Fatal Car Flip on Route 59

Fatal Car Flip on Route 59

UPDATE: Clarkstown Police have identified Michael Magee,25, as the sole victim of the accident.  At this time, the C.P.D. have not definitely determined any contributing factors to the crash. “We are saddened to have to report on yet another deadly vehicle accident here in Rockland County, our heartfelt condolences go out to the family and […]

Nyack Celebrates Its Pride

Nyack Celebrates Its Pride

Nyack’s Main Street was awash in Rainbow flags on Sunday as allies, advocates, and members of the LGBTQ community took to the streets to celebrate pride month. The “Pride Promenade”, which was postponed last year due to the pandemic, celebrated diversity in the community and offered a chance to honor nine Rocklanders who have been […]

Have You Seen This Bear?

Have You Seen This Bear?

On Sunday, a large black bear was spotted roaming around the neighborhood of South Congers Avenue before returning to its habitat without incident. As these sightings become more likely during the warmer weather, the Clarkstown Police Department is encouraging residents to keep garage doors and ground-floor windows closed at night, keep garbage, pet food and […]

New York School Districts Can Allow Students to Go Maskless Outdoors

New York School Districts Can Allow Students to Go Maskless Outdoors

    After a series of contradictory announcements from the state, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo  clarified on Monday that New York’s school districts can choose to lift the requirement that their students must wear masks outdoors. The Governor stated that the mask mandate will remain in place while students are still indoors. This change aligns […]