No Word Yet on Cause of Evergreen Adult Home Inferno

No Word Yet on Cause of Evergreen Adult Home Inferno

Firefighter Jared Lloyd of Spring Valley’s Columbian Fire Company has not been forgotten, as anxious residents who live on Lafayette Street and across Rockland County await the verdict on the inferno that consumed the Evergreen Nursing Home for Adults on Tuesday morning, March 23. There has been an ongoing criminal investigation since the three-story, block […]

Town of Newburgh Opening First Electronic Gaming Casino in State: First Video Lottery Terminal Location for New York will be Located in Orange County

Town of Newburgh Opening First Electronic Gaming Casino in State: First Video Lottery Terminal Location for New York will be Located in Orange County

Get ready to get your game on. On Monday evening, May 24, Town of Newburgh board members unanimously approved the first electronic video gaming casino in New York State to be located in the Newburgh Mall. It is the first—but certainly not the last—of VLT parlors to come to the Empire State. Situated at the […]

Airmont Planners Consider Massive Religious Cemetery

Airmont Planners Consider Massive Religious Cemetery

Back in 1991, 9,000 town residents created the Village of Airmont to preserve their semi-rural neighborhoods from overdevelopment, traffic and pollution and to ensure enough water to sustain them. It’s one of many village and hamlets dotting New York’s landscape, and Rockland residents have a front-row seat to see how easily they can be swallowed […]

Concerns Over Future of Town Property Goes to Referendum: Stony Point residents will vote to retain or sell its Patriot Hills Golf Course

Concerns Over Future of Town Property Goes to Referendum: Stony Point residents will vote to retain or sell its Patriot Hills Golf Course

The recent contract signed by Stony Point and Patriot Hills, LLC to sell the town’s municipal golf course has become a flash point, one that will soon be settled by a town wide referendum. This is also an election year, and voters will be going to the polls to re-elect incumbent Jim Monaghan, a Republican […]

Public Hearing on Eagle Bay Brings Out Current, Future Concerns for Stony Point Waterfront

Public Hearing on Eagle Bay Brings Out Current, Future Concerns for Stony Point Waterfront

  Almost a decade after residential housing was first proposed for Stony Point’s waterfront, the public hearing for site plan approval for Eagle Bay commenced Thursday evening, April 22, via teleconference. Residents who spoke expressed unhappiness with the size and scope of the project. Most felt the 17 acres of dry land Eagle Bay is […]