Another Year, Another Giant Pumpkin Grows in Sloatsburg

Another Year, Another Giant Pumpkin Grows in Sloatsburg

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 […]

SENATOR CARLUCCI, MAYOR WRIGHT ANNOUNCE SLOATSBURG MOBILE OFFICE HOURS

Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) and Sloatsburg Mayor Carl Wright will be hosting Mobile Office Hours on Saturday, March 9 from noon – 2 p.m. The event will be held at Sloatsburg Village Hall located at 96 Orange Turnpike, Sloatsburg. The Senator and the Mayor will have a table on hand to provide direct assistance to […]

Ramapo Hamlet ‘Walk Through History’

Ramapo Hamlet ‘Walk Through History’

   The Historical Society of Rockland County invites Rocklanders to a Ramapo Hamlet “Walk Through History” on March 9. The tour leaves the Ramapo Saltbox Environmental Research Center (ERC) at 10 a.m. This is a two-mile walk over level paved surface; 1.5 to 2 hours, with an opportunity for an extended visit at the Saltbox after the walk. […]

READER SAYS IT’S OBVIOUS THAT CUTS ARE NECESSARY

Dear Editor, With the county $100 million in debt we no longer have the luxury to decide to cut the budget or not. We must cut the budget and eliminate the duplication of services with in our county. From my personal observations Rockland County is well policed and of course that’s a good thing. We […]