State Police Search for Fraud in Evergreen Inferno: Mayor Declines to Comment

State Police Search for Fraud in Evergreen Inferno: Mayor Declines to Comment

State police, armed with a search warrant, arrived at Spring Valley Village Hall on June 23. It was reported that investigators are searching for fraudulent documents in connection to the March 23 Evergreen fire that killed firefighter Jared Lloyd and a resident. All officials on the scene declined to comment on the investigation. One official […]

New York Lifts Covid-19 Restrictions: 70 Percent Received First Vaccine Dose

New York Lifts Covid-19 Restrictions: 70 Percent Received First Vaccine Dose

A long awaited sense of normalcy is finally returning to most New Yorkers. On June 15, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that as 70 percent of adults in the state received their first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine, restrictions have now been lifted. “Congratulations to New Yorkers because they are the ones who did it,” said […]

Nyack Resident to Compete in Tokyo Olympics

Nyack Resident to Compete in Tokyo Olympics

The Rockland Rowing Association recently announced that Charlotte Buck, of Nyack, was selected to the U.S. National Rowing Team. She will be competing in the women’s eight-person race in Tokyo. Buck began rowing with the Rockland Rowing Association during her transition from Nyack High School to Columbia University. She went on to captain her team […]