LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thank you to all of our local law enforcement for their professionalism

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Thank you to all of our local law enforcement for their professionalism

To the Editor, Saturday’s planned march over the so-called Cuomo Bridge was absurd to say the least. Thankfully the response by our New York State Police assisted by local departments in Westchester and Rockland maintained law and order without anyone being injured. The recent anti-law enforcement sentiment being put out by the group who organized […]

ROCKLAND P.L.U.S. 2018

ROCKLAND P.L.U.S. 2018

Rockland Youth and Professionals Come Together to Plan for Sustainable Communities in Rockland How do we build economically and socially vibrant communities we where we will want to live and work?  How can we plan for development that addresses the critical need to conserve water, save energy, and reduce the fossil fuel emissions that are contributing […]

Pro-pot trend has anti-drug activists concerned: Presentation at Nyack Center to focus on danger marijuana can pose to teenagers

Pro-pot trend has anti-drug activists concerned: Presentation at Nyack Center to focus on danger marijuana can pose to teenagers

Our Communities Against Drug Abuse (OCADA) of the Nyacks and Valley Cottage will hold an event March 15, 6:30 p.m. at the Nyack Center that will cut against the societal trend toward acceptance of recreational use of marijuana, especially among the young. The free event for parents and teens “Shattering the Myths: Marijuana and the Teenage Brain,” […]

County Executive’s Corner: “Rockland Renaissance”

County Executive’s Corner: “Rockland Renaissance”

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 […]