BY BARRY WARNER Firefighters are exposed to the most hazardous of situations and greatest risk activities during emergency scene operations. To ensure that firefighters do not become victims, the Assistant Chief as Incident Commander must engage in the operations, recognize the hazards and address them in a proactive manner. “The working fire is a dynamic […]
BY CAROL MCILMURRAY Golden Krust’s present deal to build its world-wide headquarters in Blauvelt, NY might to be in limbo after CEO Lowell Hawthorne’s death on Saturday. CEO Lowell Hawthorne, whom authorities believe killed himself, had purchased land in Rockland and begun talks for tax breaks to build a $37.2 million headquarters to house legal, sales, […]
U.S. Air Force Airman Jayson E. Thibert graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four […]
Dylan, There’s too much taxation and gun control in New York for my liking anymore. Here in Pennsylvania, I can put the three rounds Herr Cuomo stole from me back in my mag and go buy an AR-15. Yeah, he’s making New York State safer… said no reasonable person ever! Even Kahr Arms moved to […]
Orangetown’s new Stop & Shop on Rt. 303 hosted a ribbon-cutting June 7. The supermarket donated to local causes, including the police, Goodwill and the Blauvelt Lions Club, as a goodwill gesture.
State pays construction, town does maintenance BY ROBERT KNIGHT CITY EDITOR ROCKLAND COUNTY TIMES The Town of Orangetown is partnering with the New York State Department of Transportation to extend the town’s pioneering Joseph B. Clarke Rail-Trail from Orangeburg to a new northern terminus in Blauvelt, adding another 1.6 miles to the popular recreational facility. […]