College Sports Notebook

  Sayre blooms as rookie at Saint Rose Freshman forward Tyler Sayre of Garnerville has said that his dad, Jim, an assistant basketball coach under Joe Clinton of Pearl River at Dominican College, continues to make an impact in his life. Certainly, Jim the Elder — now in his sixth season with the Chargers following […]

Rockland County Legislature Approves Desalination Plant Hearings

BY MICHAEL RICONDA NEW CITY – The Rockland County Legislature voted Tuesday evening to request the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation schedule a hearing on United Water’s proposed desalination plant, as well as to reopen proceedings requiring United Water to develop water supply source plans. The vote came after public input from community […]

GOVERNOR CUOMO ANNOUNCES MORE THAN 16,000 NEW YORKERS HAVE USEED NEW ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION WEBSITE

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced last week that more than 16,000 New Yorkers have used the Department of Motor Vehicle’s (DMV) new online voter registration service. The initiative, announced August 16, streamlines DMV services by allowing New Yorkers to register to vote, or update their address or party enrollment, through a secure online site. Now, […]

SCHMITT CONCEDES

Editor, I would like to thank all residents of the 99th Assembly District that voted for me along with all of grassroots Team Schmitt family, friends, and supporters. Just a short while ago I conceded to my primary rival and wished him the best of luck as he proceeds to the general election. Despite seemingly […]

GILLIBRAND DUCKING DEBATES

To the Editor, With most New Yorkers’ attention focused on the presidential election, Senator Kirsten Gillibrand’s debate-ducking is flying under the radar. To date, Gillibrand’s opponent Wendy Long has accepted five separate debate requests while Kirsten Gillibrand has agreed to only one, which will only air in upstate New York and New York City, ignoring […]

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