BY LILA SCHONFELD AND MONTY LANS If you’re amongst the millions of people that want to eat healthier in 2018 but wish you didn’t have to sacrifice delicious food in the process, then you’re in luck! As of January 18, 2018, B. GOOD Food with Roots has officially made a home right here in Rockland […]
By Rockland County Executive Ed Day We have spent the last 4 years fighting our way back from the brink of bankruptcy. We have paid off the $138 million deficit, that existed when I took office, much faster than anyone thought possible. The renaissance of Rockland County is well underway. Today we take our next […]
Former Nanuet High School Principal Vincent Carella told the Journal News he adamantly denies rape and sexual harassment allegations contained in a teacher’s $1 million claim against the school district. A notice of claim, which is a warning of an impending lawsuit, was filed against Carella and the Nanuet district last month, although an official […]
To the Editor, In response to the Nov. 16 article regarding the possibility of a Nyack trolley, I would like to suggest that this return to “trolley” service to Rockland villages is an excellent idea and should be expanded to include other adjacent villages and hamlets such as Pearl River, Nanuet and Piermont. Please give […]
BY JONATHAN CALIXTE On Tuesday, November 28 students at St. Thomas Aquinas College hosted an event at Growler & Gill in Nanuet to help donate to People to People and join the Global #GivingTuesday Movement. The St. Thomas Aquinas College public relations course that hosted the event collectively accumulated $2,045. STAC Junior Stephanie Gorman, a […]
The Oscar Meyer Weinermobile was photographed lurking outside the Nanuet Macy’s Wednesday evening. The stretched out wagon delights the public by day but its after dark activities are rarely reported upon.