Nanuet native continues 75 years of Navy Seabee tradition

Nanuet native continues 75 years of Navy Seabee tradition

By Tim Miller Photo by Theodore Quintana SAN DIEGO – “We Build, We Fight” has been the motto of the U. S. Navy’s Construction Force, known as the “Seabees,” for the past 75 years. A 2010 Spring Valley High School graduate and Nanuet, New York, native builds and fights around the world as a member […]

Gunpoint robbery at Eric’s Deli on Maple Ave.

Gunpoint robbery at Eric’s Deli on Maple Ave.

The Saturday night graveyard shift at Eric’s Deli, 55 Maple Ave. in Spring Valley suddenly took a bad turn shortly after midnight December 17. Two masked men, one brandishing a gun, stormed the food shop, locked two employees and two customers in a storeroom and cleaned out the cash registers before fleeing southbound on Johnson St. in a small SUV, […]

Spring Valley Village Trustee Corruption Trial Continues

Spring Valley Village Trustee Corruption Trial Continues

Spring Valley village Trustee Vilair Fonvil, 54, denied stealing money from a summer camp program when he took the stand on Thursday during his public corruption trial. Prosecutors say Fonvil and co-defendant Jermika Depas used camp funds as a personal piggy bank, creating a $8,000 slush fund. Prosecutor Richard Kennison Moran argued that Fonvil and […]

SPANNING THE CENTURIES: CHESTNUT RIDGE/SOUTH SPRING VALLEY 1790-1970

SPANNING THE CENTURIES: CHESTNUT RIDGE/SOUTH SPRING VALLEY 1790-1970

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14 – Charter Bus Tour of Chestnut Ridge/South Spring Valley. Join the Rockland Historical Society as they explore Chestnut Ridge/South Spring Valley’s rich history. This eclectic area of Rockland may surprise you. Learn about Dog’s Head Rock, Dexter Park, Duryea Farm, the Three-Fold Community, and more. The tour guide will be Marie Monteagudo […]

SPRING VALLEY CO. CELEBRATES 50 YEARS

SPRING VALLEY CO. CELEBRATES 50 YEARS

Industrial coated abrasives manufacturer and distributor, Uneeda Enterprizes, Inc. of Spring Valley, marked its 50th anniversary this June.  Founded in 1967 by Herman Fuchs in the Bronx, Uneeda has grown from a fledgling startup to the largest independent abrasive converter in the United States. Led by its current president Bruce Fuchs, Uneeda employs over 100 employees and operates […]

Business as unusual continues as Delhomme continues to call the shots

Business as unusual continues as Delhomme continues to call the shots

BY KATHY KAHN A village with a history of mismanagement, discrimination and favoritism while former officials cool their heels in prison continues to be a charade that degrades. During the public portion of the meeting held on Tuesday, May 9, residents got up to speak during the public participation segment but were constantly reminded by […]

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