Nanuet’s “Crazy Uncle” Seeks to Finally Win School Board Election

Scott Walters says he has some remedies for what ails the school system BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Scott Walters is running for a spot on the Nanuet School Board for the sixth time in nine years. That would mean he’s earned the dreaded designation of “perennial candidate.” Will 2012 mark a turnaround for the father of […]

Clarkstown Board Candidates Stake Out Their Positions

Clarkstown Board Candidates Stake Out Their Positions

Clarkstown Taxpayers host candidates forum BY ALLAN GOLDSTEIN Candidates seeking to secure a seat on the Clarkstown School Board faced local residents last Thursday evening in the Nanuet Library.  The event was sponsored by the Clarkstown Taxpayers and drew an audience numbering close to 75 attendees Voters go to the polls on May 15 at which […]

Popular Carnival Falls Dead in Pomona

Popular Carnival Falls Dead in Pomona

BY DYLAN SKRILOFF Dreamland Amusements can no longer stage their once popular biannual carnival in the parking lot of the Nanuet Mall due to construction there, so they moved the location to the parking lot of Provident Bank Park. So far, it’s not working out, organizers have told the Rockland County Times. People cannot see […]

Miele’s Musings — Revisiting the Village

Years ago, there was a movement to incorporate Nanuet into a village. Concerns included better control of the local tax base for planning and development, which would benefit the quality of life, health, and welfare of all Nanuet residents. I think now is the time to revive this movement. For many years, the unincorporated hamlet […]

Nanuet Restaurant Turns 50!

Nanuet Restaurant Turns 50!

BY MICHAEL CAHILL A food staple of Nanuet, the Nanuet Restaurant is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week. The Nanuet Restaurant, on Main Street in downtown Nanuet, was founded in 1952 and used to be located at the Nanuet Hotel a little further up Main Street. Founder and late owner Frank Delcia moved the restaurant […]

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 […]