MHA) dedicated its new home in Valley Cottage. Threatening skies did not deter a large group of attendees who came to pay tribute to the namesake of the center, Senator Thomas P. […]