Suffern High School Senior Garrett Nicholson wanted to make a contribution to the memory of America’s men and women in uniform. For his Eagle Scout project, the Troop 2146 member built a paved walkway in the Valley of Heroes at the Village of Sloatsburg Community Fields. The “Heroes Walk” leads to two monuments honoring World […]
New housing, businesses, waking up sleepy Main Street By Kathy Kahn The NYS Department of Transportation held a public workshop for Sloatsburg residents on April 27, presenting two options for the repurposing of Route 17, the village’s major thoroughfare. Its first workshop, held in January, drew over 150 residents discussing ways to make Route 17 […]
Miracle Needed- St. Joseph’s Adult Care Home’s Building Expansion Project in Sloatsburg is in Jeopardy!
BY BARRY WARNER St. Joseph’s Adult Care Home is a nonprofit facility that is owned and operated by Sisters Servants of Mary Immaculate for 75 years. The Byzantine Catholic Order home accommodates 31 residents, who are men and women from all walks of life, including aging retired health-challenged Nuns and Priests. Its primary aim is […]
It’s been a tough year for growing pumpkins in Sloatburg for the award-winning Uline family. Patriarch Brian Uline explains, “It was a weird season weather wise. The tomatoes did well, though.” Nonetheless, this year the Ulines grew two 200-250 lb. pumpkins and two 150 lb. pumpkins. Daughter Samantha, 16, is sitting on top of the […]
Heather Barr of Sloatsburg, recent SUNY New Paltz graduate
The Town of Ramapo has announced that a local version of “Antiques Roadshow” will be held at the Town of Ramapo’s Historic Harmony Hall (Jacob Sloat House) on Saturday, April 27, from 2 to 5 p.m. Renowned appraiser Kenneth J. Linsner, A.S.A., will evaluate up to three items for a donation of $20.00 to the […]