Man Who Warned Investors Now at Heart of Investigation

Man Who Warned Investors Now at Heart of Investigation

After a Pearl River hedge-fund operator was snagged for a Ponzi scheme years ago, Hector May, owner of a New City investment firm, warned investors to be even more careful when choosing someone to manage their finances.  When James Nicholson was arrested in 2009, May warned, “but before you invest a million dollars, you do your […]

A $10,000 Prize Will Help Muhlenberg Student Valerie Weisler of New City Build Her Teen-Empowerment Organization

A $10,000 Prize Will Help Muhlenberg Student Valerie Weisler of New City Build Her Teen-Empowerment Organization

Muhlenberg College student Valerie Weisler of New City is one of the 10 recipients of L’Oreal Paris’ 2017 Women of Worth awards. The college sophomore will receive $10,000 to support her teen-empowerment organization, The Validation Project. Weisler says The Validation Project is focused on “showing teens that they have worth.” That’s been her focus since […]

Dinner is Served: New City Kosher Deli

BY COL. ANDREW J. SMITH Today I had a taste for something different: Kosher Deli. I remember so well the Maxi City Deli at the old Bradlees shopping center in New City, which, I suppose, I must use as a template for Kosher food. So I opted for the New City Kosher Deli on Main […]

UNSUNG HEROES: Richard Willows, Volunteer Captain and Training Officer of the New City Fire Engine Company No. 1

UNSUNG HEROES: Richard Willows, Volunteer Captain and Training Officer of the New City Fire Engine Company No. 1

BY BARRY WARNER Our Unsung Hero this week is Richard Willows, Volunteer Captain and Training Officer of the New City Fire Engine Company No. 1 and member of the Rockland Regional Technical Rescue Team. The volunteer training officer plays an essential part in the success and safety of everyone in the department. Continuing education is […]

County Executive’s Corner: Putting Rockland on the Map

County Executive’s Corner: Putting Rockland on the Map

  By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Here it is, the middle of August – the very dog days of summer when many people go on vacation. Rockland residents traditionally scatter for R&R to such favorite locations as the Jersey Shore, the Outer Banks, the Adirondacks and other places. This year as people prepare to […]

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