Benefits of volunteering in the community are clear to see

Benefits of volunteering in the community are clear to see

We’re living in uncertain times at the moment. It can be easy to feel isolated and lonely, particularly if you were facing some difficulties in life prior to the latest events unfolding all around the globe. Thankfully, we have many good samaritans doing their bit for the community in this time of need. Caribe Tapas […]

Bring American Industry Back from China Now

Bring American Industry Back from China Now

By Michael Stumo There is growing congressional interest in finally confronting China over its predatory trade practices. But while talk continues in Washington over the right policy response, China keeps picking off key parts of U.S. manufacturing, including the automotive industry. A recent Senate hearing made clear just how serious the situation has become. China is now […]

Fireworks Safety Demonstration

The Rockland County Office of Fire and Emergency Services and the Rockland County Sheriff’s Office Bomb Squad will conduct a fireworks safety demonstration. In 2019, an average of 243 people went to the emergency room every day with fireworks-related injuries in the month around the July 4th holiday according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety […]

How Those Pesky Speeding Tickets Affect Your Insurance Rates

As most motorists know, dealing with the cost of running a vehicle can be a challenge. When you own a car, there are many costs you have to deal with such as filling up the tank, paying for repairs and servicing, and paying for insurance. When it comes to the latter, the cost of insuring […]

State Police arrest a Clarkstown man for Assault second

On June 23 State Police responded to Village Road in the town of Tuxedo for a hit and run. Upon arrival troopers interviewed a witness and learned that Dylan Macrino, 24, of Clarkstown was involved in a verbal altercation with another male. Macrino struck the individual with his 2018 Ford Explorer and left the scene. […]

Rockland County Enters Phase 3

Rockland County Enters Phase 3

Thermal Scanners Installed to Check Visitors Temperature COUNTY PRESS RELEASE County Executive Ed Day discussed the Mid-Hudson Region and Rockland County entering Phase 3 of the NY Forward Reopening plan on Tuesday, June 23rd. Phase 3 includes the lifting of the requirement for governments in NY to operate with a limit of 50 percent of […]