Deputy Mayor of Airmont Resigns, Village Amends Noise Ordinance and Repeals Overnight Parking Ban

Deputy Mayor of Airmont Resigns, Village Amends Noise Ordinance and Repeals Overnight Parking Ban

  An in-person meeting that attracted an overflow crowd last month and had been rescheduled for Monday, October 4 went on as planned– only this time, the in-person meeting turned into an online Zoom conference. Hundreds of residents who called in got to look at the glum faces—and not much else—of the mayor and trustees. […]

Wonder Girls Wellness Day Raises $5,000 for Scholarships/Education

Wonder Girls Wellness Day Raises $5,000 for Scholarships/Education

Wonder Girls’ recent Wellness Day at Varsity House in Orangeburg offered an informative and fun-filled wellness campaign/ fitness fundraiser that helped raise $5,000 for scholarships and educational programming. The three-hour in-person fitness fundraiser, sponsored by Goya Foods, helped raise awareness of the importance of self-care, healthy eating and exercise. Fitness and stretch workshops led by […]

Fatal Car Accident on Route 9W

Fatal Car Accident on Route 9W

On Friday, September 24, 2021, at approximately 11:45pm, officers from the Clarkstown Police Department responded to the area of Lake Rd and Rt 9W in Congers, for reports of a one vehicle accident with injuries. Officers arriving at the scene discovered an overturned vehicle that had struck a utility pole. The vehicle was occupied by […]

Suffern Street Fair a Sunsation

Suffern Street Fair a Sunsation

    There’s no better advertisement than food, fun, crafts and music to draw a crowd. Throw in sunny skies and comfortable temperatures, and you’ve got all the makings of a successful venue. Those key ingredients helped Suffern to put on its end-of-summer street fair, one that drew hundreds to Lafayette Avenue on September 18. […]