Mets try to scratch back to .500 as they top division foes on road BY JOE RINI While recent Septembers for the New York Mets have been uneventful at best and cruel at their worst, late surges by the Mets in 1969 and 1973 propelled them to the World Series and a “miracle” World Series […]
BY VINCENT ABBATECOLA Michael Clarke Duncan, 54, passed away on September 3, 2012 after having complications due to a heart attack he suffered on July 13. He was born in Chicago, Illinois on December 10, 1957. He lived in a single-parent household with his sister, Judy, and mother, Jean. He attended Alcorn State University, where […]
Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern has announced an important announcement will be made Wednesday, September 12 regarding the formation of Hudson Health Partners, LLC, a major health alliance comprised of Bon Secours Charity Health System, Saint Francis Hospital and Health Centers and St. Luke’s Cornwall Hospital.
World-renowned Bluegrass fiddler Sue Cunningham and her band will headline at the Highlands Bluegrass Festival at the Harmony Hall~Jacob Sloat House in Sloatsburg on September 9 from 1-7 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Presented by the Town of Ramapo and the Friends of Harmony Hall~Jacob Sloat House, this outdoor annual festival is free, […]
Stony Point resident has America in stitches BY VINNY MURPHY As one of the top shows on television, NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” has been proving its title’s claim for seven seasons. With the current season nearing its end and the first group of final three competitors chosen, it appears something else has also been proven: […]
On this 11th anniversary, Rockland Community College invites the public to join in dedicating a new 9/11 Memorial Garden. The garden is intended as a place of quiet reflection, dedicated to those who perished in the attacks on September 11, 2001, and to honor all who serve to keep America safe. The one hour outdoor […]