Elhadji Gueye, CEO of Maison de Haj, is a thought leader who draws from his heritage and multicultural experiences in running his business. As current events and the global health crisis have made societal issues more evident, the fashion and design industries haven’t been spared from the ripple effect. On the contrary, these industries have […]
County Legislature Votes Unanimously To Approve Contract With Company Constructing New Lot Off Route 59 As work continues on the new park and ride lot nearing completion near the corner of Saddle River Road and Route 59 in Monsey, the Rockland County Legislature has backed the contract that will allow the finalization. “This is really […]
Submitted by Jeannine Rippa On Sunday, July 26, 2020, Most Reverend Gerardo J. Colacicco, Bishop – Archdiocese of New York, presided over the 10 a.m. mass at Presentation of Blessed Virgin Mary, Port Ewen.
By David Carlucci On July 26, 1990, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law. Few laws have affected the lives of so many Americans, and even fewer have made such sweeping positive change. Thirty years later, we credit the ADA for improving accessibility—requiring elevators, ramps, and curb cuts. We credit it for […]
Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert alert residents of increased rodent activity due to the recent COVID-19 restaurant and business closures. The temporary shutdown has caused an increasing need for rodents such as rats to become more aggressive in their behavior and find alternative food sources, which has […]
Rockland Refreshes! With summer now in full swing, warm weather and sunshine are encouraging people from near and far to visit Rockland County to safely enjoy food, fun, and adventure. The opening of the shared use path across the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge has opened Rockland to thousands more visitors every week. “Now […]