Best Practices for Combating Teen Drug Abuse

Best Practices for Combating Teen Drug Abuse

It is something no parent wants to think about. Unfortunately, teens across the country struggle with drug abuse. It is a serious problem that must be addressed. The good news is that you can take direct action. The most effective preventive measures start at home. Prevent your teen from going down a troubled path by […]

7 Decking Trends in 2019

7 Decking Trends in 2019

As the design trends of 2019 continue to evolve, an increasing number of people are directing their focus outside. This year more than ever, trendsetters are striving to ensure that the outsides of their homes as beautiful as the insides are. If you’re looking to improve your deck this year and create a space where […]

Ombudsman Alert: AUTO CYBERATTACKS COULD KILL THOUSANDS!

Ombudsman Alert: AUTO CYBERATTACKS COULD KILL THOUSANDS!

BY DR. LOUIS ALPERT Ombudsman Quoting from the Detroit Free Press, which was our source for our July 18 article “HEADLIGHTS MUST LEAVE THE DARK AGES:PART II,” we will now discuss the vulnerabilities presented to the auto driver who opted to connect the operation of his vehicle to the internet. From Detroit Free Press: “Experts […]

2019 Summer STEAM Camps for Middle School Students at St. Thomas Aquinas College

2019 Summer STEAM Camps for Middle School Students at St. Thomas Aquinas College

By Barry Warner STEAM summer camps are designed to teach science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics to students in a fun and engaging way. These activities will enable campers to have a meaningful introduction to some of the fundamental principles of science and engineering, improve their critical and computational thinking abilities and advance their teamwork […]

Skoufis and Zebrowski Announce Enactment of Harper’s Law

Skoufis and Zebrowski Announce Enactment of Harper’s Law

Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) stood with Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski (D-Rockland), Monroe Town Supervisor Anthony Cardone, and Aaron Fried, Harper’s father and co-founder of HarperSmiles, to announce the Governor has signed Harper’s Law. Harper’s Law, named after Harper Fried, requires that retailers selling new furniture over 27 inches tall must contain a tip restraint device […]

Tomato Troubles

Tomato Troubles

By Melinda Myers You have waited all season for that first red ripe tomato only to discover less-than-perfect fruit. But don’t worry, you can still have a great harvest this year while improving things for next season. Blossom end rot is a common problem. It’s due to a calcium deficiency often caused by fluctuations in […]

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