GETTING ORGANIZED: 800 show up at Nanuet High School for “CUPON” meeting

GETTING ORGANIZED: 800 show up at Nanuet High School for “CUPON” meeting

Concerns take hold following bid to purchase Grace Baptist BY JOE KUHN  PHOTO BY KATHY KAHN Last Thursday, Nanuet High School was the scene of an informational meeting held by Citizens United to Protect Our Neighborhood (CUPON) – a community organization dedicated to preventing illegal land-use practices and preserving local neighborhoods. Founded in 2016 by […]

TIMELINES: Week of January 17, 2019

TIMELINES: Week of January 17, 2019

Orangetown Police Investigate Suspicious Incident Involving Child From Orangetown PD/MidHudsonNews Orangetown Police are investigating an incident on Saturday, January 12 in which a van pulled up to a 10-year-old boy sitting on the curb in the area of Lang Terrace and Lombardi Road in Pearl River and asked him if he wanted a ride home. The […]

County Executive’s Corner: “Preserving Benefits”

County Executive’s Corner: “Preserving Benefits”

By County Executive Ed Day Rockland County’s employees have once again gone above and beyond in the service of those most in need. Earlier this week we announced that most recipients of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive their full February benefits early, due to the ongoing federal government shutdown. This may not […]

Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Welcomes Tara Cullen and George Kreis as New Board of Directors Members

Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Welcomes Tara Cullen and George Kreis as New Board of Directors Members

The Good Samaritan Hospital Foundation Board of Directors announced this week that Tara Cullen and George Kreis have joined the Board for the 2019 term. The Board of Directors works with the leadership team at Good Samaritan Hospital, a member of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network (WMCHealth), and community leaders to build a culture […]