Proposed Solutions to Community College Chargebacks

Rockland County Legislator Ed Day announced Wednesday morning, a five-point plan for addressing the issue of community college chargebacks in Rockland County. Fellow county legislator Cris Carey, Stony Point Town Councilwoman Luanna Konopko, and Orangetown Councilman Paul Valentine, joined Day for the announcement. Earlier this year, the county government, voted to pass $1.8 million in […]

VETERANS RECOGNIZED ACROSS ROCKLAND COUNTY

VETERANS RECOGNIZED ACROSS ROCKLAND COUNTY

BY MICHAEL CAHILL Veterans Day festivities honor those who have bravely served United States Rockland County got into the sprit of Veterans Day this week with two displays showcasing different aspects of veteran life. In Garnerville, the King’s Daughter Library is hosting a display of photographs, documents, and other items, covering World War II, Korea, […]

Introducing the Rockland County Times Newest Feature — College Sports Notebook with Marc Maturo

  The Rockland County Times today introduces our College Sports Notebook, compiled by veteran sports writer and columnist Marc Maturo, who is a lifetime member of the Baseball Writers Association of America (BBWAA) and former president of the International Boxing Writers Association (IBWA). Maturo urges anyone connected with the collegiate sports scene to keep him […]

9/11 Memorial at RCC to Feature Sculpture

9/11 Memorial at RCC to Feature Sculpture

On this 11th anniversary, Rockland Community College invites the public to join in dedicating a new 9/11 Memorial Garden. The garden is intended as a place of quiet reflection, dedicated to those who perished in the attacks on September 11, 2001, and to honor all who serve to keep America safe. The one hour outdoor […]

September 11, 2012 Memorial Ceremonies in Rockland

Eleven years ago, on September 11, 2001, the United States was attacked when hijakers crashed a plane into the north tower of the World Trade Center in New York City at 8:46 a.m. At 9:03 a.m., another plane collided into the south tower. At 9:37 a.m., a third plane then crashed into the Pentagon building. […]

Cyber Hacking and Espionage – Not Sci-Fi, An Actual Threat

Cyber Hacking and Espionage – Not Sci-Fi, An Actual Threat

BY SARA GILBERT The Rockland Business Association and Federal Bureau of Investigation hosted a special training session to help prevent and deter losses associated with online hacking and espionage on Wednesday, June 13 at Rockland Community College in Suffern. “The issue here is real,” said RBA President Al Samuel. “On an elementary level there are […]