NEW YORK STATE PARKS UNVEILS NEW FAMILY SHARING EMPIRE PASS CARD

NEW YORK STATE PARKS UNVEILS NEW FAMILY SHARING EMPIRE PASS CARD

The Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation (State Parks) on February 16 announced that the new State Parks Empire Pass Card is available for purchase. The Empire Pass Card, accepted at state parks and recreation areas across New York, is a wallet-sized plastic card that can be shared among family members including parents, grandparents, […]

County Executive’s Corner: Looking to the Future

County Executive’s Corner: Looking to the Future

By Rockland County Executive Ed Day Spring, that season of renewal, is almost upon us and it’s natural during this time of year to think about the future. That is what I’m doing as I complete my first term as your County Executive. I’m thinking about all that we have accomplished and all that I […]

MAKING A WORK-RELATED MOVE?

MAKING A WORK-RELATED MOVE?

Buckle your seat belts…Figuring out your allowable moving expense write-offs could be a bumpy ride! By: Phillip E. Goldstein, managing partner Goldstein Lieberman & Company Certified Public Accountants and Business Advisors Allowable moving expense write-offs are “above-the-line” deductions. That means you don’t have to itemize these costs on your tax return to benefit. But before […]

CHS NORTH STUDENTS PREPARE TO PUT STEM SKILLS TO THE TEST

CHS NORTH STUDENTS PREPARE TO PUT STEM SKILLS TO THE TEST

The 8-bit RAMs of Clarkstown High School North, aka Hudson Valley Regional (HVR)FIRST® Robotics Competition (FRC)Team #6401, have spent the last six weeks conceptualizing, designing, building, programming, and testing their robots to meet the HVR FRC’s engineering tour de force taking place from March 24 – 26 at Rockland Community College in Suffern, NY. Today […]

TIMELINES 2/23/17

TIMELINES 2/23/17

Jade Village restaurant in Chestnut Ridge to be Torn Down and Property Restored The new owner of the Jade Village restaurant and historic property it’s built on in Chestnut Ridge will demolish the building and store the land. The Chinese restaurant closed last month and had been renovated in 1997, covering much of the historic […]

Unsung Hero Sister Barbara McEneany: Dominican College’s Director of Campus Ministry

Unsung Hero Sister Barbara McEneany: Dominican College’s Director of Campus Ministry

BY BARRY WARNER  The Office of Campus Ministry is about assisting all students, faculty and staff with fostering their spiritual growth and involvement in community service programs.  The office offers Sunday Liturgies, retreats and prayer gatherings plus informal pastoral counseling, where conversations about God, faith-life needs and challenges to be faced are welcomed. Sister Barbara […]