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Rockland County Represents at Comic-Con

BY MICHAEL CAHILL Popularity of event is surging Last weekend, the geek bat signal shown brightly over New York City’s Jacob Javits Convention Center, as thousands of people flocked to…

Conservative Party Challenger Accuses New Chairman of Voter Fraud

BY MICHAEL RICONDA The Rockland County Conservative Party’s September 26, 7:30 p.m. convention at the New City Town Hall continues to be marred by controversy, including claims of dishonesty, a…

Emmy Laybourne Visits the Apocalypse

Chestnut Ridge mom Emmy Laybourne visits the apocalypse in her highly acclaimed YA novel, “Monument 14.” Fourteen young people fight to survive a chemical disaster by sheltering in a superstore.…

ENGEL ANNOUNCES GRANT FOR STORM CLEANUP

Congressman Eliot Engel announced last week that the U.S. Department of Labor awarded a $5,790,739 National Emergency Grant (NEG) to the New York State Department of Labor to pay for…

Plenty of Primary Day Drama in Rockland County and New York

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF There was a fair amount of action and controversy this past week in Rockland County on Primary Day, September 13. For starters, turnout was low and the…

Confusion in Charlotte

Woops! While saluting our men and women in the armed forces at last week’s Democratic National Convention, the party of Jefferson accidentally (we presume) showed video footage of Russian warships…

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